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Robert Hebert


It has been my great honor to serve Fort Bend County as its Constitutional County Judge since January 1, 2003. Located just southwest of the City of Houston, Fort Bend has a long history which began when a small log fort was built on the banks of the Brazos River to help protect the settlers moving onto Stephen F. Austin's original Mexican land grants. In fact, the county draws its name from that small fort built in the early 1800s and the small settlement around it, that in 1837 became the county seat of Richmond, Texas. Today, Fort Bend is one of the fastest growing counties in Texas and the United States with a current population exceeding 585,000.

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Robert Hebert
County Judge

  • Fort Bend County Officials continue to monitor flooding in the area.... READ MORE
  • A public meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at 1:00 PM, at the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court, 2nd floor, Historic Courthouse, 401 Jackson, Richmond, TX, to receive comments regarding the allocation of FY 2016 (JAG) funds in the amount of $68,253.00.... READ MORE
  • In response to the rainfall we have already experienced in Fort Bend County, the expected additional rainfall over the next couple days, and the forecast river levels, Fort Bend County Judge Robert Hebert has signed a local disaster declaration for Fort Bend County.... READ MORE
Last updated: 6/21/2013 1:43:27 PM