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City of Shoreacres
News Releasee
Saturday, August 26, 2017

Drive Slowly! Please!
     
Flooded streets may be passable if you have a high-clearance vehicle such as a truck or utility vehicle. However, forging through high-water can cause wakes that throw water into property that would otherwise be above the water level.
   
Unfortunately, some homes, garages, and stranded vehicles that were still a few inches above flood water have been flooded by water surges created by wakes thrown by vehicles driving through high water.
   
PLEASE, avoid driving on flooded streets. If you MUST drive through high-water PLEASE drive slow enough not to cause a wake the may damage other people's property.
  
Stay Engaged 
  
While Hurricane Harvey has currently moved into the central Texas coast this tropical storm remains unpredictable. Most recent projections have this storm slowly moving towards Houston over the next several days.
  
Stay vigilant and monitor this storm for impacts it will have to our area including heavy rain, gale force winds, extreme tides, and possible tornadoes. These conditions may continue through Wednesday, August 30.
 
 
Please monitor local media for weather updates. Visit the City of Shoreacres' website www.CityofShoreacres.us  to sign-up for emergency notices, updates, and messages from the city.




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