The City of Fulshear’s Public Works Department is responsible for the water distribution, wastewater/sanitary sewer collection and treatment, drainage, streets, public right-of-way, City Traffic Signals, City facilities and parks, Engineering and Capital Improvements. Over 90 miles of paved streets are continuously maintained, repaired, cleaned, and improved. The Streets and Drainage Division maintains all public streets, curb, signs, and signal and flasher units. The Utilities Division operates and maintains the City’s water and wastewater systems. The Engineering Division plans and programs improvement projects of City infrastructure throughout the City, including, but not limited to street overlay, redesigning of drainage and Utility facilities.
A high standard of permitting and inspections are maintained by professional City staff, who are knowledgeable in City Public Infrastructure Codes, This ensures provisions for the safety, health, welfare, protection and benefit of the whole Fulshear community. City facilities, grounds and right of ways are maintained by skilled crews and is a vital component of all City operations.Our well-maintained and state-approved water plants provide quality drinking water for the citizens of Fulshear and our wastewater treatment plants are compliant with sewage collection and treatment for the City, both at reasonable cost to customers.
Responding to our citizens is a vital part of our everyday activities at the City of Fulshear. To help better accomplish this goal, the Public Works Department relies on the Executive Administrative Assistant, to manage requests and concerns.
The Executive Administrative Assistant receives citizen inquiries and concerns and routes them to the correct Public Works Division. The aim is to serve the citizens by being a “one-stop” system for inquiries and requests. Our citizens are given the opportunity to express their concerns with assurance that they will be responded to and handled in a timely, appropriate manner.
If you have an issue, concern, or question about City Public Works services, we encourage you to contact the Executive Administrative Assistant at (281) 346-8845, or by visiting City Hall located at 30603 FM 1093 W from 8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, or 8:00 a.m., to 3:00 p.m. Friday , or email us at PWreq@fulsheartexas.gov For after-hour non-emergencies, you may leave a voice mail at the above number.
Public Works Director:
Sharon Valiante started her municipal career with the City of Missouri City from 1990 – 2015. She joined the City of Fulshear in the fall/winter of 2016 as the Community Services Director, implementing the formal steps to develop and build the city’s Public Works and the Development Services Departments. She was also part of the team to initiate and is currently working on the implementation of the City’s Water and Wastewater Regional Master Plan, the Livable Centers Study, and the Major Thoroughfare Plan. Sharon works diligently with her team to make sure that the citizens’ trust is uppermost as the Public Works staff continue to strive to meet the needs of the Fulshear community and the residents they serve.
Sharon is excited about the decision to join the Fulshear team and to continue her career in Public Works. She has provided the building blocks to give the Fulshear community a strong and efficient Public Works Department. She has worked in the Fort Bend County area in Municipal Government for the past 30 years, developing great relationships with TxDOT, Fort Bend County and many HOA communities.
Although Sharon is not a Fulshear resident, she has the “Fulsheartexas” at heart. She does enjoy living in the countryside of Bellville, TX, not uncommonly different than parts of our Fulshear community.
Public Works Director
Executive Administrative Assistant
Streets/Facilities/Parks Maintenance Staff:
Utilities Maintenance Staff:
John Michael Pena