Flood Management

Located at the Lake Conroe Dam, the Flood Management Division’s primary functions include: developing short-term and long-term regional flood management strategies within the Authority’s portion of the San Jacinto River Basin;  building partnerships with federal, state, and local government entities; identifying funding sources and opportunities; and coordinating, collaborating, and potentially partnering with other flood management entities throughout the entire San Jacinto River basin.  The Flood Management Division oversees the partnership and implementation of planned and funded projects, including the transfer of operations and maintenance of completed projects to partnering entities.

Recent Press Releases

Temporary Flood Mitigation Goal Reached; Releases from Lake Conroe End 8-31-2018
SJRA Begins Temporary Seasonal Lake Lowering – 08-01-2018

Recent Documents

FAQs Regarding Seasonal Lowering Strategy – 07-30-2018
FAQs Regarding Seasonal Lowering Proposal – 05-16-2018
FNI Lake Conroe Dam Gate Operations Modification Analysis – 04-10-2018
FNI Supply Analysis Memo – 04-09-2018
SJRA’s Reply to HNRC – Chairman Lyle Larson – 01-05-2018

Related Pages

Watersheds of the San Jacinto River Basin
Lake Operations and Rainfall Dashboard

Related Links

Harris County Flood Warning System (HCFCD)
Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
National Weather Service (NWS)
National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (NOAA)
United States Geological Survey (USGS)
Weather Underground WunderMap