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Posted on: September 12, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Resources and Emergency Contact Information

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The mission of the City of League City’s Office of Emergency Management is to promote emergency preparedness and resiliency for city staff, residents, businesses, and community organizations through a comprehensive program that strives to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from any emergency that may impact League City. For available resources, see below and visit https://www.leaguecity.com/3991/Emergency-Management

Emergency Contact Information

911 should only be called during a medical emergency, fire or life threatening situation. DO NOT call 911 to report flooded roads, drainage problems, or power outages. Please contact the numbers below.

Water Rescue

  • Fire Department 281-554-1465

Report Flooded Roads

  • Traffic and Transportation Department 281-554-1199

Drainage Problems

  • Streets and Storm Water Department 281-554-1086

Power Outages

  • Texas New Mexico Power 888-866-7456

Emergency Notifications

During emergency situations—such as tropical storms, hurricanes, and other severe weather events— League City’s Office of Emergency Management works with the City’s Communications Department to provide residents with information posted to the City’s website and social media channels. During an emergency, staff will provide the most up-to-date information on the City’s Facebook and Twitter accounts every few hours. If you are not following these social media sites, we encourage you to do so. 

When an emergency arises that requires immediate action from League City residents—such as an evacuation, boil water notice, or shelter-in-place order—the City will issue a SwiftReach notification via text or automated call. In order to receive an emergency notification, you must sign up and provide your information at the SwiftReach registration webpage. SwiftReach alerts are only used during emergency situations that require immediate resident action.

Other Available Resources

See below to find resources to help you prepare before extreme weather events, as well as resources to help you recover from disasters or other emergencies.


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