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.

WEAT brings together professionals in an effort to preserve and enhance Texas' water resources.
Basic
WEAT brings together professionals in an effort to preserve and enhance Texas' water resources.
Basic
Water is Awesome is a campaign to encourage North Texas residents to be more efficient with their water use.
Basic
Determine the precipitation rate of your sprinkler system, calculate the application rate of a drip irrigation zone, and learn how to fix broken sprinklers.
Intermediate
The Water My Yard tool is aimed at saving water and keeping your yard healthy by providing automated watering recommendations based on local weather conditions.
Basic
Provides the volume of water needed for lawns based on location.
Intermediate
The Water Use Tracking Tools help commercial and institutional facility managers as well as utilities track water use over time and analyze the data monthly to identify seasonal water use patterns, leaks, high-water-use or malfunctioning equipment or other issues at a facility.
Intermediate
WaterSense facilitates water conservation for consumers and businesses through easily-accessible information on water-efficient products and practices.
Basic
Save water by stopping leaks in your bathroom and all around your house. This document educates readers on the easy steps to replacing showerheads, faucet aerators, and toilet flappers.
Intermediate
The Water Conservation Plan Guidelines provide guidance for water utilities in preparing a water conservation plan.
Intermediate
The Weatherization Assistance Program reduces energy costs for low-income households through weatherization materials and education.
Intermediate
For local governments interested in pursuing solar deployment in their communities. From February 29, 2024
Basic
WegoWise uses an online tool to benchmark energy and water usage in order to identify opportunities for savings and measure results.
Advanced

As the largest energy consumer in the United States, Texas’ demand for power is growing faster than any other state and continues to rise as the population grows. In fact, Texas’ demand for power continues to grow faster than any other state in the U.S.

WikiWatershed models watershed data and human impacts on stormwater runoff and water quality.
Advanced

Informed by a stakeholder-led design process, the Blue Hole Regional Park aims to protect and enhance the site's ecologically sensitive areas. the park offers an enhanced swimming hole, an extensive interpretive education program, sustainable features, and active recreation amenities for thousands of annual visitors.

To discourage flushing wipes, scrub pads, etc. in the toilet.
Intermediate