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Tropical Weather Update from the City of Sugar Land

Tropical Weather Update from the City of Sugar Land

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~ 1 mo, 4 days ago   Sep 23 2020, 3:56pm 
Tropical Weather Update from the City of Sugar Land
 
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The threat to our city is gone. Despite heavy rainfall during the course of the event, the city’s drainage infrastructure performed as designed, and city crews from Public Works, Fire-EMS, Police, Engineering and many more worked around the clock to keep Sugar Land safe.
 
Sugar Land weathered the same heavy rain bands that affected other areas such as southwest Houston, Friendswood and Pearland. Much of the city remained clear and passable with just a few isolated incidents of street flooding.
 
Despite a return to normal, we should all remain prepared because hurricane season continues through November. Remember to rely on authoritative sources of weather information such as the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center. Visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/ 105/Emergency-Manage ment for preparedness resources. Other helpful resources follow.
 
Sugar Land Emergency Alerts bit.ly/3grKFDM
Rain Gauge Notifications bit.ly/3dGtQ7a
Centerpoint Outage Tracker bit.ly/2MvRebz
National Weather Service bit.ly/36Ya8l0
Levee Improvement Districts bit.ly/3eOqWgO
Brazos River Forecast -- Richmond Gauge bit.ly/36UmlqU
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~ 1 mo, 4 days ago   Sep 23 2020, 5:29pm 
I moved my car out of my driveway (higher) out to the street again this afternoon. The driveway is so short I block the sidewalk, which is also forbidden.
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