Federal Emergency Management Agency

Environmental Assessment for the Shoreline Protection Project in Bazoria County

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As a direct result of Hurricane Rita’s storm surge and intense wave action along the Village of Surfside Beach shoreline, severe erosion and damage occurred resulting in losses to the shoreline and damage to structures located along the beach. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is considering funding the construction of a revetment structure to be located along the seaward side of Beach Drive to provide protection to Beach Drive and public infrastructure landward of Beach Drive. The shoreline is currently proximately 120 feet from Beach Drive and has lost approximately 30 feet per year due to erosion from 2004 to 2006 (Texas General Land Office [GLO] 2007). Without protection against beach erosion, the roadway and public infrastructure could be damaged or lost entirely in future storm events.
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Icon for file of type text/plainPublic Notice - Chapter / Section Number: 1
2.20KJune 1, 2007
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Icon for file of type application/pdfFinding of No Significant Impact
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Icon for file of type text/plainEnvironmental Assessment for the Shoreline Protection Project in Bazoria County
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