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Nonpoint Source Program

A federally funded program to reduce and prevent water pollution caused by runoff from urban and other non-agricultural nonpoint sources.

The Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program plans and implements activities that prevent or reduce urban and non-agricultural nonpoint source pollution in Texas waters. The Texas State Soil and Water Conservation BoardExit the TCEQ handles activities related to agricultural and silvicultural (forestry) NPS. Projects to prevent or reduce NPS pollution in Texas are voluntary and are supported by federal grant funds under Clean Water Act Section 319(h).

Nonpoint Source Web Viewer

See our interactive mapping application for Texas watershed plans and projectsExit the TCEQ that are protecting and restoring specific rivers, lakes, and bays.

Managing NPS Pollution Along the Coast

See the Texas General Land Office's Texas Coastal NPS ProgramExit the TCEQ website to learn how NPS pollution is being managed in Texas coastal waters.

Get Email or Text Updates from the NPS Program

To receive notices of NPS Program grant solicitations and other updates, go to the TCEQ Subscriber PageExit the TCEQ and request “News from the Nonpoint Source Program.”

Contact the NPS Program

Please email or call 512-239-6682.

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