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THE BRAZOS’ ALLIGATOR GAR

THE BRAZOS’ ALLIGATOR GAR

Did you know Alligator Gar have been around over 100 million years according to fossil records? Their sheer size along with population in rivers, reservoirs and coastal bays has attracted fishermen to the Brazos River basin for decades.
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POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE'S SANDY BEACH PARK AVAILABLE FOR DAY USE ONLY THIS SUMMER

POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE'S SANDY BEACH PARK AVAILABLE FOR DAY USE ONLY THIS SUMMER

From May 12 – September 5, PKs Sandy Beach Park will be available to the public for day-use only. Camping opportunities at the park will resume in September. For more, click the photo.
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PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

A public meeting to provide information on the Lower Brazos Floodplain Protection Study will be held April 13, 2017, at 1 pm at the Rosenberg Civic Center. The meeting is open to all interested parties. For more, click the map.
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CUSTOMER PROFILE: SUGAR LAND REGIONAL SEWERAGE SYSTEM

CUSTOMER PROFILE: SUGAR LAND REGIONAL SEWERAGE SYSTEM

For more than four decades, the City of Sugar Land and the Brazos River Authority have maintained a strong partnership in meeting that community’s needs.
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BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

BRAZOS RIVER ROUNDUP

Spring has sprung, and there is plenty to do in the Brazos River basin during the month of April. This month, you can experience what life was like on the frontier, watch hot-air balloons and cool off with some homemade ice cream. Here’s a roundup of events in April throughout the basin.
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