Lake Dunlap, Lake McQueeney, Lake Placid, Meadow Lake,
Lake Gonzales, and Lake Wood

A hub of information about the Guadalupe Valley Lakes and the hydro dams that create them.

The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) has established this site as part of its efforts to enhance communications with all parties involved.

Safety is our top priority

The Independent Expert Panel (IEP) has completed its full assessment of the Guadalupe Valley Lakes. The completed IEP reports reinforce the safety concerns around the aging dams by reaffirming and extending previously outlined restricted areas on the Guadalupe Valley Lakes. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority continues to work in coordination with law enforcement authorities to monitor and enforce the recommended prohibited and restricted areas. Please review the maps to be aware of the prohibited and restricted unsafe zones.

Who Do I Contact?

GBRA continues to work closely with the community to mitigate the impact of this decision by meeting regularly with the lake associations and is committed to remaining engaged and responsive. If you have a lake association, we encourage you to get involved with them as they are the best point of contact and source of information to ask questions and provide input about your specific lake.

Citizens United for Lake Placid

Kevin Skonnord

Friends of Lake McQueeney

Lindsey Gillum

Meadow Lake Nolte Dam Association

Janet Hudson

Preserve Lake Dunlap Association

J Harmon

Friends of Lake Wood

GBRA has also established a dedicated email address to help streamline and prioritize communications with property owners and community members affected by this situation.

Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority