The TCEQ Dam Safety Program, which monitors and regulates both private and public dams in Texas, is expanding.
Using Water Wisely
Drought contingency planning helps keep the water flowing for Texans.
Partnership Protects "America’s Sea"
The Gulf of Mexico Alliance releases an action plan to address the challenges facing the world's ninth largest body of water.
New Laws Address Agency Priorities
In addition to passing 235 bills that affect TCEQ programs and address agency priorities, the 81st Texas Legislature funded TCEQ programs for another two-year cycle.
Environmental Excellence Takes Center Stage
Winners of the 2009 Texas Environmental Excellence Awards are recognized for outstanding achievements in environmental preservation and protection.
TCEQ Water Program Fees Increase
Revised rules, designed to ensure that sufficient funds are available to cover the cost of TCEQ water-program activities in the state for the 2010–2011 biennium, went into effect on July 30, 2009.
TCEQ Strike Team
The TCEQ Emergency Response Strike Team is ready for storm duty.
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