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The 1463 February 2018

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2 February 2018 | The 1463 Community Newsletter

THE 1463 IMPORTANT NUMBERS SECURITY Emergency (Police, Fire & Ambulance) 911 Fulshear Police Department 281-346-2202 Fort Bend County Sherriff 281-341-4666 Precinct 3 Constable’s Patrol 281-491-7226 Fulshear-Simonton Fire Department 281-346-2800 30626 5th St, Fulshear, TX 77441 IMPORTANT NUMBERS Poison Control 1-800-222-1222 Animal Control 281-342-1512 Children’s Protective Svs 713-394-4000 Houston Recreation Manangement 713-932-7665 (Call for Pool Party Reservations) www.h-rec.com Severn Trent MUD 151 - Billing 281-579-4500 Severn Trent Service 281-398-8211 Reliant Energy 713-207-7777 Centerpoint Energy 713-659-2111 Power Outage 713-207-2222 www.centerpointenergy.com/outage Trash Collection - Best Trash 281-313-2378 Trash Days - Wednesday & Saturday AT&T 800-288-2747 Metro 713-635-4000 Memorial Herman Hospital - Katy 281-644-7000 Houston Methodist St. Catherine Hospital 281-599-5700 Methodist West Hospital 832-522-1000 City of Fulshear 281-346-1796 Fort Bend Tax Office 281-341-3710 Emergency Service District Tax 281-342-6414 Fort Bend County Animal Control 281-342-1512 SCHOOLS Wolman Elementary School 281-234-1700 WoodCreek Junior High School 281-234-0800 Katy High School 281-237-6700 KISD Administration 281-396-6000 KISD Transportation 281-396-2700 KISD Police Department 281-347-4000 Lamar Consolidated ISD www.lcisd.org Huggins Elementary 832-223-1600 Briscoe Junior High School 832-223-4000 Wertheimer Middle School 832-223-4100 Foster High School 832-223-3800 Published Courtesy of Krenek Printing 7102 Glen Chase Ct., Houston, TX 77095 281-463-8649 • www.krenekprinting.com Gardening Tips for February FLOWERS • Plants to set: Alyssum, Calendula, Canterbury Bells, Carnations, Columbine, Cornflower, Daisies, Delphinium, Hollyhock, Larkspur, Lobelia, Nicotiana, Pansy, Petunia, Phlox (Louisiana), Shrimp Plant, Snapdragon, Stock and Verbena. VEGETABLES • Plant beets, broccoli (plants), brussel sprouts (plants), cabbage (plants), carrots, cauliflower (plants), celery, chinese cabbage (plants), chives collards (plants), endive, kale, lettuce (leaf and head), mustard, onions (plants), parsley, garden peas, radishes, rutabagas, spinach, tomato (seeds) and turnips. TREES AND SHRUBS • Finish all transplanting, get everything in the ground for a good spring spurt of growth. Transplant balled and burlap, container-grown, bare-root deciduous evergreen trees, shrubs, roses and vines while still dormant. • Finish pruning roses. Weed and cultivate lightly all beds. Replenish mulch as needed. • Control early spring insects like thrips on glads and aphids on young tender growth. Spray with Malathion, Diazinon or Orthene. • At the end of February: peach, apple and pear fruit must be thinned to insure quality production at harvest. • Give groundcovers a haircut. They will spread faster. • Divide daylilies, daisies and other perennials now. The 1463 Community Newsletter | February 2018 3