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The Coastal Texas Program

The Coastal Texas Program is a transformative initiative to deliver critically needed risk reduction from coastal storm surge for the communities, nationally important industries, and vital ecosystems of the Texas coast.

A partnership of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Gulf Coast Protection District, and the Texas General Land Office – the program represents an integrated and comprehensive coastal resiliency strategy, addressing a wide array of immediate and long-term coastal risk reduction and ecosystem restoration needs across the entire Texas coast.

Join with us in this ambitious effort to prepare the Texas coast to better withstand future hurricanes, helping to secure a resilient future for this vitally important region. This website will be updated regularly with status updates and further program information, in addition to ways you can learn more or get involved in the program moving forward.

CTX Costal Texas Program

Project Partners

The Coastal Texas Program is led by the following project partners:
USACE Galveston District

Federal Sponsor

Entire Program

Gulf Coast Protection District

Lead Non-Federal Sponsor

Galveston Bay Storm Surge Barrier System

Texas General Land Office

Lead Non-Federal Sponsor

Coastwide Ecosystem Restoration Plan and South Padre Island Beach Nourishment Project

Multiple Lines of Defense

ON THE TEXAS COAST

Multiple Lines of Defense

Renderings are for illustration purposes only and are subject to change

Multiple Lines of Defense

ON THE TEXAS COAST
Multiple Lines of Defense

Visit the Coastal Texas Story Map for a visual representation of the 2021 Final Report for the Coastal Texas Study.

Coastal Texas Story Map

Visit the Coastal Texas Story Map for a visual representation of the 2021 Final Report for the Coastal Texas Study.

Coastal Texas Story Map

News and updates

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