Expect to see a lot of Fort Bend County Judge KP George on billboards around the county.

The Fort Bend County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management, in partnership with Clear Channel Outdoor, will launch its campaign to remind Fort Bend residents of the 2019 hurricane peak season with messages on digital billboards throughout Fort Bend County.

These public service announcements are part of Fort Bend County’s annual preparedness campaign urging residents to get ready for the upcoming peak hurricane season.

Throughout the rest of the 2019 hurricane season, digital messages will be displayed on up to 12 digital billboards. Clear Channel Outdoor is providing the billboards at no charge to the county.

Storm activity has already been high and predictions are calling for an above-average hurricane season, according to the FBCOEM.

The agency asks residents to plan ahead to help protect families and property before disaster strikes.

For hurricane preparedness tips and sign up for emergency alerts for Fort Bend County, go to www.fbcoem.org.

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