County judge to hold listening session at Willowridge High School

May 14, 2019 GMT

Fort Bend County Judge KP George will host his fourth listening session in the county — dubbed the “Listening Tour” — to hear what residents have to say about county services and hear concerns.

The fourth meeting will be held beginning at 6 p.m. on May 22 at Willowridge High School located at 16301 Chimney Rock Road in Houston. The meeting will be held in partnership with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Commissioner Grady Prestage, District Attorney Brian Middleton, Precinct 2 Constable Daryl Smith, and State Rep. Ron Reynolds (District 27).

This is the first Listening Tour meeting since one held April 1 at Creekside Fellowship Church in Precinct 1.


“Our more urban communities such Missouri City, Stafford, Meadows Place, Houston, and Mission Bend to name a few are important to my Administration,” George said in a news release. “While they are served by various municipalities, I want them to know of and utilize the full array of County resources available to these communities. This is a great opportunity for residents on the North Eastern side of Fort Bend County to learn about all the County offers and ask questions to their elected officials and department heads. Bringing the government to the people is my top priority.”

Representatives from the Texas Department of Transportation, Animal Services, Road & Bridge, Human Resources, Parks, Clinical Health, Drainage, Office of Emergency Management, Emergency Medical Services, Health & Human Services, Sheriffs & Pct. 2 Constable Office, Environmental Health, Engineering, and other departments are expected to attend the meeting.