The District is responsible for the operation and maintenance of flood control structures within the Upper Brushy Creek watershed in the Brazos River Basin. It's the local sponsor of 23 dams in Williamson County, Texas. Most of the dams are located north of Austin around the Cities of Round Rock, Leander, Cedar Park and Hutto.
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News & Events
The Board of Directors of the Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District are seeking a Director
to fill an unexpired four year term terminating in May 2018. For more information please review the Director Qualifications
or to apply please complete the Board Vacancy Application
and return it to the address listed above by mail or in person.
- Upcoming Board & Public Meetings
- The next regularly scheduled meeting is June 19, 2015 at 3:00 p.m.
- Office Closures/Holidays
- This office will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2015
Record Rain Event Hits District
Document Quick Links
- Lake Creek Flood Mitigation This link will redirect you to a City of Round Rock web page with information about a proposed flood mitigation plan for the Lake Creek Watershed. This plan involves a collaboration between the City of Round Rock and the District. The City is maintaining this web page to better inform the public about the status of the plan.
U.S. Geological Survey has installed rain and level gages at 22 District Dams and 5 stream gages within the watershed. For a list of these gages with links to real time USGS data click on the link directly below!
For real time hydrographs for the stream gages in the Brushy Creek watershed click on the link directly below!
NOTE: Data on the Flood Monitoring System is currently not being updated. Archived data is still available from the website or upon request from the General Manager. Please use the USGS LINK
to view current rain and level data at District Dams.