City Closing Emergency Operations Center

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - The City of Corpus Christi continues to monitor weather conditions and based on the latest weather briefings will be closing the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). While freezing temperatures will continue to be experienced throughout the city, the threat of freezing precipitation has past. Citizens should continue to take precautions to protect people, pets and plants since temperatures are not expected to rise significantly over the next few days.

Though the City EOC is deactivating, city officials and public safety officers continue to monitor weather and road conditions. “We appreciate the public taking precautions and observing winter weather advisories,” said Billy Delgado, Emergency Operations Coordinator. “By planning and activating emergency plans, we can avoid the loss of life and property when weather hazards are present,” added Delgado.