Spring 2019 Newsletter

New Board chief takes water passion from past to Brazos River Authority future

Is your child safe? BRA hosts 4th Annual Water Safety Awareness Day

With a lifetime of serving others, Cynthia Flores is now bringing her father’s passion for water with her as the new Presiding Officer for the Brazos River Authority Board of Directors. For more, go here.

The BRA’s upcoming Water Safety Awareness Day offers more than free life jackets, games and hot dogs, but a reminder that drowning is sudden and it is silent – and 100 percent preventable. For more, go here.

Spring weather risk only slightly higher than normal

Springtime thunderstorms are here, but experts don’t expect the flood potential to be much higher than an average year. For more, go here.

BRA Lake Ranger can’t hide heroism despite best efforts

A hero among us, Lake Granbury Lake Ranger Kyle Lewis' actions recently saved a young girl’s life. The career law enforcement officer that specializes in environmental offenses was in the right place, at the right time. He says he “pumped and prayed." For more, go here.

Basin-wide flood data will help community leadership reduce future damages

Federal, state and local partners can now use flood risk data to help protect and plan for potential water damages to the public along the Brazos River and plan for future growth. For more on the Lower Brazos Floodplain Study, click here.

April 2019 Board of Directors quarterly meeting

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet Monday, April 29. For additional information, including a change in meeting location, click here.

Central Office: 4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
Postal Address: P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
Central Office Telephone: 888-922-6272
E-mail: information@brazos.org

The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Copyright January 2019