Resilience

Resilience

CAPITAL AND BOND FUNDED PROJECTS


BUILDING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE

Capital projects reduce flooding risks and damages by expanding channels or constructing new stormwater detention basins or buying out floodprone homes. Bond funding, federal grants and local partnerships help finance these projects.

Capital projects are represented as red dots on this map. You can zoom-in to see project boundaries and click on the highlighted areas to see project details. Click on the Recovery tab below the map to see Maintenance projects across the county.

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BOND PROGRAM

On August 25, 2018, Harris County voters approved $2.5 billion in bonds to finance flood damage reduction projects in Harris County. Going forward, the Harris County Flood Control District will prioritize, plan and build projects with bond funding – and will provide transparent tracking of progress on those projects along the way.

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COUNTY-WIDE OR MULTI-WATERSHED PROJECTS 

Some Harris County Flood Control District projects span multiple watersheds. Or, various small projects from several watersheds are included under one project identification number and construction contract for efficiency and convenience.

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SUBDIVISION DRAINAGE PROJECTS

HARRIS COUNTY ENGINEER DEPARTMENT - Subdivision drainage projects improve the internal drainage systems and related infrastructure that convey stormwater from neighborhoods to major drainage channels or bayous maintained by the Flood Control District. 

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