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BV WaterSmart Wins TEEA Award for Water Conservation

Learn more about this project by viewing the video played at the awards banquet HERE. If you are interested in signing up, go to bvwatersmart.tamu.edu

All Monitoring Well Data

Brazos River Alluvium Water Levels | 2020-21

BVGCD Meeting Schedule

As of July 9, 2021, all Public Permit Hearings, Regular Board meetings, and committee meetings will be held in person at the District Office in Hearne, Texas. The District will no longer provide virtual or telephonic access.

Public Permit Hearing | August 5, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. | District Office -Hearne, Texas

Notice/agenda for Public Permit Hearing

Operating Permit Amendment Information | Burnside Investments, Inc.

Operating Permit Amendment Information | Union Pacific Railroad

Regular Board Meeting | August 5, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. | District Office – Hearne, Texas

Agenda/Notice for Regular Board Meeting

Background material for Regular Board Meeting

Public comments will be taken at the beginning of the meeting during the public comment period or during discussion on an agenda item. Each speaker will be allowed three (3) minutes per agenda item. Those wishing to make public comment will be asked to state their name and the agenda item(s) they want to address.

Information & Comments on the Proposed 2021 DFCs for All District Aquifers

All Comments Received & Support Material for Proposed 2021 DFCs | All Aquifers 

Posted Legal Notice of Public Hearing for Comments | Proposed Desired Future Conditions

Proposed 2021 DFCs for All BVGCD Aquifers

Approved Minutes – GMA 12 Meeting – March 18, 2021

Adopted Desired Future Conditions

The following Desired Future Conditions (DFCs) for the Brazos Valley Groundwater Conservation District aquifers were adopted by the Brazos Valley Groundwater Conservation District Board of Directors during the Regular Board meeting held Thursday, January 11, 2018;

GMA 12 Stakeholder Comment Submission Form

Click here to view District Adopted DFCs

GMA 12 Resolution to Adopt DFCs – September 20, 2017

GMA 12 Explanatory Report – September 20, 2017

TWDB Explanatory Report Administratively Complete

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 Districts’ primary objective, and legal mandate, is to ensure that enough high quality groundwater is available in our area for future generations.

Approved Amended FY2021 District Operating Budget – July 8, 2021

Approved BVGCD Management Plan –¬† May 13, 2019

Approved 2020 Annual Report

Approved District Water Conservation Plan