Beauti-Fulshear is a community organized group of individuals that want to see City of Fulshear thrive. Our goal is to help citizens that need assistance with their personal property. We are dedicated to finding assistance from property maintenance issues to code compliance issues. Year 2011 is our first year and we have seen a lot of support from the community. We are very excited to see this program continue, anyone that wants to volunteer and help Fulshear is welcome to join. For more information or our next meeting date contact Michelle Morris.
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Current Project: Smoke Detectors
We would like to see all citizens who live in the City of Fulshear city limits,who has need of smoke detectors in their home please call 281-346-1796 ex 17 with your address and phone number and best time that you are home. The City of Fulshear Code Compliance Officer and the Fulshear/Simeonton Fire Department will come and install the smoke detectors for you in your home. The Smoke Detectors were made available to the City of Fulshear by Fort Bend Corps.
Group 1 - Keep Fulshear Beautiful - August 2011
Fort Bend CORPS
Fort Bend CORPS exists to revitalize low-income housing and neighborhoods in Fort Bend County by engaging public/private partnerships and community involvement. They help with improving the quaility of life in each home they assist from Programs such as: Energy Efficiency, Interior repair, Hearts & Hammers, Roofs over Fort Bend, and Neighborhood Clean-up. Go to the follwoing link for more information. http://www.fbcorps.org/
The City of Fulshear is proud to be a member of the Keep Texas Beautiful campaign and annually selects a special project specifically for the beautification of the City. Generally in the spring of every year, city employees, council members and volunteers from the community gather together planting flowers and shrubbery in an effort to make Fulshear more appealing.
If you are interested in participating in the beautification of Fulshear, please contact Michelle Kirchner at 281-346-1796.