The Texas Department of Emergency Management (TDEM) has posted updates on Hurricane Beryl including an overview, details for individual and family resources, and local official & emergency manager resources. Hurricane Beryl made landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane near Matagorda, Texas.

The Texas Department of State Health Services sent out a notice with recommendations for coastal residents experiencing flooded homes and electrical outages following Hurricane Beryl’s landfall. Those who evacuated hurricane-impacted communities should wait for official word from state or local officials before returning home. Additional suggestions concerning water, food, carbon monoxide, environmental hazards, medical, and others can be found here. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reminds communities affected by Hurricane Beryl to be aware of potential safety concerns in homes and other buildings. Tips concerning safe generator use, building debris, mold, and other general suggestions can be found here and here.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has posted standing details on hurricane preparedness including details for everyone, waste management guidance, underground storage tank guidance, drinking water guidance, wastewater treatment plant guidance, and air permit guidance.