Drawdown of lakes Austin, LBJ concludes

The six-week drawdown of Lake Austin and Lake LBJ ended Feb. 13. Both lakes are now back in their normal operating ranges. Read ​more.


La Niña out of the spotlight
The La Niña has ended, but does that end our chance for drought in Central Texas this spring and summer? LCRA Chief Meteorologist Bob Rose shares an update.​


Zip line above the pines
McKinney Roughs Nature Park is home to the first dual zip line in Texas. The new adrenaline-inducing attraction will have you soaring over picturesque box canyons, lush greenery and the lower Colorado River. Book your adventure at ZipLostPines.com.

LCRA, wholesale electric customers award more than $594,000 in community grants​
​The Lower Colorado River Authority and its wholesale electric customers recently a​warde​d $594,386 in grants to community projects throughout LCRA's service territory.​ Read a wrapu​p of CDPP grants awarded in late 2016 and January 2017​.​


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General Manager Phil Wilson gives kudos to employees

LCRA earns 'Storm Ready' designation for fourth time

LCRA receives $8 million grant for second new reservoir

Find out how the Lane City Reservoir will benefit everyone in the basin

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