We are proud of the services we provide and even more so of the employees who work tirelessly to keep the taps flowing and toilets flushing 24/7, 365 days a year. In fact, we are so proud of their commitment to their jobs, we like to refer to them as heroes.
Angela Kilpatrick, manager of watershed science and grants, knows the river backward and forward. In her 21 years with the Trinity River Authority, she has explored the river countless times, yet she continues to uncover objects in and along the river that teach her something new about the life that exists around it.
Hello, and thanks for visiting the new Trinity River Authority of Texas (TRA) website! I am going to be your tour guide of sorts. I won’t cover the full landscape because I want you to visit often and scroll through on your own. My friends call me TRAvis. I was named after the organization that I love.
A new one-of-a-kind tool is available to report flooding. The Flood Incident Reporting App is an easy-to-use application which allows landowners to submit current or recent flood data in their area. The information collected provides the Trinity River Authority and the National Weather Service with near real-time data to better evaluate flooding trends, confirm or refine flood categories and establish flood-risk reduction efforts.