Spring 2022 Newsletter

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Drought is Back

It's the end of April, but 98 % of the basin is already under some level of drought conditions. This dry period could be gone with May flowers. But if it doesn't break, and the experts don't think it will, you can take this opportunity to prepare for the potential of another multi-year period without sufficient rainfall. Learn more here.

Fishing Life Jacket

Saved by the jacket

Mark your calendar—the Brazos River Authority has planned two opportunities this May to score a free kid's life jacket, meet a lake ranger, and enjoy time out on Lake Granbury. Safety is our priority this summer, so why not have some fun while getting a free life jacket for your little ones? Read more here.

Whats Next

Drought conditions continue to worsen

Weather conditions in Texas are expected to remain hot and dry going into the late spring and early summer. While drought is a natural part of life, what does this mean for the Brazos River basin? Read more here.


Project Progress

The BRA supplies raw water, potable water, wastewater treatment services, and environmental monitoring throughout the basin, which means a variety of projects are constantly ongoing to meet demands. Read more here.


Getting connected with Lake Limestone

The Lake Limestone Fiber Optic Cable Upgrade Project is making it easier for everyone to get in touch with the Brazos River Authority’s Lake Limestone office. And by securing the communication efforts for the reservoir, the BRA has helped increase the internet speed for those in the surrounding area. Read more here.

Board Room

May Board of Directors Bimonthly Meeting

The Brazos River Authority's bimonthly Board of Directors meeting will be Monday, May 23, 2022, at the BRA Central Office, 4600 Cobbs Drive in Waco. Read more here.

Brown Bag

Join BRA management for a virtual lunch

The upcoming information session is June 2. Created to share insights on recent BRA projects, check out the past Brown Bag on the Brazos meetings here, where you'll also find the Microsoft Teams link to join the meeting.

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The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Central Office
4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
Copyright April 2022