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Emergency Management
Sugar Land Emergency Management
Coordination of preparedness, response and recovery efforts between City departments, citizens and surrounding communities.

Zika Virus
Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile Virus There are currently two (2) confirmed cases of Zika virus in Fort Bend County. All cases have been from traveling to a region that has a Zika Outbreak.  Visit FBC HHS for more information.

Learn more about the Zika virus and take preventative measures to protect yourself and loved ones.


Swimmers and Water Skiers Beware

The Texas Department of State Health Services is reminding swimmers and water skiers to take precautions to avoid infection from Naegleria fowleri, an ameba present in nearly all rivers, lakes, ponds and streams.

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100 Year Rain Event
Sugar Land received 11 inches of rainfall on May 30, 2015 a record for our area. Our community did not experience damaging floods as other parts of the region did. But this was not by accident.

Education and Resources
Emergency Preparedness Guide
A comprehensive guide on what to do before, during, and after an emergency situation.

Emergency Notification System
Sign up and ensure you receive urgent community alerts.

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Contact Us
10405 Corporate Drive
Sugar Land, TX 77478

Ph: 281-275-2853
Fx: 281-275-2336

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