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911 Addressing

911 Addressing Database Maintenance Coordinator
100 West Buck Street Suite #303
Caldwell, TX 77836

Office Hours
                        8:00-12:00, 1:00-5:00   (closed for lunch)

Phone: 979-567-2007
Fax: 979-567-2371
Email: Burl_add@burlesoncounty.org

Physical Address Request Form

Please click on the link above and fill out the request form and return to the 911 Addressing Office. Return either in person, by mail or email to the address above. It would also be beneficial to take the time and sign up for Emergency alerts and notifications at this time. Click here for instructions from The Emergency Management Coordinator.

               Please remember that the more information you provide for the addressing assignment means quicker and more accurate addressing.                        Photos and GPS Coordinates of the entrance/ driveway is the point of addressing.

how to:  POST YOUR 911 ADDRESSING SIGN

Duties for Addressing Coordinator:

  • Establish city style addresses for rural areas by mapping the location with GPS
  • Maintain an accurate 911 addressing database (for location of telephones)
  • Maintain master street address guide (list of official road names with addressing ranges for each)
  • Provide verification to post offices of legitimate addresses

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Having your 911 Emergency Address placement correct and updated with current information, especially in rural areas, is the best way to make sure you can have help sent to you when you need it the most. Accuracy is key in the time of need.

Call if you can, But text if you cant!

Below is information as to why the need for 911

addressing in the Brazos Valley Region and what 9-1-1 Addressing is all about.

If you would like to find more information about 911 Addressing,

Please follow the links below.

 

Brazos Valley Council of Governments 911 Addressing

Text to 911 in the Brazos Valley 

NextGen911 is here! Updates and upgrade are being made now and changes may need to occur to make sure the information our PSAP has is accurate.