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On the Record

On the Record

March is Women’s History Month and the Brazos River Authority is celebrating by looking at some of the women that make the organization thrive. Susan Trammell reflects on her journey with the BRA and how she ended up in her current position as Records Management Officer. Click the photo to read mor...

On the Record
Putting the human back in HR

Putting the human back in HR

The Brazos River Authority celebrates Women’s History Month by taking a look at some that make the organization thrive. Monica Wheelis reflects on her own female role model and how she aims to make HR more personal. Click the photo to read more.

Putting the human back in HR
Sunset Review

Sunset Review

The Brazos River Authority is undergoing a review by the Texas Sunset Commission. For more, click the photo.

Sunset Review
Step into Spring with Adventurous Activities

Step into Spring with Adventurous Activities

Whether you like to shop at your local Farmers Markets or explore the outdoors by hiking at a scenic park, the Brazos River basin has plenty of events for you to attend this March. Click the photo for more events.

Step into Spring with Adventurous Activities
Counting water

Counting water

Some areas of the Brazos River Authority’s water services department are, as you might think, busier when it rains. For Julie Andress, sometimes it’s the lack of rain that keeps her most on her toes. Click the photo to read more.

Counting water
Video Highlights
Current Reservoir Levels
ReservoirElevation+/- ftDate/TimeRelease
Possum Kingdom*998.46-0.5403/08/21 11:30 AM 100 cfs
Granbury*692.65-0.0503/08/21 11:30 AM 19 cfs
Proctor1161.49-0.5103/08/21 11:30 AM
Whitney530.00-3.0003/08/21 11:15 AM
Aquilla536.48-1.0203/08/21 11:30 AM
Limestone*363.000.0003/08/21 10:45 AM 6 cfs
Belton593.25-0.7503/08/21 11:00 AM
Stillhouse622.480.4803/08/21 11:00 AM
Granger504.390.3903/08/21 11:00 AM
Georgetown779.95-11.0503/08/21 11:00 AM
Somerville236.11-1.8903/08/21 11:00 AM
*Brazos River Authority reservoir.