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Bão tố và cuồng phong Harvey - 25.08.17



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Message ID <1504225892@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Thu, Aug 31, 2017 at 7:31 PM (Delivered after 13 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: MUD121 Evacuation Status Update


The county judge announced this evening that the MUD 121 has changed to voluntary evacuation.

You may find the official release at the following link: http://fbcoem.org/changes-to-evacuation-areas-in-fort-bend-county/
 
Please exercise caution if and when you decide to come back to the neighborhood. The river is still rising, but is not projected to exceed the design level of the levee. The levee and pumps are operating as designed. 
 
Also, just remember that a curfew is in effect from midnight till 6am. Please watch out for vehicles and report to the sheriffs office.  
 
I know everyone is wanting to get back to some level of normalcy, myself included. My wife called WCA (trash services) and received an automated message saying they are hoping to resume their operations on Monday. If you haven't put your trash cans on the curb, then no rush. If you have, I will make sure no letters are sent by the POA if you leave it out till Tuesday (haha!). 
 
We have been fortunate, but there are many who haven't. We encourage you to donate, volunteer, and help others through these tough times. 
 
Safe travels and looking forward to welcoming everyone home!
 
Greg Baird
MUD 121 President

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Message ID <1504104352@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Wed, Aug 30, 2017 at 9:45 AM (Delivered after 9 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Disaster Assistance


Good morning RPW,

The news is very good at the moment.  Harvey has veered east and there will be no more rain for awhile.  The levee is working as designed and engineers are monitoring it around the clock.  RiverPark West is still completely dry at this point.

All officials are working diligently to determine when it is safe to lift mandatory evacuation orders. I know that we are all anxious to return to our homes but we must encourage everyone to please be patient and heed the orders.  Please do not return to your homes just yet.

Since we don't yet know how much longer RPW will be impacted by these orders, I wanted to remind people again that FEMA assistance is available for Fort Bend County residents displaced by Harvey and the subsequent flooding.

Go to disasterassistance.gov and fill out the application.  Hotel assistance and emergency supply funds are available.   
(For reference, my family and I filled out the application yesterday and were approved within hours for hotel assistance through September the 25th.)

Thank you for your patience and incredible understanding,

Kelly Force
Community Coordinator

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Message ID <1504021918@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 10:51 AM (Delivered after 7 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: River Projection Update from MUD121


The latest river projection as of 9:37 this morning has reduced the max river level to 57.5 feet. This is great news and below the top of our levee, but we are not in the clear.  
 
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN.  
 
Leave the streets clear for those still evacuating areas in danger, emergency personnel, and maintenance crews.
 
Maintenance crews are working around the clock monitoring all levees for weak points.
 
Greg Baird
MUD 121 President

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Message ID <1503952476@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 3:34 PM (Delivered after 8 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: MUD121 Update


We have residents who have successfully evacuated, some still in route, and some staying in place. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone at this trying time.
 
For those still at home and planning on leaving, please be advised that many routes have high water or are closed, and more will close as rainfall continues and the river level rises. I've been watching the news constantly and there are shelters filling up and new ones opening; information is being updated and changing constantly. 
 
For those that are staying in place or who cannot leave, we hope the levee continues to hold. If the river does overtop it and the levee fails, we can expect 6 to 8 feet of water in all the homes in Riverpark West. If you live in a single-story home, please have preparations to make it to the roof or find a neighbor with a two-story home. The water level will rise very fast and you will have minutes to move to higher ground. Please prepare and be safe. Do not go into your attic. 
 
Be careful and use your best judgement.
 
Greg Baird
MUD 121 President

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Message ID <1503948111@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 2:21 PM (Delivered after 9 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Power Outage and Disaster Assistance


I hope that most of you have made it out of the neighborhood by now or are well prepared to weather potentially several weeks of isolation.  Please keep communicating on facebook and nextdoor your status and location.  This helps everyone stay in touch, know routes which may be open for evacuation, and find resources like food, gas, & water.  I have heard that drivetexas.org and the waze app are good resources for road closure information.  Fort Bend County is also keeping a list, however, available routes are quickly changing as the time window narrows for evacuation. 

I have been notified by Centerpoint that RPW is now without power.  This is the message I received from them:
 
CenterPoint Energy crews are currently working on a power issue at or near 22123 SKYRIDGE LN that is currently affecting approximately 5832 customers. No matter who you purchase your power from, CenterPoint Energy is responsible for delivering electricity to your home or business, and we appreciate your patience as we work to complete our repairs as quickly, and as safely, as possible. 
 
See an interactive map of current electric outages: http://CenterPointElectric.com/OutageTracker
Add or modify phone and text notifications:
http://CenterPointElectric.com/PowerAlertService
The sender provided the following contact information.
Sender's Name: CenterPoint Energy

Next item on the update list is disaster recovery assistance.  In order for Fort Bend County to receive FEMA relief, certain criteria must be met before the President can grant Federal Disaster status.  In a press conference today, Governor Greg Abbott announces that Fort Bend County, along with 18 other Texas counties had already met this threshold and were granted disaster status by President Trump.

What does this mean for RiverPark West?  It means access to federal relief programs including financial assistance with evacuation and temporary accommodations and recovery efforts.  

Visit disasterassistance.gov for more information on what programs might be available to you should you need it.

This will be the last update for today.  I hope to have an update from the MUD121 sometime tomorrow.  Greg Baird has worked tirelessly to keep the neighborhood updated with the latest information from the engineers in charge of the levee and with county officials. In the meantime, you can monitor the river height at https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=hgx&gage=rmot2

Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management is constantly updating road closures and making important announcements.  You can visit their site at fbcoem.org

Take care of yourselves and each other,

Kelly Force
Community Coordinator

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Message ID <1503923530@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 7:32 AM (Delivered after 1 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Evacuation information


Good morning RiverPark West,

We have been inundated with calls and messages, so I am providing the most detailed information I can find.  My thoughts are with everyone during this time.  I'll be available as much as possible.
 
People want to know what are the safe routes. While there isn't a safe route list, there is a list of road closures and conditions on the FBCOEM website at http://fbcoem.org/fort-bend-county-road-closures/ 
You may also visit drivetexas.org for route information.

Below is the press release with all the information about affected areas, maps, shelter locations, etc... 
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FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – Fort Bend County Officials and the Emergency Operations Center have been closely monitoring the water level in the Brazos River. The National Weather Service forecast indicates that the Brazos River will crest sometime Tuesday, August 29 in the late afternoon or early evening at an elevation of fifty nine feet at the Richmond gauge.
Judge Hebert said that “…a flood of this magnitude is an 800 year event and it exceeds the design specifications of our levees, and is potentially dangerous for a good portion of Fort Bend County. A fifty-nine foot river level threatens to overtop many of the levees in our area. As a result, I am ordering both voluntary and mandatory evacuations for many of the levee improvement districts along the Brazos River, based on all specific facts pertaining to each levee. ”
 
A voluntary evacuation means that you should consider leaving to head for a safer area. There is a chance that surrounding flood waters may hinder your ability to get in and out of your neighborhood. You may be stuck in your neighborhood for several days.
A mandatory evacuation means that there is risk to life and safety as well as property. There is also a risk to the lives of first responders who might be called on to rescue you when the expected danger materializes. During a mandatory evacuation emergency, personnel WILL NOT be able to respond to your calls for help. You will be on your own. You cannot rely on help from others.
 
A mandatory evacuation indicates the possibility of danger to your life. We urge you not to ignore it. If you are in a mandatory evacuation zone, do the smart thing: leave and be safe. Local law enforcement and the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office will patrol evacuated areas.
Pull up the interactive map to find out if your residence is in the evacuation area: https://fbcgis.maps.arcgis.com/apps /webappviewer/index.html?id= d1a054f74789410bbe35bed305c81841
 
The following areas are under a MANDATORY evacuation order:
First Colony LID #1
Fort Bend County LID #20
Fort Bend County LID #6
Fort Bend County LID #7
Fort Bend County MUD #115
Fort Bend County MUD #46
Fort Bend County MUD #49
Municipal Utility District #121
Palmer Plantation #1
Palmer Plantation #2

The following areas are under a VOLUNTARY evacuation order:
Fort Bend County LID #2
Fort Bend County LID #10
Fort Bend County LID #11
Fort Bend County LID #14
Fort Bend County LID #15
Fort Bend County LID #17
Fort Bend County LID #179
First Colony LID #2
Pecan Grove MUD
Sienna Plantation

Judge Hebert reiterated that, “If you are in a Mandatory Evacuation zone, please leave. If you don’t, you may be in danger and we may not be able to help. If you are in a Voluntary Evacuation zone, take steps to protect yourself, your family and your property and be ready to lose service and mobility for an extended period of time if you choose to shelter in place. In any case, begin your preparation now. Take steps now to keep safe.”
 
If you are under a mandatory evacuation order, take the following steps:
 
Determine a safe evacuation route
Pack essential items including medicine, important documents, and first aid kits
Take your pets (and pet food) with you
Secure your home by locking all doors and windows
Leave as soon as you are instructed to leave
Also be aware that mandatory evacuation orders are already in place for areas along the Brazos River that were impacted by the Memorial Day 2016 flood, and for low lying areas of the San Bernard River. There are also evacuations in place from the cities of Rosenberg, Richmond, and Simonton and a voluntary evacuation for areas around the Barker Reservoir.
If you are in a voluntary evacuation area, be sure you are comfortable staying put for several days and that you have enough food, water and other supplies to last at least a week.
 
There are shelters in the area.
Contact the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management at 281-342-6185 to find a shelter.
Red Cross shelter information can be found online: http://www.redcross.org/…/disaster-rel…/find-an-open-shelter
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Public Information Officer
Fort Bend County Emergency Operations Center
281-342-6185
Disaster Shelters | Find Shelters | American Red Cross
If you are in immediate need of shelter during a disaster, use our shelter map to locate your nearest options or contact your local Red Cross chapter.


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Message ID <1503894582@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 11:29 PM (Delivered after 7 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Urgent MUD121 Update - Mandatory Evacuation Issued


Fort Bend County Judge Hebert announced a mandatory evacuation of MUD 121 and surrounding levee districts tonight on the Channel 2 news at approximately 10:40pm.  The announcement can be seen at the link below:
 
http://ow.ly/ikDG30eIsdL
 
Waters are expected to rise through Monday and reach the top of our levee on Tuesday at 6pm.  However, many roads will be closed by late Monday.  This includes the Stavinoha bridge where Grand Parkway crosses the Brazos River.  Hwy 59 is shut down going southbound.  Please plan your route before you leave, have a full tank of gas, and take food and water.  
 
Please follow Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management on Facebook or their website fbcoem.org for road closures and more information.
 
Greg Baird
MUD121 President

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Message ID <1503878013@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 6:53 PM (Delivered after 7 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Important : MUD121 & Brazos River Update


Riverpark West Residents:
 
The latest river projections calls for the river to rise to 59 feet by Tuesday afternoon. At this level, it would likely overtop our levee. Please note that these are projections, and we are trying to obtain the best information. The county judge has the ultimate determination on issuing evacuation orders. I do not expect to hear anything until tomorrow. 
 
Please start preparations! We have time to plan and prepare and this is not an immediate danger. Again, this level is not projected till Tuesday afternoon and will likely change. 
 
I will try my best to post information as I get it from the county on contacts for assistance, available exit routes, etc. Please monitor the Fort Bend Office of Emergency Management on Facebook or their website for the latest information. 
 
Again, this is not an evacuation order. Please pass this information to your neighbors if they are not on next door. An email will be sent out through our POA. 
 
Greg Baird 
MUD 121 President
 
Gregory S. Baird, P.E.
Baird & Gilroy

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Message ID <1503765855@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Sat, Aug 26, 2017 at 11:44 AM (Delivered after 9 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Hurricane Harvey Update


Good afternoon RiverPark West,
 
Hurricane Harvey made landfall last night near Corpus Christi and brought rain and high winds to most of South Texas.  Tornado warnings were in effect much of the night and residents lost power briefly but it was restored by early morning.  It seems that we have survived the initial landfall largely unscathed.  Credit goes out to all of the well prepared residents of RiverPark West and the many professionals and volunteers who are part of the emergency response teams across our area.  Thank you for preparing and remaining calm.  Nothing is more encouraging than all those nextdoor posts keeping one another posted and helping out.  Well done!

Unfortunately our area is not yet out of the woods.  Flash flood warnings are still in effect and we will see additional rain fall over the next few days.  The Brazos River is projected to crest sometime on the 28th of August at or above the record height set in June of 2016.  

You can monitor Brazos River conditions in our area at the following link : https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=hgx&gage=rmot2

During the June 2016 flood, the RiverPark West levee still had approximately 4 feet of freeboard left. Remember that as the river rises out of its banks, the surface area increases dramatically. This means that the final few feet are much more difficult for the river to rise to than the first few feet. The district has levee inspections regularly and during flood events, the MUD closely monitors the situation, constantly checking river conditions, levee integrity, and the pump stations. The MUD currently sees no no issue with the levee as far as Riverpark West is concerned and will keep everyone informed in a timely manner.

Also, as the river level rises, our internal drainage will stop gravity flowing out and will start pumping the water out.  When this happens, our streets might not drain as quickly and may see some temporary street flooding.  We recommend moving vehicles, especially small cars, into the driveway.  This will also make room for emergency vehicle access through our streets if necessary.  
 
While RiverPark West is well protected, some areas directly surrounding the neighborhood are not. At the projected crest height Ransom Rd. will see flooding near the concrete plant as will the Richmond/Rosenberg area.

You can monitor high water locations across the greater Houston area via Houston Transtar at the following link: https://traffic.houstontranstar.org/roadclosures/roadclosures.aspx?typ=hw#highwater
*The list should be used for reference only as it may be incomplete.

Never drive through flooded roadways; just a few inches of moving water can sweep away a vehicle. Officials are asking residents in non-flood threatened areas to stay put and off the roads as much as possible over the next few days to minimize risk and make room for evacuations and emergency response vehicles.

Stay safe!

Kelly Force
Community Coordinator

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Message ID <1503588371@riverparkwestonline.org>
Created at: Thu, Aug 24, 2017 at 10:26 AM (Delivered after 10 seconds)
From: River Park West 
Subject: Tropical Storm Harvey


Good morning RPW -
 
Tropical depression Harvey has continued to gather strength and is expected to impact our area beginning tomorrow and continuing throughout the weekend.
 
As a precautionary measure, the association is cancelling the planned Movie Night and will keep the neighborhood posted on when that event will be rescheduled. (Thinking maybe a movie on the lawn in October w/ a Halloween theme?) The pool will also be closed this weekend and staff will be securing the area. We apologize for any inconvenience but we are adopting a "better safe than sorry" approach.
 
We encourage neighbors to be prepared for roadway flooding and loss of power. Precautionary measures should include food and water supplies for up to 72 hours, a full tank of gas, and cash on hand in case grocery stores don't have full power restored when you need something. Fill up your bathtub with water to use for flushing toilets and have some extra ice on hand to keep food cool. Charge up your cell phones. Finally, don't get lost in the hype. Chances are good that this will be just another summer storm here in RPW. Preparation is good but panic is not. Stay calm and help each other out. :)

Take care,

Kelly Force
Community Coordinator





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