Quick links on this page:
- District Monitoring Sites and Gauges of Interest Map
- USGS Gauges in District
- Interactive Maps
- Weather Stations
- Well Problem Report Form
District hydrogeologists use a wide range of data to help understand aquifer dynamics. For general commentary, observations, and current aquifer conditions, visit the District’s Drought Monitor Blog.
District Monitoring Sites and Gauges of Interest
The interactive map below shows the District’s hydro zones, boundary, and important monitoring sites. Additional detail is available by clicking on points of interest. USGS stream gauge sites (shown as orange dots) provide links to the online streamflow data. The address search bar is enabled to allow users to search for a particular address.
USGS Real-Time Sites
All USGS gages within the District Boundaries
Texas Water Dashboard
Real-time, interactive map that shows USGS gauges, National Weather Service rain gauges, etc hosted by the USGS.
Real-time, interactive map for Texas showing river stage hosted by the Texas Water Development Board.
Real-time, interactive map showing current weather conditions across Texas hosted by the Texas Water Development Board.
Interactive map showing current RADAR and stream flow data on a Google Maps viewer.
Interactive real-time map with surface water flow and water quality, rainfall, and weather data for the Colorado River Basin.
Well Data Interactive
Texas Water Development Board maintains both groundwater water quality and submitted well drillers reports in an interactive map interface.
Automated Groundwater Level Map
Texas Water Development Board provides an interactive map of real-time recorder wells with links to text files and graphs.
Weatherbug Station at District Headquarters
Real-time data from Manchaca, Texas
Texas A&M Climatic Data
Historical climate data for Central Texas
Groundwater Level (data) Sites
Hays-Trinity Groundwater Levels for Texas
A clickable map linking to excel files of groundwater levels.
USGS Groundwater Levels for Texas
A table of sites with real-time and/or historic water levels from wells in Texas.
Texas Water Development Board’s Well Database
Texas Water Development Board Well Data
The TWDB WIID is a viewer and well database tool.
Antioch Recharge BMP Data
Onion Creek at Antioch Cave
Link to real-time gage, specific conductance, temperature, and turbidity at the Antioch Recharge facility.
Well Problem Report Form
Please help us track water availability by filling out the Well Problem Report Form online or by email, mail, or phone.