San Antonio River Basin 20178 Clean Rivers Program monitoring map
2019 San Antonio River Basin monitoring map
Work plan and summaries for the San Antonio River Basin, 2017-2019
This document details the changes made to the basin-wide Quality Assurance Project Plan to update Appendix B for fiscal year 2019 and changes to section B5 to address the outsourcing of laboratory samples. This amendment also updates titles for LCRA signatories and updates maps of sample sites for FY19.
The San Antonio River Authority is seeking to add the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority Laboratory as a sub-contracted laboratory for the San Antonio River Basin Clean Rivers Program Quality Assurance Project Plan. This will allow for samples to continue to be analyzed in the event the SARA Laboratory is unable to analyze samples within method specified hold times.
It is necessary to make adjustments to the monitoring schedule for the San Antonio River Basin QAPP. Due to access and safety concerns, adjustments are being made to accurately reflect the monitoring that is being conducted.
The City of Boerne has chosen to no longer participate in the Clean Rivers Program. This amendment serves to adjust the monitoring schedule for FY18 to reflect this as well as remove all references to the City of Boerne from the QAPP.
In 1991, the Texas Legislature passed the Texas Clean River Act (Senate Bill 818) in response to growing concerns that water resource issues were not being pursued in an integrated, systematic manner. The act requires that ongoing water quality assessments be conducted for each
A portion of the Upper San Antonio River, Segment 1911, has been identified by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) as impaired due to
DATA EVALUATION REPORT
Development of an Implementation Plan for Bacteria for: Segment 1910 Salado Creek
Segment 1910A Walzem Creek
Segment 1911 Upper San Antonio River