Encanto Real Residents: Sign Up for E-Mail Updates!

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The Texas Gulf Coast is no stranger to severe weather events and winter storm Uri reminded us once again of how important it is to receive advance warnings and ongoing updates. For severe weather, timely emergency alerts and information during a disaster is critical to staying safe during an emergency. While every family should have multiple methods of staying informed during a weather event, the Encanto Real Utility District maintains an e-mail update system to communicate important news and information with Encanto Real residents.

The e-mail update system is an integral method of providing critical and up-to-date information regarding emergencies in the community and provides life-saving information as well as tips on how to protect your property before, during, and after a severe weather event.

How do I sign up for the e-mail update system?
You may sign up for the Encanto Real Utility District E-Mail Update System by visiting https://www.encantorealud.com/

What is the purpose of the e-mail update system?
The e-mail update system will be used to communicate news such as community events or important posts to the website, The District will also activate the system during major emergencies, situations where there is an imminent danger to life and property, or in a situation in which a state of emergency is declared and immediate action needs to be taken.

Who will make the decision to share information?
The decision to use the e-mail update system to share emergency information will be made by the board of directors.

What should you do when you receive an emergency e-mail update?
Read the message and recognize that an emergency situation is occurring. Follow the instructions given in the message. If possible and appropriate, alert others.

Under what circumstances may the information be delayed?
Every effort is made to provide residents information as rapidly as possible so they can remain informed as to what is going on. Keep in mind, information concerning severe weather, utility service disruptions, and emergency incidents are sometimes being communicated to the utility district by federal, state, county or municipal agencies and may be delayed as the particular situation is managed. We strive to release accurate and factual information to the community in a timely and comprehensive manner.

Be sure to share this article to social media groups on Facebook, Twitter, and Nextdoor so all your neighbors can sign up!