Upper Brushy Creek WCID Hazards Input


Upper Brushy Creek WCID is asking for input about Hazards associated with Flooding and the Flood Control Structures

The Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District (District), in cooperation with the Texas Water Development Board, Williamson County, and the cities of Leander, Cedar Park, Austin, Round Rock, and Hutto are asking the public to help identify natural hazards (floods, drought, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, etc.) that affect their community the most.  

The Upper Brushy Creek Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (HMP) Draft is being developed. The plan identifies local policies and actions for reducing risk and future losses from natural hazards, most specifically related to District infrastructure.  

The public is invited to review the Draft plan, and review risk assessment and mitigation strategies incorporated into the plan. It is vital to have public input into the updating of hazards, mitigation goals, strategies, and actions for the plan. 

Public Meeting #2 - Draft Plan Review: To review the draft Hazard Mitigation Plan. Open-house style, come and go as you please.  Two locations and times: 

•November 15th from 5 to 7 pm

East Williamson County Higher Education Center

1600 Innovation Blvd.

Hutto, Texas 78634

Dining Room, 3rd Floor, Room A325 

•November 16th from 5 to 7 pm

ACC Cypress Creek Campus

1555 Cypress Creek Road

Cedar Park, Texas 78613

Building 1000, Room 1102

The draft Hazard Mitigation Plan will be available for review at the meeting, and viewable and downloadable from the District website beginning November 16th.


A survey has been developed to receive comments about hazards in our community. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ubcfloodsurvey 

Survey will close by November 30th in order to be incorporated into the Plan.

The Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District (District) is responsible for operation and maintenance of 23 flood control structures within the Upper Brushy Creek watershed in the Brazos River Basin of Williamson County, Texas. 

For more information about the District and ongoing projects, visit the District website at http://www.upperbrushycreekwcid.org/