Cmr. George P. Bush to all Texans: Hurricane Season 2019 starts Saturday

Time is running out to #BePrepared and #StayPrepared

Contact: Brittany Eck Director of Communications, Community
(512) 463-5708
Brittany.Eck@GLO.Texas.gov
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PRESS RELEASE — May 30, 2019

AUSTIN — Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is encouraging all Texans to prepare for the 2019 Hurricane Season, which begins Saturday, June 1 and runs through November 30, 2019.

“Every Texan should prepare for hurricane and storm season,” said Commissioner Bush. “As we all know in Texas, it’s not a matter of if, but when the next storm will hit. It is not just Coastal Texans at risk as flooding happens in almost all parts of Texas. Know your risk, protect your home, plan your supplies and evacuation route now. During an emergency, there’s no time to waste. Do your part to keep yourself, your family, pets, and your property protected.”

The GLO encourages all Texans to prepare for Hurricane Season 2019 by doing the following:

Know Your Risk - Sign up for your community's emergency warning system. The Emergency Alert System (EAS) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio also provide emergency alerts.

“If you survived Hurricane Harvey without any damage, count yourself as lucky,” Bush continued. “The next storm could be entirely different, and that’s why it’s so important to be prepared, and stay prepared.”

As a part of preparation, Commissioner Bush and his Texas General Land Office team are working with communities across the Texas coast and inland as well to make sure they are prepared to help residents should a storm arise. Texas communities are at risk of tornadoes, floods and damaging winds.

For more disaster preparedness tips, Texans can follow the GLO on social media (TwitterInstagramMediumFacebook, and YouTube), watch video preparedness tips, and find resources for family and pets at recovery.texas.gov/preparedness.



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