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The Brazos Basin News

The Brazos Basin News

In 1929, the 41st Texas Legislature voted to create the first agency in the nation tasked with developing and managing the water resources for an entire watershed. This year, the Brazos River Authority celebrates 90 years of serving the people of Texas. For more, click the photo.

The Brazos Basin News
Protect pipes to avoid big problems, expensive repairs

Protect pipes to avoid big problems, expensive repairs

Although winter deep freezes aren’t common in Texas, when they do happen they can result in burst water pipes and hefty repair bills. Fortunately, there are things you can do to avoid such disasters. For more, click the photo.

Protect pipes to avoid big problems, expensive repairs
NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS?

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS?

We all start the New Year with the best of intentions. If your resolutions involve exercise, get outside! The beauty and diversity of the Brazos River basin will help you achieve your fitness goals while forgetting why you needed a resolution to get started. For more, click the photo.

NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS?
Brazos River Roundup

Brazos River Roundup

January rings in the New Year and colder weather. This month, you can participate in a bird band, learn proper CPR technique or dig deep into your family roots. For a roundup of events in January throughout the basin, click the photo.

Brazos River Roundup
Current Reservoir Capacity
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftDate/TimeRelease
Possum Kingdom*--Gage unavailable 580 cfs
Granbury*692.710.0101/23/19 03:30 PM 1,300 cfs
Proctor1162.180.1801/23/19 03:30 PM
Whitney533.990.9901/23/19 03:15 PM
Aquilla537.730.2301/23/19 03:30 PM
Limestone*363.210.2101/23/19 03:45 PM 460 cfs
Belton602.818.8101/23/19 04:00 PM
Stillhouse632.3610.3601/23/19 04:00 PM
Granger506.152.1501/23/19 04:00 PM
Georgetown793.002.0001/23/19 04:00 PM
Somerville245.857.8501/23/19 04:00 PM
*Brazos River Authority reservoir. DROUGHT CONDITIONS BOAT RAMP AVAILABILITY CURRENT TEXAS OUTDOOR BURN BANS