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Shell-o River Authority blog readers! Today we’re highlighting a claw-some critter that is an important species in our local creeks and rivers: the freshwater crayfish! These crustaceans benefit the health

(SAN ANTONIO, TX) – The San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) is pleased to announce a strategic collaboration with WAZE, the popular crowd-sourced navigation app, to provide real-time information on

As the Authority on flood safety, the top priority for the San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) is public safety through flood risk management. With documented increases in the intensity

Within the San Antonio River Basin, the City of San Antonio and Bexar County have a long history of flooding, particularly flash flooding. As part of Flash Flood Alley, this

In observance of National Dam Safety Awareness Day, learn about the history of this day and the many dams operated and maintained by the San Antonio River Authority (River Authority).

The 1998 flood in San Antonio; a 100-year flood disaster. Photo credit: San Antonio Express-News Welcome to the San Antonio River Authority’s (River Authority) Basin Report Card series! The San

San Antonio Fire Department conducts rescues during major flooding in 2002. Photo credit: San Antonio Express-News The San Antonio River Basin is made up of a complex arrangement of creeks

Photo credit: Vanessa Velazquez As part of our commitment to safe, clean, and enjoyable creeks and rivers, the San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) leads stream restoration efforts to improve

The San Antonio River Basin has a long history of flooding that has shaped how communities prepare for future flood events. In the San Antonio River Basin, particularly in Bexar,

The San Antonio River Basin has a long history of flooding that has shaped how communities prepare for future flood events. In the San Antonio River Basin, particularly in Bexar,

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