* To find if your path is clear: http://static.drivetexas.org/#11/29.7364/-95.3455
Harris Country Flooding Map (interactive): https://www.harriscountyfws.org/
Watershed flood gauge: https://www.harriscountyfws.org/GageDetail
Harris Country Watershed Information: https://www.hcfcd.org
U.S. Coast Guard: The U.S. Coast Guard is conducting urban search and rescue in the city of Houston. If you are in need of rescue, call the U.S. Coast Guard Houston Command Center:
Other County Emergency Operation Centers:
Stay calm, do not panic. Get to high ground immediately.
Do not go into the attic, rescuers from the air cannot see you.
Mark the roof to be seen from the air. Wave sheets, towels, to be noticed from the air
Texas Search and Rescue: Download the Zello app — https://zello.com/app — and go to one of these channels (more info: http://blog.zello.com/2017/08/28/getting-help-in-houston-floods/)
More than 300 requests for urban search and rescue have been received by the U.S. Coast Guard Sector Houston Command Center. Currently there are five MH-65 Dolphin Helicopters conducting rescues in Houston, with four additional HH-60 Jayhawk Helicopters requested. Three Flood Punt Teams are locally poised to connect urban search and rescue.