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How to Make a Water-Rights Priority Call

As a potential priority caller, you should contact the regional office that serves your county and coordinate access to the diversion location with one of our regional investigators as soon as possible.

We'll provide you with a one page questionnaire that will ask you for locational information, water-use information, and other data. You can respond to the questionnaire via telephone, e-mail, facsimile or any other expedited means.

To make a priority call, contact your regional office or our Field Operation Program Support Section at 512-239-0400.

Drought Impact on Texas Surface Water
Posted December 1, 2016  Updated Information


PWS Drought Contingency Plan Reporting Form
Public water systems should use the current stage of their drought contingency plan.

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