FY19 RESTORE FLOOD PROTECTION (BKT 1)
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, TEXAS COMMISSION ON
DWH Project Funding
Known Leveraged Funding
The U.S. Department of Treasury
The RESTORE Act Funds Bucket 1: The Direct Component
Human and Social
Engineering and/or Construction
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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