Join the City of Fulshear and Forever Fulshear for their annual Keep Fulshear Beautiful Fall Clean Up on Saturday, November 6th! We will have volunteers picking up litter & planting trees as well as a free drop off for electronic recycling and paper shredding! Read More
National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. We invite you to participate in the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in our city. Read More
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. For updates, click here. Read More
The city’s water operator, Inframark, will be performing a system wide flush of the water distribution system in Cross Creek Ranch on Monday, August 10, 2020 through Tuesday moring between the hours of 11:00 pm and 5:00 am.
Fulshear's Primrose Park is a work in progress but it is currently open to the public from dawn to dusk. Many great things are coming soon inside the park, but for now, if you would like to take a walk or hike, the trail is now available for your enjoyment.Read More
The City of Fulshear adopted a small business grant program for qualifying Fulshear businesses on May 19, 2020. This program will support our City of Fulshear businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19. Application details will be provided the week of 5/26/2020.
The City will host a Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, June 5, 2019, at 6 p.m. at the Irene Stern Center to gather input on the City’s economic development strategy. A fun evening of interactive activities are planned for those in attendance, along with a project update and overview.
The City of Fulshear is accepting applications for those interested in serving on City boards and commissions. Applications will be accepted through Wednesday, June 13, in anticipation of appointments being considered at the regular June 19 City Council meeting.
UPDATE: To avoid any potential early voting disruption, the “State of the City of Fulshear” will begin at 7 p.m. on Tues. May 15.The address will be followed by the regular City Council meeting which will include a reception for the transitioning City Council members.
On May 15, City Council will officially declare the results of the May 5 general election for Mayor, Councilor At-Large, and Councilors for single-member Districts 2, 3, and 4. A candidate withdrawal has removed the necessity of a special election in the At-Large race.
Keep Fulshear Beautiful will hold a spring community beautification event Saturday, April 21 beginning at 9 a.m. at Fulshear City Hall. Come join your friends and neighbors to help Keep Fulshear Beautiful!
Fulshear City Council officially adopted a Strategic Plan at their March 20, 2018 City Council meeting. The plan helps provide leadership continuity by building on key, consistent elements of the community’s values and vision.
City Council is calling for interested residents to fill a vacant City Council At-Large position with a term expiring in May 2019. Applications are available here, and the deadline is 5 p.m. Monday, April 2, 2018.
Effective Jan. 1, 2018, the NFBWA's mandated surface water pumpage fee, reflected as a separate item on your water bill, was increased. This fee is paid directly to the NFBWA and is used to design, build, and operate new infrastructure to deliver water to our City.
Council heard a presentation at their February 6, 2018 Special Meeting by Verdunity, Inc. on the impacts of past, present and future development on the City’s service costs. Click here for more information. Read More
The Fulshear City Council met in special session on Tuesday, February 6, 2018, to consider several items including a presentation on the fiscal impact of development as well as appointing and Acting City Manager. A brief recap of the meeting follows.
TxDOT contractors have begun work to clear rights-of-way for the first segment of the FM 1093 II project. This work entails the relocation of utilities as well as the clearing of the old railroad corridor. TxDOT's contractor for the project is Webber Construction.
We have received notice that WCA will NOT be running garbage routes tomorrow, Wed., for safety reasons. They have, however, committed to a special pickup on Saturday, January 20, which will include recycling and household garbage. Thank you for your patience!Read More
Fulshear City Council met in special session October 22, 2017, to consider several items of importance including group homes, annexation, and an agreement in connection with the departure of the city manager.
The City of Fulshear announces the departure of its first City Administrator/ City Manager, CJ Snipes. Mr. Snipes has served in his capacity since September 2010. Assistant City Manager, Paula Ryan, M.A., will serve as Interim City Manager.
The City Council will join the City of Fulshear Development Corporation (Type A) and the Fulshear Development Corporation (Type B) boards in a joint meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 12, 2017 at the Irene Stern Center, 6920 Katy-Fulshear Rd, beginning at 6:15 p.m. Read More
URGENT NOTICE FOR BOIS D'ARC RESIDENTS: Due to flood water levels in the general lower Bois D'Arc area, residents need to ensure they DO NOT DRINK WATER UNTIL PRIVATE WELLS HAVE BEEN TESTED FOR CONTAMINATION - EVEN IF YOU DID NOT HAVE WATER IN YOUR HOME. Read More
The safety of our residents is our utmost concern. As we begin to recover from Harvey, we wanted to provide information on the general risks associated with re-entering disaster and flood areas. More info. here on our Disaster Recovery Information page. #staysafefulshear Read More
The City's Emergency Operations Center is still operational 24/7, however, the main phone line will now be manned from 8 AM to 6 PM only. The curfew is now modified to be 10:30 PM to 7:00 AM. Read More
Due to flooding 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 CURFEW REMAINS IN PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Please read the full story for more details.
The necessary repairs were completed today on the Cross Creek Ranch water system, and water service has now returned to normal. Residents may resume normal use. Thank you for working together to conserve during the repairs! Read More
The City's waste service provider, WCA, has advised that garbage services have been cancelled at least through Thursday due to the flooding situation. We will post updates as they are available. Thank you for your patience. Read More
We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the donations already received at the Fulshear Red Cross Shelter, however, we are also over-supplied! PLEASE DO NOT DROP ANY MORE DONATIONS OFF AT THIS TIME! Read More
The City has issued a mandatory evacuation for all of Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek and resources are now in place to begin the evacuations. Residents should stay patient and remain where they are until directed otherwise by law enforcement. Call (281) 346-2202 or (281) 346-1796 with questions. Read More
There is no change in status to the Cross Creek Ranch water system today. The City is working diligently with our service provider to resolve the issue, however we still need the assistance of residents. Please see the full news item for more details on the status. Thank you for your patience. Read More
The initial round of evacuations and rescues for Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek has been completed. Resources will be available in the area until 12:30 p.m. Residents who might have changed their minds about evacuating should contact public safety officials ASAP.Read More
The City has been closely monitoring the flooding situation in the County. Currently, roads are passable from FM1093 to FM 359, and from FM 359 to I10 westbound. We strongly encourage our residents to take this opportunity to safely leave their homes before that opportunity passes.Read More
THE CITY'S WATER SYSTEM (including the system serving Cross Creek Ranch) IS CURRENTLY FINE. We are actively monitoring all City systems on a continual basis. Please contact us directly at (281) 346-1796 with any concerns.Read More
The City has extended the disaster curfew order to 7 PM to 7 AM. Even outside of these hours, the City is strongly encouraging folks to stay off the roads so that public safety officials can focus on prioritized needs. Read More
August 27, 2017 – 7:30 PM: In the interest of the public safety, the City has issued a mandatoryevacuation for residents in the lower Bois D’Arc area for Lea, Penn, Terry, Oak, Shady, Country, and Red Bird Lane along with Bois D’Arc Lane south of Walker Lane. Read More
Dixon Road has become impassable at Huggins Road. The City is issuing a voluntary evacuation for residents in the area and encouraging them to evacuate as properties north of Huggins Road are now inaccessible to vehicular traffic.
Aug. 26, 2017: The City is issuing a voluntary evacuation for residents in the Red Bird Lane area and encouraging residents to take advantage of breaks in the storms to safely evacuate their homes. Click here for more information. Read More
It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Michael "Matt" Patrick Ryan after a courageous battle with cancer.Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Paula, our assistant city manager, and their son Jake and all his family. Read More
The Fulshear City Council met in regular session Tuesday, June 20 and approved a resolution officially designating a “preferred last line” for addresses falling within the City of Fulshear’s city limits and extraterritorial jurisdiction. Read More
City Council to consider board appointments, addressing during regular meeting Tuesday, June 20. The Council will meet at the Irene Stern Community Center, 6920 Fulshear-Katy Road beginning at 7:00 p.m. Read More
Population and Survey Analysts (PASA) has released an analysis of the Census Bureau Population Estimates which reveals that Fulshear's population grew by 35.3% from 5,855 to 7,925 residents from July 2015 to July 2016, making it the fastest growing city in the State.
January 17, 2017 Court Decision on the City's 1205 Lawsuit
The City's 1205 Lawsuit seeking the abilit to issue debt was held this morning in Austin and the City has prevailed in its ability to issue Certificates of Obligation. For more information please click here.
Fireworks are fun to watch, however, they can be a large threat to your friends and neighbors in many unseen ways. Additionally, FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF FULSHEAR and violations are punishable by a fine up to $2,000 for each offense.
In connection with City Council's proposed issuance of certificates of obligation, the City filed a lawsuit in Travis County District Court seeking a declaration that the certificates would be legal and valid due to existing agreements with MUDs in Cross Creek Ranch and Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek.
This message is to provide an update on the Fulshear water system. You may have noticed a continued slight odor which is not uncommon for new water wells in the region. The City is working to address this problem. Please continue reading for more information... Read More
The meeting to discuss potential solutions to the Red Bird area Flooding issues will be held on Monday October 10, 2016 @ 6:30 PM at the Irene Stern Center. Read More
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
City of Fulshear Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Budget The City Council of the City of Fulshear will hold a Public Hearing on a proposed General Fund Budget for Fiscal Year 2016/2017 in a meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at the Irene Stern Community Center, 6920 Katy-Fulshear Road
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS LIMITED-PURPOSE ANNEXATION OF PART OF WALLER COUNTY ROAD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 1 BY THE CITY OF FULSHEAR, TEXAS
Thank you for your continued patience and water conservation efforts. Updates on the City's water plant improvements will be chronicled here, with the news title being updated with the date of the most recent information. Please keep checking City's website for updates.
Fulshear works with health officials to monitor and combat mosquitoes. Traps are placed in locations in and around Fulshear for testing. Notification was received of a positive West Nile Virus result in mosquitoes trapped near downtown, and the County has begun to spray accordingly.
The City is undertaking a water meter installation project that is anticipated to last at least through the summer. Contractors will be in neighborhoods preforming this work and will be readily identifiable. Please direct questions to (281) 346-8830.
The City of Fulshear understands the value of maintaining its history and honoring its founding families. We would like to clarify the City’s actions and intentions related to Frances Smart Park and the relocation of the Historic Section House (aka Switch House).
June 20, 2016 - 2:30 p.m. : Due to an equipment failure, the City is requiring minimal water usage for residents and businesses in Old Town and Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek until further notice.Read More
Given the tragic event involving an alligator and child in Orlando, we want to remind residents that alligator attacks are exceptionally rare and that the best way to avoid such incidents is to avoid interacting with alligators. Read More
The City does not currently have a tree protection ordinance in place, however, City Council has appointed a citizen advisory committee that is working diligently to draft regulations for consideration.
The City is back to normal operations and residential garbage collection will occur today, Wednesday, April 20, as scheduled, with the exception of the Red Bird Lane area, which is still not accessible for garbage collection.
Keep Fulshear Beautiful will host a family-friendly Citywide beautification event starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 9. Come out to enjoy the beautiful weather and commune with neighbors as everyone works together to further beautify Fulshear!
The City of Fulshear recently adopted a revised Fireworks Ordinance. The sale and discharge of fireworks within the City Limits is still prohibited while the storage and transportation are now permissible. Read More
Has the latest video game console unboxing from YouTube got you feeling down? Are you tired of binge watching Netflix? Maybe Amazon Instant Video isn't your thing anymore? Why not delve into something with a little more impact close to home? Read More