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Hurricane Harvey Safety Tips and Resources

Hurricane Harvey Safety Tips and Resources

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Hurricane Harvey has already inflicted catastrophic damage on the Houston area. The storm is heading back out to the Gulf of Mexico and is projected to make landfall again in the coming days. With this disastrous storm’s return looming, it’s important to be prepared. Be sure to check FEMA’s key safety tips. They have an app that you can download for your phone, as well. There are also a variety of other sources such as the Texas Department of Public SafetyNational Hurricane CenterSave the ChildrenReady.gov and American Red Cross to aid you in finding shelter, food and water, emergency supply kits, and helping your children to cope with the impact of the storm. Stay updated with the NOAA Weather Radio All Hazards to follow the trajectory of Hurricane Harvey.

To find shelters near you text SHELTER and a zip code to 43362 (4FEMA). For example, SHELTER 12345. You can also find a list of shelters from the following resources:

Register yourself as being safe and well or find missing loved ones:

The Texas Department of Public Safety Hurricane Harvey Resources:

Ready.gov's Hurricane Resources:

If you'd like to help you can donate here:

As local communities continue to update Covid-19 regulations, local destinations for outdoor recreation may be closed. Please visit official websites for the latest information.