1. Flooding Risk Rises after Droughts

    Flooding risk typically increase after periods of drought. We typically get most of our rainfall in short bursts that create conditions that cause flash flooding. Our flash flooding risks will be increased following this extended period of drought. Read on...
  2. AA rating leads to Taxpayers saving over 5.1 Million dollars

    The District recently received extremely competitive bids for its first bond issuance securing an interest rate of 2.89% for the initial 51+ million dollars of bonds. Read on...
  3. Welcome to Central Texas and Flash Flood Alley

    Central Texas on average receives 34 inches of rainfall a year compared to Seattle’s 38 inches. You might want to read that again; we receive almost as much rainfall as Seattle. Read on...
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