Making an emergency plan for you and your family is essential to preparing for the Hurricane Season. An effective plan answers the following questions: How will I receive emergency alerts? What is my plan for sheltering? What will I do in the case of an evacuation? What is my family’s communication plan? More information about creating an hurricane … [Read more...] about Hurricane Season Is Still in Full Swing. Do You Have A Plan?
Asthma peak week starts mid-September. Common allergy triggers like ragweed pollen, mold, and dust are at the highest levels. Plan now to protect yourself from asthma attacks using these precautions. Learn more about asthma: http://www.dshs.texas.gov/asthma Natural Disasters and Asthma Natural disasters can cause asthma attacks through triggers like stress and mold … [Read more...] about Natural Disasters and Asthma
Week 1 September 1-5: Make A Plan Talk to your friends and family about how you will communicate before, during, and after a disaster. Make sure to update your plan based on the Centers for Disease Control recommendations due to the coronavirus. Week 2 September 6-12: Build A Kit Gather supplies that will last for several days after a disaster for everyone … [Read more...] about Disasters Don’t Wait. Make Your Plan Today
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Galveston County and surrounding region has been placed under a heat advisory until 7pm tomorrow evening. Please continue taking the necessary precautions to stay safe. Drink plenty of water Use sunscreen Move outdoor activities to cooler parts of the day Check on at risk neighbors … [Read more...] about Galveston County and Surrounding Region Has Been Placed Under A Heat Advisory (EXTENDED THRU 8/15, 7PM)