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FEMA announced federal emergency aid has been made available to individuals/business owners who sustained losses in Fort Bend & Harris counties during this winter storm. Eligible individuals can apply by calling 1-800-621-3362 or 1-800-462-7585.
The City is contracting with WCA Waste Corp. to establish debris pick up for #MCTX residents in Harris County and residents citywide who live in restricted access communities.
To ensure pick up, residents must place their winter storm debris at the curb by 7 a.m. on the next four Saturdays: March 6, 13, 20 & 27.
For details on what items are considered debris and to see if your neighborhood is part of the new WCA debris service contract, please call their customer service at 281403.5800.
Missouri City citizens who are in non-restricted Fort Bend County neighborhoods, must schedule debris pick up through the County by calling 281.238.3499 or emailing WinterDebris@fortbendcountytx.gov.
Governor Greg Abbott issued a new executive order, rescinding the statewide mask mandate to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. The Governor announced that all businesses will be allowed to reopen at 100 percent capacity. The rules take effect on March 10th
The City has received many questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, from its safety to where and when residents can expect to receive their inoculations.
Missouri City is mostly in Fort Bend County, but a portion of the City is within Harris County as well. And, to ensure all MCTX citizens are educated on the number of cases, testing centers and other additional details on COVID-19, please see below.
Fort Bend County has partnered with Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital to offer a drive-through COVID-19 vaccination hub at Smart Financial Centre. Previously a COVID testing site, the hub is now open to vaccinate individuals age 65 or older and others who fall within the State’s Phase 1B guidelines. Patients will be seen by appointment only; walk-ins are not allowed.
Although appointments quickly filled up when registration opened this morning, the County is expected to receive more doses of the vaccine. To register or to learn more about the vaccine rollout, visit http://bit.ly/3pK2cMJ.
At last night’s Virtual Regular City Council Meeting, Fire and Rescue Services Acting Chief Mario Partida gave an update on the City’s COVID-19 response. As of Jan. 21, 2021, 4047 Missouri City residents have tested positive for COVID-19, with 748 active cases. Demand for the vaccine is high right now, but supplies are limited and the City is not a vaccination provider. The State is working to deliver additional supplies.
This week, Fort Bend County will get a one-time allotment of 30,000 vaccines. These doses were set aside for long-term care facilities but were not needed. The doses will go to Fort Bend County Public Health, Memorial Hermann and Houston Methodist in Sugar Land. It is unknown when the County will move to Phase 1C of vaccine distribution, as State officials will make that determination.
To watch Chief Partida’s update, click here