Flood Control District recommends $743 million worth of projects in Cypress Creek watershed
Harris County Flood Control District officials recommended $743 million worth of projects for new detention, channel projects and buyouts in the Cypress Creek watershed during its project progress and community engagement meeting Oct. 21.
The meeting, which included a video presentation and a community open house, focused solely on the Cypress Creek watershed and updated residents on two specific projects funded through the bond approved by voters in August 2018: “Regional Drainage Plan and Environment Investigation for Major Tributaries in the Cypress Creek Watershed,” or bond project CI-035, CI-35 and CI-020; and “Major Maintenance of Cypress Creek and Tributaries,” or Bond Project CI-012.
An identical meeting will be held Oct. 24 from 6-8 p.m. at Houston’s First Baptist Church, located at 11011 Mason Road, Cypress. To view the full presentation, see the video below.