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Posted on: June 30, 2015

Backyard Fireworks sponsored by HEB and West Columbia Parks & Rec Dept.

The West Columbia Police Dept's Blue Santa helpers are selling 50 cent hot dogs, $1 chili dogs & $1 Frito pies. Then enjoy an explosive musical fireworks display at 9:20 pm! Bring your family & friends, bring lawn chairs... Read on...

Posted on: June 30, 2015

City Offices Closed July 3 in celebration of July 4th

For utility emergencies, call the West Columbia Police Dept. at 979-345-5121.

Posted on: June 11, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update 3 pm on 06/11/2015

It is forecasted that Brazoria County could see 2-3 inches of rainfall. This could potentially affect Oyster Creek water levels in the Brazosport area and Bailey’s Prairie. Bailey’s Prairie residents can get updates for... Read on...

Posted on: June 8, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update 2 pm 06-08-2015

FM 1462 is now open. Please drive carefully through this area, there is still water on the road. Check the Brazoria County Facebook page and map for current road closures.

Posted on: June 7, 2015

Brazoria County Press Release about 2:45 pm 06-07-2015

Att this point the low lying areas of Oyster Creek floodplain should start to see some substantial relief. Prior to falling below 47 feet, residents along Oyster Creek and the flood plain will continue to see flood waters... Read on...

Posted on: June 6, 2015

Brazoria County Facebook update 8:30 p m 06/06/2015

As of 5:30pm today the National Weather Service reported the Brazos River level to be 51.27 feet. This is about a 2 1/2 inch drop over the course of the day. The National Weather Service has forecasted a slow recede, especially in the flood plain zones.

Posted on: June 6, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update at 1 pm 06-06-2015

Brazos River Update
. It will be around 48 hours before there will be a significant drop, according to the National Weather Service. Also stated by The National Weather Service was that they had underestimated the amount of... Read on...

Posted on: June 6, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update at 11 am 06-06-2015

According to the National Weather Service the Brazos River held steady at 51.46 feet over night. We are happy to report a slight descent (1.2") this morning.

Posted on: June 5, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update 1 pm 06-05-2015

They will need to include their name, address, phone number, email and whether or not you have flood insurance on property that has been affected by flood water.
This information will help us to compile information on the... Read on...

Posted on: June 5, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook Update at 8 am 06-05-2015

At 7am this morning the National Weather Service reports the Brazos River at 51.44 feet. It is forecasted that the Brazos River will start a slight descent today.

Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update 4 pm 06-04-2015

Also in this area due to the rising water CR 13 is completely closed. CR 23 will be closed to through traffic from CR 25 to CR 21. *Road closed ahead signs will be posted at SH 35 & CR 25 and at CR 23 @ SH 36.* Be careful... Read on...

Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook update 2 pm 06-04-2015

There are some residents along County Road 25 experiencing water in their homes and are without potable water.
County Road 42 between FM 521 and FM 1462 is closed. A voluntary evacuation has been issued June 4th for... Read on...

Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria Count FaceBook update at 1 pm 06-04-2015

Brazoria County Road closures. A map has been developed showing area road closures. Click on the link below.

Map of Current Road Closures
Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria County update at 7 am 06-04-2015

As the river water seem to continue to creep up, those in the affected area should stay alert to changes in their area. Please report any water over roadways in your area caused by rising flood waters to 979-864-1064.

Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria County update at approx. 11 pm 06-03-2015

The Brazoria County Emergency Management call center phones are routed to the Sheriffs dispatch to have someone available to answer residents questions 24 hours a day. You can call dispatch directly at 979-864-2392

Posted on: June 4, 2015

Brazoria County update 06/03/2015 8 pm

The forecast issued at 7:33 pm indicates the river will remain above 51 feet through 8pm Thursday. Residents in the affected area should remain vigilant as conditions can change quickly.

Posted on: June 3, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook Update at approx. 3:30 pm 06-03-2015

UPDATE ON COUNTY ROAD 25: County Road 25 is now closed from County Road 13 to County Road 18.A voluntary evacuation of this area is still in effect.

To Brazoria County FaceBook Page
Posted on: June 3, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook Update at approx. 1:30 pm 06-03-2015

If you live in this area please be careful and consider evacuating. Red Cross has a shelter open at First Baptist Church in Angleton. For more information call 979-864-1064.

Posted on: June 3, 2015

Brazoria County FaceBook Update at approx. 8:30 am 06-03-2015

NEW ROAD CLOSURE: County Road 25 has water over the road and is now impassable. County Road 25 is closed at CR 18 and CR 23.

Posted on: February 4, 2013

Emergency Siren Sounds - What's the Signal?

The city has a new emergency siren. You may have heard it go off in the last few weeks and wondered about the new sounds as to what they mean. A slow wailing is the fire department tone; a steady tone of approximately 60... Read on...



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