Summerís just around the corner and many of us are itching to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. If your plans this summer take you to the river or a reservoir operated by the Brazos River Authority, hereís a few commonly asked questions with answers. Please click here for more.
WATCH FOR WATER HAZARDS DURING CONTINUING DROUGHT
With lower reservoir levels, itís important to be aware of ever emerging hazards. From submerged stumps and sandbars to the potential of becoming ill from unmoving water, if youíre unaware of the hazards, your trip can become anything but a day at the beach. To learn how you can ensure your next trip to the water is a safe one, click here.
BRA MOURNS THE LOSS OF FORMER LONG-TIME GENERAL COUNSEL DAVID KULTGEN
The Brazos River Authority is mourning the loss of its former general counsel, Waco civic leader and philanthropist David Kultgen. A long-time Waco resident, Mr. Kultgen, 90, died Sunday at his home. For more, please click here.
LAKE GRANBURY PARK CONSTRUCTION CONTINUES
Rough Creek Park at Lake Granbury and the expanded Rough Creek boat ramp reopened to the public on April 30. The DeCordova Park and boat ramp have temporarily closed for construction that is expected to last about three weeks. Overnight camping is available at Thorp Spring, Hunter and Rough Creek Parks. For additional information, call 817-573-3212.