Bastrop County, with participation from Travis County and the City of Pflugerville, has been awarded a Texas Water Development Board Flood Protection Planning Grant to conduct a flood plain study of the Wilbarger Creek Watershed shown below. Halff has collected land survey data and has begun entering data at roadway crossings and stream crossings into flood models that will determine flood plain extents. The flood plain extents will be used to determine structural and nonstructural flood damage reduction projects, including roadway crossing improvements, channel improvements, regional detention, etc., will be proposed which will be used to develop a comprehensive Flood Protection Plan for Wilbarger Creek. Bastrop County, Travis County, and the City of Pflugerville would like the community’s input to ensure that areas where riverine flooding has impacted roadways or homes will be identified and evaluated.

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* 1. Enter the zipcode of your residence or business.

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* 2. Is your residence or business within the FEMA regulated floodplain? Enter your address below to see if you're within a floodplain: https://msc.fema.gov/nfhl

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* 3. Has riverine flood waters entered your home?

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* 4. What was the depth of riverine flood waters that entered your home? (in feet or inches, or just a general explanation such as ankle high or knee high)

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* 5. Has riverine flood waters flooded your property?

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* 6. What was the depth of riverine flood waters that entered your property? (in feet or inches, or just a general explanation such as ankle high or knee high)

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* 7. If you prefer for us to contact you in regards to obtaining the photos or videos please leave your contact information below. Otherwise, please send them to ksmith@halff.com.

Thank you for your response, we appreciate you taking the time to share your comments and concerns with us.
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