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The City has completed the transition to the new utility billing software.

Utility Billing will be resuming normal billing practices with bills due in May 2019. Please refer to the back of your utility bill for more information on our billing practices.

For more information, please visit us at billing.amarillo.gov or by phone at 806-378-3030.

Public Health Emergency Preparedness

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PHEP

Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) exists to provide and maintain a high level of public-health response readiness.

This program is responsible for:

  • All hazards planning for protecting public health
  • Plan and exercise mass vaccination/mass distribution of medications
  • Strategic national stockpile coordination
  • Collaboration with community partners in planning, response and evaluation
  • Community education

My Emergency Plan Checklist

  • Know your area and what disasters are possible
  • Create a basic emergency supply kit
  • Plan for special items needed by your family
  • Make a to-go bag (everything you need for 3 days away from home)
  • Know your evacuation routes
  • Designate three family meeting spots
  • Keep important phone numbers written down.  Your phone may get damaged or lost
  • Know the emergency procedures for your kids schools.
  • If you have a pet, plan ahead for your pet.

For More Information

 

Contact Information

Mark Price - Program Manager 806-378-6336

 

1000 Martin Road, Amarillo, TX 79107

Phone: 806-378-6300 

Fax: 806-378-6306

24 Hour Emergency Number: 806-680-8980

 

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