The Board elected a member from Granbury and another from Waco to serve as the Assistant Presiding Officer and Secretary.
Each will serve for two years or until a successor is selected.
Click here to read more.
The rain we so desperately needed did arrive, but the areas of the basin with the lowest reservoir levels have seen
little to no rain and no improvement to the lakes, rivers or tributaries in that area. While some areas of the basin
have seen lush green landscapes and full to nearly full reservoirs, other areas have seen dry landscapes and reservoirs
with major deficits.
For more, go here.
With lake levels in some areas of the state remaining just above 50 percent and hundreds of cities,
farms and manufacturers all vying for access to the same shrinking pool of water, how do you know
that the next time you turn the faucet, water will continue to flow? Who will ensure that the limited
water we depend upon isn't sucked up by someone else? To learn more, go here.
Kacy Zycha had already created and molded a position she loved with the BRA, when she
realized that she could do more. By juggling multiple aspects of her life outside of work,
she managed to become the only licensed female water treatment operator at the Williamson County plant.
Click here to learn more.
Whether you live in the Upper, Central or Lower Brazos River Basin, there are parks,
lakes and riverside attractions available to enjoy along with cooler temps.
to learn more about fun places to visit in the Brazos River basin.
The next Brazos River Authority bimonthly Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for
Monday, Jan. 29, 2024, at the BRA Lt. Gen. Phillip J. Ford Central Office, 4600 Cobbs
Drive in Waco.
to learn more.
Lt. Gen. Phillip J. Ford Central Office
4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
Copyright January 2024
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