Cedar Park- Leander - June 2020

CONTENT PAID FOR BY UPPER BRUSHY CREEK WCID

CONTENT PAID FOR BY UPPER BRUSHY CREEK WCID

A DAM DISTRICT

UPPER BRUSHY CREEK WCID

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

10A Dam

Projects include modernization to meet updated regulations, rehabilitation to ensure dams continue to function into the future and new construction to address existing flooding.

Dam 1

Dam 2

Dam 5

15 Dam

Dam 10B

16 Dam

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DAM 8 MODERNIZATION This project will modernize the

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MEET THE DAMS

Dam 3

Dam 12 12

18 Dam

dam by widening its secondary spillway. The work will also rehabilitate its aging primary spillway conduit, address wave erosion on its front slope, and reduce the potential for future slides on the rear slope. DAM 22 REHABILITATION This project will permanently repair previous slide damage and stabilize other slopes against future slides. It will also replace and right-size the aging primary spillway conduit and adjust the parapet wall on top of the dam. 22

14 Dam

17 Dam

11 Dam

Dam 13A

Dam 4

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DAM 3 This is the District's largest reservoir capable of holding 2.15 billion gallons. That's a lot of flood storage! DAM 7 This dam features a labyrinth spillway and a trail up and over the dam in Brushy Creek Park, making it the most unique in the District. 7 DAM 12 This is the District’s longest dam measuring almost a mile! The dam works double duty slowing two creeks. 12

19 Dam

Dam 20

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Dam 21

Dam 7

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Dam 9 Dam 101 Proposed

Dam 6

Dam 102 Proposed

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Dam 8

We efficiently and effectively utilize one of the SMALLEST TAX RATES in the area. Your two cents pays for:

Average tax bill for a $300,000 home in the District YOUR 2 CENTS

Regulatory Compliance Operations and Maintenance

Dam Capital Improvement Program Emergency Preparedness

$4,017.00 $1,405.78 $1890.00 $1260.00 $60.00

School District City

M.U.D. County UBCWCID

CASEY CLAWSON PLACE 1 Elected in 2018, Casey currently serves as Board Vice President. He is a VP at a local construction company and has extensive construction experience.

MIGUEL VILLARREAL PLACE 3 Serving since 2008, Miguel currently serves as Board Treasurer. He is a civil engineer specializing in management of public infrastructure improvements.

JEREMIAH D. WILLIAMS PLACE 4 Elected in 2016, Jeremiah currently serves as Board Secretary. A small businessman and attorney, he is active in numerous charities and youth efforts.

MIKE FREEMAN PLACE 5 Elected in 2016, Mike currently serves as Board President. He is a Real Estate Broker and a long time leader in his flood-prone Round Rock neighborhood.

KATHY COOK PLACE 2

The Board of Directors is composed of five members elected to four year terms.

Elected in 2018, Kathy currently serves as Board Vice Treasurer. She is a Registered Nurse teaching at ACC and has personal experience with flooding impacts.

Casey.Clawson@upperbrushycreekwcid.org

Kathy.Cook@upperbrushycreekwcid.org

Miguel.Villarreal@upperbrushycreekwcid.org

Jeremiah.D.Williams@upperbrushycreekwcid.org

Mike.Freeman@upperbrushycreekwcid.org

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