• Office of Emergency Management
    1500 Marilla St.,
    Dallas, Texas 75201
    Phone: (214) 670-4275
    Fax: (214) 670-4677

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    ​Heat Advisories Are In Effect​

    ​​​Summer heat is here and with it high humidity creating a dangerous combination.  Stay indoors as much as possible. Learn more about the dangers of Extreme Heat here.

    If you need assistance, City facilities are open normal business hours to help you beat the heat. 

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    Heat-related illness is 100% preventable. Simple precautions can keep everyone safe when temperatures soar. Even though we're moving into the fall season, we still have warmer temperatures and heat indexes (when humidity works with heat to make it feel hotter than it is), it's important to remember to protect yourself and your family from the heat.

    • Limit your time outdoors.
    • Shade and rest – take frequent breaks when working or playing out doors. Find shade when possible.
    • Fluids – drink plenty of non-alcoholic and non-caffeinated beverages, even if you don't feel thirsty.
    • Find cool places indoors if you don't have air conditioning, like libraries, rec centers, or malls to spend time. ​

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