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BVWaterSmart 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 – 2023

Brazos River Alluvium Water Levels | 2022-2023

BVGCD Meeting Schedule 

GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting | Friday, August 2, 2024 | 10:00 a.m. | Post Oak Savannah GCD Office | Milano, Texas

GMA 12 DFC Planning Meeting Notice & Agenda

GMA 12 Go to Meeting Link – Live meeting – JOIN HERE

Regular Board Meeting | Thursday, August 8, 2024 | 2:00 p.m. | District Office

Regular Board Meeting Notice & Agenda | August 8, 2024

Background Information for Regular Board Meeting

Teams Meeting Link – Livestream of 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.

Transport Permit Applications & Background Information

Transport Permit Correspondence, Comments & Contested Case Requests 

One-page Summary of Transport Permit Applications

BVGCD Transport Permit Hearing Presentation | June 18, 2024

GMA 12 DFC Planning | 2026 Planning 

GMA 12 Stakeholder Comment Submission Form

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 Wednesday, August 10, 2022;

Click here to view District Adopted 2021 DFCs 

GMA 12 Explanatory Report (Final – 2021) | January 28, 2022

TWDB Explanatory Report (2021) Administratively Complete | July 1, 2022

GMA 12 Planning Cycle 2021 | Relevant Documents

TEEA Environmental Excellence Award
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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 FY 2024 District Operating & Capital Budgets | November 16, 2023

Approved BVGCD Management Plan – December 20, 2023

2023 District Annual Report | Adopted February 8, 2024

District Water Conservation Plan | Revised & Approved | July 11, 2024

District Drought Contingency Plan | Approved | July 11, 2024