Hurricane season officially begins June 1 and continues through November 30th. As we enter the 2014 Hurricane Season, it is critical that everyone in our area becomes more knowledgeable about hurricanes and hurricane preparedness. During this week, we hope that citizens will begin to prepare by developing a family emergency plan.
Fort Bend County residents also have an opportunity to attend the annual Emergency Preparedness Workshop on May 30 at the Rosenberg Civic Center, presented by the County’s Office of Emergency Management. More information can be found at the Office of Emergency Management’s website.
For more information about hurricanes and being prepared, please visit Fort Bend County’s Office of Emergency Management website and be sure to ‘like’ FBCOEM on Facebook and follow the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management on Twitter to receive tips about Fort Bend County alert systems, evacuation information, resource kits, and other information on how to be prepared.
Fort Bend County is located in the Texas Southeast, immediately South and West of Harris County and the city of Houston. It is the home of over 600,000 people and is one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. For more information about Fort Bend County, visit the county homepage at http://www.fortbendcountytx.gov.
The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) was established to protect the residents and property of Fort Bend County from damage relating to disasters. The OEM accomplishes this through effective planning, preparation, response, and recovery. For more information about the Fort Bend County OEM, visit the OEM homepage at http://www.fbcoem.org.