Posted on · The case, which has already been to the Texas Supreme Court, could wind up back there before it’s finally concluded.
Posted on · Along with a new bike lane and wider sidewalks, the Caroline Street project includes extensive drainage improvements.
Posted on · The trail is the longest segment constructed at one time in the extensive Bayou Greenways network. It will link three Houston parks and connect neighborhoods in the southern part of the city.
Posted on · To enter the city’s naming contest, adopt a drain near your home or business by Oct. 17.
Posted on · Last year, Fort Bend County received 49 inches of rain.
Posted on · It’s not only the bayous, lakes and dams, but the many facilities that handle drinking water and wastewater.
Posted on · The year-long project extends along one of the island's major thoroughfares.
Posted on · Heavy rainfall in Galveston has recently flooded streets and swamped cars, but City officials say a new pumping system could help some of their streets drain a lot quicker.
Posted on · There’s going to be a lot of construction in Galveston County over the next few years now that voters have approved three new bond issues. Officials say those projects are designed to address a growing population.
Posted on · City, county, state and federal government are all working to weaken the effects of another Harvey
Posted on · Experts call Houston's "Depression-era system obsolete" — and no match for booming development in one of America's fastest-growing cities.
Posted on · Officials say they can't delay streets projects any longer. Galveston voters are being asked to pay more in property taxes to fund that work.
Posted on · Last week Houston saw some flooding. Thankfully it wasn't quite as bad as predicted, but that's not to say we're out of danger for the year. Hurricane season is right around the corner, and the city's flat landscape means flooding, drainage and mitigating water are always top of mind for some people — especially those […]
Posted on · Last week Houston saw some flooding. Thankfully it wasn't quite as bad as predicted, but that's not to say we're out of danger for the year. Hurricane season is right around the corner, and the city's flat landscape means flooding and drainage are always top of mind for some people — especially those who live […]
Posted on · We've all experienced a power outage for one reason or another – whether it's a few minutes or hours. And, unfortunately, being in hurricane country, some Houstonians have had to experience being without power for days or more after a big storm. But what if you had to do without running water for that long? […]