Fort Bend MUD 118 participates in the North Fort Bend Water Authority (NFBWA) Larry’s Toolbox Program. The program is designed to assist MUD’s in promoting water conversation. There are different initiatives we elect to participate in within the program term (yearly) that allows us to receive points. These points, if program requirements are met, can result in some savings through the next calendar year from the NFBWA. In 2018, FB118 participated in an initiatives to give away three rain barrels to residents within the community. Maheen Khan, Zenna Sumo and John Wisbrock were the lucky winners of this initiative. If you are interested in receiving a rain barrel or would like more information on the program, please visit www.nfbwa.com or call 832-467-1599.
The water fountains in the subdivision will be turned off during the proposed freezing weather over the next few days. They will be turned on as soon as the weather permits. Thanks for your understanding.
MUD 118 Directors
As you may be aware, we are expecting some heavy rain and the potential for some severe weather to move through our area starting today and overnight into Saturday. As a recap from the National Weather Service/Hydro:
- The rain will start in the evening hours on Friday (during commuting hours)
- The bulk of the rain will hit FBC between midnight and 6am Saturday morning
- Once the front moves through in the morning on Saturday, it will move through quickly
- Most of the impacts to FBC will be flash flooding of streets, creeks, and bayous with the potential for some damaging winds (remember: there are lot of holiday decorations in yards this time of year) and tornadoes
- We likely won’t see river impacts along the Brazos or San Bernardo until into next week
- FBC EOC is currently at Level III (Increased Readiness). The FBC EOC will likely move to Level II (Limited Activation) with a partial activation of the EOC in the afternoon on Friday (12/7/2018).
Emergency alerts, if any, and other information regarding potential flooding will be issued by the Fort Bend Office of Emergency Management, and may be monitored at http://fbcoem.org.