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Freese and Nichols was contracted by the City of Arlington to formulate and design drainage improvements to alleviate the repetitive flooding of approximately 30 residential structures in the Green Meadows subdivision. The flood prone homes are located in a low-lying area which is adjacent to an existing undersized channel.

The project started in 2008 with a dynamic hydraulic modeling study and alternatives analysis. Several public meetings as well as significant public...

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Project Background 

When the 23 dams in the Upper Brushy Creek watershed in southern Williamson County were built by the U.S. Soil Conservation Service in the 1960s, they met all safety standards for earthen dams in sparsely populated areas. Now, 21 of those dams provide flood control for one of central Texas’ fastest growing populations and, due to increased potential risk to the public (risk creep), are classified as high hazard dams. 

In 2000, the Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) was directed by the State of Texas to bring...

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TagsFlood Monitoring,