Resources for Other Public Entities

This list shows all resources relevant to public entities other than municipalities.

You can filter the results by selecting one or more resource types using the form below.

For those looking to engage on topics related the environmental justice.
Basic
For professional and citizen monitors to use when assessing water quality.
Intermediate
The Upper Trinity Regional Water District provides tips and resources to help consumers use water more efficiently, save money, and ensure the quality of life for future generations.
Basic
Educational 30-second to 1-minute videos on lawn irrigation and fertilization.
Intermediate
The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit organization that provides a forum for the exchange of ideas, information, and experiences among industry leaders and policy makers in the fields of land use and real estate development.
Intermediate
Per the EPA, this document is for "communities who are currently or may soon be responsible for meeting the stormwater management requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulations".
Basic
Rural public bodies, non-profit organizations and federally recognized American Indian Tribes
Basic
To direct viewers of the video to the North Texas Municipal Water District's webpage where they can get more information on water conservation for their home.
Intermediate
Watershed Protection Plans (WPP) are useful to water quality planning because they contain management measures to reduce pollutants and public education and outreach programs that were developed with stakeholder input.
Intermediate
Vision North Texas is a public-private partnership with a goal of increasing public awareness about important regional land use issues that affect mobility, air quality, water supply, and other economic and environmental resources.
Basic
The Wastewater and Treatment Education Roundtable (WATER)'s goal is to help reduce potential damage to the region's household plumbing systems and wastewater treatment systems as well as to decrease hazards to water quality through educational efforts related to the proper disposal of items such as wipes; paper towels; feminine hygiene and personal care products; medicines; household hazardous waste; and fats, oils, and grease (FOG).
Basic
The Wastewater and Treatment Education Roundtable (WATER)'s goal is to help reduce potential damage to the region's household plumbing systems and wastewater treatment systems as well as to decrease hazards to water quality through educational efforts related to the proper disposal of items such as wipes; paper towels; feminine hygiene and personal care products; medicines; household hazardous waste; and fats, oils, and grease (FOG).
Basic
The Water Conservation Tracking Tool can aid in the development of a water conservation program.
Intermediate
The Water Conservation Tracking Tool can aid in the development of a water conservation program.
Intermediate
Water Data for Texas offers data, information, and resources on the status, impacts, outlook, and response to drought conditions in Texas.
Basic
The Water Education Network highlights Texas A&M Agrilife Extension's resources and programs focusing on water conservation, water management, irrigation, and water quality.
Basic
The Water Efficiency in Federal Buildings and Campuses page provides agencies with resources on how to increase water efficiency and conservation.
Intermediate
The Water Efficiency Toolkit provides organizations with tools and resources to reduce water use in buildings while also saving money.
Intermediate
To educate on designing a green, water-efficient landscape for your yard.
Intermediate
WEAT brings together professionals in an effort to preserve and enhance Texas' water resources.
Basic