2016 Joint Groundwater Planning

The 2016 Joint Groundwater Planning is the second round of joint planning in which groundwater conservation districts in groundwater management areas develop desired future conditions for aquifers in the state. This planning round began on September 1, 2010. Groundwater management areas were required to propose to adopt desired future conditions by May 1, 2016. Below are summaries of adopted desired future conditions for each groundwater management area, documents submitted by groundwater management areas to the TWDB, and modeled available groundwater summaries and reports.

Documents will become available throughout the year as groundwater management areas adopt their desired future conditions and submit the required documentation to the TWDB, and as we calculate modeled available groundwater estimates for each groundwater management area.

Visit the groundwater management areas webpage for further information about each groundwater management area.

Groundwater Management Area 1
Groundwater Management Area 2
Groundwater Management Area 3
Groundwater Management Area 4

Groundwater Management Area 4 has not yet adopted desired future conditions.

 

Groundwater Management Area 5

There are no groundwater conservation districts within Groundwater Management Area 5.

 

Groundwater Management Area 6
Groundwater Management Area 7
  • Adopted Desired Future Conditions (partial 9/22/2016)
Groundwater Management Area 8
Groundwater Management Area 9
Groundwater Management Area 10

Groundwater Management Area 10 has not yet adopted desired future conditions.

 

Groundwater Management Area 11
Groundwater Management Area 12

Groundwater Management Area 12 has not yet adopted desired future conditions.

 

Groundwater Management Area 13
Groundwater Management Area 14
Groundwater Management Area 15
Groundwater Management Area 16
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