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Fy19 Restore Flood Protection (Bkt 1)

Implementing Organization

Environmental Quality, Texas Commission On


DWH Project Funding


Known Leveraged Funding


Funding Organization

The U.S. Department of Treasury

Funding Program

The RESTORE Act Funds Bucket 1: The Direct Component


Project Category

Human and Social

Project Actions

Engineering and/or Construction

Targeted Resources


Project Description

The goal of this program is to protect the Texas Gulf Coast Region from flooding through five flood protection projects: 1) Aransas County Bay Shore Drive Erosion Mitigation and Shoreline Stabilization - engineering, design and construction to repair and rehabilitate failed and damaged groins, revetments and bulkheads along Aransas Bay; 2) Hidalgo County Drainage District #1 - Raymondville Drain Project Phase 2 - planning, permitting, and construction to clean and remove obstructions from the existing Raymondville Drain, a 60-mile drain/canal providing stormwater drainage for a 130.5 square mile area; 3) Village of Surfside Beach Groin - engineering, design, permitting, and construction of a terminal groin and angled groin to stabilize the beach and restore historical recreational and natural resource values; 4) Galveston County Texas City Hurricane Protection Levee Repair Phase I - planning, engineering, and construction to address the most critical deficiencies in the Texas City Hurricane Levee as described in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 2012 inspection report; and 5) Town Resaca - dredging, design, and construction of bank improvements and stormwater interceptor units to increase the capacity of the drainage system and improve water quality to the Lower Laguna Madre.


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