The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reported that the water levels within the Barker Reservoir in northeast Fort Bend County are beginning to impact residential roads within the reservoir in Fort Bend County.
As advised on Saturday, residents should be aware of the following road conditions:
Roads in Canyon Gate and east Cinco Ranch are now receiving overflow flood waters.The first roads affected will be east of S. Mason Road. The waters will rise backwards from the reservoir in an area roughly south of Westheimer Road and east of Grand Parkway (SH 99).Please do not drive on these impassable roads. Turn Around, Don’t Drown.
Again, the potential impact of these flood waters may impact several thousand homes in the Barker Reservoir in Fort Bend County, including the following neighborhoods and subdivisions:
CANYON GATE, all sections;CINCO RANCH, following sections (Bayou Park Estates; Cinco Forest; Equestrian Village; Fountain View; Greenway Village; Institutional Core; Southpark; Meadow Place; North Lake Village; Plaza Subdivision; West, Section 7; Willow Fork);GRAND LAKES, all sections;KELLIWOOD (Courts; Fairways; Greens; Links; Park; Pointe; Terrace);RICEFIELD VILLAGE; WILLOW FORK (Greens, Section 1).
Should you need below are numbers to First Response as provided by the City of Houston government. Remember to stay put if you are in safe, dry place and only call911 for EMERGENCIES only (evacuations/rescues).
Police, Firefighters, ambulance.
911- Or 713-884-3131
City Of Houston (Emergencies)
311 or 713-837-0311
FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency)
Office Of Emergency Management
Houston American Red Cross
713-526-8300 or 1-866-526-8300
Non Emergency Houston
Houston Center: National Guard
281-464-4854 or 4855 or 4856 ext 55