HC 110 FLOOD MITIGATION UPDATE February 2020

HC 110 FLOOD MITIGATION UPDATE February 2020 GOOD NEWS! Your HC 110 Directors and Langford Engineers are diligently working to reduce flooding within HC 110. HC 110 has adopted a two-prong approach: (1) steps that can be taken now to immediately reduce the risk of flooding; and (2) steps to facilitate long-term projects for additional flood abatement infrastructure. Your Directors have committed funds and have authorized HC 110 to partner with the Harris County Flood Control District (“HCFCD”), the United States Corp of Engineers (“USACE”), and the Texas Department of Transportation (“TxDOT)” on various projects. Detention Pond - HC 110 and HCFCD are partnering to excavate, enlarge, and impr

DOT Improvements

Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Plans Improvements at IH45 and Cypresswood TxDOT will be conducting a preliminary design survey for future improvements to lH-45 from 1,000 feet South of Cypress Creek Bridge to 1,000 feet North of Cypress Creek Bridge in Harris County, Texas.

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