The City of Round Rock'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), and other helpful sites in preparation of or recovery from disasters.
For more information concerning city emergency management questions contact the Emergency Management Coordinator, Dorothy L. Miller or the Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator, Michael Clanton.
If there is a weather alert, click on the Public Alert (more info) link that will appear on the top left corner of this page or any other page on this web site for the latest updates from the National Weather Service (NWS).
Seasonal Safety and Awareness Programs
HOLIDAY SEASON AND COLD WEATHER SAFETY:
Winter weather is here! Please remember to protect the 3P's at home: PEOPLE, PETS and PLANTS
Take the time now to make your home ready for winter by following these tips from the Texas Division of Emergency Management:Winter Weather Awareness.
There's nothing quite as cozy as a warm, crackling fire in the fireplace. But, you need to take a few simple safety precautions so the fire doesn't turn deadly.
More than 6,000 people each year go to the emergency room for injuries associated with fireplaces and equipment...and most of those injuries occur with children under five years old...read more.
Turn around. Don't Drown
According to the National Weather Service, Floods are the #1 natural disaster in the United States and have caused nearly $24 billion in U. S. flood losses over the past 10 years.
During 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-Turn Around Don't Drown!
Since the City of Round Rock is a participating community in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), anyone in the community is eligible to purchase flood insurance. For more information visit http://www.floodsmart.gov or contact the FEMA Region VI office at (940) 898-5127.