From Staff Reports

(ARLINGTON, TEXAS) – The Stage 1 Drought Contingency measures initiated on Jan. 20, 2023 for the city of Corsicana, based on the declining water levels of Navarro Mills Lake, are rescinded. As of Feb. 19, the Navarro Mills Lake elevation was 424.16, which is 2.66 msl above the Stage 1 Drought trigger. The lake’s levels have remained above the drought trigger for 15 consecutive days.

The city of Corsicana is one of four of TRA’s wholesale raw water customers that have access to the lake. Corsicana is currently the only customer that uses water from the lake.

The Trinity River Authority of Texas will continue to monitor lake levels and review data on a regular basis to project drought triggers and recommend conservation measures.

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