The refill of Lake LBJ is set to begin Feb. 24. The refill of Lake Marble Falls is set to begin March 18. For more information, visit the lake lowerings webpage. LCRA also is taking actions to further enhance public safety on Lake LBJ. Read more.
The Lower Colorado River Authority on Feb. 14 announced several significant actions to further enhance public safety on Lake LBJ following historic flooding last October.
Work is in progress to replace the floodgates at Tom Miller Dam, which creates Lake Austin. The $9.9 million project will help ensure the dam continues to operate reliably and safely for generations to come.
Watch General Manager Phil Wilson’s Jan. 23 report to the LCRA Board of Directors.
LCRA and its wholesale electric customers awarded $478,000 in grants to local communities through the Community Development Partnership Program. Eligible organizations may apply for the next round of grants Jan. 1-31, 2019.
The Lower Colorado River Authority is providing $100,000 each to Burnet and Llano counties to help the counties recover from recent historic flooding along the Colorado and Llano rivers.
The Highland Lakes watershed experienced historic flooding last month. Learn more about LCRA flood operations and ways to help you stay informed.
See what’s happening at more than 40 parks along the lower Colorado River.
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