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The Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HCOHSEM) is excited to introduce a new and improved mass notification system.  Harris County Alerts, which we have used successfully during events like Hurricane Harvey since the program’s inception, has been replaced by Ready Harris Alerts. Much like its predecessor, Ready Harris Alerts will be used during major events or emergencies to communicate important updates, as well as providing occasional tips and information throughout other parts of the year.

Ready Harris Alerts allows its users to select their preferred method of contact and how frequently alerts are received.  You can elect to be notified via email, text, phone call, or a combination of one or more options.  By updating your phone number(s), email(s), and address, you can ensure you are getting the alerts you need based on where you live.

You will need to set up a new Ready Harris Alerts account to select your notification preferences.  Please use the following link:

Click here to register

Know someone who could use Ready Harris Alerts? Tell them to visit www.readyharris.org/SignUp

Thank you for your continued support of Harris County. We will continue to make sure that you are always informed. Please encourage your family members and friends to register for Ready Harris Alerts today.


Ponderosa Fire Department Station 62 was recently honored with the bronze award in the annual Fire Chief Magazine’s Station Style Design Award for volunteer/combination agencies in competition throughout the United States and Canada.  Emergency Services District #28 utilized BRW Architects and LDF Construction (Spring, Texas) to build this highly functional and beautiful fire station.  Our community and our members are very proud of this fire station.  You should stop by and visit and revere the I-Beam from the 2001 World Trade Center disaster - 4362 Louetta at Sorrel Ridge.


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Ponderosa Fire Department
Harris County Emergency Service District #28
Headquarters – Station 61
17061 Rolling Creek Dr
Houston, TX 77090
Station 62
4362 Louetta Road
Spring, Tx 77388
Station 63 & Training Facility
21455 Imperial Valley
Houston, Tx 77073
Northview Subdivision

ATTENTION: Visitors to Ponderosa Fire Department are asked NOT to park in the business lot just to the north of the station.  Parking is allowed on the street, except in areas where signs prohibit it.

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