Homeland Preparedness Project

Homeland Preparedness Project

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Get involved today and help make your community a safer place to live. Join us today to learn life saving skills.

HPP works with communities to develop citizen volunteers to assist with emergency management and response activities during emergencies.

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Please report damages to help Emergency Management focus their recovery efforts.

If you sustain property damage as a result of — submit an online damage report to TDEM.

Report Damage: damage.tdem.texas.gov

This info helps officials connect impacted Texans with resources & services.

Photos from Brazoria County's post 07/09/2024

If you need help with disaster recovery sign up today!

Photos from U.S. National Weather Service (NWS)'s post 07/09/2024

If you sustained property damage as a result of — submit an online damage report to:
This info helps connect Angleton residents with resources & services and also enables the City of Angleton to determine the extent of the damage to the community. Thank you.

CALL TO ACTION 07/09/2024

We need help starting tomorrow in Angleton. We will be staffing an oxygen concentration station. Sign up to help!

CALL TO ACTION Tuesday, July 9, in Angleton   DEPLOYMENT CALL TO ACTION The City of Angleton and SETRAC have requested the help of our Team Members to staff an Oxygen Concentrator Station at the Angleton Recreation


Centerpoint and TNMP crews are already out working to restore power. Stay safe, and stay away from downed power lines.

Texas-New Mexico Power (TNMP) is currently reporting over 43,000 customers in Brazoria County are affected by their power outages.

CenterPoint Energy is reporting over 2 million of their Houston area customers are without power.

Here is the information you need to report hazardous conditions, such as down power lines resulting from today’s severe weather.

CenterPoint Energy: Call 713-207-2222 (Hazardous conditions ONLY) or visit https://gis.centerpointenergy.com/OutageReporting/index.html.

Texas-New Mexico Power: Call 888-866-7456 or visit https://www.tnmp.com/customers/power-outages-hazards.

Stay safe Brazoria County!



•🚨Please avoid roadways to allow for emergency personnel to respond to life threatening emergencies.

• 🚨Treat damaged traffic signals as a 4 way stop.

• 🚨Debris and power lines are still on the road, even though the wind may have died down. This presents hazards to all drivers and their vehicles.


𝐄𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐠𝐞𝐧𝐜𝐲 𝐫𝐞𝐬𝐩𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐞 𝐦𝐚𝐲 𝐛𝐞 𝐝𝐞𝐥𝐚𝐲𝐞𝐝 𝐝𝐮𝐫𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐥𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐰𝐞𝐚𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐫

Due to the anticipated inclement weather, we will prioritize the safety of our community and our staff.

Winds are expected to reach 39 to 73 miles per hour prior to the landfall of Tropical Storm Beryl. This presents a safety hazard for all drivers, including county law enforcement and emergency services.

Emergency response may be delayed or unavailable while these winds are active, which is expected to begin at approximately 8 PM tonight.

Stay safe and follow the Brazoria County Sheriff's Office and Brazoria County for continuous updates.


Get ready folks. Beryl will produce Tropical Storm and Hurricane force winds and excessive rain across Brazoria County.

Brazoria County is under these warnings. Stay up to date and weather aware.

🌀 Hurricane Warning for Coastal Brazoria County (To include Freeport, Surfside, and Lake Jackson areas) - Sustained winds of 75 - 85 mph are expected within 36 hours or less.
🌀 Tropical Storm Warning for Inland Brazoria County (To include the Alvin, West Columbia, and Pearland areas) - Sustained winds of 39 - 73 mph are expected within 36 hours or less.
🌀 Storm Surge Warning for Coastal Brazoria County - Potential for moderate to major flooding along local beaches. 4 - 6 feet of beach inundation.
🌀 Flood Watch - Heavy rain associated with Tropical Storm Beryl could produce rainfall amounts from 5 - 10 inches, with locally higher amounts possible. Flooding caused by excessive rainfall will be possible.


Be prepared for high tides and surge along the Brazoria County coast. Leave early! #

The National Weather Service predicts a 3-5 feet storm surge for Brazoria County coastal areas. County Judge Matt Sebesta has issued a Voluntary Evacuation for all low-lying areas south of the Intracoastal Canal, including Bryan Beach, the Village of Quintana, the Village of Surfside Beach, Follett's Island, and Treasure Island.

Upcoming Training and Events 07/05/2024

Lots of opportunities to help make our community a safer place to live!


Upcoming Training and Events Sign up to help!     Upcoming Events   Shelter Operations Training Angleton Wednesday, July 17 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Homeland Preparedness Project is responsible for operating the Brazoria County Emergenc


Now is a good time to make sure to have your emergency plans and kits ready!

Photos from Brazoria County Citizens Corps's post 06/15/2024
Photos from Fort Bend County Medical Reserve Corps's post 06/03/2024
Photos from Homeland Preparedness Project's post 05/18/2024

Our GREAT Team Members getting it done today despite the heat and humidity. We were able to assemble 8 50-person sheltering go boxes. Each of these boxes will allow us to deploy a 50-person emergency shelter in about an hour to anywhere in Brazoria County. Great job folks! #


Join us for the Hurricane & Disaster Preparedness Expo on June 15 at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds, Angleton, from 10 AM – 1 PM. Special presentations, goody bags, door prizes, free hot dogs (while supplies last), exhibitors and emergency vehicle displays. A great event for the whole family!


Hello everyone! We wanted to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the incredible volunteers who have dedicated their time and energy to support our cause. Your unwavering commitment and passion have truly made a difference in the lives of many. We have put together a video that beautifully captures some of the most special moments shared with our amazing team.

Thank you for being a vital part of our community and for all that you do.


Don’t miss out… The Ready Fort Bend Expo is this Saturday, April 27th at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, Building C starting at 10 a.m. The primary goal of the expo is to educate and encourage everyone to familiarize themselves with some of the hazards that could potentially effect this area and make an emergency plan. The secondary goal is to make this expo family friends so there are some fun activities planned for the kids:

FREE Child photo ID & Fingerprinting by United States Secret Service
Emergency Response Touch-A-Truck Event
Meet the Ready Heroes
Bingo Scavenger Hunt with Prizes
FREE Face painting by Sylvia Knowles
Fort Bend County Kids & Cops
Bounce House
Texas Parks & Wildlife Exhibit

This event is FREE to the public so make your plans now!


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Kristan is teaching Disaster Medical Operations for Nursing Students at in our current CERT class. . You can learn these life-saving skills to help your family and neighbors. Sign up for our next class in your area.


Fire Marshall Martin Vela teaching Fire Safety to our current CERT class.

Photos from Fort Bend County Medical Reserve Corps's post 01/15/2024


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Today HPP and some of our amazing team members joined the community for lots of fun at Alvin EMS.
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CERT Training starts in February! Sign up today! https://bit.ly/3yJnCPq
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