Leona River Recreational Use Attainability Analysis
Status: In Progress
|Basin||Nueces River Basin|
|Segment Names and Numbers||Leona River, 2109|
|Counties||Uvalde, Zavala, Frio|
|Recreational-Survey Report||Preliminary report of field observations and surveys will be posted to the Web when completed.|
|Public Review of Recreational-Survey Report||The TCEQ has completed a report* of its Recreational Use Attainability Analysis for this water body and is now soliciting public comment to assist in making a recommendation. Public input is very important and will ensure we have local knowledge and the most accurate information to identify the appropriate recreational use of the water body. Once the comment period closes, the TCEQ will use the comments to make the most informed recommendation for the recreational-use category and criteria to be included in the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards. The TCEQ will not issue a formal response to the comments at this stage. There will be another comment period after the recommendation on recreational use has been published. Comments can be submitted via email to email@example.com or by mail to:
P.O. Box 13087
Austin, TX 78711
*Note: The interview forms containing personal information are not posted with the report.
Instructions for submitting public comments can be found here. There will be a 30 day public comment period closing on February 24, 2016 for the following water body:
|Public Comment on TCEQ Recommendations||The public will have an opportunity to comment on the TCEQ's recommendations. The recommendations will be published for comment in:
(1) the Texas Integrated Report,
(2) a Total Maximum Daily Load, or (3) a revision to the Texas Surface Water Quality Standards.
Instructions for submitting comments will be posted to the Web when the recommendations are published.
Will be published on this Web page when determined.
The RUAA for Leona River is available for download. The report and photos are in PDF. Approximate file sizes in parentheses.
For More Information
Additional information on the project is available on the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board’s project Web page.