BV WaterSmart Wins TEEA Award for Water Conservation
BVGCD Meeting Schedule
Public Permit Hearing | February 11, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. | Virtual
Agenda/Notice of Public Permit Hearing
Regular Board Meeting | February 11, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. | Virtual
Agenda/Notice of Regular Board Meeting
Background material for Regular Board Meeting
Access to BVGCD Hearings & Meetings
Join the Zoom meetings (Public Permit Hearing & Regular Board Meeting) (videoconference)
GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting | Friday, February 12, 2021 | 10:00 a.m. | Virtual
Agenda/Notice – GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting
Background information – GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting
Join the GoToMeeting GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting (videoconference)
Join the GoToMeeting GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting (phone)
Public Hearing for Comments on the Proposed DFC for the Yegua-Jackson Aquifer | March 11, 2021 | 2:00 p.m. | Virtual
Posted Notice of Public Hearing for Comment
Supporting Material for Proposed Yegua-Jackson Aquifer DFC
To download the Zoom application for instructions to join the meeting using a computer or tablet or when using a cell phone, click the appropriate hyperlink. You may also raise your hand to be recognized during the public comment portion of the 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.
Governor Abbott has provided an avenue for all public meetings subject to the Texas Open Meeting Act to convene via teleconference or video-conference. This procedure remains in effect until the Governor rescinds the action or the emergency declaration expires. Below are the instructions on how to attend the meeting either by video- conference or telephone only.
Due to the COVID 19 situation, the District Office is closed walk-in visits. Staff members are working remotely to continue to provide important services to the Brazos and Robertson counties landowners and citizens. Do not hesitate to contact our office by calling 979-279-9350 or 817-774-6412. We will continue to check and respond to email as normal.
Listed below is important information for you to note:
Well drillers: Send any completed exempt well applications to email@example.com
Direct any new well applicants to our website to download an application. Send the completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Permit applications for non-exempt wells will be processed and handled in a prompt manner via teleconference Permit Hearings authorized by Governor Abbott.
Thank you for your patience and understanding!
Alan M. Day, General Manager
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;
Click here to view District Adopted DFCs
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.