Houston area grocery and retail stores are working hard to reopen after Hurricane Harvey.
Below are links to store closures and openings for these retailers.

Academy Sports & Outdoors: At peak, they have had as many as 32 stores and their corporate office closed. They are opening stores as soon as it’s safe in the impacted communities to serve customers as they begin to recover from Hurricane Harvey, and in many cases, they have open our doors for a short time just to fulfill first responder’s needs across the affected communities. You can go to Academy.com and click on “Find a Store” at the top for info. on what stores are opened or closed near you.

Brookshire Brothers Food & Pharmacy: Stores in the following cities are open: Cleveland, Liberty, Katy, New Caney, Livingston, Coldspring, Onalaska, Huntsville, Magnolia, Montgomery, Hempstead, Dayton, Sour Lake, Vidor, Silsbee, Kountz, Brenham, Ganado, and Hallettsville.

Foodarama: Each of the Foodarama locations are open. They were expecting deliveries on Wednesday, August 30, 2017. Due to looting and vandalism, they are not keeping regular hours at this time. Most stores will close by 6 pm, probably for the next week or so.

FoodTown: Plans to be open 8 – 5 starting Monday, August 28, 2017. Note: This depends on issues in the location of each store & the number of employees that are able to reach the store.

HEB

Home Depot

Kroger

Lowe’s

Petco: All stores are open, while some are open and have limited hours. The Aldine and Lake Jackson stores are closed (Updated 9/1/2017).

Randall’s: Planning to open as many stores as able to Monday by 9AM. Stores they open will have product and employees to service customers.

Target

Walgreen’s: As of Monday morning, Walgreen’s had 171 stores closed, approximately 25 without power (Updated 8/28/2017).

Walmart