All branches will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day.
CyFair and Tomball College Libraries will also be closed Saturday, September 3 - Sunday, September 4.
All branches will reopen on Tuesday, September 6 for regular business.
Images and information on insects of Texas.
List of endangered and threatened species from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
Map of the current ozone levels for the area; from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission.
Space program information for the general public and kids.
Mission to preserve, protect, and enhance critical and sustainable portions of the Katy Prairie ecosystem west of Houston.
Assists citizens in managing wildlife on their property. The Oak Prairie area includes Harris County.
Oversees environmental issues in Texas.
Problem solvers, publications, and links.
Devises the flood damage reduction plans, implement the plans and maintain the infrastructure, and we carry out our mission with appropriate regard for community and natural values.
Flood potential maps for the Houston area.
State agency in charge of water planning and administration. Includes information on conservation and water condition.
Includes maps, flood preparedness information, and watershed information. As of March 8, 2004, includes updated flood data for several area watersheds.
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