The Lower Colorado Regional Water Planning Area is composed of all or parts of 14 counties, stretching from Mills County in the Hill Country southeast to the Texas Gulf Coast. Counties include San Saba, Burnet, Llano, Mills, Blanco, Gillespie, Hays (partial), Williamson (partial), Travis, Bastrop, Fayette, Wharton (partial), Colorado and Matagorda. Learn more about Region K.
Region K began the fifth round of Regional Water Planning (2017-2021) in 2016. Region K actively seeks public comments on the initially prepared water plan, the initial scope of work for a new planning cycle and for other items at various stages of each five-year planning cycle. Learn more about the planning process and how to get involved.
The Region K planning group typically meets quarterly. Meeting agendas are posted online and with the Secretary of State’s office at least three days prior to the meeting in compliance with the Texas Open Meetings Act. The meetings are open to the public. Learn more about the next meeting.