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Board of Directors Comments on Proposed City of Bryan Aquifer Storage & Recovery (ASR) Project

Click here to read submitted ASR comments

BVGCD Meeting Schedule

Regular Board Meeting – September 8, 2016 – Brazos County Commissioner’s Courtroom – Bryan, Texas – 2:00 p.m.

Click here for Regular Board Meeting Agenda

Click here for Regular Board Meeting background materials 

Adopted Proposed Desired Future Conditions

The 90-day public comment period commenced April 19, 2016 and will end at close of business on July 18, 2016. Written comments may be delivered by email to aday@brazosvalleygcd.org, mailed to P.O. Box 528, Hearne, Texas, or delivered to the District Office at 112 W. 3rd Street, Hearne, Texas. Two public hearings were held during this 90-day period, one in both Brazos and Robertson counties. Times and locations of the public hearings are listed here. The posting of notices will occur at least 10 days prior to the hearing date and may be viewed at both courthouses, the BVGCD office, on this website and in both The Eagle and Robertson County News.

The following proposed Desired Future Conditions (DFCs) for the Brazos Valley Groundwater Conservation District aquifers were adopted at the Groundwater Management Area 12 (GMA 12) planning meeting held Friday, April 15th:

Click here to view Adopted Proposed DFCs

Click here for the Notice of Proposed Desired Future Conditions Public Comment Period

Click here for GMA 12 DFC Resolution Adopted April 15, 2016

Click here for GMA 12 DFC Attachment A

Click here for GMA 12 DFC Attachment B

Below are links to Background Materials/Presentations used to formulate the Adopted Proposed Desired Future Conditions

2016 GMA 12 Archived Minutes/Data/Presentations

2015 GMA 12 Archived Minutes/Data/Presentations

2014 GMA 12 Archived Minutes/Data/Presentations

2013 GMA 12 Archived Minutes/Data/Presentations

HOUSE INTERIM CHARGES – 84th Legislature

House Interim Charges – 84th Legislature

High Quality Groundwater For Our Area

The Brazos Valley Groundwater Conservation District is a not-for-profit local government that was created with a directive to protect and conserve the groundwater resources of Brazos and Robertson counties. The district’s primary goal, and legally required mandate, is to make sure that enough high quality groundwater is available in our area for future generations.

2015 Annual Report – Approved 

Approved 2016 Budget

Approved Amended 2016 Budget – July 14, 2016