The subsidence model (which understates the amount of sinking that will occur) predicts that the amount of sinking will vary from less than 3 inches in northwest Montgomery County, to 3 FEET in southeast Montgomery County.
Since the sinking is uneven, several areas will sink more than the downstream area nearby - that will affect drainage capacity and cause flooding. If you live in these areas, where subsidence is more aggressive, that is, where the stars are on the map below, you're at increased risk of flooding. If you live in more rural areas of the county recall how much of our state's tax revenues are spent on flood mitigation. It should matter to you too. Let's make sure our groundwater conservation district is managing our aquifers sustainably and not putting property owners at increased risk of flooding.
The following three charts depict the labeled stream as it travels from its start on the x axis with the projected subsidence in the area on the y axis. The charts also points out particularly vulnerable areas. (By clicking on any of the 3 stream maps below you'll navigate to a gallery with larger views).