Two New Board Members Needed

On November 6 the residents of LID 15 voted to add two directors to the existing board of directors. Wednesday, November 14 the current board of directors chose the process for the additions.

To accommodate the move to a five-person board the district was broken up into five separate precincts. This way the entire area is represented equally. The current elected board members represent precincts 2, 4 & 5. Since no one from precinct one and three decided to run for election to the board, we need to find two people from those districts to appoint.” Board President Darrell Groves

Each director serves a four-year term ending in 2022. If you are interested, you need to be from Precinct 1 or Precinct 3 (community listings follow), provide a full name with address and a statement of interest on why you wish to be considered for a board position. In place of, or in addition to, the statement, you can also provide a resume.

  • Precinct 1: Riverstone North Sections 1 and 6, Ivory Ridge, Avalon Sections 1-5
  • Precinct 3: Avalon Sections 6-24, Marble Bend

The district will be accepting applications until 5 pm on Monday, December 10. They can be delivered in person to the LID’s legal representative:
Muller Law Group, PLLC
202 Century Square Boulevard
Sugar Land, Texas 77478

Digitally applications can be emailed to

We are asking our community to share this message and assist our efforts in finding qualified candidates that are willing to serve their community as board members.

Brazos River Projections

Over the last few weeks, there has been a significant amount of rain in our area and even more upstream to our north. As such, river projections are increasing on the Brazos River, and the board wanted you to be aware. Today (10/18), the forecasted crest stands at 39.2 feet.

An anticipated crest approaching 40 feet will seal off gravity flow to the pump stations. This action means all rainfall that occurs this week (or until the Brazos River gauge recedes below 40 feet) will be pumped out of the area. We do not anticipate any issue with the storage capacity inside the district.

How are the pump stations?

All of our pump stations are fully operational and prepared for the potential 2-4” of rain expected over the next week. There is no expectation of any issues or concerns over this event.

We will not provide another update on this storm unless the conditions on the Brazos change.

Mosquito Spraying to Begin in October

During the monthly Levee Improvement District 15 (LID 15) meeting, the directors approved periodic mosquito spraying to begin in October. The vote was unanimous.

While this is not a required activity of the LID, the board believed that it was an action within their purview due to mosquito development from LID 15’s drainage and water detention facilities.

The board opted for a monthly relationship with BUGCO Pest Control (Richmond, TX). This is the same company that sprayed after Hurricane Harvey. The spraying will take place weekly in October; then the board will decide each month as to the need. As the weather cools, mosquitos are less frequent.

Additional resources for LID activities can be found of the official LID 15 website (