In order for us to get more people on our call-up list, we are now allowing candidates to complete the FEMA training AFTER the Tx EGRT training!


Check out the training page for information on the prerequisites for the Tx EGRT training. TRAINING

The next free training sessions will be held:


PLEASE TELL US IF YOU WANT ANOTHER HOUSTON CLASS!!CLICK HERE


Aug 25th - Corpus Christi EOC
  2406 Leopard St
  Corpus Christi, TX 78408

  Frost bank Building (4th Floor)
  Sign in with security downstairs, before getting on the elevator.
  There should be plenty of parking in the lot that faces Kennedy Ave. 


The class schedule is 8:30 am to 4:00 pm with a 60 minute break at lunch. The registration links are on the training page, and you will get more details on the location when you register.


Aug 30th - The REC  at the City of Grapevine
  1175 Municipal Way
  Grapevine, TX 76051

  Enter through the main entrance, turn left down the hall, and the classroom is on the left - "The REC Classroom".

The class schedule is 8:30 am to 4:00 pm with a 60 minute break at lunch. The registration links are on the training page, and you will get more details on the location when you register.


You will need to bring your own laptop with ArcGIS 10.x installed. Student licenses are available if necessary.

Call the EGRT Number :

1-844-TEX-EGRT  or

1-844-839-3478


Region 1 - Ext 801

Region 2 - Ext 802

Region 4 - Ext 804

Region 6 - Ext 806

Unsure or Other Region?

                               - Ext 800


Non-Emergency Contact:

David Allen at 817-371-9167


Provide details on the incident and the level of response requested.

To Request A Response


March 2017

Training dates are set for Austin and Houston.


New Collector App for damage assessment is developed and ready.

Now Available

The Texas EGRT T-Shirts are ready!


                                          Get details and

                                          order yours now.

Training Sites for 2017 Needed

If you can host a Tx EGRT training class, please contact David Allen for details.



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Texas Emergency GIS Response Team (EGRT): A rapidly deployable GIS resource built to support disaster response and recovery efforts.


Once trained, members can elect to:

  • Respond to just their agency's jurisdiction
  • Respond to their local area or county
  • Respond anywhere in the region shown
  • Assist in a remote capacity

It's your choice!! But regardless of what you decide, you will be prepared to be effective in an emergency operation.

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