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Lake Dunlap Dam Failure

Green Valley Special Utility District staff and Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA) are working closely to monitor the Lake Dunlap Dam failure.  The lake levels have dropped from 45 feet to approximately 22 feet and seem to have leveled off at this time. The Green Valley Special Utility District water supply is secure and water quality continues to be safe. CRWA serves several surrounding public entities with water, and the treatment facility is continuing to supply drinking water to all systems. The Lake Dunlap dam and flood gates are owned, operated, and maintained by the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA). GBRA and their team of engineers are evaluating solutions for the dam and working to fix the facility. For more information about the Lake Dunlap Dam, please visit www.gbra.org.