Houston Public Works will temporarily lower Lake Houston to 41.0 feet tonight, beginning at 8:00 p.m. Lake Houston is being lowered for maintenance purposes only. Lake Houston has a normal pool elevation of 42.5 feet. Lake Houston is currently at an elevation of 41.4 feet.
The levels in Lake Houston will naturally return to 41.5 feet, through rain events. In order to continue the rehabilitation project, Lake Houston will be kept at a level near 41.5 feet throughout the duration of the
, which is expected to be completed late 2020.
Property owners along the lake should secure all belongings located at the shoreline, boat docks, and piers. Property owners should be prepared for changing lake levels, as advance notice may not be possible.
For more information on the Lake Houston dam rehabilitation project, contact
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