9/14 8:00AM UPDATE - Good morning, Fulshear! Hurricane Nicholas has passed over Fulshear through the night and has been downgraded back to a Tropical Storm. City Hall is open and all services are operational.
9/13 11:30PM - The City of Fulshear continues to monitor Tropical Storm Nicholas through the night. At this time, the City will resume normal business operations and hours beginning at 8:00 AM Tuesday, September 14th. Commercial trash/recycle pick-up will have a delayed start time.
To view the National Weather Service Houston update, click HERE.
9/13 6:00PM - Here is the latest video briefing from the National Weather Service Houston for Tropical Storm Nicholas from this afternoon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRTHCQaK7Eg
9/13 11:30AM - The City of Fulshear is actively planning and preparing for Tropical Storm Nicholas. All departments have come together to help in preparation for the potential heavy rainfall. Our goal is to help keep all of our residents safe. We have activated our Emergency Operations Center to Level 3 Readiness.
We will be keeping everyone informed throughout the event, so please check our website and Facebook for the latest information. More information will be posted later this evening.
Please secure your garbage and recycling carts and any bundled limbs/bagged yard debris. This will help with the possibility of the solid waste or yard debris blowing into the streets and block our storm drains.
To report limbs in roadways, fallen trees or other debris hazards, please contact Public Works at 281-346-1796.
If you come across a downed power line - stay away! To report a downed power line, call CenterPoint Energy at 713-207-2222.
If you encounter flooded roadways...Turn Around Don’t Drown! Drive on the inside lane of any two-way lanes. Please continue to monitor weather conditions and stay vigilant.