Contact Info
Phone:  (281) 533-9809
Physical Address:  35011 FM 1093
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7
Simonton, TX 77476

See map: Google Maps
Emergency Operations Center
Emergency Management Coordinator
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Greg Wine, Executive Vice President for the Engineering Firm Huitt-Zollars, made a presentation to council on August 30, 2022 about erosion on the Brazos, and more specifically, the “Simonton Cut Off”. He laid out in a great presentation, the history, ground conditions, and other factors that contribute to the erosion on the banks in Section 1. They have been cheerleading an erosion project for our area and are getting very close to finding REAL FUNDING for the project. While it will not stop the erosion, it will significantly slow it. Please take a minute to look over the presentation.
Erosion Prevention
Emergency Operations Committee Meetings

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  • Flood Graphic
    NEW Graphic with ACTION PHASES for High Water and Flooding Events

    Thank you to our VERY knowledgeable Flood Plain Administrator, Craig Kalkomey, we have this new graphic with action phases in relation to the river gage in Richmond. This is how we have tracked conditions for Simonton high water events for the last 8 years officially, and many years before that Unofficially.

    This graphic provides great information and should provide some peace of mind in certain situations as well!

    Be sure you are signed up to receive emergency notifications by texts SIMONTON to 888777.

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Life on the River
Simonton sits in the farthest northwest corner of Fort Bend County, bordered to the west and north by the Brazos River. The majority of the 2 mile wide city sits within the 100 year floodplain, but some parts are in the floodway or special flood zones. Please click here to see the Flood plain map from FEMA that depicts exactly which zones are located within our city limits.

You can also view inundation maps that show where the water goes in Fort Bend County, and Simonton, in times of river flooding.

The city of Simonton has an interlocal agreement with Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management to help in times of high water events and river flooding, and other emergencies as well. The city also has an Emergency Operations Committee, made up of volunteers, to assist in times of need. Committee members have been trained in basic emergency response techniques and answer to the Emergency Management Coordinator.

Emergency notices will be sent out through our emergency notification system. To sign up, you can click on the “notify me” button on this website’s home page, or text SIMONTON to 888777. You can also sign up for notifications from the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management by clicking here :

As always, any questions or concerns can be directed to city hall at 281-533-9809 or by emailing