New Advocacy Group, Barker Reservoir Flood Prevention, to Host Presentation on Flood Control for Katy

What:     Presentation on Flood Control for Katy

Who:     Steve Robinson, Partner with Allen Boone Humphries Robinson, LLP and a participant of Houston Stronger, a coalition dedicated to advocating for flood and storm Resiliency solutions in the Greater Houston Area.

When:    Thursday July 12, 2018, 6-8 pm

Where:   Kingsland Baptist Church, 20555 Kingsland Blvd., Katy, TX 77450 (Use the east entrance from Rennie Dr. to park closest to the meeting location, located on the second floor in The Loft.)


Barker Reservoir Flood Prevention, an advocacy group that seeks to educate residents on flood prevention for the Katy area, invites the community to learn more about proposed flood control solutions and discuss initiatives specific to the Barker and Addicks Reservoirs, Katy, and the Greater Houston Area.

The presentation will feature Steve Robinson, who has worked as a legal counsel in public affairs since the early 1990’s, with particular interest in regional water authorities, municipal utility districts, and land development and infrastructure. After Hurricane Harvey, Mr. Robinson has been instrumental in advocating for and helping to secure flood control projects in the Greater Houston Area through the Houston Stronger organization.

“All of us in Harris and Fort Bend Counties were affected directly or indirectly by our recent floods. Many residents are still waiting to return to their homes or living in partially repaired residences,” said Wendy Duncan, Katy resident and co-founder of Barker Reservoir Flood Prevention. “There are steps we can take to ensure better flood control for the future, but first we need to learn more about what is being proposed and how we help protect our property in the future.”

For more information on the Katy Area flood prevention efforts, like and follow @barkerreservoirfloodprevention on Facebook. For more information on regional flood prevention efforts and those that impact Katy, visit Harris County Flood Control District Barker Reservoir Bond Program at or Houston Stronger at