City of Hardin * PO Box 324 | 142 County Road 2010 * Hardin, Texas 77561 936.298.2117 * 936.298.3732
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In Case of a Hurricane
When To Evacuate:
Local officials will notify citizens of an evacuation. During a "hurricane watch", listen for weather updates, warning messages, and evacuation information on radio or television. Tune to KLVI, 560 AM or KSHN, 99.9 FM. For 24-hour weather broadcasts from the National Weather Service, tune to NOAA Weather Radio on the high-band FM frequency 162.475 MHz that broadcasts from Beaumont.
How To Prepare For Evacuation:
Where To Evacuate:
Inland. Use evacuation routes. Relocate to friends or family at an inland location. Make hotel/motel reservations prior to departure to ensure a room. Public shelter.
RESERVE YOUR RIDE TO SAFETY IN ADVANCE - CALL 2-1-1
If you live in a hurricane evacuation zone and you will need assistance to get out before the storm, dial 2-1-1 to register IN ADVANCE for a ride.
SAVE YOUR LIFE. DIAL 2-1-1 TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR A RIDE WHEN HURRICANES ARE ON THE WAY.
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS:
Liberty County Emergency Management (936) 336-4558
Fallen Trees (Blocking Roadways):
Liberty County Pct 2 Barn (936) 298-2790
Sewer Main or Lift/Grinder Stations
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (936) 298-2117
After Hours & Weekends
Mr. Herron (936) 334-6994
Mr. Burrell (936) 641-8398
EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN
CITY OF HARDIN
The City of Hardin relies primarily on Liberty County Emergency Management for disasters like flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes, wild fires, hazardous material incidents and terrorism. However, Hardin does have an operations plan in place to assist citizens during such incidences. Below is a list of emergency contact telephone numbers, a brief outline of City of Hardin Emergency Operations Plan 2013, and tips of what to do in case of an emergency.