TWDB Web Applications

Application Closure Notice:
The Online Water Use Survey application is closed for the remainder of 2022 for post processing of data and will re-open the beginning of 2023.
Sign-in Help:
Okta User Guide
Summary:
The Water Use Survey application can be used by reporting entities to complete and submit their survey to TWDB. Texas State Law requires entities using self-supplied or purchased groundwater, surface water or reuse for municipal, industrial, power generation or mining to submit a completed annual water use survey. For more information, please see:
Contact:
waterusesurvey@twdb.texas.gov
Application Closure Notice:
The Online Water Loss Audit application is closed for the remainder of 2022 for post processing of data and will re-open the beginning of 2023.
Sign-in Help:
Okta User Guide
Summary:

The Water Loss Audit application can be used to submit water loss audits to the TWDB. Retail water suppliers that meet one or more of the following conditions must submit a water loss audit annually by May 1st:

  • active financial obligation to the TWDB
  • more than 3,300 connections

All other retail public water suppliers are required to submit a water loss audit to TWDB every five years on a prescribed schedule.

For more information, please see the Water Loss Audit webpage.

Contact:
WLA-Group.twdb.texas.gov
Application Closure Notice:
The Online Water Conservation application is closed for the remainder of 2022 for post processing of data and will re-open the beginning of 2023.
Sign-in Help:
Okta User Guide
Summary:

The Water Conservation application can be used to complete the Water Conservation Annual Report, the Utility Profile (data component of the Water Conservation Plan), and upload a signed copy of the updated Water Conservation Plan. Entities meeting one or more of the following conditions are required to complete and submit a Water Conservation Plan:

  • more than 3,300 retail connections
  • active financial obligation, of more than $500,000, to the TWDB
  • a surface water right holder (must submit to TCEQ and TWDB)

Plans must be revised every five years.

Contact:
wcpteam@twdb.texas.gov
Launch Application:
APM - Regional Water Planning
Sign-in Help:
APM User Guide
Summary:
The Regional Water Planning data entry application is used by authorized regional water planning group consultants and Texas Water Development Board staff to update and maintain data included in the regional and state water plans. To see data related to published state water plans, please visit the Regional Water Planning Data web page.
Launch Application:
Okta - Water Use Survey
Sign-in Help:
Okta User Guide
Summary:
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Database Report Application also known as the Secure Agency Reporting Application (SARA), can be used to explore available database linked reports and export report data using formats like PDF and Excel. For more information, please see the TWDB Database Reports Application User Guide.

To access the TWDB Database Report Application without having to create an Okta user account, click on the following URL to be taken directly to the TWDB Database Reports public application.
Contact:
A contact email for each report can be found within the SARA application.
Launch Application:
Texas Water Service Boundary Viewer
Summary:
The Texas Water Service Boundary Viewer is used to collect accurate retail water service boundaries to better estimate and project utility population for the Regional Water Plans and the State Water Plan.
Contact:
WSBViewer@twdb.texas.gov
Launch Application:
APM - Texas Well Report Submission and Retrieval System
Sign-in Help:
APM User Guide
Summary:
The Texas Well Report Submission and Retrieval System is a cooperative Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) application that registered water-well drillers use to submit their required reports. For more information, please see the Submitted Drillers Reports webpage.
Launch Application:
TexMesonet
Summary:
TexMesonet establishes a unifying architecture for networks across Texas, aggregating data into a central location that includes stations maintained by the National Weather Service (NWS) and several other federal, regional, and local entities. TWDB continues to strategically add its own managed stations to improve statewide coverage.
Contact:
TexMesonet@twdb.texas.gov
Launch Application:
Summary:
The desalination plant database contains detailed information on public water supply desalination plants currently operating in Texas. The desalination plant database was initially developed in 2005 by the Bureau of Economic Geology for the Texas Water Development Board under the terms of Contract 2004-483-021. Information for the database was gathered primarily through self-reported surveys mailed to the utilities and cities and TWDB staff calling utilities to follow-up on information. The database was later updated in 2010, 2015, and 2020 by the TWDB staff. Only public water supply plants with a capacity greater than 0.025 MGD are included in the database. For information on, please visit TWDB Desalination Program.
Contact:
erika.mancha@twdb.texas.gov
Launch Application:
Water IQ
Summary:
The Water IQ application helps users identify their water supplier by zip code. For more information, see the Water IQ website.
Contact:
wateriq@twdb.texas.gov
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