Updated July 8, 4:35 p.m.

As recovery efforts continue across the Greater Houston area following Hurricane Beryl's passage through the region July 8, some school districts, colleges and counties have announced they've extended closures through July 9.

The gist

The following school districts will be closed July 9:College systems closed July 9 include:Meanwhile, several counties have announced closures as well, including:This list has been updated at 4:35 p.m. July 8 and is not comprehensive. Check websites and social media accounts for additional closures.

Updated July 7, 6:08 p.m.

Several public transportation services in the Greater Houston area announced changes to service as Hurricane Beryl approaches the region on July 7.

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County announced in a bulletin at 5:05 p.m. July 7 it would make several service adjustments to service through July 8.
  • The last trips for MetroRail's northbound Red line from Fannin South, the Green/Purple lines, and local bus and METRORapid services will begin at 10 p.m. July 7. The last southbound trip from the Northline begins at 11 p.m. July 7.
  • METRO will monitor routes overnight to make sure patrons are not stranded, according to the bulletin.
  • On July 8, local bus, METRORapid, METRORail and METROLift services will be suspended until 8 a.m., and all Park & Ride services will be suspended July 8.
  • METRO HOV/HOT lanes will be closed, and RideStores will be closed July 8.
The Woodlands Express bus service will also be suspended July 8, according to a post on The Woodlands Township's website.

Updated July 7, 5:39 p.m.

Several additional closures have been announced in the North Houston area including:Lake Conroe was also closed by the San Jacinto River Authority until further notice due to deteriorating weather conditions at 2 p.m. July 7.

Posted July 7, 2:43 p.m.

With Hurricane Beryl expected to make landfall in Texas in the early morning of July 8, a number of school districts, college systems and counties have announced closures.

What you need to know

According to district websites and social media pages, many Greater Houston-area school districts have announced closures of campuses, offices and facilities to start the week. That may include the cancellation of summer school classes, summer camps and staff trainings.

The following districts will be closed July 8-9:In addition, these districts will be closed July 8:The following college systems will be closed July 8 as well:What else?

In addition to educational institutions, counties have announced closures as well, including:This list is not comprehensive. Check websites and social media accounts for additional closures.

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