Winter Weather Resources

Winter Weather Resources
Posted: Feb 2, 2022
Categories: PIO
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Sign up for Warn Central Texas to receive alerts that will advise your particular area on when and where immediate action needs to be taken to stay safe.

For the most up-to-date forecast, visit and follow the National Weather Service on Facebook and Twitter.

Following Preparing WilCo on Facebook and Twitter for the latest Williamson County Emergency Services updates.

A warming/charging station has been opened at the Sheriff's Office at 508 Rock Street in Georgetown for people without power. 

A warming center is available in Taylor at St. Paul House and Fellowship Hall Thursday, Feb. 3, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please call 512-662-3348 for information or transportation to the center.

If you are without power, contact your local power provider. A list of contacts can be found here: https://puc.texas.gov/storm.

If you experience water issues, contact your local water provider. To learn how to shut off your water, go to www.tceq.texas.gov and go to the Winter Storm Landon page. 

Follow local news media.

For the latest road conditions, visit DriveTexas.org.

If you are looking for resources such as food, health needs and more, call 2-1-1 or visit 2-1-1Texas.org.

County Judge Bill Gravell signed a local disaster declaration due to the imminent threat of widespread or severe damage, injury, or loss of life or property resulting from severe winter weather conditions. The declaration will end at 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 4. View the declaration here. Governor Greg Abbott issued a Disaster Declaration for 17 counties, including Williamson County, for the winter weather response. Read that media release here. 

Medical Preparedness:
Make sure you have at least 5 days worth of medications to ensure you do not run into an issue should you be unable to obtain a refill.

If you need assistance with your dialysis, call the Texas ESRD Emergency Coalition (TEEC) toll-free hotline at 866-407-3773 (press 2 for Spanish) for assistance.

Have a plan in place ahead of time if you use oxygen. If you run into an issue, use your concentrator as long as possible, then switch to tanks if you have them. Many times you can request tanks through your supplier if it is covered, so be sure to ask.


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