When local emergencies happen, Corpus Christi and Nueces County’s new ReverseAlert system notifies you by phone, text, or email about imminent danger. Reverse alerts are automatically sent to residents in areas affected and include information about storms, fires, flash floods, industrial accidents, roadway closures, evacuations, crime bulletins, and other incidents that threaten public safety. Sign up now at reversealert.org. When local emergencies happen, you’ll want to know.
Volunteers for our Community Survey. Volunteers went into several neighborhoods and talked with neighbors and provided emergency preparedness information to the neighbors. Great partnership to help the community!
LEPC goes out and educates at schools, community meetings and other venues as requested. The LEPC conducts tabletop drills, full scale drills and provides training for first responders and community members. To schedule a presentation, call LEPC at 826 3960.
The LEPC and their community partners have distributed safety kits throughout the community. These kits contain the following items: a large towel, water, masking tape, duct tape, radio, flashlight, and a bucket.
ALL TONE ALERT RADIOS THAT WERE FURNISHED BY THE LEPC WILL NO LONGER BE ACTIVE. ALL SCHOOLS SHOULD USE THE NOAA ALERT RADIOS PROVIDED BY NOAA OR LEPC. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL Joanne Salge AT 361-826-3960. ALL RADIOS SHOULD BE PROGRAMMED TO NUECES COUNTY, SAN PATRICIO COUNTY AND KLEBERG COUNTY IF YOU ARE LOCATED IN THE NUECES COUNTY AREA. WE SUGGEST ALL THREE (3) COUNTIES SO WE KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON AROUND US.
If you need to reach LEPC, call 361-826-3960 and by fax at 361-826-4417. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also contact us at our e-mail address: JoanneS@cctexas.com.
If you are not familiar with the LEPC and your first contact with us is online, we would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.