Most of you are probably keeping up with weather reports, but we wanted you to know our operator LMS is working closely with Fort Bend County and the City of Sugar Land to monitor the situation and is in emergency preparedness operations. We also are monitoring the Brazos River as it will start to rise over the next week. LMS will be pumping at our storm water pump stations as needed and do their best to keep our internal drainage levels at a minimum. Our streets are designed to carry some storm water to enable our storm water pump stations to catch up as may be needed in the next few days. There is a high possibility that winds may significant increase in the upcoming days and some areas may lose power. Debris could be a factor if the winds pick up and LMS is prepared to manage this as is possible. LMS will have tree trucks staged to help clear roads and pump stations should we need it. Our goal is to keep clear areas as needed, but not haul away debris during the event. If you see storm debris throughout your district we will coordinate with the City or County to handle clean up once the event is over.
LMS will be working round the clock to do everything they can for us and handle each problem as it arises.
Please be patient as we all try to handle the storm as best we can.
For additional up-to-date information, residents of the Telfair community may sign up for the City of Sugar Land’s emergency notification system by using the following link: http://www.sugarlandtx.gov/emergency. This system allows the City to communicate with residents via public telephone networks, text messages, as well as email.
You may also visit the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management at http://fbcoem.org/for additional information and to sign up for updates.