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Tivoli

Town of Tivoli

As of September 13, 2017

Boil Water Notice
--Tivoli is no longer under a boil water notice.  Water has tested safe for drinking.

County Wide Curfew/Looting

--Curfew for Refugio County has been lifted.  There remains zero tolerance for looting. Looters will be charged with felonies.

Mosquito Spraying

--Spraying for mosquitos has resumed.
Electricity
--AEP continues to repair lines and poles feeding Tivoli.
--If there is a problem with the service line coming in to your house, you will need to hire an electrician to do these repairs.
   Please make sure your property will be safe should the electricity come on.
--Please be extra cautious around downed electric lines.
--Please report downed power lines and other safety hazards like broken poles to AEPTexas.com or by calling (866) 223-8508.
Debris Clean Up
--Debris removal WILL take place.  As soon as word reaches us as to WHEN, notice will be sent to everyone. 
In the meantime, continue to place trees and limbs curbside away from power lines, and hydrants.
Large trucks cannot get under lines to pick up debris. Separate debris piles into metal, other building materials, and trees/vegetation.

American Red Cross Shelter

--American Red Cross shelter at Refugio County Fairgrounds is available for Refugio County residents
needing shelter, food, and/or medical attention.

Tivoli Shelter

--Tents are set up in Tivoli if residents need a place to stay.  They have water and electricity.  Generators are powering the A/C. 
Directions:  At the intersection of HWY 239 and HWY 35, turn left and travel north on HWY 35 for two blocks. 
The tent shelters are on the right.

Supplies

--The Hlavinka at 106 Main Street in Tivoli has a Drop Point unit for all Refugio County residents to pick up food and water.
Bee Removal
--Call Paul Hamilton for assistance in removal of bee swarms at 361-549-1084.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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