Month: August 2020

Hurricane Laura Update

Laura has been upgraded to a Hurricane; however, experts project that the greater Houston area is not in its direct path.  For additional information, see the resources below: Harris County Flood Warning System National Weather Service Houston Harris County Office of Emergency Management Houston Road Conditions Stay alert. Stay tuned to trusted sources of information …

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Preparedness and Youth

Is it ever too early to teach kids about emergency preparedness? See the information below. Preparing for emergencies: It’s never too early to start teaching kids. Learn more.

Hurricane Preparedness

We are approaching the peak of Hurricane Season. Now is the time to make sure you and your family are prepared. Make a Plan Review your family’s emergency plan, including what you will do if you stay or if you evacuate. Remember to take into account that social distancing is still needed for COVID-19. If …

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To Spay or Not to Spay

To Spay or Not to Spay

When Hurricane Katrina resulted in massive flooding, many people refused to evacuate without their pets. Thankfully, policies and planning have changed and many facilities accept pets. But, what about stray animals? Can we reduce the number of animals without owners? Do you know 20,000 people who want a cat? Well, neither do I. This month …

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