April 2, 2015
ReBuild Houston Project Underway in District C
Willow Waterhole Drainage and Paving Project
The Willow Waterhole Drainage and Paving Project will improve streets in the area by enhancing road safety and accessibility, while reducing the risk of structural flooding. This approximately $6.9 million project, which began in December 2014 and is anticipated to be complete in December 2015, is bounded by Cliffwood to the West, Greenwillow to the East, Braeswood to the North, and IH-610 to the South.
The Willow Waterhole Drainage and Paving Project consists of the construction of new storm sewers ranging from 24-inches to 10-feet x 10-feet with junction boxes. Additional enhancements include necessary concrete paving, curbs, sidewalks and underground utilities.
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 Willow Waterhole Drainage and Paving Project is an active example of ReBuild Houston at work to better serve you.