Important Update on Tropical Storm Beryl 

Dear Neighbors,

As we brace for Tropical Storm Beryl, it’s essential that we come together and prepare for the weather ahead. While Beryl is expected to make landfall between Corpus Christi and Matagorda Bay, Houston will still experience its effects. Let’s take this time to ensure our families and homes are ready for the high winds and heavy rain forecasted, especially on Monday. Your safety is our top priority, and we are here to support you through this storm.

Current Forecast:

  • Landfall: Between Corpus Christi and Matagorda Bay, Sunday into Monday.
  • Impact on Houston: High winds and significant rainfall, especially on Monday.

What You Need to Know:

  • Unpredictable Path: The storm’s trajectory may change, but heavy rain is expected in Houston regardless.
  • Prepare Now:
  • Make an emergency plan.
  • Gather supplies.
  • Prepare your home, vehicle, family, and pets.

During the Storm:

  • Stay informed about the latest updates.
  • Follow authorities’ advice on evacuation or staying home.
  • Seek protection from high winds and possible flooding.

After the Storm:

  • Avoid floodwater and damaged areas.
  • Use caution with electrical devices.
  • Stay clear of power lines.
  • Ensure your food and water are safe to consume.

Stay Connected:

  • Sign up for AlertHouston:
  • Monitor Local Updates: Check Houston TranStar for weather and road conditions.
  • Report Issues: Call 311 for clogged drains and flooding.
  • Prepare for Assistance: If water or food distribution is needed, updates will be shared via our newsletter and social media.

Be Ready and Stay Safe:

  • Clear drains, ditches, and gutters.
  • Secure trash and recycling bins.
  • Check on vulnerable neighbors.
  • Create a family plan at

For help, contact us at [email protected].

Tropical Storm Beryl is expected to impact Houston starting Sunday night with gusty winds and rain, possibly strengthening to a Category 1 hurricane by early Monday. Stay safe and prepared!

In service,