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Texas Utility Provider Outage Maps and Contact Information.

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BEFORE THE STORM

Natural and man-made disasters can happen anytime and anywhere. It is important to know which types of disasters could affect your area. It is important to make a plan in advance and to share and practice with the whole family.

Plan Ahead for Disasters
TexasReady.gov

DURING THE STORM

Stay informed on weather updates. Listen to your local radio stations as civil defence authorities will be broadcasting the most appropriate advice for your community and situation.

Severe Weather Can Happen Anytime
Ready.gov

AFTER THE STORM

Recovering from a disaster is usually a gradual process. You need to consider possible safety issues and monitor family health and well-being. If assistance is available, knowing how to access it makes the process faster and less stressful.

Recovering from Disaster
Ready.gov
After a Disaster Guide Book
TexasHelp.tamu.edu

Contact a PUCT Representative:

Call: 1-888-782-8477 or 512-936-7120
Fax: 1-512-936-7003
TTY: 1-800-735-2988
Email: consumer@puc.texas.gov

POWER LINE SAFETY

PUCT reminds citizens to never approach or touch downed power lines, as the lines could still be live. Also, report downed lines or outages to local authorities and local utility officials. Texans can find contact information to report down lines and monitor power outage maps from this PUCT Storm Resources page.

Electrical Hazards After a Disaster
CDC.gov

 

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Road Closures

DriveTexas.org is an industry leader in providing some of the most accurate and up-to-date travel-related information currently available to drivers in Texas

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Utility Contacts

View outage maps and contact info by Texas utility providers.

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Flood Safety Info

Flooding can occur anywhere, but water and electricity don't mix. Be aware, know the dangers.

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Weather Updates

Weather updates for Texas from the Electric Reliability Council of Texas.

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Texas Situation Reports

The Texas Division of Emergency Management generates daily situation reports covering weather, emergency events, and special events across the State. Check them out here!

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