Tropical Storm Beta is projected to make landfall near Matagorda Bay late Monday evening or early Tuesday morning, with tropical storm force winds being felt along the Texas coast as early as today (Sunday). The storm is a slow-moving storm that could produce a long duration rain fall event creating the potential for local street and flash flooding.
Fortunately, Fort Bend County is better prepared for a disaster than many other Counties in the nation. It only takes one catastrophic event impacting the Houston area to cause damage to your home or business. Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District NO. 146 (FBCMUD146) wants to help our community stay informed and prepare for the unexpected by providing you with information and useful resources that can assist you in your efforts. On the District’s website you will find numerous links to emergency preparedness websites and phone numbers that will help you not only plan for an event, but help you stay abreast of the event as it unfolds.
So please visit our website at www.FBMUD146.org and let us help you stay safe and prepared. Also visit the Fort Bend County Homeland Security and Emergency Management website to receive the latest emergency updates or sign-up for alerts from Fort Bend County.
August and September are peak months of hurricane season, which officially last from June 1st to November 30th annually.