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.
LAKE GRANBURY PARKS OPEN FOR CAMPING WITH LIMITED BOAT RAMP ACCESS
Rough Creek and DeCordova Bend Parks have reopened for the Memorial Day weekend. Boat ramp access remains limited. For additional information, click here.
TEMPORARY BOAT RAMP OPENING AT POSSUM KINGDOM LAKE
Just in time for the busy Memorial Day weekend, the Brazos River Authority has built a temporary boat ramp at Possum Kingdom Lake. The new ramp, located adjacent to the currently closed Public Boat Ramp, will be in operation beginning at 5 p.m. Friday, May 24. Two other BRA boat ramps are open on PK this weekend Ė at North and South D&D.
BRA MOURNS THE LOSS OFFORMER 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.