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Brazoria Drainage District No. 4 controls certain activities within its jurisdictional authority.  The District grants permits and requires on-site availability of such permits.  Permits granted for activity within the District shall list the specific activities for which the permit was issued and the date of expiration.  Activities shall be limited to those shown on the issued permit.  The applicant is responsible for renewing permits prior to the expiration date and will be considered in non-compliance during the period that the permit is expired.

Types of Permits:

Rules, Regulations, & Guidelines

Effective August 8, 2023, use the above link for the District’s current Rules, Regulations, & Guidelines.

Brazoria Drainage District No. 4 is a political subdivision of the State of Texas.  It’s mission is to control and distribute the storm and floodwaters within its jurisdiction pursuant to Article XVI, Section 59 of the Texas Constitution, Chapters 49 & 56 of the Texas Water Code and all special legislation pertaining to the District.

To achieve this mission, the Board of Commissioners has directed that the District:

  1. Develop sound fiscal procedures to protect taxpayer monies.
  2. Design near-term and long-term goals and objectives.
  3. Establish guidelines for land development that has the potential to impact the distribution of storm and floodwaters.
  4. Schedule labor force and equipment to meet maximum efficiencies and use thereof.
  5. Report plans and program progress to the public through appropriate entities.

The District’s current Rules, Regulations, & Guidelines were approved and adopted at a regular meeting on July 11, 2023 and went into effect on August 8, 2023.


All resolutions associated with the Rules, Regulations, & Guidelines:

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