SAVE LAKE GRANBURY

 

 



 


 

For the past 40 years, Lake Granbury has grown to become one of the most popular scenic lakes in North Central Texas.

Today, the integrity of Lake Granbury and the tourism it brings to Hood County is being threatened. For the past several years, decisions made by the Brazos River Authority (BRA) have resulted in a dramatic decline in the water levels on Lake Granbury. Now the BRA is asking for a 60% increase in water sales. These water sales would have a detrimental affect on the economy of Hood County and Granbury's tourism.
 
 


Help us Save Lake Granbury and preserve the value it brings to the City of Granbury. 
Join
Lake Granbury Waterfront Owners' Association (LGWOA).  Membership open to all - you don't have to be a waterfront owner.
Annual Family Membership: $35; Annual Business/HOA Membership: $100.
 

JOIN LGWOA:    

Donate button: Stop the Madness Fund

 

 

"The Brazos River Authority  is taking the MOST water from the SMALLEST lake with the HIGHEST economic value and the LARGEST population."

  - Wayne McKethan, City Manager, Granbury, Texas


 


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