Texas law contains no specific disaster-related exceptions from the general process of adopting city budgets and tax rates. However, a city may request the governor waive or suspend any budget and tax rate deadlines imposed by state law. See Tex. Government Code §418.016(e). The governor is authorized to waive or suspend such deadlines if the waiver or suspension is reasonably necessary to cope with a disaster. Id. If a local law, such as a charter requirement, ordinance or resolution, imposes a budget or tax rate adoption deadline on the city, the mayor may suspend such deadline if: (1) the city is wholly or partially located in an area declared as a disaster by the United States president or the governor; and (2) the mayor (or the governing body in the absence of a mayor) proclaims the city is unable to comply with the requirement because of the disaster. Id. at §418.1075(a). The deadline may not be suspended for more than 30 days after the date the mayor or the governing body, if applicable, makes the proclamation. Id. at §418.1075(b).