Food Delivery to Vulnerable Residents, Transportation, Staying Warm, Water Distribution Centers, and Other Helpful Resources
How did the Texas winter storm impact you?
Food Delivery to Vulnerable Residents
The San Antonio Police Department worked with the San Antonio Food Bank to deliver food to elderly, disabled and vulnerable residents who lack transportation options to leave their homes. Visit safoodbank.org to learn more.
For help planning a trip, visit VIAinfo.net or call Customer Information Line at (210) 362-2020.
To schedule VIAtrans trip, visit VIAinfo.net/VOS to log on to your VIAtrans online account or call (210) 362-5050.
Download the VIA Link app to schedule a VIA Link trip.
COVID-19 health and safety precautions remain in place, including face coverings at all times while in a VIA vehicle or at a VIA facility for non-exempt persons, age 2 and older.
Visit the Uber app for updates on drivers in your area.
Contact Yellow Cab at 210-222-2222.
Warming centers have closed due to electricity being restored across the city.
Water Distribution Centers
SAWS closed their distribution stations on March 4 at 5PM. Click here for more information.
Other Helpful Resources
News and information from the City’s Office of Emergency Management.
Bexar County flood information and emergency road closures.
Outage Center Report or view current outages.
Download app for evacuation maps, safe routes, shelter info, and alerts.
Receive City of San Antonio text messages: text COSAGOV to 55000.
Should you require emergency assistance, call 911.
Managing Stress and Anxiety
Reunite with Your Breath
Lay or sit down in this 19-minute session as you learn to develop breathing techniques for stress relief, anxiety relief, and improved overall wellbeing.