HOUSTON – Schools aren’t the only facilities that have closed due to the winter weather across the Houston area.
KPRC 2 is following closures in major business venues, airports and local governments, among others.
Here is a list updated as KPRC 2 receives information.
Due to the aftermath of the Texas winter storm, the Houston Zoo will remain closed through Feb. 21 with plans to reopen on Feb. 22.
Zoo officials said guests who have purchased tickets for these days can reschedule for another day of their choosing. Ticket holders should check their email for details.
The safety of Zoo staff said the animals are healthy and doing well and have a care team dedicated to ensuring they are comfortable and safe during the colder weather.
George Bush International/ Hobby airports
As the winter weather continues, many of our stores have updated hours today, 2/15, and will be opening later than usual. Please check https://t.co/AYVBihH5KB for the most updated information.— H-E-B (@HEB) February 15, 2021
City of Sugar Land
The City will be closed for normal business on Tues. due to weather. Essential city services such as police and fire will continue. For emergencies, call 911. With the anticipated inclement weather, the following changes have been made to the solid waste schedule:— City of Sugar Land (@SugarLandtxgov) February 15, 2021
The Houston Galleria closed its doors Monday due to the winter storm and reopened at 1 p.m. Wednesday. The mall is asking customers to call ahead to make sure the store they would like to visit are open.
Walmart has dozens of locations closed across the Houston area.