If Your Home Flooded In Harvey, You May Be Entitled To Recovery

Did Your Home Flood During Hurricane Harvey?

WFDD residents whose homes flooded upstream of Barker Reservoir during Hurricane Harvey may have a one-time opportunity to seek recovery if their home falls within the flood easement. A series of Fort Bend County sponsored town hall meetings will provide more information on this important topic, including:

  • Status of the Addicks and Barker upstream Harvey-related litigation
  • Deadline for making a damage recovery claim
  • How to start a claim
  • What is being done to protect properties impacted by Harvey in the future

WFDD encourages residents to attend a town hall to learn more on the impact of litigation on their property and to speak with legal counsel at no charge about a potential claim.

Protect Your Rights – Attend an Upcoming Town Hall!

7 p.m. February 23, 2023 – Cinco Ranch Jr. High cafeteria

7 p.m. March 21, 2023 – McMeans Jr. High cafeteria (Change of date from March 23)

For the latest information and town hall meeting dates visit projectbarker.com/harvey-litigation.

WFDD constructs, maintains and operates drainage and recreational facilities to preserve and enhance the communities within its boundaries, which generally covers the areas known as Cinco Ranch, Kelliwood, Canyon Gate, Falcon Ranch, and Parkway Oaks. WFDD’s drainage facilities and operations span 5,700 acres, including 15 miles of channels, three community parks, and nearly 50 miles of trails. Find out more on the District at willowforkdrainagedistrict.com.

This mailer was paid for by Willow Fork Drainage District as a service to residents. 2023

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