Lake Brazos Dam

Built in 2005, the Lake Brazos dam has now accumulated silt and debris on the up-stream side, reducing its functional capacity and, potentially, weakening its structure if not removed. This project will remove the silt and debris, enabling continued safe function of the Lake Brazos Dam and a stable water level through the downtown river corridor. A second phase will provide a permanent solution to help prevent the build-up of debris.

Projected Start/End Dates

This project is complete.

Projected Cost

Approximately $10.1 million

Anticipated Impact to Residents

We do not anticipate any disruptions due to this project.

Primary Core Issue Addressed

Water Master Plan: Asset Renewal

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