Emergency Resources

It’s hurricane season 🌊🌀 … Time to get prepared!

Use the following links to learn how to stay safe or get help if you need it.

Helpful Resources

Local Emergency Offices

Location Phone  Alerts Sign-up
Harris County 713.881.3100 http://www.readyharris.org/Sign-Up

Seabrook

281.291.5700

Webster

281.316.3712

Taylor Lake Village

281.326.2843 https://112211875.bbcportal.com/

El Lago

281.326.2658

Pasadena

713.475.4996 https://local.nixle.com/register/

Nassau Bay

281.336.6298
Galveston County 888.384.2000 https://galvestoncountytx.bbcportal.com/

La Marque

409.938.9260

Kemah

281.334.1611

League City

281.554.1300 https://cityofleaguecity.bbcportal.com/

Friendswood

281.996.3332 https://alertregistration.com/friendswoodtx/

Dickinson

281.337.4700

Santa Fe

409.925.3092

Texas City

409.643.5840

Opportunities to Contribute to Recovery

  • Red Cross Disaster Recovery Volunteers
    • Volunteers make it possible for the Red Cross to respond to nearly 64,000 disasters every year
  • Alpha Search and Recovery
    • Alpha Search and Recovery team members are all volunteers, who dedicate their own time and resources to locating missing persons.
  • Greater Houston Storm Recovery Network
    • The Greater Houston Storm Recovery Network is a collaborative of over 30 non-profit, faith-based, local, state, and national organizations working together to assist those affected by disasters.
  • Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs)
    • CERT educates individuals about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.
    • Galveston County CERT
    • Harris County CERT
  • Ready Corps
    • Ready Corps teaches individuals and families how to best prepare for disaster. During training sessions, corps members teach people how to better prepare themselves and their families for disasters, and ensure participants know what hazards and emergency alerts systems are available in their communities.
  • Volunteer Houston Disaster Response
    • Register as a Spontaneous Unaffiliated Volunteer (SUV) to help support relief efforts, as needed where needed.