Project Brays

Reducing the risk of flooding to benefit thousands of residents and businesses along Brays Bayou

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Brays Bayou Sunset Before a Storm at Arthur Storey Park

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Brays Bayou Marsh at Mason Park

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Brays Bayou near the Texas Medical Center

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Latest News

February 08, 2016

Harris County Flood Control District Wraps Pilot Project; Removes 20 Submerged Vehicles from Brays and Sims Bayous

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November 03, 2015

Harris County Flood Control District Starts Construction on Next Brays Bayou Segment

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May 13, 2014

Harris County Flood Control District is Excavating 1.25 Million Cubic Yards of Soil in Next Phase of Willow Waterhole…

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Learn more about Project Brays

A cooperative effort between the Harris County Flood Control District and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that also incorporates local initiatives.

The original total cost to implement Project Brays was approximately $550 million. The Corps shares 50 percent of the cost of approved projects.

The ongoing risk of flooding is due in part to our flat terrain, impervious soils, and the continuous potential significant rainfall events.

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