Harris County Flood Control District Revenue and Competitors
- Harris County Flood Control District has 260 Employees.
- Harris County Flood Control District grew their employee count by 8% last year.
Harris County Flood Control District Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Harris County Flood Control District?
The Harris County Flood Control District (the District) is a special purpose district created by the Texas Legislature in 1937 in response to devastating floods that struck the region in 1929 and 1935. The District's jurisdictional boundaries are set to coincide with Harris County, a community of more than 3.7 million people that includes the City of Houston. The other boundaries in which we operate - those provided by nature - are of the 22 primary watersheds within Harris County's 1,756 square miles. Each has its own independent flooding problems. Each presents unique challenges.keywords:Government
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Harris County Flood Control District News
Harris County Flood Control District Awarded $2.2 Million Towards the Lauder Stormwater Detention Basin Project in Greens Bayou.
The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a Community Engagement Meeting for the Drainage Improvements on Tributary J131-01-00 project.
On March 23, 2022, the Harris County Flood Control District attended an event at the site of the Meyergrove Stormwater Detention Basin in Brays Bayou to...
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