Winter Weather Advisory

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  • PEOPLE: Keep your family warm and check on any elderly family members or neighbors that may need extra blankets, winterizing their homes, or a warm place to stay.
  • PETS:  Dogs and cats get cold too. Bring them inside at night to keep them healthy and safe.
  • PLANTS:  Either cover plants to keep them warm at night or bring them inside so they can flourish.
  • PIPES:  Cover exposed pipes to prevent freezing and breaks. Allow outside faucets to drip to help prevent freeze damage.

Public Works crews are prepared to deal with icy roads and will be available to respond 24 hours a day. Residents should report power outages to GVEC at 800-223-4832. Major water leaks should be called into 

Non- Emergency Schertz Dispatch (210) 619-1274

They will contact GVSUD or City of Cibolo crews to respond accordingly. 

Cibolo City Parks will have their water turned off this afternoon (2/24) and will remain off through Friday afternoon.

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The American Red Cross offers these steps people can take to stay safe during the cold weather.

1. Layer up! Wear layers of lightweight clothing to stay warm. Gloves and a hat will help prevent losing your body heat.

2. Don’t forget your furry friends. Bring pets indoors. If they can’t come inside, make sure they have enough shelter to keep them warm and that they can get to unfrozen water.

3. Remember the three feet rule. If you are using a space heater, place it on a level, hard surface and keep anything flammable at least three feet away – things such as paper, clothing, bedding, curtains or rugs.

4. Requires supervision – Turn off space heaters and make sure fireplace embers are out before leaving the room or going to bed.

5. Don’t catch fire! If you are using a fireplace, use a glass or metal fire screen large enough to catch sparks and rolling logs.

6. Protect your pipes. Run water, even at a trickle, to help prevent your pipes from freezing. Open the kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. Be sure to move any harmful cleaners and household chemicals out of the reach of children. Keep the garage doors closed if there are water lines in the garage.

7. Better safe than sorry. Keep the thermostat at the same temperature day and night. Your heating bill may be a little higher, but you could avoid a more costly repair job if your pipes freeze and burst.

8. The kitchen is for cooking. Never use a stove or oven to heat your home.

9. Use generators outside. Never operate a generator inside the home, including in the basement or garage.