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WPP Implementation Projects of the NPS Program

Links to Nonpoint Source Program projects that fund implementation of watershed protection plans
Title Description
Arroyo Colorado Watershed: Continuing Coordination Support the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Partnership and its implementation efforts through 2014.
Arroyo Colorado: Implementing Low Impact Development (LID) Practices, Phase III A project to fund a third set of LID projects in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, implementing part of the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan (WPP)
Arroyo Colorado: Implementing Low Impact Development (LID) Practices A project to fund LID projects in various cities in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, implementing part of the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan (WPP)
Arroyo Colorado: Implementing Low Impact Development (LID) Practices, Phase II A project to fund additional LID projects in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, implementing part of the Arroyo Colorado Watershed Protection Plan (WPP)
Arroyo Colorado: Improving the McAllen Stormwater Facilities A project to install and monitor improvements at three regional stormwater detention facilities (RSDFs) in the City of McAllen
Cypress Creek: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan with Low Impact Development Demonstration and Guidance This project will demonstrate low impact development (LID) and provide local development review guidance on these systems and practices as part of the initial implementation of the Cypress Creek Watershed Protection Plan.
Dickinson Bayou: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan Implementation and demonstration of best management practices under the Dickinson Bayou WPP. Practices include water-smart landscaping, low-impact development, and on-site septic system maintenance and design.
Galveston Bay Low Impact Development (LID) Phase I This project demonstrates LID practices and quantifies reductions in nonpoint source pollutants through monitoring and modeling.
Halls Bayou-Westfield Estates: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan Implementation of low-flow water devices, a pet-waste program, and outreach for managing on-site wastewater facilities in Westfield Estates.
Healthy Lawns and Healthy Waters Education Project A project to deliver "Healthy Lawns and Healthy Waters" citizen training programs in the watersheds of Cypress Creek, Upper Cibolo Creek, Plum Creek, Geronimo Creek, and the Upper San Antonio River.
Hickory Creek Watershed: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) Initiation of best management practices implementing the Hickory Creek WPP.
Lake Granbury: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan A project to support a Watershed Coordinator and public outreach programs in the Lake Granbury area
Lower Nueces River: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan with a Septic System Assistance Program This project will implement a management measure identified in the Lower Nueces River Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) to address malfunctioning septic systems.
Plum Creek: Implementing a Watershed Protection Plan in Lockhart A project to implement portions of the Plum Creek WPP in Lockhart.
Plum Creek: Implementing Low Impact Development in the City of Kyle This project implements the Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan by installing low impact development (LID) best management practices at the City of Kyle’s wastewater treatment facility.
Plum Creek: Implementing the Watershed Protection Plan at the Headwaters in Kyle Implementation of portions of the Plum Creek WPP by mapping and improving the storm water system in the city of Kyle.
Sims Bayou: Riparian Restoration Project The Student Conservation Association, Inc. (SCA) will establish two acres of riparian zone in Milby Park along Sims Bayou.
Statewide: Low Impact Development Workshops A project to provide intensive workshops and consultations with people about low impact development policies and practices
Upper San Antonio River: Incorporating LID Practices at the Mission Drive-In Redevelopment A project to incorporate several low-impact development (LID) features into a multipurpose redevelopment project by the City of San Antonio