Hurricane Season blows in on June 1 and if a storm strikes, Missouri City is ready to respond.
To weather a disaster, our first responders encourage you to plan and prepare before a hurricane or tornado hits so that you’ll be able to protect your family.
Take time during “Hurricane Preparedness Week—May 27 to June 2—to help your family forecast a safety plan; log on to MissouriCityReady.com. Your newly redesigned emergency management website features facts, fun and fail-safe tips and advice.
When you preview our innovative website presentation, you’ll be able to:
• Meet Judy, the City’s new Emergency Management Coordinator
• Sign up to receive emergency news alerts
• Find out about functional needs’ support services available in our area
• Tune in to Missouri City’s 1690 AM whenever you want, wherever you are and listen to weather bulletins and emergency updates, including road closures and power outages
• Read recent news and learn how to stay ahead of the storms by preparing a supply kit and a family communications plan. Also learn the difference between hurricane and tornado watches and warnings
“Protecting the public is our primary focus,” said Emergency Management Coordinator Judy Lefevers. “We redesigned the website with that priority in mind; adding interactive features and highlighting public safety information, tips and programs for residents.”