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Participants in Creekside Conservation Program honored

Watch General Manager Phil Wilson’s Jan. 22 report to the LCRA Board of Directors, in which he thanks Helen Miles and her family for their work with LCRA's Creekside Conservation Program to help protect land and water resources in our basin.

LCRA offers community grants to area nonprofits, first responders

The Lower Colorado River Authority is offering grants of up to $50,000 for community development projects in LCRA’s wholesale electric or water service areas.

Update on the Arbuckle Reservoir

The Board of Directors of the Lower Colorado River Authority on Dec. 10 approved a $65 million increase in the lifetime budget of the Arbuckle Reservoir for remedial construction and related costs.

LCRA to lower lakes LBJ, Inks in early 2020

LCRA will lower Lake LBJ and Inks Lake for eight weeks beginning Jan. 2, 2020, to assist in continued recovery from the October 2018 floods and provide property owners an opportunity to make needed repairs on docks, retaining walls and other structures.

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LCRA adds more renewable power to help meet customer needs

The Lower Colorado River Authority announced July 11 it has signed a contract to add 141 megawatts of solar power to its generation portfolio to serve its wholesale customers beginning in 2021.

Events at LCRA parks

See what’s happening at more than 40 parks along the lower Colorado River.








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