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Calendar for the TMDL Program

Dates for public meetings about projects of the TCEQ's Total Maximum Daily Load Program

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Check here for information about stakeholder meetings, opportunities to comment on proposed TMDLs or I-Plans, and requests for proposals on project contracts. Find out more about what it means to participate in TMDL and I-Plan projects.

Public Meetings

Meetings about TMDL projects are open to everyone. If you see a meeting you are interested in and need more information than is available on the project webpage, please email us at tmdl@tceq.texas.gov.

August 23, 2022Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) will provide updates to the Technical Support Document and Total Maximum Daily Load calculations for bacteria in Cotton Bayou

August 24, 2022. Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) will discuss the status of the Implementation Plan for the Caney Creek and Linnville Bayou watershed, as well as the TMDL addendum addressing an impaired reach of Caney Creek Tidal.

August 25, 2022Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) will discuss water quality issues affecting communities and stakeholders in the Oyster Creek and Upper Oyster Creek watersheds. 

August 30, 2022. Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) will discuss water quality issues affecting communities and stakeholders in the Chocolate Bay watershed, which includes the Chocolate Bayou, Mustang Bayou and Halls Bayou watersheds. 

August 31, 2022. Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) will discuss the current status and next steps of this ongoing effort to address water quality issues in the Big Creek watershed. 

Contact the TMDL Program

Call 512-239-6682, or email tmdl@tceq.texas.gov. Join the TMDL News e-mail list for notices of TMDLs or I-Plans for public comment or adoption and other TCEQ water-related news.

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