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City of Seabrook
News Release
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Citywide Voluntary Evacuation issued for Seabrook 

Seabrook city officials have now ordered a Voluntary Evacuation for the entire city prior to the arrival of Hurricane Harvey. Residents and businesses are encouraged to evacuate by noon on Friday, August 25. 

The
National Weather Service is predicting heavy amounts of rainfall and possible storm surge in Seabrook making the city susceptible to flooding and street closures. The voluntary evacuation order is intended to alert the residents of Seabrook that emergency responders may be unable to access some areas of the city.

This notice is very important to elderly residents and/or people with medical conditions. We encourage these residents to evacuate the city at your convenience, however, due to rain, storm surge and the probability of heavy traffic you are encouraged to do so by noon on Friday, August 25.

Please continue to monitor the local media for weather updates and check the city's website,
seabrooktx.gov, for more information about what is happening in Seabrook.




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