Meetings and events sponsored and/or in which CCFCC participates are described in this section. These focus on the key mission statement goals and issues listed in our “ Charter” Including: 
  • Flood damage mitigation
  • Deforestation and reforestation
  • Preservation of floodplains and related , environmental concerns
  • Development of the Cypress Creek Greenway


Held on the 3rd Wednesday of every month (unless advised otherwise). Open to all members and the general public.

Agenda details are e-mailed to all members prior to each  meeting. A map showing the location of the board meetings is provided below.

Date:   3rd Wednesday Monthly.
Time:   7:00 pm
Location:   Lake Forest Utility District
14223 Lakewood Forest Drive.

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Location: Ponderosa Pines Fire Dept. 17061 Rolling Creek Drive, Houston

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What Is Happening in Your Neighborhood? …Seen and Unseen? The Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition , CCFCC, cordially invites you to learn about such matters as local developments, drainage, fill, erosion, preservation, detention ponds,, NEW FLOOD PLAIN MAPS, and flood insurance at annual meetings. Guest speakers of local prominence on these subjects provide exceptional presentations - - - often providing information specific to the Cypress Creek Watershed which is not generally available through the general media.

Other Organizations in which CCFCC is a Member.

Bayou Preservation Association, Board Meeting: 2nd Monday every other month starting January.

City of Houston, Flooding & Draining Committee, Stakeholders Advisory Group Meeting: 2nd Wednesday each month.

Citizens’ Environmental Coalition.  Annual meeting each spring (generally in March / April).

Houston Wilderness.

Task Force, Harris County Flood Control District. .  CCFCC was appointed to the Task Force by Harris County Commissioners Court, July 27. 2004. The objectives set forth in the By-Laws are to (1) Advise and recommend policy and programs to provide adequate protection from hazards of flooding and facilitate economic development, (2) Create a method addressing short term and long range questions, and (3) Report to Harris County Commissioners Court on subjects of inquiry. Meetings are held in January, April, July & October (usually on the 4th Monday, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at HCFCD offices., 9900 Northwest Freeway.


Free Tree Distribution. We are continuing to participate in the Chevron Texaco annual tree planting along the floodplains and public properties located in the Cypress Creek watershed. The trees are available for pickup starting in November and continuing on a first-come, first-serve basis into January.

Stormwater  Quality Marker Program. This is another quality-of-life project with the goal of reducing the pollution of the stormwater flowing out of community streets into the tributaries and main channels of the bayous and creeks throughout Harris County. It is a very worthwhile project for scout troops, garden clubs, home owner associations and other community organizations. All materials and instructions are provided free-of-charge. The CCFCC Board of Directors encourages all MUD and Home Owner Associations in the Cypress Creek watershed to participate in organizing this project in your neighborhoods. Click here for more information.



This website is provided as a service to members of the Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition and the general public. It is intended to be used as a source of information to assist Neighborhood communities located in the Cypress Creek Watershed and elsewhere develop awareness, analyze risks and plan methods for dealing with storm water flooding and preservation of forested floodplain corridors. No information should be considered as being completely accurate nor warranted for any purpose. The Cypress Creek Flood Control Coalition is a participating Project Impact partner pledged to support developing a more disaster –resistant community in Harris County and surrounding area.

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