U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Even when the water recedes, major repairs may still be required at lake facilities.
The creek, which runs behind residential neighborhoods, is still taking in water from an overflowing Lake Grapevine.
At the Marquis Apartments, complex management left a note with tenants of eminent flooding. Many chose to go ahead and pack up belongings and leave.
The city of Flower Mound has warned homeowners about the rising water, but so far everyone is staying put.
The Trinity River has risen five feet since Monday night; making it more than 35 feet high.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District will reopen Lewisville Lake to boat traffic on June 5.
Lake Lewisville stood at more than 534 feet Tuesday, two feet above flood pool, and 12 feet above what’s normally considered full.
Resident: “Obviously my concern is that Lake Lewisville levels will get high enough to get into my house.”
Business owners along Lake Grapevine plan to make the best of things despite rising water that’s sure to keep people away.
If that happens, it would be only the seventh time since Lewisville Dam was built.
2,000 cubic feet of water is being let out of the Lake Ray Roberts dam every second.
Residents in and around Collin County are being treated to a sight they haven’t seen in years. Lake Lavon is so full, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is releasing water from the lake to reduce flood risks.