As of May 2022
May not be exhaustive.
Committees, Organizations, Task Forces
Harris County Engineering Infrastructure Resilience Team
San Jacinto Regional Flood Planning Group, Region 6. Draft plan due to the Texas Water Development Board Aug. 1, 2022
Public Engagement Committee
Flood Information Clearing House Committee, Texas Water Development Board, in cooperation with the Texas General Land Office, the Texas Division of Emergency Management, and other state agencies, regularly meets “to review funding inquiries submitted to the committee and to coordinate the use of state and federal funding for flood mitigation projects.”
Private or Non-Governmental
Houston Stronger (West Houston)
Addicks Flood Mitigation Network (One Creek West)
Residents Against Flooding (Buffalo Bayou and tributaries and beyond)
Reduce Flooding Now (San Jacinto River)
Sims Bayou Coalition
Thriving Earth Exchange, Texas Organizing Project, (Hunting Bayou) Northeast Houston
Bayou Land Conservancy (Spring Creek)
Coastal Prairie Conservancy (formerly Katy Prairie Conservancy)
Studies and Plans
MAAPNEXT, Harris County Modeling, Assessment and Awareness Project
Texas Flood Assessment 2019, Texas Water Development Board
Texas General Land Office River Basin Flood Study, Central Region, ongoing, final due summer 2024. Another data gathering project in support of the Texas Water Development Board’s flood planning effort.
US Army Corps of Engineers Buffalo Bayou and Tributaries Resiliency Study, due Dec. 2023
Extended study of stormwater tunnels, along with other alternatives, in partnership with the Harris County Flood Control District, draft report due fall 2022, conclusion Dec. 2023
Texas Integrated Flooding Framework, a data-gathering and planning project partnership led by the Texas Water Development Board, US Army Corps of Engineers, and the US Geological Survey, with support from the Texas General Land Office.
Presentation at the US Army Corps of Engineers Summer Stakeholders Meeting, Aug. 11, 2021