Businesses in Pearland, Friendswood support community with Hurricane Harvey recovery

Local business and organizations provide Hurricane Harvey relief.

Local business and organizations provide Hurricane Harvey relief.

Throughout Hurricane Harvey and even after the storm blew over, local businesses and restaurants stepped up to serve first responders and members of the community. Here is a noncomprehensive list of businesses that lent a helping hand.

Catered to first responders

All Season Seafood, 8201 W. Broadway St., Pearland

Brasserie 1895, 607 S. Friendswood Drive, Ste.11, Friendswood

Cafe Taraiz, 9415 W. Broadway St., Pearland

Jimmy Changas, 3515 Business Center Drive, Pearland

Killen’s BBQ, 3613 E. Broadway St., Pearland

Rancho’s Mexican, 146 W. Parkwood Avenue, Friendswood

Super Bowl Asian Cuisine, 4310 Bailey Rd., Ste. 106, Pearland

Whiskey Cake, 18840 I-45, Friendswood

Wrap and Roll, 8209 Broadway St., Ste. 102, Pearland


Provided shelter

Killen’s Steakhouse, 6425 W. Broadway St., Pearland


Collected or gave donations

American Furniture and Mattress, 1331 E. Broadway St., Ste. C, Pearland

Grazia Italian Kitchen, 9415 W. Broadway St., Ste. 103, Pearland

Pena’s Donuts and Diner, 10555 Pearland Parkway, Houston

Vallensons’ Brewing Co., 4081 Rice Drier Road, Pearland

Zoes Kitchen, 11470 W. Broadway St., Ste. 140, Pearland


Damaged by the storm


Many businesses in Pearland also suffered damage from Hurricane Harvey. Here is a list of businesses that are undergoing repairs, according to the Pearland Chamber of Commerce

ABC 123 Pediatric Dentistry
Damage: water damage

Allied Fire Protection LP
Damage: roof leaks

Alvin Community College
Damage: roof leaks and floor damage.

Born 2 Perform
Damage: some water damage

CapRock Oil Tools Inc. 
Damage: minor roof damage

Danz Insurance
Damage: sewer and water damage

Dr. David C. Montz, DDS 
Damage: minor roof leaks

Dynamic CAFM
Damage: minor water damage

Fellowship Bible Church
Damage: minor water leaks

GB Industry Co.
Damage: water damage

Holiday Inn Express
Damage: water damage to carpet in two rooms

Damage: over 1 ft. of water

Luby’s Fuddruckers
Damage: lost all food in freezer

Lutheran South Academy
Damage: school flooded, temporarily housed at Sagemont church

Markload Systems
Damage: over 3 ft. of water

Optimum Physical Medicine
Damage: minor water damage

Peterson CPA
Damage: minor water damage

Pollo Tropical  
Damage: minor water damage

Production and Events Services
Damage: water damage

Ron Carter Clear Lake
Damage: lost several cars due to water damage

Southeast Hypnosis
Damage: some water in treatment room

Strawbridge Apartments
Damage: minor water damage in some apartments

The Center for Audiology
Damage: roof leak

The Enclave at Mary’s Creek Apartments
Damage: roof leaks

The Larkin Firm
Damage: small leak in room

The Lice Clinic of America
Damage: water damage

University of Houston – Clear Lake Pearland
Damage: some water damage
By Haley Morrison
Haley Morrison came to Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after graduating from Baylor University. She was promoted to editor in February 2019. Haley primarily covers city government.


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