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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

   

BURN BAN STATUS 

 

    • BURN BAN-  Effective April 25, 2022- Click HERE to view EXTENSION OF ORDER PROHIBITING OUTDOOR BURNING
    • AMENDMENT TO BURN BAN PASSED ON MARCH 28, 2022-  Effective April 6, 2022- Click HERE to view ORDER PROHIBITING OUTDOOR BURNING
    • BURN BAN-  Effective March 28, 2022- Click HERE to view ORDER PROHIBITING OUTDOOR BURNING
    • BURN BAN-  Effective March 16, 2022- Click HERE to view DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER DUE TO WILDFIRES
    • BURN BAN-  Effective January 26, 2022- Click HERE to view DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER DUE TO WILDFIRES 
    • BURN BAN-  Effective January 19, 2022- Click HERE to view DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER DUE TO WILDFIRES 
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    • BORDER CRISIS-Effective Tuesday July 6, 2021: Click HERE to view DECLARATION OF LOCAL STATE OF DISASTER
    • WEATHER-Effective February 11, 2021: click HERE to view DECLARATION OF LOCAL DISASTER FOR PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY EMERGENCY

    Severe Winter Weather Event Recovery 

    On February 12, 2021 Governor Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in all 254 counties based on the threat of severe winter weather which posed an imminent threat of widespread and severe property damage, injury, and loss of life due to prolonged freezing temperatures, heavy snow, and freezing rain statewide.

    On February 14, 2021 Governor Abbott announced the White House had issued a Federal Emergency Declaration for Texas in response to the severe winter weather throughout the state. This Federal Emergency Declaration authorized the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to provide emergency protective measures for mass care and sheltering and Direct Federal Assistance for all 254 counties in Texas.

    To meet the Individual Assistance threshold, home and business owners of McCulloch County are urged to complete the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) “Self-Reporting Damage Survey” to help the state identify damages across Texas and help emergency management officials gain an understanding of  damages to their homes from the storm. Those living in an undesignated county can utilize the survey to assist the State in quantifying damages to their community. The voluntary survey, available in both English and Spanish, can be accessed by clicking www.TDEM.texas.gov/warm or scan the barcode below:

    Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) are encouraging Texans to complete the Self Reporting Damage Survey to help the state identify damages across Texas.

    Reporting damages to the Texas Division of Emergency Management is a voluntary activity, is not a substitute for reporting damage to an insurance agency, and does not guarantee disaster relief assistance. Even if you have insurance you are still encouraged to fill this survey out. If you are unable to report these damages due to not having internet abilities, please contact the County Judges office at 325-597-0733 ext. 4 to assist you. 

    Thursday February 25,2021

    For Agricultural producers in McCulloch County our Extension Agent Cameron Anderson has provided the information listed below for assistance on all Livestock Losses from the recent winter storm please follow these links:

    Texas Division of Emergency Management site at http://tdem.texas.gov

    Texas Individual Assistance Reporting Tool (TIART) at https://damage.tdem.texas.gov/

    For more information you may contact Cameron Anderson at the Extension Office at: 

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