The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has advised us that City of Pasadena tap water is safe to consume.
We are no longer under a boil water notice.
If you still do not have water in your home, it could be due to a plumbing issue. If you live in a multi-unit building, please check with your manager or landlord regarding the status of your water pipes.
Again, the City of Pasadena is no longer under a boil water advisory. Thank you.
If you or a loved one find yourselves in a life-threatening situation and require refuge at a Warming Center, these numbers are designed to assist you:
Harris County at 211
City of Houston at 311
Pasadena OEM at (713) 474-5588
These teams will assess your situation and work with their partners to help find support. At this time there’s limited capacity in Warming Centers across the county and those that may be able to support offer minimal accommodations such as basic cots and limited access to restrooms. For more safety information during power outages, go to: www.pasadenatx.gov/WeatherAlerts
Mayor Wagner and the City of Pasadena team are committed to your safety during dangerous weather conditions. Due to extreme weather conditions, City Hall and other non-emergency city offices will be closed until Monday, February 22 at 8 AM. Emergency services, including 9-1-1, Police, Fire and Ambulance will be operational.
Please see important safety and departmental information based on forecasts from the National Weather Service, Houston-Galveston office.
For updated forecasts and information, visit the National Weather Service local office webpage.
The following campuses have canceled classes Thursday and Friday, February 19 & 20: