ENJOYING THE LAST MOMENTS OF SUMMER

Labor Day usually marks the winding down of summer fun and gearing up of school and football. But, if you’re looking to catch one last hurrah, the upcoming long holiday weekend allows a great opportunity to enjoy some of the last moments of summer and the beauty of the Brazos River basin.

ENJOYING THE LAST MOMENTS OF SUMMER

PUBLIC COMMENT ON CHANGES TO INTERRUPTIBLE WATER SALES PROCEDURE

The Brazos River Authority will accept public comment through October 2, 2015 on proposed changes to its Interruptible Water Sale Procedure. The BRA Board of Directors will consider Interruptible Water sales for 2016 at its October Meeting.

PUBLIC COMMENT ON CHANGES TO INTERRUPTIBLE WATER SALES PROCEDURE

SIZZLING SUMMER HEAT RESULTS IN RENEWED DROUGHT CONDITIONS

Though rivers and reservoirs throughout the state remain relatively full, this summer’s extended hot and dry weather brought a return to drought conditions to some portions of the state.

SIZZLING SUMMER HEAT RESULTS IN RENEWED DROUGHT CONDITIONS
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Current Reservoir Capacity
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftRelease
Possum Kingdom*998.52-0.4875 cfs
Granbury*692.52-0.1816 cfs
Proctor1160.69-1.3149 cfs
Whitney531.00-2.002925 cfs
Aquilla536.23-1.231 cfs
Limestone*360.86-2.1430 cfs
Belton593.88-0.1150 cfs
Stillhouse621.32-0.681 cfs
Granger504.080.244 cfs
Georgetown785.34-5.630 cfs
Somerville239.251.261257 cfs
*Brazos River Authority reservoir DROUGHT CONDITIONS BOAT RAMP AVAILABILITY