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WHY SHOULD YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SHOULD LEARN TO SWIM?

When it comes to staying safe around the water, one of the most important things that can protect you or your loved ones is knowing how to swim. The American Red Cross describes drowning as a “global public health problem,” but one that people can greatly reduce.

WHY SHOULD YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SHOULD LEARN TO SWIM?

PARENTS: BE AWARE OF DRY DROWNING

Recently, a highly publicized death of a child by dry drowning was reported in the media. Though dry drowning is not a new problem, every parent should be aware of the signs and symptoms. If symptoms are caught early on, dry drowning can be prevented. Here’s what you need to know.

PARENTS: BE AWARE OF DRY DROWNING

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

July is here, which means a lot of red, white and blue along with plenty of fireworks in the Brazos River basin. This month, you can watch championship bull riding, wiener dog races, or enjoy a watermelon or peach festival. Here’s a roundup of events in July throughout the basin:

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

SYSTEM OPERATION PERMIT DROUGHT STUDY

The Brazos River Authority's System Operation Permit Drought Study is complete. To view the full study, click the photo.

SYSTEM OPERATION PERMIT DROUGHT STUDY
Current Reservoir Capacity
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftDate/TimeRelease
Possum Kingdom*998.92-1.0807/24/17 11:00 PM 170 cfs
Granbury*692.65-0.0507/24/17 10:30 PM 2 cfs
Proctor1162.050.0507/24/17 10:30 PM
Whitney530.82-2.1807/24/17 10:15 PM
Aquilla538.000.5407/24/17 10:30 PM
Limestone*362.09-0.9107/24/17 10:45 PM 6 cfs
Belton594.030.0407/24/17 11:00 PM
Stillhouse622.140.1407/24/17 11:00 PM
Granger504.170.3307/24/17 11:00 PM
Georgetown782.88-8.0907/24/17 11:00 PM
Somerville237.70-0.2907/24/17 11:00 PM
*Brazos River Authority reservoir. DROUGHT CONDITIONS BOAT RAMP AVAILABILITY CURRENT TEXAS OUTDOOR BURN BANS