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The Texas legislature established the Texas Clean Rivers Program in 1991 to provide a systematic, coordinated effort to evaluate and protect Texas’ water resources.

Joe Pool Lake Watershed Protection Plan


Joe Pool Lake now eligible for Watershed Protection Funding

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently approved the Joe Pool Lake Watershed Protection Plan. The plan was created by the Joe Pool Lake Watershed Protection Plan Partnership, the Trinity River Authority, and the Cities of Cedar Hill, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, and Midlothian to restore water quality in Joe Pool Lake’s Tributaries and protect Joe Pool Lake’s water quality.

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View Joe Pool Lake WPP
View Joe Pool Lake Summary Sheet

In the News

Check the Meetings page for more information on upcoming meetings and events in the watershed and additional information from past meetings related to the project.

Stakeholder Survey
Want to get involved in the watershed? Please be sure to take the Stakeholder Survey to let us know how you'd like to help out, or if you would like to recommend someone else who may want to get involved.
Take the Stakeholder Survey

Check out Lynn Creek Park and TRA on Facebook
For more info on what's up near Joe Pool Lake, check out Lynn Creek Park's Facebook page. The City of Grand Prairie Parks, Art and Recreation Department gives regular updates about activities, lake conditions, and where to rent equipment!

You can also check out TRA's Facebook page to learn about water conservation, quality, treatment, and safety, along with handy tips and how you can get involved!

Contact Us
For more information, please contact Heather Firn:
By phone: (817) 467-4343
By email:  firnha@trinityra.org

Funding provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality through a Clean Water Act § 319(h) grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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