May 21, 2014
ReBuild Houston Project Underway in District E
The Local Drainage Project at the 5400 block of Crooked Creek will provide improvements to address localized storm water drainage issues in the area. This approximately $86,955 project, which runs along Crooked Creek at Timbercreek, 77017, began in May 2014 and is anticipated to be complete by July 2014.
A Local Drainage Project is a small scale project that strives to optimize the existing drainage system with repairs and enhancements. This may include the repair, removal and/or replacement of storm sewers, manholes, and inlets; as well as roadway pavement, curbs, sidewalks and access ramps.
The ReBuild Houston Initiative is the City of Houston's voter approved pay-as-you-go plan to rebuild drainage and street infrastructure. Its goal is to improve quality of life and mobility for residents through the reconstruction and proper maintenance of drainage and street improvements. The Local Drainage Project at the 5400 block of Crooked Creek is an active example of ReBuild Houston at work to better serve you.
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