Accepting Applications – Board Precinct 2 (Millwood, Lost Creek, SW Stonebrook)

The Board of Directors of LID 19 will consider appointment of a director to fill a vacancy on the Board. The term for this position expires May 2022.

If you are interested in being considered for the appointment and are a registered voter in Precinct 2 (a map of the District’s precincts can be found here), please forward your resume (or bio), address, and a brief statement of why you would like to serve on the Board to keely@mullerlawgroup.com or via USPS at 202 Century Square Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas 77478 by noon on Wednesday, November 10, 2021.

Potential Upcoming Significant Rainfall

As you may be aware, local weather forecasts are currently projecting potentially significant rainfall in our region.  The LID 19 Board and operational team is closely monitoring the weather.  Recent models indicate the potential for anywhere from 3″ to as much as 12″ of total rainfall in the coming week, with potential bursts of intense rainfall in a short amount of time.  Thankfully, Brazos River levels are currently low, and the ground is dry and should be able to absorb rainfall efficiently, at least initially.

All LID 19 pumping facilities, including supplemental pumps, are fully operational and ready to be deployed if necessary.  Your LID management and operators are monitoring the situation very closely and will take appropriate actions to manage the situation to the best of our hardware capabilities.

We encourage all residents to monitor the local forecast and take appropriate precautions, such as moving any parked cars off of the street prior to projected rainfall, and to never drive into high water.

Steep Bank Creek Pump Station Expansion Update August 2021

You may be aware that groundbreaking for the expansion project took place in April this year. Please see the link below for that article.

https://www.fblid19.com/latest-news/steep-bank-creek-pump-station-expansion-begins-the-expansion-significantly-increases-permanent-pumping-capacity/

This article outlines the update of the progress for this project as of last week of July 2021.

Installation of the new pump discharge water duct is well under way. A cut in the levee was needed to initiate this work. However, after installing the required civil work for the new duct outlet, the levee is rebuilt to about 70% of the original height and thus LID is not exposed to the riverside of the levee. In near future, the levee will be built back to 100% of the original height, above the newly installed duct.

The pictures below will give you a visual indication of the work under progress as of last week of July 2021.

Please feel free to inquire if you need further information.