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Posted on: October 11, 2021

Welcome to Central Texas and Flash Flood Alley

Central Texas on average receives 34 inches of rainfall a year compared to Seattle’s 38 inches. You might want to read that again; we receive almost as much rainfall as Seattle. The difference is we tend to get all our rainfall at once making our region o...

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Posted on: August 13, 2021

Updated Contact Information for Permitting with the District

Developers have a new way to connect with the District for questions about activity within the District's Easements or requests for an Easement Encroachment Permit. You can contact the permitting team via phone at 512-652-3538 or email permitting@ubcdams....

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Regular Features
Posted on: July 4, 2021

Voters Authorize $85 Million in Bond Funding

Voters approved the District's request to leverage bond financing to accelerate construction of flood mitigation and rehabilitation projects across the District. Preliminary engineering is underway on many of the projects Including several rehabilitation ...

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Posted on: April 6, 2021

Upper Brushy Creek gets a Seat at the Regional Flood Planning Table

Flood Planning Regions

Texas Water Development Board designates members of Texas’ first-ever flood planning groups

The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) today designated Upper Brushy Creek's General Manager Alysha Girard as one of the initial voting members of Texas’ first-ev...

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