Emergency Management

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management has requested damage assessment reports from within its jurisdiction.  The information will be communicated to the state as well help them prepare for future events and update their plan.  In order to support this request, the City of Weston Lakes Emergency Management is asking residents to provide the following information for Winter Storm Yuri and the most recent round of heavy thunderstorms that passed through the area on August 10, 2022.

Please provide the address, event, and type/nature of damage to your dwelling.


2468 Weston Drive, Thunderstorm 8/10/22, roof damage.

Please send the information to emcoordinator@cityofwestonlakes-tx-gov.

This information will be integrated into a spreadsheet to be sent to Ft. Bend County so they can share with the state.

The City of Weston Lakes is in the process of rebuilding our Emergency Management team.

We are looking for community volunteers to fill many positions. We also need volunteers to fill numerous spots in areas including command, logistics, finance and communications. We will also be rebuilding our CERT teams. Many Weston Lakes residents were part of our organization in the past and we invite you to use your experience to help out again. We also have many new residents who we would like to welcome to the team so that the community can benefit from the experience you bring with you. If you would like to be part of the emergency management team, know any Weston Lakes residents who might be interested, or would like more information about it please contact David Heslep at 281-505-8436 or emcoordinator@ cityofwestonlakes-tx.gov, or Jenni at citysec@cityofwestonlakes-tx.gov or call 281-533-0907.