Debris Removal

Due to the effects of Hurricane Beryl, Fort Bend County Road & Bridge is coordinating the collection and removal of disaster debris within Fort Bend County. Fort Bend County Road & Bridge will begin debris collection and removal beginning early next week. In order to recycle as many materials as possible, residents are asked to separate disaster debris into the following piles:

  • Construction and Demolition Materials
  • Electronic Waste
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • White Goods
  • Vegetative materials (trees, limbs, brush, leaves, etc.)


Normal Household Trash – normal household waste, recyclables and bagged debris of any kind will not be collected with your storm debris. Please continue to follow your normal garbage removal schedule.

Please note that this operation is ONLY for disaster debris. Please do not attempt to place garbage or other household refuse with the disaster debris, as it will not be accepted, and will delay your storm debris collections. Regular trash removal services in the community will continue as scheduled.

Please place the debris piles at the curb in the public right-of-way (not in ditches) in front of your home or business as soon as possible. Please do not block any public utility such as fire hydrants, water valves, road signs, etc. If properly separated, it will be picked up by crews.

Fort Bend County | Hurricane Beryl Recovery Information

Notice to Purchasers

The real property that you are about to purchase is located in Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District No. 19 (“District”) and may be subject to district taxes. The District may, subject to voter approval, impose taxes and issue bonds. The District may impose an unlimited rate of tax in payment of such bonds. The current tax rate levied by the District on property within the District is 0.4650 per $100 of assessed value.

Notice to Purchasers (PDF)


We have earlier communicated details about the new, upcoming Lost Creek Pump station with 200,000 gallons per minute (GPM) pumping capacity. The link below will help you understand the background of this new pump station.

The detail engineering and permitting process for this new pump station are now complete. The construction of this project will break ground in the month of July or August (2024).

Please review the three pictures of this planned pump station to get an orientation of the location of this new pump station.

The LID board is very excited about this project.  Once completed, the added pumping capacity of 200,000 GPM will provide significant additional flood resilience for the District and its residents.

Please contact us in case if you have any questions.