With triple digit heat here already, it is important to know how to keep safe this summer. Heat is one of the leading weather-related killers in the U.S.
Know the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion-stay hydrated and watch those around you who may be children, elderly, mobility impaired or a family pet.
Remember these tips:
- NEVER leave your child in a hot car
- If you have elderly family or neighbors, check on them to help keep them safe
- Do not leave your pets in the car or outside for long periods of time and make sure they have water
The Round Rock Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) is committed to serving the community before, during and after a major emergency or disaster through effective coordination of city departments, partnering agencies and organizations and encouraging community preparedness.
In addition to city and county resources, this web page provides links and information for resources including the Emergency Notification System Registration (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 efforts, contact the Emergency Management Coordinator, Dorothy L. Miller, or the Assistant Emergency Management Coordinator, Josh Hollingsworth.