How to get involved?

Everyone is invited to attend the regional water planning group meetings to participate in the planning process.  Meetings are typically held at least four times a year usually on the second Wednesday of the month beginning in January of each year.  Additional meetings are sometimes scheduled as the need arises.  If you would like to get in touch with someone on the Region K team please use the contact us link to find the appropriate contact.  When comments are solicited by Region K the link located on the Region K home page will be activated.  Comments can always be made at every public meeting.  The time allotted is three minutes per person to ensure everyone gets heard.

 In January of 2013 the Lower Colorado Regional Water Planning Group  offered a “Regional Water Planning 101” session for anyone interested in learning more about the basic regional water planning process.  David Meesey, Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) project manager for Region K, presented regional water planning concepts to new Region K members and anyone from the public with an interest in the subject.  His presentation covered a wide array of topics, including the hydrological cycle, legislative response to the drought, the water planning process, examples of water management strategies and a glossary of terms commonly used in the planning process.