The following websites are resources related to water for landowners:
The website https://www.drought.gov/states/texas provides up-to-date information on drought conditions in Texas, including temperature and precipitation conditions, key drought indicators, outlooks, historical conditions, and water supply, agriculture, and public health maps. The website is part of the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), a multi-agency partnership that coordinates drought monitoring, forecasting, planning, and information at national, tribal, state, and local levels. The website also provides information on the agricultural impacts of drought in Texas. Additionally, the website provides links to other resources, such as the U.S. Drought Monitor and the Texas Water Newsroom, which provides information on the history of drought in Texas.
WATER RESERVOIR/LAKE LEVEL INFORMATION:
The website https://www.waterdatafortexas.org/reservoirs/statewide provides information on water supply reservoirs in Texas, including data on power generation, recreation, and municipal water supply. The website also offers recent conditions in CSV and plain JSON formats, and links to download the datasets. Additionally, the website provides links to USGS current water data for Texas and a monthly summary report on statewide and regional water conditions. The website is maintained by the Texas Water Development Board and is a useful resource for those interested in monitoring water levels in Texas.
WATER DISTRICT INFORMATION IN TEXAS:
Provides Texas wide water district information https://tagd.halff.com/
WATER WELL INFORMATION IN TEXAS:The Groundwater Data Viewer is a web application developed by the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB). The TWDB’s mission is to ensure a secure water future for Texas and its citizens, which is a vital part of the state’s overall vision and goals related to maintaining the viability of natural resources, health, and economic development. The Groundwater Data Viewer allows users to view groundwater locations in Texas and access data related to groundwater levels and quality. To use the application, users are required to sign in with a Texas Water Development Board ID. https://www3.twdb.texas.gov/apps/WaterDataInteractive/GroundwaterDataViewer/?map=gwdb
NOTE: Not all water wells are in this database, zoom into a location and click on a circle to obtain information.