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Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Crenshaw Stormwater Detention Basin and the Arlington Heights Project

Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Crenshaw Stormwater Detention Basin and the Arlington Heights Project

HCFCD PROJECT ID: C506-02-00-E005 & COH PROJECT ID: M-410006-0001-3 The Harris County Flood Control District and The City of Houston Public Works Department will be holding a joint Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the Flood Control District’s Crenshaw Stormwater Detention Basin project and the Public Works Arlington Heights project. Both located in the Sims Bayou watershed, the purpose of this joint meeting is to inform residents about the status of each project and share project information.

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Update for Mud Gully Project - Scarsdale Rd. Bridge Closure

Update for Mud Gully Project - Scarsdale Rd. Bridge Closure

Effective at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, October 6, 2021, the Scarsdale Boulevard bridge will be closed to traffic in both directions for channel conveyance improvements work occurring under the bridge as part of Bond Project C-03, the Mud Gully Channel Conveyance Improvements project.

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The Harris County Flood Control District Awarded Nearly $3.9 Million Towards Bond Project C-28 In Halls Bayou

The Harris County Flood Control District Awarded Nearly $3.9 Million Towards Bond Project C-28 In Halls Bayou

The Harris County Flood Control District was approved for a nearly $3.9 million grant from the Texas Water Development Board’s (TWDB) Flood Infrastructure Fund (FIF) program for Bond Project C-28, a flood risk reduction project in the Halls Bayou watershed.

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