FLOOD RESILIENCE TASK FORCE
A Coalition of the Jewish Federation of Greater Houston
The Flood Resilience Task Force exists to promote the preservation of the Greater Meyerland and Mid-Brays Bayou communities by connecting public and private stakeholders to optimize comprehensive flood response, recovery and mitigation strategies.
Houston is a city of neighborhoods and communities, and the Mid-Brays/Greater Meyerland community is a prime example of how a community can enrich the cultural diversity and economic viability of our city, when it is allowed to set roots in an area over time. The Mid-Brays/Greater Meyerland area is home to a vibrant Jewish community, but also home to other faiths, cultures, institutions, and outstanding public schools that make it an ideal neighborhood for young families.
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RESEARCH AND KEY FINDINGS
Download Neighborhood Reports
Mid-Brays Bayou Overview
Meyerland Super Neighborhood
Braeburn Super Neighborhood
Brays Oaks Super Neighborhood
Willow Meadows Super Neighborhood
JOIN OUR OCTOBER 28TH DISSCUSSION
Join us for a panel discussion to explore what Harris County Flood Control, the City of Houston, and the Jewish community are doing to help mitigate future flooding, and ensure the long-term vitality of neighborhoods, businesses, and religious and educational institutions in our community.