Brazoria County Offices will be CLOSED on Friday, July
3, 2015 in observance of Independence Day.
Information on FEMA
Brazoria County – The President has not declared
Brazoria County for disaster assistance by FEMA for
the Brazos River flooding event. Residents that
received damage from the Brazos River flooding event
can still register at 1-800-621-FEMA (3362). This will
help expedite the process in the event Brazoria County
is declared a disaster by the President.
Residents should call to register with FEMA. On-line
registration is not available at this time since
Brazoria County has not been declared a disaster by
the President at this time. FEMA will accept
information and put residents in the system by phone.
Residents will need to have the following information
on hand before contacting FEMA.
Documents and Materials You Need to Apply
Social Security number
Current and pre-disaster address
A telephone number where you can be contacted
Total household annual income
A routing and
account number from your bank (only necessary if
you want to havdisaster assistance funds
transferred directly into your bank account).
A description of your losses that were caused by
Brazos River Update
Posted 6-25-15 5:36pm
The Brazos River has fallen below flood stage. Click
HERE to get updated river levels on the Brazos
River at Rosharon.
Well Water Testing
Posted 6-12-15 11:22pm
Brazoria County – A
Proclamation for well water testing was signed late on
Thursday, June 11th by County Judge Matt Sebesta. The
Proclamation states that residents that have been
affected by the flooding of the Brazos River, Oyster
Creek and other tributaries in Brazoria County have
water wells that may have been inundated with flood
waters causing possible contamination.
Residents that have been affected by floodwaters due
to the recent flooding may obtain testing materials
from the Brazoria County Water Lab to have their water
well tested. The Brazoria County Water Lab will waive
the testing fee and residents will not be charged for
the testing of their well for contaminates.
Residents must provide their address, which must fall
within the determined locations affected by the
flooded areas within Brazoria County. Please contact
the Brazoria County Water Lab at 979-864-1628 for
instructions on proper collection of water samples and
to obtain appropriate supplies. The Brazoria County
Water Lab is located at 409 East Orange, Angleton,
Texas 77515. Water from wells must be collected using
a sample container provided by the Brazoria County
Water Lab. Instructions will be provided from the lab
on collecting water samples.
Residents can report property damage caused by flood
waters to the 2015 Spring Flood Hotline. United Way of
Brazoria County and The American Red Cross have worked
jointly to put this hotline in place.
According to Brazoria County United Way, this hotline
has been set up for citizens to report damage to
residential and commercial structures. The
number to call is (800) 971-6677 and will be available
Monday – Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. until
further notice. Property owners will need to provide
information on current damage, along with their name,
address and contact information.