The Emergency Ops Center app is designed to provide innovative communication and situational awareness to citizens, media, businesses and first responders across Johnson County, Texas.
Our app was designed to include the most pertinent information about the status of public safety and emergency situations. Its unique features include:
- Incident Mapping that will show what’s going on across Johnson County at any given time, from road closures to structure fires and more
- Register function allows you to register your storm shelter location with Johnson County as well as to volunteer in a local disaster
- Locate button helps you find local fire departments, law enforcement agencies or government office’s with just a touch
- Additional functions let you send emergency management pictures of what you see, check the weather, link to our social media, or check an event calendar to see what events are planned across the county.
By selecting to allow push notes, you will have the ability to receive pop-up notes about tornado warnings, flooding or other emergency events specific to Johnson County, Texas.
Update - 3:30PM
CR 423 @ CR 308
CR 423 @ CR 421
CR 307 @ CR 421
CR 309 @ CR 423
CR 309 WEST of CR 417
CR 305 East @ Sharp Curve
CR 310 @ FM 2135
CR 421 @ CR 307
CR 305 @ CR 402
CR 305 CR 701 @ Sarah Lane
West of CR 402
CR 204 @ Judge Ball Lake
CR 206 @ CR 107 (Bridge Washed Out)
CR 410 @ CR 311
More rain in the forecast today for Johnson County. We will be in a Flood Watch until 7:00PM today (Oct 16th). Below is an updated list of current road closures, please seek alternative routes and avoid high water. Please be aware that some roads are open but have high water signs posted, these areas have water on the road but are passable for most vehicles. Please take care when encountering these areas and plan accordingly.
Precinct 2 is reporting no road closures at this time, but does have areas with water on the roads. High water signage has been posted in these areas.
CR 528 – Closed between Carrol Price and CR 526
W. Bethesda – Between CR 809 and Tarver Road
No information for likes
Does anyone know if the Mustang Creek south of Rio Vista is under water?