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2014 Statistics

 

Total Calls:

Total Responses:

Fire:

EMS:

Jan

178

303

60.7%

39.3%

Feb

142

229

51.4%

48.6%

Mar

190

331

63.7%

36.3%

Apr

166

283

59.0%

41.0%

May

180

291

58.3%

41.7%

Jun

160

298

57.5%

42.5%

Jul

199

331

60.8%

39.2%

Aug

162

293

56.2%

43.8%

Sep

153

286

52.3%

47.7%

Oct

161

282

55.3%

44.7%

Nov

Dec

=

1377

2359


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Hurricane Preparedness

 

The Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1 and ends November 30. During these months, Texas is more susceptible to powerful and destructive tropical storms and hurricanes.

I encourage everyone to assemble a disaster supply kit of important emergency supplies including a first aid kit, a NOAA Weather Radioor battery-operated radio, flashlight, medication, non-perishable food items, and bottled water. Be aware of where the nearest storm shelter is located, know where you and loved ones will go if an evacuation is necessary, and develop an emergency plan for communicating with family and friends. I invite you to take this time to promote awareness, preparedness, and mitigation measures to help prevent and reduce loss of life and property.

For more information about Hurricane Preparedness Week, please visit the National Hurricane Center website: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/prepare/.

Texans can learn how to prepare and assemble supply kits by visiting the Texas Prepares website: www.texasprepares.org/.

Coastal residents can find evacuation routes by visiting the TxDOT website: http://www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/division/traffic/safety/weather/hurricane.html.






Blood Pressure Checks

Fire Department personnel will take blood pressure readings.  You can stop by 7 days a week, from 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM,  just ring the doorbell to alert fire crews of your presence.  There will be times that the firefighters will be out of the station responding to emergency calls, if that is the case please check back at a later time