On November 1, 1983, City Council adopted the Resolution setting forth the requirement for a Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. The Capital Budget is a Five year plan updated annually, addressing the infrastructure needs for the City of Houston.
On September 29, 2010 Mayor Parker presented her administration's plan for implementing Proposition 1. This document explains the principles established by the administration and how Proposition 1 would create a dedicated pay-as-you-go fund for improving and maintaining Streets and Drainage, including capital improvements, ongoing maintenance, and compliance with federal/state water quality laws in our drainage systems.
This document, the City of Houston Proposition 1 Charter Amendment, contains language for implementation of Proposition 1.
The ReBuild Houston Implementation Discussion Guide is a point-by-point guide to the process that will be pursued to implement the ReBuild Houston Initiative for improving and maintaining Houston’s drainage and street infrastructure.
This presentation of Drainage Charge and Exemption Analysis was given before City Council during the Mayor's Report on January 26, 2011.
The City Attorney's presentation to the City of Houston Council of the proposed draft Drainage Utility Ordinance— Municipal Drainage Utility System— on February 2, 2011.