2021 Brazos Initially Prepared G Regional Water Plan - March 2020


Combined Volumes

Volume I - Executive Summary and Regional Water Plan
Volume II - Evaluation of Water Management Strategies
Appendices

Volume 1 - Executive Summary and Regional Water Plan

Cover
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Executive Summary Appendix
Chapter 1 - Description of the Planning Area
Chapter 2 - Projected Population and Water Demands
Chapter 3 - Evaluation of Current Water Supplies
Chapter 4 - Comparison of Water Demands with Water Supplies to Determine Needs
Chapter 5 - County and WWP Plans
5.0 Cover Sheet
5.1 - Bell
5.2 - Bosque
5.3 - Brazos
5.4 - Burleson
5.5 - Callahan
5.6 - Comanche
5.7 - Coryell
5.8 - Eastland
5.9 - Erath
5.10 - Falls
5.11 - Fisher
5.12 - Grimes
5.13 - Hamilton
5.14 - Haskell
5.15 - Hill
5.16 - Hood
5.17 - Johnson
5.18 - Jones
5.19 - Kent
5.20 - Knox
5.21 - Lampasas
5.22 - Lee
5.23 - Limestone
5.24 - McLennan
5.25 - Milam
5.26 - Nolan
5.27 - Palo Pinto
5.28 - Robertson
5.29 - Shackelford
5.30 - Somervell
5.31 - Stephens
5.32 - Stonewall
5.33 - Taylor
5.34 - Throckmorton
5.35 - Washington
5.36 - Williamson
5.37 - Young
5.38 - Wholesale Water Provider Supply Plans
5.39 - Water Conservation Recommendations
Chapter 6 - Consistency with Long Term Protection of the State’s Water, Agricultural, and Natural Resources
Chapter 7 - Consistency with Long Term Protection of the State’s Water, Agricultural, and Natural Resources
Chapter 8 - Recommendations for Unique Stream Segments, Unique Reservoir Sites, and Other Legislative Policy Recommendations
Chapter 9 - Infrastructure Financing
Chapter 10 - Public Participation and Adoption of Plan
Chapter 11 - Implementation and Comparison to the 2016 Brazos G Regional Water Plan

Volume 2 - Identification, Evaluation, and Selection of Water Management Strategies

Cover
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Water Management Strategies
Chapter 2 - Water Conservation
Chapter 3 - Wastewater Reuse
3.1 & 3.2 - Overview and General Evaluation of Direct Reuse Potential for Multiple Water User Groups
3.3 - Bell County WCID No.1 – Reuse Projects
3.4 & 3.5 - City of Bryan - Lake Bryan Reuse and Miramont Reuse
3.6 - Cedar Park Reuse
3.7 - City of Cleburne Reuse
3.8 & 3.9 - City of College Station Non-Potable Reuse & College Station Direct Potable Reuse
3.10 - City of Georgetown Reuse
3.11 - Waco WMARSS Reuse Projects
Chapter 4 - New Reservoirs
4.1 - Brazos River Main Stem Off-Channel Reservoirs
4.2 - Brushy Creek Reservoir
4.3 - Cedar Ridge Reservoir
4.4 - Coryell County Off-Channel Reservoir
4.5 - City of Groesbeck Off-Channel Reservoir
4.6 - Hamilton County Off-Channel Reservoir
4.7 - Lake Creek Reservoir
4.8 - Red River Off-Channel Reservoir
4.9 - South Bend Reservoir
4.10 - Throckmorton Reservoir
4.11 - Turkey Peak Dam – Lake Palo Pinto Enlargement
Chapter 5 - Groundwater Supplies and Projects
5.1 - City of Bryan Groundwater Strategies
5.2 - College Station Groundwater Strategies
5.3 - Williamson County Groundwater Strategies
Chapter 6 - System Operations
Chapter 7 - Conjunctive Use
7.1 - Lake Granger Augmentation
7.2 - Oak Creek Reservoir
Chapter 8 - Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR)
8.1 - City of Bryan ASR
8.2 - City of College Station ASR
8.3 - Lake Georgetown ASR
8.4 - Lake Granger ASR
8.5 - Johnson County SUD and Acton MUD ASR
8.6 - Trinity ASR in McLennan County
Chapter 9 - Regional Water Supply Projects
9.1 - Bosque County Regional Project
9.2 - Milam County Groundwater and Alcoa Supply for Williamson County
9.3 - Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority System
9.4 - East Williamson County Water Supply Project
9.5 - Lake Belton to Lake Stillhouse Hollow Pipeline
9.6 - Lake Whitney Water Supply Project (Cleburne)
9.7 - Somervell County Water Supply Project
9.8 - Trinity Basin Supplies to Middle Brazos
Chapter 10 - Augmentation of Existing Reservoir Supplies
10.1 - Lake Aquilla Storage Reallocation
10.2 - Lake Granger Storage Reallocation
10.3 - Lake Whitney Hydropower Reallocation
10.4 - Lake Whitney Over-Drafting Supply with Off-Channel Reservoir
10.5 - Millers Creek Reservoir Augmentation
Chapter 11 - Control of Naturally Occurring Salinity
Chapter 12 - Brush Control
Chapter 13 - Miscellaneous Strategies