Emergency Preparedness Resources

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management
http://www.fbcoem.org/go/doc/1528/2616214

Fort Bend County Emergency Alerts & Notifications
http://www.fbcoem.org/go/doc/1528/506723

Emergency Preparedness Essentials
http://www.emergencypreparednessessentials.org

American Red Cross
http://www.redcross.org

Harris County Regional Joint Information Center – Register for Local Weather Alerts
http://www.readyharris.org

Harris County Flood Control District Storm Center – Flood Preparedness Planning
https://www.hcfcd.org/storm-center

National Weather Service
http://www.weather.gov

Harris County Flood Warning System – Rainfall Totals
http://www.harriscountyfws.org

Houston TranStar – Traffic Information
https://traffic.houstontranstar.org/layers

Harris County Flood Control District – Bayous and Creek Levels
https://www.hcfcd.org

Federal Disaster Assistance
https://www.disasterassistance.gov

Find My Towed Car – Locating a Vehicle after a Flood
http://findmytowedcar.com/tvrmscitizen/mainpage.aspx

National Flood Insurance Program
https://www.floodsmart.gov/floodsmart

National Weather Service Hurricane Tracking Center
http://www.nhc.noaa.gov

Superior Public Water System Designation by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District NO. 146 (FBCMUD146) and its water utility operator, Environmental Development Partners (EDP), take great pride in providing District residents with quality drinking water through the operation of a reliable and compliant public water system as required by the State of Texas.  All Texas water supply systems are regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) which inspects and evaluates the construction and operation of public water systems.

TCEQ recognizes overall excellence in the operation of a public water system by designating a system as “Superior” if a system meets the stringent criteria set forth by the TCEQ.  To earn this designation, a system must meet and maintain a higher set of standards than are required of all public water systems. These standards, including excelled efforts in protecting public health, ensuring reliable operations and water supply for the system’s customers, compliance with regulatory requirements and environmental stewardship, are required to be deemed “Superior.”  In fact, at the end of 2015, only approximately 13% of community water systems in Texas had achieved a ”Superior” ranking, according to State records.

FBCMUD146 is proud to have earned this “Superior” designation beginning in 2015.  The District, through its operator, provides service to approximately 1900 homes, multi-family units and commercial properties within its boundaries.