A collection of local resources on topics such as river conditions, rainfall records, and a summary of which entities to contact with your concerns regarding groundwater, septic tanks, and the floodplain.
Guadalupe River in Kerr County map
This map was developed by UGRA staff using Google Earth and is for informational use only.
Current River and Rainfall Conditions
Click here for information on local rainfall and Guadalupe River stream flow data
For floodplain concerns within Kerrville City limits, contact the Flood Management Division of the City of Kerrville 830-792-8329 (Website)
For floodplain concerns within Ingram City limits, contact the City of Ingram 830-367-5115 (Website)
For floodplain concerns outside of city limits, contact Kerr County Engineering 830-896-9046 (Website)
For groundwater concerns contact Headwaters Groundwater Conservation District
For septic system issues contact Kerr County Environmental Health 830-896-9020 (Website)
UGRA is engaged in a partnership with the Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust to encourage the voluntary conservation, stewardship and enjoyment of the land and water resources of the Upper Guadalupe River watershed. More can be learned about the Trust at www.gbrtrust.org
Learn more about conservation easements through this Guide for Texas Landowners.
Public Water Systems
Questions regarding public water systems contact TCEQ public water systems division at 512-239-5844
Wildfire Preparedness Seminar on January 31, 2012 resources
Additional Local Resources
City of Kerrville; 830-257-8000 (Website)
Kerr County; 830-792-2200 (Website) (Public Notices)
Natural Resources Conservation Service; (830) 896-4911 x 3
Kerr County Soil and Water Conservation District; (830)896-4911 x 3 (Website)
Riverside Nature Center; (830) 257-4837 (Website)