Is bounded to the North by CR44, on the west by Petronila Creek, on the south by CR14A, and on the east by CR61, refer to figure 1. The land within the district's boundary is approximately 106 square miles or 67,840 acres. The district is responsible to maintain and operate approximately 51 miles of large ditches and 200 miles of smaller feeder ditches within its boundary. There are also 160 bridges, 300 culverts, 90 spillways and 300 large drain pipes within the district.
The District's primary function is to provide adequate and good quality drainage on the western portion of Nueces County. These efforts are fulfilled by the strategic maintenance off the district's facility along with monitored and controlled developments within its boundary.
Nueces County Drainage District # 2
Capital Improvement Plan Bond
FEASABILITY STUDY / MASTER DRAINAGE PLAN $ 543,5000
Bosquez Rd. / Avenue J Drainage Improvements 2,453,731
Casa Blanca Drainage Improvements 810,000
Ditch A / Bluebonnet 1,312,000 Professional Fees and Administrative Expenses 210,769