STORM UPDATES


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City of Pattison,

Please be advised that the city is in contact with the providers and will gather information to be shared as it is received. Down trees in the city will be removed from the roadways within a couple of hours. If you have down trees blocking the roadways please contact city hall.

Parts of the city does have power. Patti’s diner is open and has power as well as Dollar General. Everyone stay safe and the city will provide updates as they are received.

Good Morning,

 There has been damage to our facilities in our Houston-area service territory. As the line of severe weather has made its way through our region, it is now safe for our crews to begin assessing damage but can confirm we’ve experienced significant damage to our system. Restoration efforts began last but will ramp up in daylight hours as damage becomes more visible. We are committed to restoring power to our customers as safely and as quickly as possible.

 When restoring power, we begin with facilities vital to safety, health and welfare, such as hospitals, water treatment plants and public service facilities. While addressing key facilities, we follow our priority restoration process by making repairs to electrical facilities that will return power to the largest number of customers first. We then continue the restoration process by prioritizing repairs to benefit the greatest number of customers, until power is returned to everyone. Throughout the restoration process, we maintain contact with local emergency management agencies, news media and public officials. 

 We’d like to remind our customers to stay at least 35 feet away from low-hanging, downed power lines or lines that could be in standing water and call 911 and report them to us at 713-207-2222.

 For restoration updates and the latest information, follow us on X at @CenterPoint.



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