Shelters Open after Storm Hits the Valley and Floods
WESLACO – Shelters across the Rio Grande Valley are open for anyone needing a place to stay dry.
Power outages are impacting more than 9,000 Valley residents. You can search your location and see the estimated time power will be restored in your area, click here to view.
There are also a number of road closures due to flooding. Stay up-to-date by visiting DriveTexas.org.
Anyone in Hidalgo County in need of help is asked to contact the emergency call center at 956-292-7012.
If you're in Willacy County, residents are asked to call the sheriff's department at 956-689-5576.
The following shelters have opened for the people needing to stay dry:
656 North Minnesota Avenue
Edcouch Fire Department
200 West Santa Rosa Avenue
Loaves and Fishes
514 South "E" Street
La Feria Dome
1001 Pancho Maples Drive
1600 North 23rd Street
Mercedes Safe Dome Center
1202 North Vermont
Monte Alton Elementary Gym
25149 1st Street
Willacy County Community Safe Room
10804 Business 77
Elma Barrera Elementary
Santa Rosa Elementary School
102 South Main Street
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