Winter 2022 Newsletter


A flood plan to save lives and homes of fellow Texans

Is there an A-Z guide to Texas regional flood planning? There's about to be. And you can be part of ensuring your neighborhood is included in those tactics. Click here to learn how the state is developing a roadmap to regional flood plans aimed at saving lives and homes.

January Board of Directors Bimonthly Meeting

The Brazos River Authority's bi-monthly Board of Directors meeting will be Monday, Jan. 31, 2022, at the BRA Central Office, 4600 Cobbs Drive in Waco. Read more here.

A dance with chemistry

The Brazos River Authority environmental services laboratory manager is not only light on his toes in a white lab coat and goggles but across the dance floor. A U.S. Marine with a Doctorate in Chemistry, Ahmed Kadry is well versed in what makes a clean river and is dedicated to ensuring every particular in every water sample is analyzed. Click here to learn more.

Cleaning water isn’t quite as simple as using that water to clean yourself. And since water can't be used to clean itself, how does the H20 that pours from the faucets of our home become safe enough to drink? Click here to learn how.

Wondering what's going on? Find your answers here.

The Brazos River Authority is making detailed insight into major BRA projects available to you with a click. From project summaries to budget and progress status, you may now follow each BRA project as it moves forward. Learn more here.

2022 Rings in a Dry Spell

New year, no new climate conditions here in Texas. The state's above-normal temperatures and lack of precipitation remain in the forecast for the beginning of 2022 and may continue into the spring. What does this mean for the Brazos River basin? Click here to learn more.

Join BRA Management for a virtual lunch

The upcoming information session is Feb. 10. Created to share insights on recent BRA projects, check out the past Brown Bag on the Brazos meetings here.

Check out these photos from guests visiting Lake Granbury!


ICYMI: Articles from Brazos.org

  • It's Hibernation Season For Your Boat & Dock: Texas isn't typically known for its harsh winters but rather for its infamous unpredictable weather. While we expect drier and warmer conditions due to the projected La Niña conditions, your boats and docks still need protection from the potential winter elements.
  • Words to Inspire, Educate, Inform: Need someone to explain to your class how the water that flows from your faucets is cleaned? Or speak to your community group about the importance of water conversation? Maybe you’d like to hear who uses the most water in the Brazos River basin. ( hint, it’s not who you think.)

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 January 2022