Services for Bay City, Wharton, Matagorda, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Harris, Montgomery and Waller County have been restored, for all Houston area sites, effective February 18, 2021. As always, the safety of our residents, crews and equipment are our priority, and we look forward to providing your service. With services being suspended Monday-Wednesday, we are anticipating higher-than-normal volumes being placed out at the curb and expecting some delays. In addition, the forecast is still forecasting cold, rainy conditions, but roads appear to be passable.
We continue to monitor all conditions and may have later than normal rollouts of our crews Thursday, morning. Our office and facilities remain closed due to the loss of power; Therefore, office staff, including customer service, will not be available. GFL appreciates your patience as we work through this together and are committed to the safest collection, transportation, and disposal of your solid waste and processing of your recyclables.
WCA/GFL Municipal Department
WCA/GFL Customer Service Department
At this time we have made the call to suspend services for Wednesday, February 17, 2021, and will continue to monitor the progression of the storm concerning Thursday service.
Due to severe winter weather conditions BayCity, Wharton, Matagorda, Fort Bend, Harris, Brazoria, Montgomery and Waller County services have been suspended. Due to safety concerns, WCA, a GFL Company, has made the decision to close all Houston area sites Monday, February 15, 2021. As the storm progresses through the Greater Houston Area, site closures might continue Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Please note, suspended services due to this storm will resume at our earliest convenience. Safety is our number one concern; we hope everyone is safe during this time. We thank you for your patience and continued trust in WCA/GFL.
Please take care and be safe during the storm.
Dear Fort Bend County Neighbors,
Fort Bend County encourages all of our eligible constituents to pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine. Although distribution has not begun, over 1,300 residents have already pre-registered at www.fbchealth.org. Please share this information with your friends, family, and communities! We hope to fight this pandemic and provide continuous support to our county as we start off the New Year.
Fort Bend County has experienced destructive high water events in the recent years. We must be prepared not only during Hurricane Season but all year round.
With this in mind, Fort Bend County Commissioner Ken R. DeMerchant would like to share some important Emergency Preparedness tips with our residents.