Fort Bend County District Clerk Beverley McGrew Walker and Missouri City Mayor Robin J. Elackatt are joining forces to host the upcoming Fort Bend County Passport Fair on July 15.

The details

Taking place from 8 a.m. to noon at the Missouri City Community Center, the event aims to provide a convenient and efficient platform for local residents to apply for new passports or renew their existing ones.

The passport fair offers a timely opportunity for Fort Bend County residents to acquire or update their passports without the usual in-office hassles.

To ensure a smooth experience, attendees are required to schedule an appointment online in advance.

Visitors will have the convenience of accessing all necessary services on-site. Individuals seeking new passports or renewals using the DS-11 form can complete their applications at the fair. In addition, passport photos will be available for a fee of $15.

Get involved

Fort Bend County residents are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to acquire or renew their passports by attending the upcoming fair July 15. By eliminating barriers and simplifying the process, the organizers say they aim to support local travelers and community members seeking identification documents.

For additional information on the passport fair, or for the requirements to obtain or renew your passport, visit the Fort Bend County website before July 15 for further information.