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News, Maps, and Photos: Implementing the TMDL for the Guadalupe River above Canyon Lake

Videos, news, maps, and photos about the plan to keep the river segment safer for recreation by reducing bacteria concentrations.


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County: Kerr
Parameter: Bacteria
River Basin: Guadalupe
Segments: 1806

Guadalupe River at Splitrock RoadLouise Hays ParkGuadalupe River at G Street

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This page highlights progress the stakeholders are making in improving the Guadalupe River. All of the links in this section exit the TCEQ website. Exit Site

News Stories

Published by the Upper Guadalupe River Authority (UGRA)

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Maps

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Photos

Monitoring Sites

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Camp Meeting Creek at SH173Goat Creek at Arcadia LoopGuadalupe River at Hayes DamGuadalupe River at footbridge in Louise Hays ParkGuadalupe River at Monroe DriveGuadalupe River at G StreetGuadalupe River at Nimitz DamGuadalupe River at SH16Guadalupe River at Splitrock RoadQuinlan Creek at Travis StreetQuinlan Creek at Loop 534Third Creek at Highway 27Guadalup River at Kerrville Schreiner ParkThird Creek at Ivy High School

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Parks, Pets, and Waterfowl

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Kerrville Schreiner ParkLouise Hayes ParkRiverside Nature CenterPoop Pickup Station 1Poop Pickup Station 2Bird Deterrent Net

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River Clean Up

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UGRA Annual River Clean UpUGRA Annual CleanupUGRA Annual River Clean Up

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Online and On-Air Information

Contact Us

Please e-mail us at tmdl@tceq.texas.gov, and mention the Guadalupe River TMDL project in the subject line. Or call us at 512-239-6682.

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