Board Meetings Moving to The Club at Riverstone Beginning Aug. 19

Beginning Monday, August 19, 2019, the LID 15 Board of Directors will host board meetings from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at The Club at Riverstone (18353 University Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas 77479). Board meetings will be held at The Club at Riverstone on the 3rd Monday of each month, with the exception of June, July and August (these excepted months begin in 2020).

During the months of June, July and August, board meetings will move to the offices of The Muller Law Group, 202 Century Square Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas 77478.

Down Trees

Residents of Levee Improvement District 15 (LID 15) may have noticed downed trees and limbs in the Riverstone area following the storms of April and May. The Directors of LID 15 have been working with Yellowstone Landscape to have these removed. Much of the debris has been cleared, but many more have fallen due to heavy rainfall and frequent thunderstorms.

Some locations require careful maneuvering of heavy machinery near homes, and residents are asked to stay clear of crews as they work to remove down trees in these ‘hard to reach places.’

There have also been delays in clean up near the Alcorn Bayou and Steep Bank Creek areas due to permitting issues in protected wetland areas that are governed by US Army Corps of Engineers regulations. Fort Bend LID 15 board of directors appreciates your patience.

If you have an area of concern, please send a note to the LID 15 website. Please make sure you include the closest street address to the problem so we can compare the location to the list Yellowstone is working down.

Weather Update

With the oncoming storm, we wanted to provide a brief update. Currently, we have full gravity flow in all areas of Riverstone (LID 15 & LID 19). We have no reported concerns with any of our available pumps (one is in the process of being repaired). The stations and the supplemental pumps (if needed) are operational if pumping is required.

With all storms in our region, there is a likelihood of heavy rains that have the potential to overwhelm the storm drains. If this happens street ponding may occur. Please drive safely and be aware of this possibility.

Should the circumstances change, we will alert everyone on the website, facebook page (LID 15), and through emails and text messages. If you have not already done so, you can sign up for district alerts here.