The City of Weston Lakes has many members
of our Emergency Response Team. If you would
like to be a part of CERT go to the city website
at cityofwestonlakes-tx.gov.

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NWS Tornado Watch March 28th 2018

posted Mar 28, 2018, 10:17 AM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management   [ updated Mar 28, 2018, 10:25 AM ]

The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Weston Lakes from 1200 until 9:00 PM.

NWS Advisory Jan 16 4:21 PM

posted Jan 16, 2018, 3:39 PM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

Travel
conditions on area roads, bridges and overpasses will continue to
be hazardous.Precipitation will be ending from north to south from 6PM through
midnight tonight. Hazardous travel conditions on area roads,
overpasses and bridges will continue tonight.

There will also be hazardous wind chills falling into the teens
areawide by this afternoon through tonight into Wednesday
morning. A wind chill advisory and hard freeze warning are in
effect for all of Southeast Texas.

Currently there are no active incidents

posted Jan 5, 2018, 11:02 AM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

At this time there are no active incidents within the City of Weston Lakes

Working With FEMA

posted Sep 11, 2017, 2:33 PM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

Working with FEMA

FEMA reps will be in our area very soon assessing the damage.  If you have not registered with FEMA please do so on line at www.disasterassistance.gov  or call 1-800-621-3362.   Anyone stating they are a FEMA rep should present federal ID.  They do not ask for money. FEMA local disaster recovery centers will be set up in our area and that information will be made available as soon as we get it.

HELPFUL WEBSITES AND PAMPHLETS TO REFERENCE

FEMA Publications: 

FEMA P-758, Substantial Damage/Substantial Improvement

Hazard Mitigation Assistance Guidance

Substantial Improvement substantial damage

Elevating your house

Increased cost of compliance coverage

Others:

disasterassistance.gov 1-800-621-3362

cdc.gov

epa.gov/safewater

fbcoem.org


sba.gov/disaster

Repairing a Flooded Home

CDC Flood

2017 Separating Your Debris

Flood_FIMA_Fact_Sheet_2015_508

After The Flood

posted Sep 2, 2017, 7:10 AM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

City of Weston Lakes

Incorporated May 2008

City of Weston Lakes

(281) 533-0907

ALERT

For those who suffered flood damage to your home, please follow the bullet points below. Failure to do so could result in a denial of your FEMA claim or flood insurance claim.

1. Call your insurance agent. A claims adjuster will come out to assess the damage. Be Sure to add the Claim Adjuster to your guest list.

2. Go on line and register with FEMA at www.disasterassistance.gov . FEMA will be in our area soon.

3. Take pictures of all damage, from every angle.

4. Document your recovery hours and the recovery hours of all the helpers.

5. Retain receipts on temporary repairs. DO NOT MAKE ANY PERMANENT REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENTS AT THIS POINT.

6. Retain receipts for lodging, meals and wages / income lost.

7. Prior to any permanent repairs or replacements the following must be done;

A.) New flood plain permit applications must be obtained and completed with the City of Weston Lakes. These applications will be available Thursday, September 7, 2017, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at City Hall. This is not a City requirement, it is a FEMA requirement.

B.) Mold mitigation certificate must be obtained.

8. Report your damage to Fort Bend County at www.fbcoem.org/report-damage/

9. We know you will have questions. On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, at 6:30pm, in the Weston Lakes Country Club - Library, the City of Weston Lakes will hold an Emergency City Council meeting to address flood recovery, please plan to attend.

Remember you can't have too much documentation; keep records of all recovery efforts.

Harvey Update 8/30/17

posted Aug 30, 2017, 2:59 PM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

Emergency Management Brazos River Update

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT Brazos River Update The Brazos River at the San Felipe Gauge appears to have crested at 3AM on 08/29/17. We are continuing to monitor the River here in the neighborhood. Update 16:30 08/30/17 The River did not change from the last report. Brazos River at Richmond Gauge (Downstream) is at 53.98 at 15:15. Update 15:30 08/30/17 The River rose approximately 3/4" in the last hour. The Brazos River at Richmond Gauge (downstream) is at 53.92" at 14:15. Update 14:30 08/30/17 The River rose approximately 1/2" in the last hour. Update 13:30 08/30/17 The River rose approximately 1/4" in the last hour. Update 13:16 08/30/17 The River is currently at 53.78 at the Richmond Gauge, which is downstream from us. UPDATE 12:45 PM 08/30/17 - The River rose approximately 1/2" in the last hour. UPDATE 11:43 AM 08/30/17 - The River rose approximately 3/4" in the last hour. Approx. 10:45 AM 08/30/17 We have been monitoring the rise of the Brazos River. It has been rising on average 1.5" per hour for the last 24 hours. Per the Fort Bend County OEM site, the National Weather Service has lowered the projected crest of the Brazos River to 56' at Richmond gauge. This is good news as this is significantly less than the 59-60' projected for Richmond gauge earlier this week.

Friday 7PM Hurricane Harvey Update

posted Aug 25, 2017, 5:44 PM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

At 700 PM CDT (0000 UTC), the eye of Hurricane Harvey was located by
reconnaissance aircraft and NOAA Doppler radar near latitude 27.8
North, longitude 96.8 West. Harvey is moving toward the northwest
near 8 mph (13 km/h), but its forward speed is expected to decrease
during the next couple of days.  On the forecast track, Harvey will
make landfall on the middle Texas coast during the next several
hours. Harvey is then likely to meander near or just inland of the
middle Texas coast through the weekend.

Reports from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft
indicate that maximum sustained winds remain near 130 mph
(215 km/h) with higher gusts.  Harvey is a category 4 hurricane on
the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.  Little change in strength
is likely before landfall.  Weakening is then expected over the
weekend while the center moves inland over Texas.

Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 35 miles (55 km) from
the center, and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 140
miles (220 km). 

Friday 7AM Harvey Update

posted Aug 25, 2017, 5:17 AM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

At 700 AM CDT (1200 UTC), the eye of Hurricane Harvey was located
by Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft and NOAA Doppler radar
near latitude 26.3 North, longitude 95.8 West. Harvey is moving
toward the northwest near 10 mph (17 km/h), but its forward speed
is expected to decrease significantly during the next couple of
days.  On the forecast track, Harvey will make landfall on the
middle Texas coast tonight or early Saturday.  Harvey is then likely
to meander near or just inland of the middle Texas coast through the
weekend.

Maximum sustained winds are near 110 mph (175 km/h) with higher
gusts.  Some strengthening is possible, and Harvey is expected to
become a major hurricane before it reaches the middle Texas coast.

Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 35 miles (55 km) from
the center, and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 140
miles (220 km).

TS Harvey Update Thursday

posted Aug 24, 2017, 6:39 AM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management   [ updated Aug 24, 2017, 6:43 AM ]

Tropical Storm Harvey is gradually strengthening as it moves NW
towards the Texas Coast. Harvey is expected to continue to strengthen
into a hurricane on Friday before landfall. The primary impact from
Harvey remains heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding for southeast
Texas, but there is also the threat for tropical storm to hurricane
force winds and storm surge along the coast. The most likely arrival
time for tropical storm force winds to reach the upper Texas coast is
during the day on Friday.
- Rivers and tributaries may rapidly overflow their banks in 
      multiple places. Small streams, creeks, canals, and ditches may 
      become dangerous rivers. Flood control systems and barriers 
      may become stressed.

NWS TD Harvey update

posted Aug 23, 2017, 8:37 PM by Weston Lakes Emergency Management

Tropical Depression Harvey has not moved much today but is expected
to strengthen as it moves NW towards the Texas Coast. TD Harvey is
expected to continue to strengthen into a tropical storm or hurricane
during the next couple of days. The primary impact from Harvey remains
heavy rainfall and subsequent flooding, but there will still be a
threat for tropical storm to hurricane force winds and storm surge
along the coast. The most likely arrival time for Tropical Storm force
winds to reach the Upper Texas Coast is during the day on Friday. 
Harvey is forecast to remain somewhere in the vicinity of S to SE Texas
through the weekend and will continue to pose a heavy rainfall and 
flooding threat into early next week. Coastal flooding will likely be 
an ongoing issue Friday through the weekend as tides will remain 
elevated. 

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