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Level IV: An incident has occurred and the situation is not under control. Actions by more than first responders or facility personnel are necessary. An incident involving a severe hazard or a large area which poses an extreme threat to life and property and will probably require an evacuation; or an incident requiring the expertise and resources of the IMAS, neighboring cities, county, state, federal, or private agencies/organizations.
When you hear the emergency sirens
Go indoors; close all windows and doors; turn off the air conditioning. If you have signed up your phone(s) for emergency updates, you will receive notifications as information becomes available.
Know the siren signals
High - low - high - low - high - low - high - low - high - low: Go indoors
Single frequency continuous tone: All clear
Regular Siren Tests
In order to ensure sirens are operational, City siren tests are performed every Wednesday at noon. Marathon siren tests take place at 11:15am and 11:45am every Wednesday.
City Hall - City of Texas City
1801 9th Avenue North
Texas City, Texas 77592
Map to City Hall
Hours Monday - Friday
M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm
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