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Fort Bend County
Fort Bend County set to complete final storm debris pick up
Press Release
Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Fort Bend County Contractor to Complete Third & Final Storm Debris Pick Up Sweep; Place Items on Curb by Thursday, Oct. 12

As a reminder, Fort Bend County, not Missouri City, continues to manage storm debris pick up. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and its devastating effects on the community, City officials have been partnering with the County to provide residents with up-to-date information about storm debris collection plans.

Fort Bend County’s contractor in charge of picking up storm debris has completed two of its three scheduled sweeps. The third and final sweep is being scheduled for next week; City crews are going to canvass neighborhoods to identify any remaining debris locations on Thursday, Oct. 12. In order for staff to identify where pick-up areas are, residents must place all remaining storm debris out by the curb before Thursday morning.

For those with gated areas in your subdivision, email HOA Liaison Kelly Matte at to request a form that you may complete and return to her. Once the form has been returned, it will be forwarded to the appropriate party, facilitating the process for County dump trucks to enter and dispose of the debris.

It is very important a gate code be provided or the gates are left open ...
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Residents are asked to park vehicles away from solid waste pickup areas to assure trucks and crews have access to collect disposable materials.

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