|Specific emergencies||Hurricane Alex 2010, 2011 Texas Wildfires, 2012 Hurricane Isaac, 2017 Hurricane Harvey]|
|Resource type||Preparing for an emergency, Getting help after an emergency, Recovery, News|
|Types of emergencies handled||Severe weather; Flooding and tsunami|
Texas Shelter Information
During Any Storm
- Shelter information
- Please call 2-1-1 for information about open shelters in the area.
- If you are calling from outside of Texas, or have technical difficulties when dialing 2-1-1 from your cell/mobile, voice-over-IP, or office location phone, dial the toll free alternate access number at 1-877-541-7905.
- Nacogdoches, Lufkin, Tyler, Huntsville, Bryan-College Station, Waco, Austin, the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, San Antonio, Wichita Falls, San Angelo, Abilene, Lubbock, Amarillo, Midland-Odessa, Laredo, and El Paso are shelter hubs. Governments agencies, media and their websites announce information about their check-in/reception centers and shelters.
- Red Cross National Shelter System [http://www.redcross.org/get-help/disaster-relief-and-recovery-services/find-an-open-shelter
- PetFriendlyTravel.com - National List of Pet Friendly Shelters and State Emergency Management links for all 50 states
- Texas - Local newspapers & websites, by city
- Hurricane Evacuation Information and Evacuation Route Maps
- various Texas maps
- For those self-evacuating see also: Lodging and Campgrounds and RV Parks
Facts about "Shelters: Texas"
|Area covered||Texas +|
|Emergency||Hurricane Alex 2010 +, 2011 Texas Wildfires +, 2012 Hurricane Isaac + and 2017 Hurricane Harvey +|
|Emergency type||Severe weather + and Flooding and tsunami +|
|Resource sub-type||Shelters/Lodging/Relocation/Evacuation +|
|Resource type||Preparing for an emergency +, Getting help after an emergency +, Recovery + and News +|
|URLThis property is a special property in this wiki.||http://crisiswiki.referata.com/wiki/Shelters:_Texas +|