FBCLID 2 operators remain onsite and prepared to respond to flood or drainage emergencies during the COVID-19 outbreak. The FBCLID 2 pump station, levees, and ditches continue to be routinely maintained and inspected. Because these facilities provide crucial protection to the community, all operations personnel are considered essential workers. The District’s emergency planning and operations over the past several years have resulted in cross training a large number of inspectors and operators. FBCLID 2 has also invested in communication and network technology to operate and monitor all facilities remotely with limited in-person interaction. The FBCLID 2 Board of Directors has adopted emergency meeting procedures to provide business continuity for the District during the COVID-19 outbreak. The March 18 meeting of the Board of Directors continued as scheduled, via teleconference. Details about future public meetings will continue to be posted online at www.fbclid2.com .
FBCLID 2 recently launched a new Emergency Operations webpage that includes many resources available to all FBCLID 2 residents.
- Emergency Operations graphic
- Brazos River & Ditch H water level outside the levee
- Ditch A water level inside the levee
- Bill Little Pump Station operations
- FBCLID 2 critical elevations for levees, homes, and streets
- Graphic displays “live” values and automatically updates
- Rain and Stream Gauges
- Rainfall totals
- Drainage ditch water levels
- Staff Gauges
- Camera images inside & outside levee at pump stations
- Photos automatically update hourly
Third Pump Station Construction
Construction activity continues on the Third Pump Station and work remains on schedule to be operational by spring 2021. Additional construction details are available at: www.fbclid2.com/third-pump-station-construction/.