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CUSTOMER USE & RESERVOIR ACCOUNTING SUMMARY AVAILABLE
The Brazos River Authority has posted a graphic representation and summary of customer water usage and an accounting of reservoir storage for the 2014 calendar year. 
 
The graphic is a comprehensive representation of water supply use by BRA long and short-term customers.  It also presents an easy to understand graphic representation of the water supply within each reservoir for the 2014 calendar year including inflows, supply use, environmental releases, and representation of the amount of water lost to evaporation for the 12-month period. 
 
“Though this information has always been available to the public upon request, it has not been available in a comprehensive graphic format with the information in one location,” said Brad Brunett, water services manager for the BRA.  “We hope this graphic will help to answer some of the many questions posed by the public.”
 
The graphic summary is available in portable document format (pdf) that may be printed.  There is also an accompanying explanation document that answers basic questions about the information and provides term definitions.  To view the full Customer Water Use and Reservoir Accounting Summary, click here.  For additional information on the Customer Water Use and Reservoir Accounting Summary, please contact the BRA Public Information Office at 888-922-6272.  
U.N. PREDICTS GLOBAL WATER SHORTFALLS
A new United Nations report has predicted looming international water shortages, underlining the continued importance of using our water supply wisely and increasing conservation efforts. For more, click here.
BOATER SAFETY COURSES COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE
Drought conditions have shown some improvement in parts of Texas. As we head toward warmer weather, it is still extremely important for boaters to take special care to avoid the obstacles that can be seen and those that remain just below the surface. And while using caution during challenging conditions is important to boater safety, so is learning what to do should an emergency arise on the water. Click here.
  CURRENT GATE OPERATIONS
   In cubic feet per second (cfs)
Possum Kingdom Lake 20 cfs   low flow  
Lake Granbury 2 cfs   leakage  
Lake Limestone 470 cfs   1 gate @ 1/2 foot  

 
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Lake Levels
Lake Level +/- ft Date/Time
Possum Kingdom 985.77 ft -13.23 ft 4/18/2015 5:30 am
Granbury 684.30 ft -8.40 ft 4/18/2015 5:30 am
Limestone 363.23 ft 0.23 ft 4/18/2015 5:45 am


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