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Texas Emergency Resources & Information


When disaster strikes, it is critical that Texans have access to real-time emergency information and resources. Texans understand the seriousness of tornadoes, floods, wildfires, and hurricanes. Below is a list of emergency information and resources for Texans affected by natural disasters.

Current Situation: 
-Texas Weather Alerts –  Alerts currently in effect for Texas counties.

State Resources:
-Emergency Operation Center Contact Information for all Texas counties.
-The Texas Water Dashboard – A live look at water levels and conditions throughout Texas.
-Texas Dept. of Public SafetyDivision of Emergency Management (TDEM) – Latest information on flooding and response by State resources.
-Texas Dept. of Public Safety  – - An interactive map that shows where roads are closed, damaged, and under construction.
-Recovery ProgramsPublic Assistance, Individual Assistance, and Assistance for Agricultural Loss.
-Animal shelters across the state are overwhelmed with displaced animals. If you find a lost pet, please contact your local shelter for information on returning the pet to its owner.

Federal Resources:
-The Texas Division of Emergency Management will continue to conduct Preliminary Damage Assessments across the state to determine the need for a Major Disaster Declaration.


Central TX

(512) 916-5834
300 E 8th
Suite 961
Austin, TX 78701


North TX

(214) 599-8749
Lee Park Tower II
3626 N. Hall St.
Suite 410
Dallas, TX 75219

Southeast TX

(713) 718-3057
The Mickey Leland Federal Building
1919 Smith Street
Suite 9047
Houston, TX 77002


South/Cen. TX

(210) 340-2885
9901 IH-10W
Suite 950
San Antonio, TX 78230

East TX

(903) 593-5130
305 S. Broadway
Suite 501
Tyler, TX 75702

South TX

(956) 686-7339
200 S. 10th St
Suite 1603
McAllen, TX 78501

West TX


Washington, D.C.

(202) 224-5922
127A Russell
Washington, DC 20510

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