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You never know when disaster is going to strike, so it is important to ALWAYS be prepared, not just during Hurricane Season. The City of Seabrook Office of Emergency Management offers a variety of services and information to help better prepare you and your family in case of an emergency.
Be "Seabrook Ready"
guidebook and learn how to be "Seabrook Ready" for any disaster that may impact the City of Seabrook.
Sign Up for Priority Notifications
The first step in getting prepared is to sign up for the City of Seabrook Priority Notifications. The Priority Notification system is an emergency and important notification service that enables officials to disseminate messages to thousands of residents and businesses rapidly through a single telephone call, text message or email.
Sign up and learn more
Hurricane season is officially here. This is a good time for citizens to review and activate their family emergency plans. A key component of any family plan is a well-stocked emergency kit. Suggested items to be included in a family emergency kit can be found below.
Continue to monitor
NOAA's Local Weather Service
National Hurricane Center
hurricane tracking information
, and your local news media for the most current information on weather.
For current rainfall and flood information, go to the
Harris County Flood Warning System
Do you know what to do or where to go during an evacuation? Do you have to evacuate? It is important to be prepared for a mandatory evacuation and more importantly to know where and how you should evacuate. |
Emergency Supply Kit
FEMA has a website called
where you can
build a kit
make a plan
Keep enough supplies in your home to survive on your own, or shelter in place, for at least three days. If possible, keep these materials in an easily accessible, separate container or special cupboard. You should indicate to your household members that these supplies are for emergencies only. Check expiration dates of food and update your kits when you change your clock during daylight saving times. During hurricane season, keep at least half a tank of gas in your car at all times. Rethink your needs every year and update your kit as your household changes.
Emergency Management Coordinator
Charles "Jeff" Galyean, Seabrook’s full-time Emergency Management Coordinator (EMC), began working for the city in July 1993, as a police officer with the city.
As EMC, Jeff is responsible for the planning and implementation of the city’s comprehensive emergency management program, which guides the city through each of the four phases of emergency management: preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation.
Jeff works as a liaison with the fire, police, public works divisions, city staff and outside organizations to manage the distribution of resources for emergencies. Jeff can be reached at (281) 291.5700 or by
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Office of Emergency Management
1700 First Street
Seabrook, TX 77586
Ph: (281) 291.5700
Fx: (281) 291.9459
Harris County Joint Information Center
Texas Department of Emergency Management
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