Leak Adjustment Request Form

If you have experienced a plumbing leak during the recent freeze event that resulted in an increased water bill, and you would like to request a bill credit, please complete the Leak Adjustment Request Form below.  The utility district will consider your request and, if approved, a credit may be given for usage as determined by the utility district. Documentation and/or photos to support the presence of a leak and its repair are required for consideration.  Completing and submitting the form does not guarantee any adjustments to your water bill. The Board of Directors for your utility district will determine if any adjustment is made.

Click here to complete the Leak Adjustment Form located on the District’s Operator’s website (scroll to the bottom of the page to complete the online form).

Fort Bend Vaccine Pre-Registration Information

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.

Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 25.36 and falling. The initial rise was due to the lower Brazos River Watershed receiving between 2 to 5 inches on December 30 and 31. We should see the Brazos River in Richmond fall out of Action Stage by the middle of this week. Based on the 7-day extended forecast, no flooding along the Brazos River through Fort Bend County is anticipated.

This Week

2021 has started with cooler with no rain since heavy rainfall fell to end 2020. We should continue to see sunny to mostly sunny skies this week giving the area additional time to dry before additional rain moves through ahead of the next cold front. High temperatures for the majority of the week will be in the mid to upper 60s before the cold front moves through bring highs to the upper 50s. Lows will be in the upper 30s to low 50s through the end of the week. Our highest chances for rain this week will be Wednesday and then again on Sunday as 2 cold fronts push through the region. Over the next 7 days, the lower Brazos River watershed, including Fort Bend County, could see less than 1.5 inches of rain.

Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 9.36 and slightly continuing to fall from rainfall Richmond received on Sunday. Based on the 7-day extended forecast, no flooding along the Brazos River through Fort Bend County is anticipated.

This Week

Sunday brought cooler weather with the Richmond area seeing between 1 to 3 inches since Sunday morning. The cooler weather will remain through the week with a mixture of sunny to partly cloudy skies. High temperatures for the majority of the week will be in the mid to upper 50s with lows in the low to upper 30s. We will see warmer temperatures into the weekend. Over the next 7 days, the lower Brazos River watershed, including Fort Bend County, could see less than ½ inch of rain.

Reservoir Status

Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 9.47 and falling. Based on the 7-day extended forecast, no flooding along the Brazos River through Fort Bend County is anticipated.

This Week

This week will be warmer than the last few days with sunny to mostly sunny skies for most of the week. Our temperatures for the remainder of the week should consist of highs in the low/mid-70 with lows in the mid-40s to low 60s. Overall, the lower Brazos River Watershed, including Fort Bend County could see less than ½ inch of rainfall over the next 7 days.

Reservoir Status

Weekly Brazos River Outlook

The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 10.79 and falling. The Brazos River peaked on Sunday morning after the lower portions of the watershed received between 3 to 6 inches over the weekend. Based on the 7-day extended forecast, no flooding along the Brazos River through Fort Bend County is anticipated.

This Week

After a wet weekend, this week should clear up with the return of sunny, but cooler conditions. A cold front has caused the NWS to place Fort Bend County and the surrounding area in a Freeze warning from midnight tonight through 8 AM Tuesday Morning.

After the initial cold weather today and tomorrow, our temperatures for the remainder of the week should consist of highs in the low/mid-50s to the mid-60s with lows in the upper 30s to low 40s. We do have another cold front moving through the region on Wednesday which is bringing higher rain chances Tuesday afternoon/evening into Wednesday afternoon. Overall, the lower Brazos River Watershed, including Fort Bend County could see between ½ to 1 inch of rainfall over the next 7 days.

Reservoir Status