***Morningside Place Section 1    Pool and Park is Closed during the HCFC improvement construction***

Construction Advisory: Morningside Place Drainage Improvements Project

Citizen Service Team

HCFCD Project ID: A135-01-00-E001 – Bond Project ID: F-01

The Flood Control District, in partnership with the Harris County Water Control and Improvement District Number 89, will begin construction on the Morningside Place Drainage Improvements Project soon. This project aims to improve local drainage issues and reduce the risk of flooding in the Morningside Place subdivision, which is located south of the Sam Houston Tollway and north of Fellows Road.

The Morningside Place Drainage Improvements Project, which will be completed in two phases, will construct new outfalls, make improvements to the storm sewers, relocate the flap gate within Tributary A135-01-00, and lower the water surface elevation of the subdivision stormwater detention basins.

Phase 1, shown in purple on the
map, has been completed . Phase 2, shown in orange, will begin after Phase 1 and the necessary acquisition of right-of-way and easements are complete. The entire project is anticipated to be finished in spring 2024. 

The Flood Control District appreciates your patience through the duration of this project. For more information on the project and traffic control plan, visit hcfcd.org/F01.

Morningside Place Drainage Improvements Project     Project ID#: A135-01-00-E001    Precinct: 1
Contractor: Environmental Allies, LLC     Contract Amount –  Approximately $1.8 Million    

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Debris Clean-up Information from Rodney Ellis office - Precinct One

For questions about debris clean-up, please call the Harris County Debris Hotline at (713) 274-3880.

Precinct One is accepting debris drop-off at the following locations starting Wednesday, July 17 from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm, Monday – Friday until further notice. Additional locations may be added later. Debris accepted includes vegetative, construction, and demolition debris ONLY.

Hutcheson Park, 5400 Lockwood Dr, Houston, TX 77026 – Vegetative debris only
Miller Road Service Center, 15530 Miller Rd 1, Houston, TX 77049 – Vegetative, construction, and demolition debris accepted

Steps for Separating Your Debris For Pick Up
Debris should be placed curbside, without blocking roadways or storm drains
Debris collectors will make at least three passes in your area
Any debris placed from the sidewalk toward your property will not be picked up
Do not stack or lean debris on trees, poles, fire hydrants, or meters
If you don’t have a sidewalk, ditch, or utility line in front of your house, place debris at the edge of your property before the curb.
Use clear trash bags for loose debris.

Disaster Debris does include:
Vegetative Debris: leaves, logs, plants, tree branches
Construction and Demolition Debris: building materials, carpet, drywall, furniture, lumber, mattresses, plumbing
Appliances and White Goods: air conditioners, dishwashers, freezers, refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, water heaters
Electronics: computers, stereos, televisions, other devices with a cord

Disaster Debris does not include:
Normal Household Trash: normal household trash and bagged debris will not be picked up with disaster debris. You should follow your normal garbage removal schedule.
Household Hazardous Waste: Household hazardous waste (HHWI, such as paint (oil-based and latex), automotive chemicals, batteries, and lawn chemicals will not be picked up with regular debris piles. Harris County will notify all residents about HHW collection dates and drop off locations.

For questions about debris clean-up, please call the Harris County Debris Hotline at (713) 274-3880.

As we recover from Hurricane Beryl, agencies across Harris County are stepping up to serve those impacted.  If you need assistance, please call 346-286-2125, and we will do our best to help.

Rodney Ellis

Precinct One Commissioner