Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 149, through the dedication of its Directors and Consultants, is committed to providing the highest quality of water and sewer service at the most economical costs to its customers and taxpayers.
There is no boil water notice in effect for Fort Bend 149 residents or businesses.
The City of Houston has issued a Boil Water Notice for their water system and other systems effected by the City’s issue. While local media (and social media) are reporting boil water notices for the City and those other Water Districts in our area, these notices do not pertain to Fort Bend 149 receivers, as the District maintains independent water production facilities. Again, Fort Bend 149 is not currently under a Boil Water Notice.
In the event a Boil Water Notice needs to be issued for our community, notification will be provided. For immediate and up-to-date 24/7 information, you can always reach out to SI Environmental, 24-hour Customer Service line at 1-877-382-7416.
Michael Alexander is the Riverstone Patrol Sergeant. Sgt. Alexander started his Law Enforcement career at the Harris County Sheriff’s Office jail and has been employed at the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office since 2010. Sgt. Alexander worked in the Patrol Division for 7 years before being promoted to Detective. Sgt. Alexander spent 5 years in Criminal Investigation Division working in Special Crimes Division and was promoted in 2021, where he took over the Riverstone Contract.
Deputy Fabbain Pearson has been a member of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office since June of 2021 and serving the Riverstone community since November of 2021. A native Texan, Pearson was born in Houston and raised in Fort Bend County. He was inspired from a very young age by his Law Enforcement father and School Teacher mother to serve and help the community. Fabbain Pearson received his K-12 education from the Fort Bend Independent School District, graduating from Willowridge High School. He would then go on to the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, where he would graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice. Returning to Fort Bend County, Fabbain Pearson taught for 6 years in Fort Bend Independent School District and worked multiple after school programs. In the fall of 2020, Fabbain Pearson was accepted into the Gus George Law Enforcement Academy. Upon graduating and receiving his peace officer license from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Deputy Fabbain Pearson started with the Sheriff’s Office and has been a valued member ever since. Deputy Fabbain Pearson hopes to continue to be a beacon of hope and positive change in the community for many years to come.
Terrance Wall is currently assigned to the River Stone night shift contract. Wall has been employed with Fort Bend County since 2008 where he started his career with the Sheriff’s office night shift patrol. While at the Sheriff’s Office Wall received his Basic Instructor Certification and was a part of the Honor Guard team. Wall stayed with the Sheriff’s Office for about 6yrs before transferring to Fort Bend County Precinct 1 to get experience and knowledge on the civil side of law enforcement. He worked for Precinct 1 for roughly 8 years where he worked in contracts then transferred to the Toll Road. While there, Wall was certified in Intermediate, Advanced, and Reconstruction Crash Investigation. Wall also achieved his Advanced TCOLE license while at Precinct 1. Wall most recently transferred back to the Sheriff’s Office and is reaching 14 years of patrol experience with Fort Bend County.
Residents of Riverstone can request a vacation watch on their home. Deputies working the area will periodically check the home to make sure it is secure. Deputies look for any signs of unusual activity or suspicious persons around your home. During the past year, the constables conducted hundreds of vacation watch checks while homeowners were out of town.
Please click the link below to sign up for a vacation watch.