Cold Weather Updates
This page was last updated 12/27/2022 at 8:24 a.m.
Stay Safe! See the following cold weather alert, information, safety tips and resources.
12/24/2022 (3:13 p.m.) According to the National Weather Service the cold will continue with highs staying in the 30’s and dropping to the 20’s overnight. The good news is that the highs for Christmas Day are in the 40’s and the temperatures will continue to rise throughout the week.
12/23/2022 (3:29 p.m.) Tips for thawing out a tankless water heater.
12/23/2022 (9:06 a.m.)
🎄⭐ Holiday Closure Reminder ⭐🎄
City Hall is closed today Friday, Dec. 23 and Monday, Dec. 26 for the Christmas holiday. The City will reopen with regular business hours on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
➡️ If you have an emergency, please call 911.
➡️ If you have a broken pipe and need to have the water turned off at the meter, please call Police Dispatch at 832-595-3700.
➡️ For any other non-emergency, you may leave a voicemail at 832-595-3301 and someone will return your call on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
12/22/2022 (3:15 p.m.) It's starting to get windy!🌬 In preparation for this cold weather and to ensure that our community stays safe, we're encouraging you to do the following things:
- Secure loose items such as Christmas decorations, outdoor grills, patio furniture, etc.
- Protect your people, pets, pipes and plants.
- Shut off exterior faucets, drain water from outdoor pipes and insulate them
- If you will be leaving for the holidays, consider turning off the main water supply to your home in case your pipes burst.
- Be sure you know where the main water supply to your home is located and how to turn it off should you need to do so quickly.
12/22/2022 (8:55 a.m.) All GFL Routes for Friday, Dec. 23 will run as scheduled.
12/21/2022 (9:55 a.m.) A warming center will be opened at Friends of North Rosenberg 1908 Ave E, Rosenberg, TX 77471 on Thursday, Dec. 22 from 5 p.m. - 8:30 a.m. Max capacity is 40 people. Transportation will not be provided.
12/21/2022 (8:45 a.m.) COLD WEATHER ALERT
All park restrooms and water fountains will be closed from Dec. 22 - Dec. 26 due to inclement weather. Restrooms will be opened and water services will be restored on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
12/20/2022 (8:29 a.m.) It should be no surprise that heating equipment, such as space heaters are the leading cause of house fires during the winter months. We will be reviewing safety reminders throughout the day so stay tuned.
12/19/2022 (8:14 p.m.) It looks like we are heading into a hard freeze for Thursday and Friday. We will be in the teens and for an extended amount of time. There is not a lot of time left to prepare to protect those P’s… PEOPLE, PETS, PIPES AND PLANTS
12/19/2022 (12:40 p.m.) We are fortunate here in Fort Bend County to not suffer from frequent frosts or freezes. However, if the temperatures turn to freezing, it is more economical to protect your landscape in advance than to replace it afterwards. Here is some great information from Texas AgriLife Extension - https://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/.../FrostsandFreezes.pdf so you can gather supplies now.
12/16/2022 (7:28 a.m.) Cold weather is on the way and freezing temperatures are predicted. You may want to take a little time this weekend to make sure you are prepared. Check your supplies to make sure you are ready to protect those pipes and plants.