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LCRA’s plans for serving Texans in the coming years
General Manager Phil Wilson in his update to the LCRA Board of Directors discussed LCRA’s business and capital plans, which lay out how LCRA will continue working in the coming years to serve Texans. The Board on May 18 approved the business plan of about $438 million and authorized capital investments of about $669 million for energy, water and public service projects to support Texas in fiscal year 2023. Read the news release.

LCRA ‘Steps Forward Day’ volunteers work on community projects
Hundreds of LCRA employees volunteered on dozens of community projects during the seventh annual Steps Forward Day on April 1.

No lake drawdowns planned for 2022
LCRA does not plan to lower any of the pass-through lakes in the Highland Lakes chain in early 2022. This includes lakes Inks, LBJ, Marble Falls and Austin. The next opportunity for a routine lake lowering will be in early 2023.

LCRA awards more than $730,000 in community grants
LCRA recently awarded more than $730,000 in Community Development Partnership Program grants for a wide range of projects across LCRA’s wholesale electric, water and transmission service areas.

LCRA completes $51 million project to upgrade Buchanan Dam
The extensive project, which took more than a decade, will help LCRA continue to operate the dam safely and reliably for years to come.

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