Region L Planning Group
Reaching from the Gulf Coast to the Hill Country, the South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Area includes all or parts of 21 counties, portions of nine river and coastal basins, the Guadalupe Estuary, and San Antonio Bay. The largest cities in the region are San Antonio, Victoria, San Marcos, and New Braunfels. The region's largest economic sectors are tourism, military, medical, service, manufacturing, and retail trade. The region contains the two largest springs in Texas: Comal and San Marcos. Water planning in the region is particularly complex because of the intricate relationships between the region's surface and groundwater resources. With limited local water resources, the region will rely on water supplies from outside the region to meet its future needs.
Region L Counties
Meeting Minutes & Updates
Last Meeting: The most recent South Central Texas (Region L) Regional Water Planning Group (RWPG) regular meeting was held on September 3, 2020.
Meeting Minutes: visit the "Meetings" link on Region L's External Website for official planning group meeting minutes.
Next Meeting: Please see the Upcoming Regional Water Planning Group Meetings webpage for information on the next Region L meeting.
Region L Bylaws
Region L Water Plans
Region L Related Links
- South Central Texas Regional Water Planning Area Map
- Planning Group Members & Contacts
- South Central Texas Water Planning Group External Website
- San Antonio Water System
- BexarMet District Special Project
- Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority
- Edwards Aquifer Authority
- Groundwater Management Areas - GMAs 7, 9, 10, 13, and 15 overlap Region L