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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON LITTLE YORK AND  HOPPER STORMWATER DETENTION BASINS IN HALLS BAYOU

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON LITTLE YORK AND HOPPER STORMWATER DETENTION BASINS IN HALLS BAYOU

This project will excavate approximately 192,000 cubic yards of soil, which is equivalent to more than 15,000 dump trucks full of dirt.

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WHITE OAK BAYOU FEDERAL PROJECT EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

WHITE OAK BAYOU FEDERAL PROJECT EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

Work begins this fall on a 10-mile stretch along White Oak Bayou from Hollister Road to F.M. 1960

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FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT MONITORING THE TROPICS IN ANTICIPATION OF SEVERE WEATHER

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT MONITORING THE TROPICS IN ANTICIPATION OF SEVERE WEATHER

Residents are encouraged to closely monitor forecasts and check for updates frequently over the next 48-72 hours.

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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON THE LAUDER STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN IN GREENS BAYOU

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON THE LAUDER STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN IN GREENS BAYOU

When complete, the basin will hold approximately 191.74 million gallons of excess stormwater.

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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CYPRESS CREEK TRIBUTARY

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON CYPRESS CREEK TRIBUTARY

Stormwater conveyance improvements will reduce flooding risks

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HARRIS COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT SELECTED AS WINNER OF CTP RECOGNITION PROGRAM

HARRIS COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT SELECTED AS WINNER OF CTP RECOGNITION PROGRAM

The District has been recognized specifically for its strengths in developing interactive mapping tools.

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CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN PROJECT IN WILLOW WATERHOLE

CONSTRUCTION TO BEGIN ON STORMWATER DETENTION BASIN PROJECT IN WILLOW WATERHOLE

The new basin will hold approximately 17.6 acre-feet of stormwater during heavy rain events.

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Flood Control District Monitoring Heavy Rainfall and Flooding

Flood Control District Monitoring Heavy Rainfall and Flooding

A Flash Flood Warning is in effect for western Harris County until 945 a.m.

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