Brazos River Update Jan 11, 2019

The Brazos River has crested at 46.5 and water levels are dropping at the Richmond gauge. Over the next 12-24 hours we should see significant river elevations drop throughout the entire county. As of this morning, all internal levels have been pumped down and are low enough to be below automatic float levels at our pump station. There is still rain projected overnight and into the morning, but the implications to our levee operations will be minimal. Rain totals we are seeing are just under an inch, but we will be prepared for more should the projections change.

For the most up-to-date information, visit the RiverPark POA, City of Sugar Land and the Fort Bend County Emergency Management websites at:

www.riverparksugarland.com

www.sugarlandtx.gov/emergency

www.fbcoem.org

LID 10 Notification

The Brazos River is expected to reach Richmond Gage Level of at least 44 feet, at which time the City of Sugar Land will close the Brazos River Turn-Around at the United States Interstate 69/Highway 59. The river is expected to stay at this level through the weekend. The forecast calls for additional rainfall starting on Friday. Please be aware of this notice and plan accordingly.

For the most up-to-date information, visit the RiverPark POA, City of Sugar Land and the Fort Bend County Emergency Management websites at:

www.riverparksugarland.com

www.sugarlandtx.gov/emergency

www.fbcoem.org