Hurricane Harvey

Mandatory Evacuation Orders, Tuesday

As the flooding continues into Tuesday, we are providing an updated list of mandatory evacuations.

In Spring:

A mandatory evacuation has been issued for residents in the Northwood Pines subdivision in Spring due to possible levee failure. Evacuees should go to the shelter at Spring High School. Officials warned if residents do not evacuate before 11 p.m., they may not be able to get out.

In Waller County:

The mandatory evacuations for Waller County include the following areas.

  • FM 3318
  • Diemer Rd
  • FM 1458 (Brazos River to Buller Rd)
  • Clemons Switch Rd
  • Hartwell Rd
  • Robichaux Rd
  • Garrett Rd
  • Mt. Zion Rd
  • Sunny Side Rd
  • Sunny Side community
  • Hall Rd
  • Delma Rd
  • Hartman Rd
  • Hannay Rd
  • Muske Lane
  • Foots Wilson Rd
  • Peach Ridge Road
  • House Road
  • Donigan Road
  • Sampson Rd
  • Seidel Rd
  • FM 1887 (south of FM 3346 and west of Kerr Rd)
  • Harpers Church Rd
  • Stefka Rd


In Fort Bend County:

The mandatory evacuation applies to significant portions of 

  • Sugarland,
  • Missouri City
  • Sienna Plantation
  • Rosenberg — including Wilkins CrossingSpencer’s Glen, and Point Royale, along with New Territory – this is an area between the Southwest Freeway and US 90-A, and it includes the neighborhood just south of the Fort Bend Country Club.
  • Pecan Grove
  • LIDS 15
  • LIDS 19

Also included –

  • Richmond Landing and much of the area along the Brazos between Montgomery Road, past FM 723, and to the western edge of Richmond State School.

The voluntary evacuation generally covers the area bounded by Hwy 6, 59 the Southwest Freeway, and University Blvd.

Just to the east of that area, there’s another mandatory evacuation zone starting at the intersection of Lexington and Dulles, running south along Hwy 6 to Knights Court.

Also in Fort Bend —

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reported that the water levels within the Barker Reservoir in northeast Fort Bend County have been affecting roads near that reservoir. This applies to an area roughly south of Westheimer Road and east of Grand Parkway (SH 99).

Roads in Canyon Gate and east Cinco Ranch started taking on overflow flood waters yesterday. Those waters are also affecting Grand Lakes, Kelliwood, Ricefield Village, and Willow Fork.