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The City of Corpus Christi is aware of the frigid temperatures and potential for freezing rain and sleet forecasted for our area. The City is working on an emergency management plan to address issues such as individuals and pets in need of shelter and utilities. 

Mayor Paulette M. Guajardo and City Manager Peter Zanoni began preparations to implement the City’s severe cold and inclement weather protocols. A News Conference was held on Thursday, February 11 to inform the public of these plans. Residents can watch a recording of the full News Conference on YouTube.

On Thursday, February 11, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Corpus Christi issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Coastal Bend locations. Very cold temperatures are in store late this weekend along with dangerous wind chills. Periods of freezing rain and/or sleet are possible Sunday into early next week. Make plans to bundle up if heading outdoors and be extremely cautious if traveling. See status updates on the National Weather Service website for our region.

Contact Numbers

AEP Electrical Hazards or General Calls: 877-373-4858
AEP Outages: 866-223-8508
City Call Center: 361-826-2489
Report Animal Neglect: 361-826-2489 or 361-886-2600