Texas Stores Bracing for Impact of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey Update (August 28th, 2017):

All of the MobilityWorks Texas stores are open for business on Monday morning. Please contact your local Certified Mobility Consultant or our Client Care Center with any questions.  For scheduling a service appointment, please call 1-877-275-4912. 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the families affected by the storm. 

San Antonio and Selma Texas Locations to Close on Saturday in Preparation for Heavy Winds, Flooding and Power Outages

To prepare for the inevitable winds, rain and other effects of Hurricane Harvey, our San Antonio and Selma Texas stores will be closed this Saturday, Aug 26, 2017. Our plans are to be open again on Monday, or as soon as possible, depending on the severity of damage and power availability.

For those clients who are in the path of the storm and bracing for the impact as well, we urge you to follow all local and state government’s authority’s request to evacuate when necessary. You should have plenty of clean water available, flashlights, a batter powered radio for alerts, non-perishable food items and blankets.

At midday on Friday, tropical-storm-force winds were already occurring along the middle Texas coast, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC). A sustained wind of 43 mph and a wind gust to 48 mph were recently reported at the Bob Hall Pier near Corpus Christi, Texas.

To all of our friends in the Corpus Christi, Houston and other Eastern Texas areas in the path of the storm, please be safe and be careful. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Contacting Our San Antonio and Selma Staff

If you are a client and need to get in touch with our San Antonio or Selma personnel, please call our Client Care Center at 1-877-275-4907 and we will relay messages to them as best we can.  You can also write to us electronically at Contact Us. A chat feature is also an option when visiting our website.

To learn more about the Hurricane Harvey and updates on its path, please visit the National Hurricane Center website or The Weather Channel.