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Landscape Irrigation

Training, licensing, rules, and regulations for landscape irrigators. Find a licensed individual or make a complaint about one.

Landscape Irrigation Regulation Stakeholder Process

Stakeholder information including meeting schedule, scope of project, and backflow/cross-connection technical information.

Chemical injection into Irrigation System – Backflow Requirements Exit the TCEQ

When fertilizer, insect repellent, or any other chemical is injected into an irrigation system, a Reduced Pressure Assembly backflow prevention device must be used to protect public water supply from contamination.

House Bill 2507 - Unlicensed Irrigator

Complaints against an unlicensed irrigator can now be filed in Municipal and Justice of the Peace courts, and law enforcement officers can issue a ticket; both citing a violation of Texas Occupational Code, Sec. 1903.256.

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Welcome to the TCEQ Licensing or Registration Information Search.

Track Complaints and Enforcement

Search TCEQ databases and reports for the status of complaints and enforcement actions.


New Information The TCEQ will conduct the upcoming Irrigator Advisory Council meetings:

Thursday, November 8, 2018 9:00 am
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
12100 Park 35 Circle
Building A, 2nd Floor, Conference Room 202
Austin, Texas 78753
Agenda Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

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Irrigator Advisory Council
This group advises the TCEQ on matters related to the practice of landscape irrigation.
Landscape Irrigation: Helpful Resources
Links to pages on LI at the national, state, and local levels.
Make a Complaint About a Landscape Irrigator
How to file a complaint and what to expect. Information about the rules governing landscape irrigation.