Mission Statement: The City of Ingleside is charged with carrying out a comprehensive all-hazard emergency management program for the community. This program includes mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery planning.
Goals / Services Provided: This Office maintains its responsibilities to the citizens of Ingleside directly and indirectly through service to the Mayor and Council and in the area of Emergency Management as outlined by State law and by City Charter; with primary duties being mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.
Coastal Bend Coordination and Alert Network – CBCAN
Ingleside is part of the Coastal Bend Coordination and Alert Network. CBCAN provides tools and information for emergency responders and citizens to help their communities be better prepared for emergencies and disasters. We encourage you to visit the site tolerant more about emergency preparedness.
The City of Ingleside Office of Emergency Management schedules Community Emergency Response Team – C. E. R. T. training courses. The classes are held at the Ingleside Fire Station, 2425 Eighth Street. Contact Shanna Owens at 361-776-7422 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on the next class and how you can get involved.
The Vial of Life Project
We proudly offer Vial of Life decals to the community for free. The Vial of Life Project lets first responders know your medical information in an emergency. We feel that the Vial of Life Project is a most important program for protecting seniors and others in need. We would like to thank American Senior Safety Medical Alarm Systems for donating these kits to our organization.
Transportation Assistance Registry for the City of Ingleside
If you need any assistance during the time of an emergency evacuation please click here to register online. If you have any questions or need assistance in filling out the form please contact the Emergency Management Department at 361-776-7422.
How will I know if I should evacuate?
Your local officials will tell you if you should evacuate, and when to leave. Evacuations must begin many hours before the storm arrives, often when the sun is shining and skies are clear. That’s the only way to get everyone out before winds and flooding make roads unsafe or impassable.
During a hurricane watch, stay turned to your local radio and television stations for Emergency Alert System (EAS) information. If you don’t have one, consider getting a NOAA Weather Alert Radio. NOAA Weather Radio broadcasts on the high-band FM frequency 162.550 MHz. Also, you can check the National Hurricane Center online for more information.
Be prepared to evacuate before you receive a warning, follow instructions, and leave quickly. DO NOT DELAY.
Shanna K. Owens
Emergency Management Planner
2425 8th Street, Ingleside, TX 78362
P.O. Drawer 400, Ingleside, TX 78362