Road Closures can be found on the Fort Bend County Road Closures page.
- County Clerk’s Office – Nothing reported
- County Courts – Nothing reported
- Brazos ISD
- Fort Bend ISD – FORT BEND ISD (September 20, 2020 as of 7:55 p.m.) – Fort Bend ISD is closely monitoring the weather conditions. If there are any changes to District schedules or activities, we will notify staff and families via our website, social media and mass notification system.
- Houston ISD –
- All HISD facilities and offices will remain closed on Wednesday, Sept. 23.
- District facilities are scheduled to reopen on Thursday, Sept. 24, pending road and weather conditions.
- Employees will be required to report to work remotely and remain available during regular duty hours.
- Employees who are required to physically report to work will be contacted by their supervisors.
- Virtual at-home instruction will continue as scheduled as long as internet connectivity and power remain intact.
- All Digital Learning Centers will be closed.
- Food deliveries at apartment complexes as well as curbside pickup – both scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 23 – also have been canceled.
- Katy ISD
- Lamar CISD
- Needville ISD -All Needville ISD classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
- Stafford MSD – All staff and students should stay home and work remote. No afterschool activities. No transportation. Meal curbside and pick up services are rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 24.
- Houston Community College – HCC is aware of and monitoring the tropical disturbances in the gulf. We will provide additional information as it becomes available.
Please check at hccs.edu/alerts for the latest information.
- Texas State Technical College – Nothing Reported
- UH Sugar Land – UH, including UH at Katy and Sugar Land, will continue remote operations for Wednesday, Sept. 23. All classes will be held online.
- UH Downtown Houston – The University of Houston-Downtown will continue conducting operations online on Wednesday, Sept. 23 due to widespread flooding associated with Tropical Storm Beta. Classes will be conducted online. Employees are instructed to work remotely.
- Wharton County Junior College – WCJC plans to go forward with operations Tuesday, Sept. 22 at all campus locations. Faculty and supervisors are expected to provide maximum flexibility for those unable to commute to campus due to the weather.