Emergency Public Information and Warning Work Group Conference Call Today


At this (very short) meeting we will be discussing the Emergency Warning Strategy for the Houston UASI and mostly updating participants on the transition to JETTY. We will spend some time after the meeting reviewing the inquiries section of Jetty in order to get feedback to the vendor.

Meeting Time & Location

This meeting will ONLY be a conference call:

UASI EPI&W Work Group
Thu, May 4, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT

United States: +1 (281) 238-3660
Access Code: 14665#


  • Regional Warning Report

    • We will be working on the Regional Warning Strategy:
      • Scope and Scale
      • Research
      • Warning Best Practices
      • AFN Best Practices
  • Jetty Migration

If you are not the appropriate representative for your organization, please email Michael Walter (michael.walter@houstontx.gov) or Lach Mullen (lachlan.mullen@fortbendcountytx.gov) with the correct contact information. Thank you!

The Houston UASI engages a multi-jurisdictional and multi-disciplinary team to assess local capabilities and develop a common strategy for improving their capacity to prevent, protect against, respond to, and recover from catastrophic events. The Houston UASI covers the City of Houston, and the five counties that surround it: Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, Brazoria and Galveston.

The Emergency Public Information & Warning Work Group supports the strategy of the Houston UASI by bringing together a collaborative team of subject matter experts and jurisdictional representatives to enhance local and regional capacities to warn and inform the public during catastrophic incidents.