The electricity is out at Mission City Hall. We are currently working to restore phone lines to assist our residents. Thank you for your patience

Hurricane Hanna knocked out power to thousands of homes in our city. If you’re still without light, please reach out to your electric provider

Power lines may look safe, but they can be deadly. Always assume power lines on the ground or overhead, are energized and dangerous. Stay at least 25 feet away from power lines and anything they may be touching

Mission City Hall is now open for business. Our phones lines are back up & running. As a reminder, to protect citizens & our employees, City Hall is closed to walk-in traffic, but services continue through email, phone, online and drive-thru.

For environmental reasons, PLEASE separate your brush, flooded home goods, construction debris and appliances in separate piles.
As long as it’s safe, our sanitation crews will begin storm cleanup today with a bulky item curbside collection. This will be an ongoing effort. If you can safely place flooded home items, furniture, tree limbs and construction debris on the curbside, our drivers will roll right by and pick them up for you.

The latest from AEP – There are currently 12,300 AEP customers in Mission without power.

 Rest assured that our emergency management teams, first responders, and public works crews are working round the clock to provide assistance to our community during this difficult time.

Here is an updated list of street closures. Almost all roads in Mission are now open.

Here’s an update on areas still dealing with heavy flooding. Tropical Storm Hanna was slow-moving and dumped heavy rain for hours over Mission. Please stay off the roadways.

PLEASE HELP OUR FIRST RESPONDERS! Our first responders are trying to evacuate residents but are having to respond to drivers who are stuck in flooded roadways. Obey all emergency road signs. DO NOT DRIVE ON FLOODED ROADS! DO NOT DRIVE AROUND BARRICADES!

Be Prepared! Be sure to gather your important documents in case you have to evacuate.

As long as it’s safe, our crews will begin storm cleanup efforts tomorrow. We’re hosting a bulky item curbside collection. If you can safely place flooded home items, furniture, tree limbs & construction debris curbside, we’ll roll right by & pick them up.

Tropical Storm Hanna is strengthening. These are the latest rainfall estimates from NWS Brownsville.

Tropical Storm Hanna had maximum winds of 50 mph as of the 4pm NHC update and is forecast to become a hurricane prior to making landfall sometime Saturday afternoon.

Mission, we need your help! Volunteers are needed to help fill sandbags for our elderly & disabled. If you can help, visit Lions Park or Mission Event Center.

Please let our first responders know, you’re there to volunteer. Thank you in advance!

Heavy rains and strong winds continue to impact Mission causing flooding and wind damage. It’s very important that you stay indoors.

PLEASE! DO NOT GO OUT IN YOUR VEHICLES! Parts of Mission are heavily flooded. Stay inside stay safe