H-E-B releases list of stores closed due to Hurricane Harvey

Customers rush to buy supplies ahead of Hurricane Harvey at a Corpus Christi H-E-B store. (Photo: CBS Austin)

As Hurricane Harvey approaches the Texas Gulf Coast, residents are cleaning our grocery stores, stocking up on basic supplies like food and water.

Texas-based H-E-B has released a list of stores closed due to Hurricane Harvey.

So far, no stores in the San Antonio, Austin, or Border areas are closed.

Along the Gulf Coast, however, H-E-B has closed stores in the following cities:

  • Aransas Pass
  • Edna
  • Ingleside
  • Mathis
  • Port Lavaca
  • Portland
  • Rockport
  • Sinton

In Houston, the following stores have had curbside service suspended due to Harvey:

  • Aliana Market
  • Beaumont H?E?B plus!
  • Bunker Hill
  • Champion Forest Market
  • Conroe Market
  • Cypress?Fairfield Market
  • Grand Parkway H-E-B plus!
  • Kingwood
  • League City
  • Montrose Market
  • Pearland H-E-B plus!
  • Sienna Market
  • Sugar Land Market
  • Market at Tuckerton
  • Vintage Park Market
  • WWoodlands Market
  • North Woodlands Market
  • Woodlands Creekside Park

In the Gulf Coast area, curbside service has been suspended at the following stores:

  • Staples & Saratoga H-E-B plus!
  • Victoria H-E-B plus!

Check this link for more possible Harvey-related closures. You can track Harvey's progress here.

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