City Closing Emergency Operations Center After Six Days of Monitoring Extreme Winter Weather, Power Outages and Water Boil Notice
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - The City of Corpus Christi will be closing the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) as the events of the last week begin to return to normal.
Temperatures are forecasted to remain in the mid-50s today while the threat of freezing has passed. Temperatures are expected to rise significantly over the next few days. Though the City EOC is deactivating, City officials and public safety officers continue to monitor conditions.
The two short-term shelters and multiple warming centers are now closed after giving refuge to hundreds of people.
The City’s Customer Service Call Center will be open until 7 p.m. today and will be closed on Sunday but return to regular hours 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, February 22.
The City of Corpus Christi appreciates the public taking precautions and observing weather advisories. By planning and activating emergency plans, we can avoid the loss of life and property when weather and other hazardous events are present.
For more information visit www.cctexas.com/weather and www.cctexas.com/waterboil. Stay connected with our city social media channels Facebook @citygov and Twitter @cityofcc.