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TMDLs or I-Plans in Development

Current projects to develop total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) or implementation plans (I-Plans), which together are a road map for improving water quality.
communities working together taking care of our rivers, lakes, and bays

The TMDL Program works to restore Texas waterways that have limited quality in relation to one or more of their assigned uses, such as recreation, fishing, or healthy aquatic environment.

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Carancahua Bay: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A project to reduce bacteria and protect recreational safety in Carancahua Bay. The stakeholders and the TCEQ are developing a total maximum daily load (TMDL) and implementation plan (I-Plan), which together will be the road map for improving water quality.
Chocolate Bayou: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A project to reduce bacteria and protect recreational safety in Chocolate Bayou. The stakeholders and the TCEQ are developing total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and an implementation plan (I-Plan), which together will be the road map for improving water quality.
Corpus Christi Beaches: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A community project to reduce bacteria and protect recreational safety at beaches along Corpus Christi Bay. The stakeholders and TCEQ are developing total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and implementation plans (I-Plans), which together will provide the road map for improving water quality.
Lavaca River Above Tidal and Rocky Creek: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A project to reduce bacteria and protect recreational safety in the Lavaca River Above Tidal and Rocky Creek. The stakeholders and the TCEQ are developing a total maximum daily load (TMDL) and implementation plan (I-Plan), which together will be the road map for improving water quality.
Lower San Antonio River: A Community TMDL Project to Protect Recreational Uses A community project to reduce bacteria concentrations and protect recreational safety in the river. The TMDLs are adopted; stakeholders are developing the implementation plan. Together, the TMDLs and I-Plan provide the road map to improving water quality.
Navasota River: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A project to reduce bacteria and protect recreational safety in the Navasota River. The stakeholders and the TCEQ are developing a total maximum daily load (TMDL), which together with its implementation plan will be the road map for improving water quality.
Oso Bay: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A community project to reduce bacteria levels and protect recreational safety in the bay. Stakeholders are developing an implementation plan for the Oso Bay/Oso Creek watershed, which, together with the TMDLs, will provide the road map for improving water quality.
Oso Creek: A Community Project to Protect Recreational Uses A community project to protect recreational uses of the creek by reducing concentrations of bacteria in Oso Creek and in Oso Bay. The stakeholders are investigating ways to improve water quality, including development of a total maximum daily load (TMDL) and its implementation plan (I-Plan), which together are a road map for improving water quality.