Brazos River Authority
The Brazos River Authority develops and distributes water supplies, provides water and wastewater treatment, monitors water quality, and pursues water conservation through public education programs.
US Army Corps of Engineers
The US Army Corps of Engineers is involved in planning, designing, building, and operating water resources and other civil work projects. We suggest that you check out the US Army Corps of Engineers Ft. Worth District - Proctor Lake for a site more specific to Lake Proctor, Texas. The site provides helpful information such as lake levels and recreational opportunities at Proctor Lake.
National Rural Water Association
The National Rural Water Association is America's Largest Utility Membership Association. NRWA serves over 20,000 Water and Wastewater Utilities including Upper Leon River MWD.
Texas Rural Water Association
The Upper Leon River Municipal Water District is a member of the Texas Rural Water Association. TRWA is a statewide non-profit organization. Upper Leon utilizes TRWA to help improve customer service and learn tips on providing safe drinking water for our customers.
Texas Water Utilities Association
The Upper Leon River MWD is also a member of the Texas Water Utilities Association. TWUA is a major contributor of training and technical assistance.
American Water Works Association
The American Water Works Association is an international nonprofit organization that is dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply. Opflow, the AWWA monthly periodical, provides useful information for the lab and general manager of Upper Leon.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) is the lead environmental agency for the state. Upper Leon River MWD corresponds with TCEQ's regional office located in Abilene, TX. TCEQ was formally known as TNRCC (Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission).
National Groundwater Association and WellOwner.org
Wellowner.org is your one-stop resource for information relating to private water well systems and ground water. Throughout, the importance of regular well maintenance and water testing is demonstrated again and again. After all, your water well system is a direct link to an underground water reserve and the responsibility is yours to protect this valuable natural resource, as well as safeguarding your family's health. The investment in proper testing and maintenance is more than worth it!