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City officials and staff has received several inquiries regarding warming centers, water notices, open gas stations or food establishments, office closures, solid waste service, price gouging and more. To address these concerns, staff compiled this list of frequently asked questions:
Yes, the City opened a warming center at the Recreation & Tennis Center, 2701 Cypress Point Dr. For hours and other details, Click Here.
Thanks to all residents and partners who donated already; however, there is no additional need for donations at this time.
Please see current MUDs with boil water notice below:
For more details, Click Here.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends that families with boil water notice should follow:
Boil Water Notice events typically run a course of at least five to seven days on average. So the current notices will be in place throughout the weekend.
Yes, even though power is back in most areas, it is essential to conserve energy as the power grid is fragile and if consumption is too high, there could be more outages.
As of Feb. 18, 6 p.m. the City has no road closures.
Some symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning to watch for are:
Not at this time.
No, all non-essential offices are closed on Feb. 19 and will resume normal operations on Feb. 22. This includes:
Beginning Friday, Feb. 19, the Grille and the Golf Shop will have normal hours beginning; however, the golf courses will only open as weather permits.
Below are some of the gas stations that are open as of Feb. 18:
To see a list of food establishments that are open as of Feb. 18, click this link: Open Food Establishments
Mostly all MCTX grocery stores are open but with adjusted hours, supply limits and some with no cold/freezer items due to power outages.
Fort Bend ISD and Houston ISD campuses and facilities will be closed on Friday, Feb. 19.
Fort Bend County COVID-19 vaccination sites will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on Feb. 19 and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Feb. 20.
The Municipal Solid Waste provider WCA Waste Corp. has resumed services Thursday, Feb. 18. Residents are encouraged to place containers out by 7 a.m. on their scheduled pickup days. For additional updates, please call their customer service at 281.403.5800.
METRO Houston resumed limited essential trips on Feb. 18. For more details, call 713.739.3823.
No, but below are some plumbers who are registered with the City:
Fort Bend residents may report to 832.471.1600 and Harris County residents may text complaints to 346.354.7459.
Yes, residents may submit damages to the state or to their respective counties. See links below:
State of Texas | Fort Bend County | Harris County
As of Feb. 20, 2021, there are no individual assistance from Federal Emergency Management Agency in place for this winter event. However, it may be available later and all official information regarding FEMA assistance will be shared by the official local agencies.
FEMA is also warning citizens to be aware of scams and fraudulent claims; please do not share/submit vital information to anyone claiming it is for FEMA assistance.
Please list of potential resources provided by the Greater Houston Builders Association:
For more information about Missouri City, please watch the City website: www.missouricitytx.gov, like us on Facebook—fb/MissouriCityTX, follow us on Twitter and Instagram—@MissouriCityTX, and watch Missouri City Television (Ch. 16 on Comcast and Ch. 99 on AT&T U-verse).
Updated: 2.20.21 9:30 a.m. | All new updates are marked in italics.