District Update

Good Morning Neighbors, Outside our levee system, early this morning, the river briefly rose to 55.19 at the Richmond gauge. As of 10:00am, the National Weather Service issued a revised forecast that shows the river has crested and is now beginning a slow fall which will continue through the weekend. The water level we see … [Read more…]

Good News!

  The National Weather Service has decreased the Brazos River peak to 56′ at the Richmond gauge. Best news of the day. We are still in emergency operations though until the river starts receding and are continuing to pump water out via the two pump stations. If you evacuated please do not return until you … [Read more…]

District Update

All in all compared to other Fort Bend County subdivisions, Telfair is fairing well.  We have had a lot of street flooding, but no reports of structural flooding.  Water is slowly receding, and we are pumping down the system as quickly as we can.  Our operator LMS is working full time feverishly to protect us. … [Read more…]

Evening Update

Good evening Telfair neighbors, it’s late in the day but our operator has been working to protect us from this unproven, devastating flood. The flood levels are at 800+ year levels.  We are one of the few areas in Fort Bend County not to be ordered to evacuate. Our system is currently operating as it … [Read more…]

Voluntary Evacuation Remains

Per Fort Bend County Judge Hebert, FBL 17 (“District”) remains under a voluntary evacuation.   The District continues to monitor the levees and facilities in the District.  At this time, all facilities are functioning as designed.  The National Weather Service is projecting the Brazos River will crest at 59’.  This is a record level and it … [Read more…]

Notice to Telfair Residents

Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert has just issued a call for voluntary evacuations of several subdivisions in Fort Bend County.  The Brazos River projections received by Fort Bend County from the National Weather Service indicate the level of the River at the City of Richmond gauge will rise to 59′.  These are unprecedented levels. … [Read more…]