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Saves $60 Million in Annualized Flood Damages

Our projects built in the past decade save Harris County an estimated $60 million in flood damages each year.

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232,000 Trees Planted

Since 2001, the Flood Control District has planted nearly 232,000 trees on project sites within Harris County.

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Voluntary Home Buyout

The Flood Control District has bought out more than 3,000 properties located hopelessly deep in the floodplain.

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Latest News

September 28, 2016

HCFCD’s First Unmanned Aircraft System Flight: Use of Remotely Guided Aerial Vehicles Tested for Safer, Cost-Effective…

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September 08, 2016

Study will Seek Flooding Solutions in Harris County's Cedar Bayou Watershed

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August 14, 2016


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What we do

Widen and deepen bayous - Wider and deeper bayous carry more stormwater and reduce the size of floodplains.

Excavate stormwater detention basins to safely store millions of gallons of stormwater.

Implement voluntary home buyouts - buy and demolish homes located deep in a floodplain that repeatedly flood.

Maintain our drainage infrastructure - address erosion, slope failure, and sediment build-up.

What we don't do

We don’t regulate land development in Harris County, nor adopt Flood Insurance Rate Maps which are used to set flood insurance rates, and we don’t have jurisdiction over drainage for highways and streets.

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