Upper Rio Grande Regional Flood Planning Group Draft Plan
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction and Description of the Upper Rio Grande Flood Planning Region
Chapter 2: Flood Risk Analyses
Chapter 3: Floodplain Management Practices and Goals
Chapter 4: Flood Mitigation Solutions
Chapter 5: Evaluation and Recommendation of Flood Solutions
Chapter 8: Administrative, Regulatory, and Legislative Recommendations
Chapter 9: Flood Infrastructure Financing Analysis
Chapter 10: Public Participation and Plan Adoption
URGFPG Technical Memorandum
As required in its Scope of Work, the Tech Memo outlines the current state of communities as they relate to potential flooding and flood mitigation.
URGFPG Flood Mitigation & Management Goals
This document outlines URGFPG established goals for the flood planning region.
URGFPG Process for Identification
This document outlines URGFPG evaluations of potential FMEs and Potentially Feasible FMPs and FMSs to be included into the State plan.
Texas is no stranger to flooding. With its diverse geography and extensive, hurricane-prone coastline, the state frequently leads the nation not only in structural damage but also in loss of lives related to flooding events. Learn more about flooding in Texas, its watersheds, as well as different types of flooding.
Click here to see a presentation about the URGRFPG’s Scope of Work (SOW) from the TWDB as well as the entire SOW.
Over the next several years, the URGRFPG will be working to create its first-ever Regional Flood Plan. Click here to see the conceptual schedule.
The Technical Memorandum for the Upper Rio Grande RFP is prepared in accordance with the TWDB RFP Scope of Work (SOW) Task 4c, which requires a concise summary of work regarding the following elements of the RFP.
The 86th Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 8 which established the regional and state flood planning process.
Chapter 16 of the Texas Water Code and the Texas Administrative Code Chapters 361 are relevant to regional flood planning.