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TDECU’s commitment to Members:
we'll be by your side when disaster strikes

Disaster preparedness, recovery and rebuilding resources

Severe storms and hurricanes are a part of life on the Texas Gulf Coast. We’ve all certainly been through our fair share and know how unpredictable and destructive Mother Nature can be. At TDECU, we place the highest importance on ensuring you have convenient access to your accounts when you need them most. We have well-thought out and proven disaster procedures in place to deliver uninterrupted service and account access, no matter what comes our way.



Visit TXDPS.State.TX.US/Dem for tips on evacuation preparedness.


For updated evacuation information, visit Texas.gov and enter "Emergency Preparedness Portal" in the search field. Call 211 to register for transportation.

1 Credit approval required.
2 Some restrictions apply.
3 Some Allpoint ATMs may continue to display a surcharge screen during your Allpoint ATM transaction. If that happens, simply enter “yes” to accept the surcharge and proceed with your withdrawal. You will not be charged the surcharge and no extra fee will be deducted from your account.
Be ready for any weather event.

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