1701 9th Avenue North
Texas City, TX 77590
Phone: (409) 643-5977
Fax : (409) 948-1106
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursday, Friday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dial 2-1-1 to find local community resources and services such as rent and utility assistance, food, emergency shelters, where to get employment help, medical and mental health assistance, help with transportation, and trained suicide intervention counseling. You can also get information on affordable child care, information about caring for an aging relative, or help recovering from a disaster.
If you are calling from outside of Texas, or have technical difficulties when dialing 2-1-1 from your mobile or office location phone, dial the alternate access number (877) 541-7905.
Visit our Social Services and Community Resources page for this list.
Visit our Social Services and Community Resources page for this info.
Libraries typically offer Internet access, printing and some computer assistance. Visit our Community Information page for a list and map of public libraries in Galveston County.
The Texas City post office is located at 2002 11th Avenue N., Texas City, TX 77590. Their phone number is (409) 948-1578.
An evacuee can go to any local post office to fill out a change of address form, even for temporary situations, and get mail forwarded to a new address. Additionally, addresses may be changed online at usps.com.
Visit our Social Services and Community Resources page for this list of area medical service providers.
Other local community groups are listed on our Social Services and Community Resources page.
For help in a crisis, you can contact Galveston County's crisis hotline.
For poison emergencies, you can contact Southeast Texas Poison Center.
Returning Home After a Disaster: Be Healthy and Safe
Prepared by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this website provides information on returning home after a hurricane is over and how to stay healthy and safe while cleaning up and recovering.
Cleaning and Sanitizing With Bleach after an Emergency
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention provides recipes to sanitize water, food containers, and other items after a natural disaster with cleaning solutions, such as bleach.
Repairing Your Flooded Home
Published by the Red Cross, this online booklet provides guidelines for homeowners in the wake of a flood or water damage to their homes.