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Emergency Management
 Fire Chief/ Emergency Management Coordinator  Patrick Shipp
The primary responsibility of the Office of Emergency Management is the development and integration of written procedures to proactively address natural and man-made disasters, including acts of terror. This is accomplished through the evaluation and implementation of emergency management plans in compliance with state and federal regulations. In 2006, the City of Webster adopted the Harris County Multi Hazard Mitigation Plan, a multijurisdictional plan that adheres to those regulations. This plan is updated every five years, and allows for each local entity to add specific mitigations that fit within their needs. It is Webster’s goal to implement plans that allow the City to prepare for, prevent, respond to, and recover from disasters.

To contact the Webster Fire Department, please call 281.316.3730
For Emergencies Only
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Emergency Preparedness
The City of Webster has an emergency notification service, Swift 911, that enables officials to disseminate messages to thousands of residents and businesses rapidly through a single telephone call, text message, or email.

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Special Healthcare or Transportation Needs? 
        Call the State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR)
Do you or anyone you know need some assistance during times of an emergency event? The state of Texas presents the STEAR program. The STEAR program is a free registry that provides local emergency planners and emergency responders with additional information on the needs in their community.
Register before a storm is threatening by dialing 2-1-1 or visit the STEAR website to register online. Operators will register those requiring special assistance. As a storm approaches, an assessment and evacuation plan will be determined. 

Additional Information
Winter Weather

Winter Weather photo by gratisography.com
While Webster is known for its warm, sunny climate, we are not immune to cold, icy, winter weather...
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Floods. Photo by USGA

Floods are one of the most common hazards, striking single streets to entire states, often without warning...
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Active Shooter

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Webster is a Storm Ready City
To qualify as Storm Ready, a community must demonstrate advanced planning, weather monitoring systems, and communication abilities. The Storm Ready Program by the National Weather Service helps communities with communications and safety skills needed to save lives and property - before, during, and after an extreme weather or water event.
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