In 1991, the Texas Legislature passed the Texas Clean Rivers Act [Senate Bill 818]. The Act was intended to move Texas towards comprehensive water resources planning and management to ensure the integrity of the state’s water supply over the long term. The Clean Rivers Act requires an ongoing assessment of water quality issues and management strategies statewide. The Act established the Texas Clean Rivers Program under the Texas Water Commission (now the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, or TCEQ). The program is funded by fees assessed on wastewater discharge permittees and water rights holders as well as through TCEQ’s own state appropriations.
For more information on the Clean Rivers Program please visit the TCEQ CRP website. This website has information about the statewide program and links to Clean Rivers Program partner websites.
COOPERATIVE MONITORING SCHEDULE
The objective for the Cooperative Monitoring Schedule is to provide a process by which Planning Agencies will coordinate their monitoring activities with the TCEQ and other qualified monitoring organizations within the basin. The coordinated monitoring schedules are developed each spring in order to implement the new schedules for the coming fiscal year.
Further information may be found at the Lower Colorado River Authority’s website.
Maps and Details
|CRP Monitoring map 2017||2017 Parameters|
|CRP Monitoring map 2016||2016 Parameters|
|CRP Monitoring map 2015||2015 Parameters|
|CRP Monitoring Map 2014||2014 Parameters|
|CRP Routine Monitoring Map||2013 Parameters|
|CRP Monitoring Map 2012||2012 Parameters|
|CRP Monitoring Map 2011||2011 Parameters|
|CRP Routine Monitoring Map 2010||Systematic Monitoring Map||Other Project Monitoring Map 2010||2010 Parameters|