Contact CAPCOG

6800 Burleson Road
Building 310, Suite 165
Austin, TX 78744

T:  (512) 916-6000
F: (512) 916-6001


Close Map | Staff Directory
RSS icon
Text size: A A A

Water Central Texas-Flooding

Water reaches the bottom of a bridge in the city of Austin during the 2015 Memorial Day floods.

General Information Conservation

As flooding becomes more prevalent in the region, it is important to understand what actions other cities and counties are implementing. CAPCOG has compiled the CAPCOG counties’ Flood Damage Prevention Ordinances and flooding studies and reports produced by CAPCOG, and cities and counties in the ten-county region.

Flood Damage Prevention Orders in CAPCOG

Flooding Studies from CAPCOG Member Governments

Click to read the Travis County Flood Mitigation Study 2017 Travis County Flood Mitigation Study 2017 Click to read the City of Austin Onion Creek Flood Study City of Austin Onion Creek Flood Study
Click to Read the City of Austin Upper Brushy Creek Floodplain Study City of Austin Upper Brushy Creek Floodplain Study Click to read the Disaster Resiliency & Recovery in The Texas Capital Area Study. Disaster Resiliency & Recovery in the Texas Capital Area

 

Other Flooding Resources

The EPA's Flood Resilience Flood Guide cover page, which shows images of people talking about flooding mitigation and images of flood damage. EPA’s Flood Resilience: A Basic Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities
This guide is a one-stop resource to knowing flood threats and identifying practical mitigation options to protect critical assets.