Georgetown Texas Government

Emergency Management

The City of Georgetown’s Office of Emergency Management provides information and resources for a better prepared community.

In addition to city and county resources, this web page provides links and information for resources including the Emergency Notification System (ENS),  the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the National Terrorism Advisory System Bulletin, and other helpful sites in preparation of or recovery from disasters.

Texas is prone to many natural hazards that threaten the state and our region, such as wildfires, tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, and hazardous chemical incidents. It is everyone’s responsibility to be prepared for emergencies, particularly for natural disasters.

turn_around_clipartjpgDuring severe weather, roads may become dangerous before the information is posted on this page. Always use caution when traveling in severe weather. When you come to a flooded road, do not attempt to cross it.

Seasonal Safety and Awareness Programs

SKYWARNTM Spotter Training
Skywarn Severe Weather Training The Austin-San Antonio National Weather Service (NWS) Office provides severe weather training throughout the year. After training is complete, you will be an official weather spotter for NWS.

Are you prepared? Esta preparado?
Learn how to prepare yourself and your community as it could save your life. Visit: texasready.gov.

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