With more funds and continued support from residents, BPUB is moving forward with its resaca restoration efforts through its collaboration with the city of Brownsville and the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. Almost a year and a half ago, BPUB received an overwhelming amount of support from residents for a grant that would fund resaca…
The heat couldn’t keep people away from the Belden Connect & Resaca Restoration Celebration Ride on the morning of Saturday, June 25. Dr. Rose M.Z. Gowen, Commissioner At-Large B, served as master of ceremonies for the event that marked the completion of the extension to the Belden Trail, which runs from Palm Boulevard to Sixth…
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board (BPUB) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold a public meeting about the Resaca Restoration Project on Tuesday, March 1 from 6-8 p.m. at the BPUB Administration Building Board Room.
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will host a public meeting March 1 from 6-8 p.m. about the Resaca Restoration Project. Learn more about this upcoming meeting in this week’s BPUB Update.
With dredging at the Cemetery Resaca complete, the Resaca Restoration Project crew turns its attention to bank improvements at the Old City Cemetery. Learn more about what BPUB is doing to improve the banks in this week’s BPUB Update.
The Outdoor Learning Garden at the Children’s Museum of Brownsville features an exhibit on BPUB’s Resaca Restoration Project. Learn all about the exhibit in this week’s BPUB Update.
November 2015 marked the official opening of a special collaboration between the BPUB and the Children’s Museum of Brownsville. The BPUB believes in the investment in our community’s children and the city’s resacas and what they mean to future water reliability.
Two Resaca Restoration Project tasks begin in November. The first, dredging of the Resaca Boulevard Resaca beginning Monday, November 9; the second, is the start of bank improvements at the Cemetery Resaca.