The storm water pump station final plat is receiving final City signatures and associated municipal permits with the project have all been obtained by the District.
The City of Missouri City has approved the final construction drawings and the District should receive the signed plans the week of March 29th.
Pending resolution of any last-minute design improvements along with project advertisement, bidding, and contractor award schedule; it is anticipated construction on the facility will commence early Summer 2021.
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.
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.