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Public Safety

EMERGENCY

Always dial 9-1-1  for Emergencies
Southeast Texas Poison Control Emergency Number:  (800) 764-7661

For Non-Emergency or Administrative

For public safety issues like vagrants, trespassing issues, bandit signs, code enforcement, safety concerns, or for administrative purposes please call:

Energy Corridor District (281) 759-3800
Houston Police Department (713) 884-3131
Houston Fire Department (713) 221-6000
Precinct 5 Constable’s Department (281) 492-3500
Texas Department of Public Safety (512) 424-2000

 

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

The key to successfully weathering an emergency situation is proper planning and having procedures in place before disaster strikes. The emergency preparedness resources below can assist property owners and managers during times of crisis. The following web links provide information that help to prevent injury and property loss.

 

Harris County Office of Emergency Management

Valuable information about emergency plans, chemical incidents, ozone alerts, evacuation routes, and links to weather sites.

» www.hcoem.org

 

City of Houston Emergency Management

Family disaster planning-family disaster plan and planning for persons with special needs.

» www.ci.houston.tx.us/OEM/

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Current information on terrorist threat levels, active disaster area declarations, emergency procedures, and training information.

» www.fema.gov

 

Houston TranStar

Information on real time traffic conditions, emergency information and transportation projects. Includes helpful links to Houston Airport System and Houston Office of Emergency Management.

» www.houstonTranStar.org

 

Traffic Reports and Alerts/Real Time Traffic/Road Conditions

24/7 all digital traffic information and logistics service to cities across the U.S.

» www.traffic.com

 

Harris County Flood Control District

This site provides an overview of Harris County’s drainage network, flood damage reduction tools, and flood preparedness guidelines.

» www.hcfcd.org/floodtools.html