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Regional Ecosystem Framework

Watershed Roundtable Meetings Meeting attendees recording opportunities and challenges

NCTCOG is using a watershed-based approach to protect, sustain, and restore vital ecosystems; provide recreational and mobility opportunities; and contribute to the health and quality of people and communities in North Texas.

As part of this effort, NCTCOG, in coordination with local communities and agencies, facilitated a series of watershed roundtable meetings throughout the 12-county metropolitan planning area. Please see the table below for watershed meeting materials.

Watershed Meeting
Materials [pdf]

West Fork below Lake Worth ("river"):

Meeting held February 8, 2010 in Hurst

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, Trinity River COMMON VISION Program)
- Meeting Summary

Elm Fork below Lewisville Lake ("river"):

Meeting held February 8, 2010 in Farmers Branch

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, Trinity River COMMON VISION Program)
- Meeting Summary

Trinity River Headwaters ("river"):

Meeting held February 9, 2010 in University Park

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, Trinity River COMMON VISION Program)
- Meeting Summary

East Fork below Lake Ray Hubbard ("river"):

Meeting held February 9, 2010 in Mesquite

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, storm water, floodplain management, etc.)
- Meeting Summary

Ten Mile/Red Oak Creeks and Trinity below Dallas ("river"):

Meeting held February 10, 2010 in Lancaster

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, storm water, floodplain management, etc.)
- Meeting Summary

Richland Chambers Lake ("surrounding"):

Meeting held February 10, 2010 in Waxahachie

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed)
- Local Program Presentation ("Watershed Protection Plan Development for the Tarrant Regional Water District Reservoirs"- focusing on Richland Chambers Lake, Tarrant Regional Water District)
- Meeting Summary

Arlington/Benbrook/Joe Pool/ Weatherford Lakes ("lakes"):

Meeting held March 9, 2010 in Mansfield

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Lake Arlington Master Plan Project," Arlington Water Utilities)
- Meeting Summary

Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard ("lakes"):

Meeting held February 16, 2010 in Rowlett

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Watershed Management"- focusing on Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard, Dallas Water Utilities)
- Meeting Summary

Lake Worth/Eagle Mountain Lake and Lake Bridgeport ("lakes"):

Meeting held February 17, 2010 in Azle

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Lake Worth Watershed Protection Efforts," City of Fort Worth)
- Meeting Summary

Lewisville Lake and Ray Roberts Lake ("lakes"):

Meeting held February 18, 2010 in Denton

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Protecting Our Watershed: A Call to Action"- focusing on Lewisville Lake and Ray Roberts Lake, Upper Trinity Regional Water District)
- Meeting Summary

Grapevine Lake Watershed ("lakes"):

Meeting held February 18, 2010 in Roanoke

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Grapevine Lake Watershed Characteristics," Alan Plummer Associates, Inc.)
- Meeting Summary

Lake Tawakoni, Jim Chapman Lake, and Lake Fork ("surrounding"):

Meeting held February 23, 2010 in Greenville

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Watershed Protection"- focusing on Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork, Sabine River Authority)
- Meeting Summary

Brazos Upper and Brazos Lower ("surrounding")

Meeting held February 24, 2010 in Granbury

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed, integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Lake Granbury Watershed Protection Plan Update," Brazos River Authority)
- Meeting Summary

Cedar Creek Lake ("surrounding"):

Meeting held February 25, 2010 in Kaufman

- Agenda
- NCTCOG Presentation (overview of Regional Ecosystem Framework/watershed approach, perspectives on the watershed,; integrating transportation and environment and development)
- Local Program Presentation ("Watershed Protection Planning in the Cedar Creek Watershed " Tarrant Regional Water District)
- Meeting Summary

This project was partially financed through grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

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