Emergency Information


Please note: Communications from FCCSA should be secondary to the messages passed from government officials via local TV, radio and emergency management websites.

Important Emergency Numbers/Information

    • Police and Fire Departments (emergency only): 911
    • Missouri City Police Department (non-emergency): (281) 403-8700
    • Sugar Land Police Department (non-emergency): (281) 275-2020
    • Chinese Hotline: (281) 686-2707
    • Centerpoint Energy (electric outage/downed lines): (713) 207-2222 or (800) 332-7143
    • American Red Cross: www.houstonredcross.org
    • Enable Fort Bend: www.enablefortbend.com or (281) 238-2514
    • Missouri City TV: Comcast channel 16; AT&T 7 U-Verse channel 99
    • Sugar Land TV: Comcast channel 16
    • Fort Bend Emergency Information Radio Channel: 1650 AM
    • Fort Bend County Health & Human Services (https://www.fbchealth.org/ncov/).
    • State health department COVID-19 website (https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/)
    • Centers for Disease Control (https://www.cdc.gov/)
    • 2-1-1: Shelter, Food, and Disaster Services
    • 3-1-1: City of Houston Police/Fire Departments
    • 7-1-1: Relay Texas helps individuals with speech and hearing issues stay connected during emergencies.
    • 9-1-1: Life threatening emergencies only. Please do not use this number to check for weather updates, flooded roads, power outages, or anything that is not an emergency.
    • 832-251-1874: Texas HOA Hotline
    • 1-800-452-9292: TxDot Statewide Road Closures and Highway Conditions
    • 1-800-525-5555: TxDPS Stranded Motorist Hotline
    • 1-800-621-3362: FEMA Registration
    • 1-866-908-9570: National Emergency Child Locator Center
    • 1-800-RED-CROSS: American Red Cross
    • 1-800-985-5990: Disaster Distress Hotline provides 24/7, 365-day-a-year crisis counseling and support to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.
    • 1-800-504-7030: State Bar of Texas (Legal Hotline)

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management

The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, coordinates emergency response and recovery, and collects and disseminates emergency information.

Levee Improvement District

Two levee improvement districts (LIDs) protect FCCSA residents. It is very important that you know within which LID your home is located.

FCCSA Subdivisions by LID

Community Links