Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management is always preparing and planning for the next incident. We are looking to protect those we're responsible for: responders and you the public, and you should be looking to protect those you are responsible for, like your family, friends and pets.
Below you will find a number of links to preparedness resources, feel free to click on and bookmark any of the links below, they are yours to freely use.
If you have any preparedness questions for our office, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Know Your Winter Weather Terms ( External Link)
NOAA's NWS Cheat Sheet
January 5, 2010
Cold Weather Preparedness
Texas' DSHS YouTube Channel ( External Link)
Active Shooter Reponse Instructional Flyer ( PDF Document - 520.22 KB)
How to respond when an active shooter is in your vicinity
Disaster Simulation Game ( External Link)
July 8, 2009
Emergency Management Links
June 25, 2009
Develop a Family Disaster Plan
Keep It With You: Personal Medical Information Form ( External Link)
Although the "Keep It With You (KIWY) Personal Medical Information Form was designed for people who need care during disasters and similar situations, the tool helps individuals maintain concise personal medical records by listing medications, medical conditions, and other health related information. It is important for health care workers to have a simple and reliable way to learn information about past and new health concerns for people receiving help.
June 4, 2009
President Obama delivers remarks after a hurricane preparedness meeting at FEMA HQ
Emergency Kits For Texans With Disabilities And Special Health Care Needs ( External Link)