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Hurricane crisis brings out the best in response efforts

As Hurricane Harvey made its turn into the Texas Gulf Coast, and residents wrestled with the difficult decision to evacuate or ride out the storm, Brazos River Authority staff activated emergency plans to ensure that wastewater treatments plants in Fort Bend and Brazoria counties kept operating. As it turns out, careful planning prevailed. For more, click here.  

Hoping to land “the big one?” Newly installed habitat is boosting fish populations
A joint program to improve fish habitat at reservoirs in the Brazos River basin is expected to help fish thrive, strengthening recreational fishing opportunities. Click here.  
Did you know there really are things you shouldn’t flush?
Be careful what you put in your toilet. It may seem like a small concern; after all, what harm could a cotton swab or flushable wipe cause?  In reality, flushing the wrong thing can cause big problems both in your home and further down the line. To learn more, go here.
Fall forecast: Are drier conditions likely to return?
Warmer than usual weather is forecast for the fall months, and as fall progresses toward winter, there is also the likelihood of drier than average weather, as well. For more on what to expect over the next few months, click here.
Fall is a fabulous time for recreation in the Brazos River basin 
The weather is cooler, so now is prime time to enjoy outdoor recreation. With opportunities available from North Texas to the Gulf Coast, paddling, hiking, and camping are even better in the autumn.  For more on where to go, click here.
Customer Profile: Stephens Regional Special Utility District 
Currently serving more than 1,400 customers, Stephens Regional Special Utility District is meeting the needs of Texans in six counties, with plans to expand. To learn more, click here.  
October Board of Directors quarterly meeting
The Brazos River Authority Board of Directors will meet Monday, October 30, 2017, at 10 a.m. at the BRA Central Office, 4600 Cobbs Drive in Waco. For additional information, click here.
Central Office: 4600 Cobbs Drive, Waco, TX 76710
Postal Address:  P.O. Box 7555, Waco, TX 76714
Central Office Telephone: 888-922-6272
The Brazos Basin newsletter is produced by the Government & Customer Relations Department.
Copyright October 2017