Kemah Water Source: The Brazos River
The Brazos River and its tributaries begin as a trickle in the West and gain momentum as the river heads South. By the time it reaches the Gulf of Mexico, the Brazos River basin has provided 6.75 billion gallons of water each year for cities, agriculture, industry and mining.
The Brazos River Authority
The Brazos River Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1929 and was the first State agency in the United States created specifically for the purpose of developing and managing the water resources of an entire river basin. Today, the Authority’s staff of 250 develop and distribute water supplies, provide water and wastewater treatment, monitor water quality, and pursue water conservation through public education programs.
Listed below are the Facilities of the Brazos River Authority.
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