Submerged in Drought
Every part of the Brazos River basin is officially being affected at some level by drought.
Projections don't look hopeful, leaving some to fear we're entering a repeat of the 2011 drought.
Click here to look at how the basin's water supply is holding up and how we compare.
Lake Limestone's dam gate replacement project kicks off
For decades, the floodgates installed at the Sterling C. Robertson Dam have held back more than
203,000 acre-feet of water, creating a fishing mecca and major water supply reservoir we know as
Lake Limestone. But after 44 years, wear has prompted the full replacement of the dam's five gates
to continue safely doing its job on the Navasota River.
Read more here.
Maintaining an asset
Water and wastewater treatment plants play a large role in the Brazos River Authority's
mission to manage the basin's water quality. David Stabeno is there to help ensure the
maintenance is in place to keep these vital assets running. Read more here.
Drought increasing. What's next?
As we approach the end of July, drought levels are increasing almost daily.
What will the weather bring for the remainder of summer and the fall months?
Here's what you should know. Read more here.
July Board of Directors Bimonthly Meeting
The Brazos River Authority's bimonthly Board of Directors meeting will
be Monday, July 25, 2022, at the BRA Central Office, 4600 Cobbs Drive in Waco.
Read more here.
Join BRA management for a virtual lunch
The upcoming information session is Aug. 4. 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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