According to the County Office of Emergency Management, roads across the County will continue to close as the Brazos River continues to rise toward Richmond. Residents should remain cognizant of that, and stay off the roads, etc., lest you find yourself in a situation where
you are trapped.
Here near Fulshear, the County reports the river is still rising at the FM 1093 bridge in Simonton, as well as at the FM 723 bridge in Rosenberg. The City of Fulshear is monitoring levels at the pumping plant off of Winner Foster Road, and although the levels are stabilizing somewhat, we are still seeing a rise also.
Due to these unprecedented ongoing flooding concerns across the wider Brazos River basin, MANDATORY EVACUATIONS ARE STILL IN EFFECT FOR THE FULBROOK ON FULSHEAR CREEK AND LOWER BOIS D'ARC AREAS and the 7 PM TO 7 AM CURFEW REMAINS IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
The City of Fulshear remains in full emergency operations mode.
Regular services including utility and municipal court payments and dockets, permitting and building inspections, and garbage services are suspended indefinitely as we focus resources on the emergency response.
Please monitor the City's website and Facebook page for updates as the situation progresses. Take care of your neighbors and stay safe, Fulshear.
Please note, the curfew does not affect folks travelling back and forth to volunteer at the shelter, etc.