Harvey has caused mandatory and voluntary evacuations in the Houston area.  Here is the list via KRPC:


Mandatory evacuations

City of Dickinson

Mandatory evacuation have been issued at 2 p.m. Monday. This evacuation was ordered due to fragile infrastructure due to storm flooding.

Sugar Land:

Mandatory evacuations have been issued for residents in First Colony LID #1 and Fort Bend CountyLID #7 in the city’s ETJ is also under a mandatory evacuation. All other Sugar Land and ETJ residents within levee districts are under voluntary evacuations at this time.

Bay City:

Bay City will expect up to 10 feet of water downtown. Mandatory evacuation will go into effect for entire city at 1 p.m. Monday.

Brazoria County:

Low-lying coastal areas inland of the Intracoastal Waterway, residents living along San Bernard River

Brazoria County:

All residents living west of State Highway 288 and south of State Highway 6. An evacuation route has been established for State Highway 35 Westbound to Matagorda County to Northbound State Highway 71 reaching Interstate 10. THERE ARE NO OTHER EVACUATION ROUTES OUT OF BRAZORIA COUNTY. State Highway 35 WILL NOT be open indefinitely and will be unpassable with additional rains and river flooding. LEAVE NOW! Residents needing a place to go can shelter in Bell County. Self-Evacuation destination in Bell County will be the EXPO CENTER, 301 West Loop, Belton, Texas. Pets are welcome.

Gulf side of Intracoastal Canal

Residents in low-lying areas surrounding the San Bernard River (map)

Fort Bend County

In a video posted to Facebook, Judge Bob Herbert explained why a revision had to be made to mandatory evacuation order that was put in place early Thursday morning. Herbert said the order was initially converted from a voluntary to mandatory evacuation in some areas of Fort Bend County at request of sheriff’s office because residents were “abusing their privilege of re-entry and placing themselves, including children, at risk.”

Herbert said the only way to give sheriffs police powers was to upgrade the evacuation orders.

The order in Fort Bend County was modified around 8 a.m. and remains in effect until further notice.

Herbert said that if you live in the evacuation zone, your area is dry and you are still in your home, to remain in your home. If you leave the evacuation zone there is a “good chance” you will not be allowed to reenter your home until the evacuation order is lifted.

The latest interactive evacuation map can be found on the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management website.

CINCO RANCH – following sections:

  • Cinco Ranch South Lake Village, Section 3-6(mandatory)
  • Villas of Villagio Townhomes (mandatory)
  • Cinco Ranch Greenway Village, Sections 1-9
  • Cinco Ranch Meadow Place, Section 4
  • Cinco Ranch North Lake Village, Sections 1&2, 6-11
  • Bayou Park Estates
  • Cinco Forest
  • Equestrian Village
  • Fountain View
  • Greenway Village
  • Institutional Core
  • Southpark Meadow Place
  • North Lake Village
  • Plaza Subdivision
  • West, Section 7
  • Willow Fork
  • GRAND LAKES – all sections

KELLIWOOD – following sections:

  • Courts
  • Fairways
  • Greens
  • Links
  • Park
  • Pointe Terrace
  • WILLOW FORK – Greens, Section 1


Inverness Forest

Streets north of Kingsbridge Road, including east and west Greenbrook Drive and Kenchester Drive.

The Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility No. 1 (The Water District) has announced that a mandatory evacuation from the Water District is necessary. This includes the Northwood Pines Subdivision. It is possible, if conditions continue to deteriorate at the current rate, you may not be able to leave the Water District.

Northwood Pines residents are under an immediate mandatory evacuation. Please exit the Water District along I-45 south and proceed to Spring High School located at 19428 I-45, Spring TX 77373 for shelter. To reach Spring high School, exit Cypresswood Drive and turn left. Spring High School is located on the left.

Jackson County

Matagorda County: No one allowed to return to FM 2031 (Beach Road in Matagorda) after 10:00 a.m. Friday until evacuation order is set aside

Montgomery County

Record levels of water are being released from Lake Conroe Dam. Flooding is imminent in some areas. The City of Conroe will be evacuating McDade Estates.

Conroe officials are recommending residents of the following neighborhoods also evacuate: River Plantation, Woodhaven Forest, Artesian, Riverbrook Drive and Sherbrook Circle (East of I-45 at 1488), neighborhoods off of FM 2854 and neighborhoods downstream from McDade Estates.

Anyone who needs assistance evacuating can call 936-522-3205.

Additional neighborhoods or streets include, but not limited to, are:

  • Aventura
  • Bracebridge
  • Carlton Woods Creekside
  • Cascade Canyon
  • Creek Ridge
  • Gatewood Reserve
  • Grogan’s Point
  • Havergate
  • Heritage Hill
  • Heron’s Flight
  • Horizon Ridge
  • Hunters Crossing
  • Landsdowne
  • Legacy Point
  • Lenox Hill
  • Pondera Point
  • Shawnee Ridge
  • River Bank
  • Stellar Point
  • Tallowberry
  • Tealbriar
  • Trace Creek
  • Timarron
  • Timarron Lakes
  • Lukes Hospital at 249 and Cypresswood

Residents of Grogan’s Point, evacuation points have been established at Sawdust Road Baptist Church at 3100 Sawdust Rd. From there, residents will be transported across Sawdust Road, where buses will be waiting to transfer to local shelter. Residents wishing to be picked by any other means can depart from this location.

The Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management has established a shelter at the following location:

St. Simon and Jude
26777 Glen Loch Road
The Woodlands, TX 77381

Rosenberg: West Street and Mulcahy Street, north of Avenue D; River Road area, all properties north of River Road adjacent to the river; North of Brazos, all properties north of the Brazos River within city limits; North Rosenberg, all properties east of 4th Street, north of Avenue B and all properties on First Street north of Avenue D; Seek shelter at Sacred Heart Church in Richmond at 507 S. 4th St.

Waller County

Mandatory evacuation for low-lying areas along the Brazos River.

Between FM 529 and south of I-10.

FM 3318

Diemer Rd.

FM 1458 (Brazos River to Buller Road)

Clemons Switch Road

Hartwell Road

Robichaux Road

Garrett Road

Mt. Zion Road

Sunny Side community

Hall Road

Delma Road

Hartman Road

Hannay Road

Muske Lane

Foots Wilson Road

Wilpitz Road

South of I-10

All areas west of FM 1489 to the Brazos River

Roach Ridge Road

House Road

Donigan Road

Sampson Road

Seidel Road

Voluntary Evacuations

Chambers County: Smith Point; Cedar Point; all recreational vehicle parks and sites; all unanchored mobile homes, and any low-lying areas known to have flooded.

Freeport: Urged self-evacuation for entire city

Galveston County: Bolivar Peninsula, effective 8 a.m. Friday. All unincorporated low-lying areas, including San Leon, Bacliff, Freddiesville, Old Bayou Vista and Highland Bayou. The American Red Cross is opening a shelter at 1:30 p.m. at Abundant Life Christian Center at 601 Delany Road in La Marque. Bus transportation will be provided from the Crystal Beach Fire Station on Bolivar Peninsula, the Freddiesville Water Department and the Bacliff Senior Center. Buses will arrive to the Bolivar Peninsula around 10 a.m. and leave around 1 p.m. Buses will arrive in Freddiesville and Bacliff at 1 p.m.

Harris County: Inverness Forest subdivision (north of Kingsbridge Road, including east and west Greenbrook Drive and Kenchester Drives), El Lago, Shoreacres, Nassau Bay, Seabrook and Taylor Lake Village

Lake Jackson – All Timbercreek subdivisions, Heritage Oaks S/D, Sugar Plantation S/D, The Plantation S/D, River Oaks S/D, Jackson Oaks S/D

Jersey Village along the bayous and low areas

Matagorda County

Montgomery County: River Plantation – Recommended; Woodhaven Forest – Recommended; Artesian – Recommended; Riverbrook Dr. & Sherbrook Circle (East of I45 @ 1488) – Recommended; Neighborhoods off of FM 2854 – Recommended; Neighborhoods Downstream from McDade Estates – Recommended.

If you are not evacuating, the City of Conroe is encouraging Citizens to stay where they are until it is safe to leave.

Notice: for those areas that are affected by the release of water from the Lake Conroe Dam please be advised to monitor www.sjra.net for the updated release amount.

Wharton County

Residents of Orchard or Peach Creek Acres and Pecan Valley are being asked to leave the area immediately and seeking shelter elsewhere, authorities said. The report from law enforcement officers is that the water is collecting rapidly in those areas. Authorities are asking residents to call friends and neighbors, because it is late and they want the message to get out.

A shelter has been established at Holy Family Catholic Church at 2009 Briar Lane, Wharton.


Comments (5)
  1. Surely this Hurricane is Trumps fault. All the Democrats will be anxiously awaiting to Trash our President when he publicly gives his condolences.

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