MAP: Where high water has been reported on roads in north Harris County

Updated 3:45 p.m.

As rain continues to fall on the Houston area, Harris County Precinct 4 Constable Mark Herman has identified high water on the following roads in Precinct 4. The high water has mainly been noted in the Spring, Atascocita, Humble, Kingwood and Klein areas.

Of note, high water has been verified at the intersection of Beltway 8 and the Hardy Toll Road.

Residents are being urged to avoid travel and refrain from trying to cross through high water.



  • West Road from Deer Trail Drive to I-45

  • East and west sides of Veterans Memorial Drive and Fallbrook Drive

  • T C Jester Boulevard at Gears Road

  • Cypress Trails subdivision

  • 5800 Upper Lake Drive

  • 18600 Woodbreeze Drive

  • FM 1960 at Kenswick Drive

  • North Spring subdivision

  • I-45 at Tidwell Road (main lanes, both directions)

  • 7800 West Rayford Road

  • FM 1960 and West Lake Houston

  • Timberforest Drive- Atascocita

  • Cypresswood Drive and Dry Spring

  • 2300 North Spring Drive

  • 24400 Aldine Westfield and Old Cypresswood Drive

  • Clear Valley and Airtex Drive

  • Cypresspoint Drive and Cypresswood Drive

  • Meadowgate and Rivergate Drive (Cypresswood Green)

  • Aldine Westfield and Mesquite Ridge

  • Northcrest Drive near Klein Oak High School

  • 14400 Kuykendahl Road near Richey Road

  • West Lake Houston and Madera Run Drive

  • Beltway 8 and Hardy Toll Road

  • Aldine Westfield and Bellchase

  • Birnamwood Drive and Autumn Springs

  • FM 1960 and Foxwood Forest Boulevard

  • Cypresswood Drive and Enchanted Oaks

  • Meadow Edge Lane and Holzwarth Road

  • Cypresswood Drive to James Leo Drive

  • Shrub Oak, Quiet Rail and Cyril Drive

  • FM 1960 and Ella Boulevard

  • Cypresswood Drive and Treashwig Road

  • South bound Richey Road on the Hardy Toll Road

  • Jay Drive and Treaschwig Drive

  • Woodland Pines Drive

  • Cypresswood Drive and Treaschwig Drive

  • Spring Mill Lane and North Spring Drive


Find more information on flooded roads in Kingwood and New Caney here. Follow Constable Herman's office on Facebook for updates here.

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By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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