Corpus Christi Mayor to File Disaster Declaration

Residents Encouraged to Report Property Damage

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX - In response to the significant rain and wind damage caused by Tropical Storm Alberto, Mayor Paulette Guajardo has announced the filing of a disaster declaration with the State of Texas. This declaration aims to expedite the deployment of resources and support to residents affected by the storm.

Residents who have sustained property damage are strongly encouraged to report these damages to the Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM). This crucial step will help track the extent of the disaster and ensure that proper aid and support can be allocated. Property owners can easily report damages through the iSTAT Damage Surveys app which can be found at: iSTAT Damage Surveys (texas.gov) 

Instructions for using the app can be found on the Texas government website at iSTAT Damage Surveys. Instructions are available in both English and in Spanish.

The City of Corpus Christi will continue to provide timely updates to residents regarding available resources for any home or property damages. Information on shelters, emergency supplies, and other forms of assistance will be disseminated through the City's dedicated webpage at https://www.cctexas.com/stormrecovery, social media platforms, and local news outlets.

For more information, media representatives can contact public information officer Brianna Sandoval at 361-826-1655 or by email at briannas4@cctexas.com