Learn about when, where and how to call 9-1-1.
Demand on the electric grid is expected to increase this weekend as temperatures rise. If you're able, please do your part to conserve energy and avoid rolling blackouts. We are all in this together. https://t.co/1rRmggsVB3
What if you had an emergency and couldn't talk? You can text to 9-1-1 throughout Harris and Fort Bend Counties and some surrounding areas. @HCSOTexas @FBCSO @MoPD_Houston @HelpingKidsHear #summersafety #WednesdayWisdom #911text #911saveslives #SafetyFirst
There is a gas leak near the intersection of FM 1093 and Peek Rd. Centerpoint is working on it and has identified specifically where it is. They have given us an approx. 5 hour window of getting it fixed. We will be conducting traffic control in the area.
Phone systems requiring an additional number such as ‘9’ for an outside line to reach 9-1-1 services are not in compliance with Kari’s Law. The deadline for Kari's Law compliance is September 1, 2018. For more info: https://t.co/KLmGfWIn9n” https://t.co/gJWDJQNn4z #safety
Do you know someone who is deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired? Let them know that text to 9-1-1 is available in the Houston metropolitan area. In an emergency, Call if you can, text if you can't. #911saveslives #summersafety #911tip #textto911 #wednesdaythoughts
The #DogDaysofSummer are upon us & heat index readings are in the triple digits! Please don't leave your kids or pets in a hot car for any amount of time. Share this "Look Before You Lock PSA" https://t.co/abJjZfiKKn
Recently, we've seen an uptick in phone scams in Harris County. We want to ensure you or a loved one does not fall victim to this scam — below is a helpful guide to how these scams potentially unfold.
Reminder: the HCSO will NEVER call you soliciting for payment.