Fort Bend County Mourns the Unexpected Loss of Constable Ruben Davis

 FORT BEND COUNTY – It is with great sadness that the Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Constable’s Office reports the passing of its leader Ruben Davis, Jr.  Constable Davis led the Precinct 2 Constable Office for more than two decades. Constable Davis passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 in the early morning hours at age 61.  Since May 1996,…


Toni Wallace Appointed Interim CCL 5 Judge

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – On November 10, 2015, Fort Bend County Commissioners Court unanimously named Toni Rencher Wallace as the interim judge of the newly created County Court at Law #5 effective January 1, 2016.  With a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the South Texas School of Law, Ms. Wallace is a practicing attorney and currently employed with the Fort…


Fort Bend County Judge Welcomes Chinese Law Enforcement Cadets

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – On January 7, 2016, County Judge Bob Hebert joined Rosenberg Police Department in welcoming  nine law enforcement cadets from the Zhejiang Police College in Hangzhou, China.  The cadets are visiting the Houston area as a part of an international exchange through Sam Houston State University,  of which Rosenberg has been a participant for the last…




Fort Bend County Offices Closed April 18th 2016

​Due to continued inclement weather conditions, Fort Bend County will be closed today, April 18th, 2016. Please check http://www.fortbendcountytx.gov for updates or https://twitter.com/fbcoem?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw​ Thank you, Beth Wolf


Fort Bend County Judge Declares Local State of Disaster

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert has declared a Local State of Disaster due to the ongoing rain causing dangerous driving conditions and the threat of river flooding.  Citizens are encouraged to stay home during this ### **Please visit http://www.fortbendcountynews.info for more information pertaining to local events and updates.**


FORT BEND COUNTY MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND BRAZOS RIVER FORECAST

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management is currently monitoring the rain activity North of Fort Bend and has established a strong possibility of local Brazos River Flooding due to the watershed from the northern areas of the river near Hempstead and San Felipe.  These Northern gauges are currently measuring at historic levels. Weather forecasts…


RESCUE OPERATIONS ONGOING AS RIVER LEVELS CONTINUE TO RISE

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – Fort Bend County, TX – The Brazos River rose above record levels last night and continues to rise. The river is already two feet over the record in Simonton, a level not seen in over fifty years. “The river is already two feet higher in Simonton than it was in the 1994 floods,” says Mark Vogler,…


Game Room Regulations

FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – On Tuesday, September 8, 2015, Fort Bend County Commissioners Court adopted regulations that will provide Fort Bend County public safety officials with the necessary tools for monitoring game room operations.  These rules became effective September 8th and will require a permit issued by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office in order for the facility to open…