Emergency Preparedness

  1. David Alamia

    Emergency Management Coordinator
    Phone: 281-422-1129

  2. Thomas Quinn

    Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator
    Phone: 281-422-1168

Make a Plan

Disasters are a matter of when, not if. Make sure you and your family are prepared by making a plan today. 

1. Discuss the following questions with your family, friends, or household:

2. Consider specific needs in your household

  • Different ages of members within your household
  • Responsibilities for assisting others
  • Locations frequented
  • Dietary needs
  • Medical needs including prescriptions and equipment
  • Disabilities or access and functional needs including devices and equipment
  • Languages spoken
  • Cultural and religious considerations
  • Pets or service animals
  • Households with school-aged children

3. Create a Family Emergency Communication Plan

You may not be together when disaster strikes, so it’s important to know how you’ll reconnect if separated. Use this form to create a Family Emergency Communication Plan.

4. Practice your plan with your family/household

5. Review and update your plan every year.