Water Projects for Texas

Somervell County success story: Wheeler Branch Off-Channel ReservoirNew
Somervell County success story: Wheeler Branch Off-Channel Reservoir

"Our county is growing, and now we can grow with it."

Lubbock success story: Lake Alan Henry
Lubbock success story: Lake Alan Henry

"Lake Alan Henry represents about 40 percent of our water supply.  Over the long term, it should help us with sustainable growth over the next 100 years."

Lake Texoma success story
Lake Texoma success story

"With this new capacity, our long-term surface water supplies are more secure."

Houston metro success story: Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project
Houston metro success story: Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project

"TWDB's assistance is critical. Absent the funding, we wouldn't have been able to start this project."

Houston metro success story: Lake Conroe project
Houston metro success story: Lake Conroe project

"Conroe can now tell industries 'We have a stable water supply if you locate here.'"

Dallas metro success story: Tawakoni and Wylie Water Pipeline Projects
San Antonio success story: SAWS brackish desalination facility

"It makes sense, from a water management standpoint, that we develop another resource."

Dallas metro success story: Tawakoni and Wylie Water Pipeline Projects
Dallas metro success story: Tawakoni and Wylie Water Pipeline Projects

"A supply of water from a regular system now gives communities the ability to look toward the future."

San Angelo success story: Hickory Aquifer development
San Angelo success story: Hickory Aquifer development

"If we continue to have the Hickory Aquifer available, companies and people will want to invest in our community."

West Texas success story: City of Eden
West Texas success story: City of Eden

"The deep water well is affordable thanks to the grant."

Panhandle success story: Amarillo's Potter County Wellfield
Panhandle success story: Amarillo's Potter County Wellfield

"Economic development is key, and it's tied to the availability of water."