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.
-Texas Weather Alerts – Alerts currently in effect for Texas counties.
-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 Safety – Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) – Latest information on flooding and response by State resources.
-Texas Dept. of Public Safety – DriveTexas.org - An interactive map that shows where roads are closed, damaged, and under construction.
-Recovery Programs – Public 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.
-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.