Proposition D

PROPOSITION D WILL FUND $49 MILLION TO IMPROVE AND EXPAND FLOOD PROTECTION AND STORM DRAINAGE FACILITIES

  • Every district in the city will receive improvements that address flood protection, storm drainage relief and erosion control
    • $39 million will go toward system-wide needs
    • $9.75 million will go toward district-specific needs (allocated by the Dallas City Council)
  • Although there are dozens of projects listed in the bond program, key ones in each Council district are as follows:
    • Erosion control for Coombs Creek – Hampton to Davis – District 1
    • Storm drainage for Gilford-Roanoke Area Relief System for Phase II of Brookhollow Bridge – District 2
    • Erosion control for Shady Hollow Court and Boulder Drive – District 3
    • Flood management for Kings Branch Culver at Denley – District 4
    • Flood management for Prairie Creek Channel and bridge improvements at US Route 175 -- District 5
    • Flood management at Chalk Hill Branch at IH-30 and Loop 12 – District 6
    • Storm drainage at Abshire Lane – District 7
    • Storm drainage at Nandina – Pine Trail Area – District 8
    • Flood management for Vermont Channel – District 9
    • Storm drainage from Forest Ridge 9700 block to Chiswell 9600 block – District 10
    • Storm drainage for Royal Lane 7012 – District 11
    • Storm drainage for Tree Shadow Trail 5910 – District 12
    • Flood management for Preston Hollow Channel, Desco drainage – District 13
    • Storm drainage for Alderson 3700 – District 14