Spring 2020 Newsletter

Notification signup of BRA reservoir releases now available online

Possum Kingdom

Those downstream of the three Brazos River Authority reservoirs have a more tech-friendly way of signing up to receive notifications of large releases from the dams. Learn more here.

BRA Central Office

April 2020 Board of Directors quarterly meeting canceled

The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will not meet April 27 for the quarterly meeting. For more details, go here.

Randy Lock

Lock's Leading Legacy

With more than three decades of experience, Randy Lock has served as a chief operator for several Brazos River Authority wastewater treatment plants. He leads by example and his passion for his job is contagious. Learn more here.

DeCordova Bend Dam

Pandemic Postpones Granbury Celebration

The 50th Anniversary of Lake Granbury & DeCordova Bend Dam plus the 5th annual Water Safety Awareness Day originally scheduled for May 2 has been postponed. Learn more here.

Waterfowl Hunting

Waterfowl Drawing Coming

The BRA offers a lottery-style drawing for hunting blind sites at Possum Kingdom Lake, Lake Granbury and Lake Limestone. With 60 established areas for waterfowl hunting blinds, hunters from across the state won’t want to miss out. Learn more here.

Spring Weather

Roll the dice for the Spring

The spring brought heavy rainfall to the northern portions of the Brazos River basin, but drought persists in the southern region. What’s expected for the remainder of the spring and summer months? Learn more here.


Healthy riparian zones benefit community too

From creating cooler water temperatures in the Brazos River, to reducing the amount of evaporation that occurs, a healthy riparian zone along the banks has a lot of community benefits. Learn more here.

Views from across the Brazos River Basin


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Copyright April 2020