Dallas opens resource center for residents affected by recent storms | Texas

dallas, Texas — The City of Dallas, in collaboration with Dallas Independent School District, is set to open a Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) this weekend for residents impacted by recent storms.

The MARC, located at Truett Elementary on 1810 Inadale Avenue, will operate from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, 2024, and Sunday, June 2, 2024. The center aims to provide a centralized location for residents to access essential recovery services from various governmental agencies and nongovernmental organizations. Representatives from voluntary organizations active in disaster relief efforts will be available to assist residents in need.

"We recognize the severity of this storm and the impact of extended power outages," said Travis Houston, Director of the Dallas Office of Emergency Management. "We are grateful to the partners who are helping us respond to the needs of affected residents," Houston added.

For further queries regarding the event, the City of Dallas Media Team can be reached at [email protected]. More information about the center is available on the Dallas Office of Emergency Management's website: www.dallasoem.com.


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