IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE PLEASE DIAL 911. This page contains resources and links to information regarding Emergency Services provided by the City of Fulshear and its partner agencies.
Fulshear Police Department
The Fulshear Police Department is dedicated to the highest ideals of service and protection to our community. The Department offers many services in addition to patrol and enforcement.
If you are not experiencing an emergency, you can contact the Police via telephone at: 281-346-2202, this number should connect you to an officer on duty directly. If there is no answer, the officer may be handling another call; you may leave a message as prompted or for additional assistance you may call Ft. Bend County Dispatch at 281-341-4665.
Area and County Resources
Fulshear Simonton Fire Department
The Fulshear Simonton Fire Department is one of the most advanced and progressive departments in the State. FSFD was founded in 1962 by local volunteers. Today, thanks to the creation of Emergency Services District #4, FSFD is a combination Volunteer/ Professional Department housed in three (soon to be four) stations. The Department is very well equipped and stays on the cutting edge of training. For more information click the link above or call 281-346-2800.
Fort Bend County Sheriff Office
It is the mission of the Sheriff's Office of Fort Bend County to protect the lives, property, and rights of all people in this County. In accomplishing this mission, Sheriff's Office employees shall be, at all times, courteous, impartial, and diligent. In the execution of their duties, they shall be guided by those constitutional and legal principles, which are the foundation of the United States of America and the State of Texas. For more information visit the link above or call 281-341-4665.
Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management
The Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management (OEM) plans and prepares for emergencies, educates the public about preparedness, coordinates emergency response and recovery, and collects and disseminates emergency information. OEM has a ton of great resources for more information please visit their website or call 281-342-6185.
Ready Houston is a web based resource provided by multiple area agencies in the Greater Houston Region that seeks to inform local residents about the importance of preparing for Natural Disasters and other incidents and hazards. The site is loaded with great information, tips and links to ensure that you and your family are ready before an event occurs.
Harris County Citizen Corps
The Harris County Citizen Corps is committed to creating opportunities for people to volunteer to help their community prepare for and respond to emergencies. The primary goal is to have all citizens participate in making neighborhoods safer by providing them the tools and training needed for preventing and handling threats of terrorism, crime, and disasters of all kinds. They also provide an excellent template for community based response similar to what Fulshear's CERT hopes to achieve.
National ResourcesAmerican Red Cross
Since its founding in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton, the American Red Cross has been the nation's premier emergency response organization. As part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war, the American Red Cross distinguishes itself by also aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. Over the years, the organization has expanded its services, always with the aim of preventing and relieving suffering.
Ready is a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to get the public involved and ultimately to increase the level of basic preparedness across the nation.
FEMA’s mission is to support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.
DISASTER. It strikes anytime, anywhere. It takes many forms -- a hurricane, an earthquake, a tornado, a flood, a fire or a hazardous spill, an act of nature or an act of terrorism. It builds over days or weeks, or hits suddenly, without warning. Every year, millions of Americans face disaster, and its terrifying consequences