NCTCOG works with local governments and regional stakeholders to plan for future needs related to water resources in the North Central Texas Region.
Water Resources Council
The Water Resources Council, established in 1979, advises NCTCOG's Executive Board on both technical and policy issues related to water resources matters. The committee reviews day to day technical issues; oversees the water resources planning process; and performs technical review of water related grant applications. View Meeting Info
TMDL Coordination Committee
The TMDL Coordination Committee and technical subcommittees are made up of TMDL area stakeholders who review the implementation strategies defined in the Implementation Plan for TMDLs for Bacteria in the Greater Trinity River Region. Each committee aims to ensure that strategies outlined in the I-plan are being implemented to improve the water quality in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. View Meeting Info
Upper Trinity River Basin Coordinating Committee
The Upper Trinity River Basin Coordinating Committee is made up of regional stakeholders who have initiated a seven year effort to address bacteria impairments in the Upper Trinity River. View Meeting Info
Regional Stormwater Management Coordinating Council
The Regional Stormwater Management Coordinating Council (RSWMCC) is composed of 22 representatives from participating entities who provide guidance and oversight to the annual program. Council representatives serve a three year term, and are led by a Chair, Vice-Chair and Past-Chair. View Meeting Info
North Central Texas Watershed Stakeholders
The North Central Texas Watershed Stakeholders group meets annually to discuss water quality planning in the region and to exchange information about watershed management. The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 19, 2020 in the William Pitstick Confernce room, First Floor, NCTCOG Offices, Centerpoint II Building, 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, Texas 76011.
- March 5, 2019
- June 25, 2019