Emergency phone numbers, shelters, websites etc. - all in one place

Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast Saturday night as a Category 4 storm. Harvey has since weakened to a Tropical Storm and rain is expected to continue for days.

Although Texas coastal communities face the greatest threat from hurricane events, inland communities can also be impacted. Stay weather aware, and learn how to protect yourself and your family before, during, and after a hurricane.

HELPFUL PHONE NUMBERS

  • United States Coast Guard for those in danger and need rescued
    • 281-464-4851
    • 281-464-4852
    • 281-464-4853
    • 281-464-4854
    • 281-464-4855
  • FEMA Disaster Assistance: 1-800-621-3362
  • Red Cross Hotline: 1-800-733-2767
  • Evacuation Information: 2-1-1
  • Roadside Assistance: 1-800-525-555
  • TxDOT Statewide Road Closures: 1-800-452-9292
  • Relay Service: 7-1-1
  • Bastrop County hurricane damage hotline: 512-303-4300

OPEN SHELTER INFORMATION

STATE SHELTER RECEPTION CENTERS

  • San Antonio Shelter Hub

201 Gembler St.
San Antonio, TX 78219

  • Mesquite Reception Center (Dallas)

15515 Interstate Highway 20
Mesquite, TX 75181

SAN ANTONIO/ BEXAR COUNTY

  • 1734 Centennial Blvd
    San Antonio, TX 78211

BRUNI/ WEBB COUNTY

  • Bruni High School

619 F. Ave
Bruni, TX 78344

AUSTIN/TRAVIS COUNTY

  • Delco Center

4601 Pecan Brook Dr
Austin, TX 78724

BASTROP COUNTY

  • Sacred Heart Church

302 W 11th St
Elgin, TX 78621

  • Smithville Recreation Center

106 Gazley Street
Smithville, TX 78957

CALDWELL COUNTY

  • Luling Civic Center

333 E. Austin St.
Luling, Texas 78648

Time to evacuate? Don’t forget to plan for all of your family members, including children, seniors, those with functional and access needs, and your pets!

Read City of Austin Hurricane Harvey FAQ

Read Everything you need for your emergency kit

Read Prepare your pets for emergencies

Look at the evacuation maps for your area ahead of time.

Visit the Texas Department of Public Safety evacuation Q&A page for more information.

For a list of available Texas Hotels and Lodging, click here.

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