Park Plan Status as of June 15, 2022

(See FBMUD118 website under RESOURCES / DOCUMENTS / PROJECT DOCUMENTS for more information on each park project.)

The District completed numerous capital projects intended to improve the quality of life within the District and promote water conservation. These include the addition of a walking/jogging trail around Figure Four Lake, a children’s splash pad area, a new playground, a pavilion, a village park playground, and a reclaimed water irrigation system to serve the community’s greenspace areas. The list below summarizes the projects complete by Fort Bend County Mud No. 118.


FBCMUD 118 Projects
Substantial Completion Final Completion
Barski Playground 7/3/2018 8/30/2018
Splash Pad 8/31/2018 10/30/2018
Barski Pavilion 8/31/2018 8/30/2018
Jogging Trail Phase I 10/2/2018 1/2/2019
Reclaimed Water Phase I 2/9/2019 1/20/2020
Jogging Trail Phase 2 2/15/2021 3/1/2021
Jogging Trail Phase 3 5/28/2020 8/25/2020
Playground at Waterside Village Park 11/6/2019 11/19/2019
Irrigation System Improvements 1/15/2020
Parking Lot near Lost Lake & Waterside Estates Circle 4/1/2022 4/12/2022
Landscaping Improvements & Gazebo at Figure Four Lake Anticipated September 2022 **

Final Park Improvements (PDF)

Rain Garden

Troop 152016 Silver Award Project
Cori Weitzel and Kailee Briones

What is a rain garden?

A rain garden is a depression in the landscape designed to catch and filter the rain water that runoff your roof, driveway, walkway, compacted lawn areas and other impervious surfaces

How it benefits the environment?

  • It brings down flooding streams and overflow drains.
  • Stops pollution sediment on our waterways.
  • It provides a habitat for wildlife.

Where to place a rain garden?

A rain garden is best located in a natural depression (where water flows naturally). They should be sited at least 10 feet from a house or building. While they should not be next to building foundation, rain gardens near impervious surfaces such as driveways, patios and sidewalks help capture the runoff from these areas. Sites with steep slopes may not be suitable for rain garden.

Here are the plants we used in the rain garden:

Special thanks to:

  • Susan Knight, Our Troop Leader and Project Advisor
  • Jaime Benoliel, Project Advisor from MUD 118
  • Rick Haddock, 7 GEN Planning Landscape Engineer
  • Josh Wailes, Mike Stones Associates
  • Enchanted Garden

This project wouldn’t have been possible with out your time, cooperation and contribution.

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Season is June 1 – November 30.

Preparedness Checklist

  • Make an Evacuation Plan. Find activated evacuation routes here: or by dialing (800) 452-9292. Call 2-1-1 to find out if you live in an evacuation zone.
  • Sign-Up for Emergency Alerts. Make sure your device is enabled to receive Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs).
  • Prepare an Emergency Supply Kit. Learn how to build an emergency kit here:
  • Review Your Home Insurance Policy and Check Flood Insurance Policy
  • Fort Bend County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management. Sign up to receive FBCHS&EM Alerts.
  • Register with State of Texas Emergency Assistance Registry (STEAR): or by dialing 2-1-1 if you live in evacuation zone and:

    • have a disability or medical needs and do not have a car or other vehicle to use in an evacuation.
    • have a disability or medical needs and do not have friends or family to help in an evacuation (STEAR Registry information collected is confidential.)

Hurricane Preparedness Online Resources