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Granger Lake Master Plan Revision

Granger Lake
 

Presentation for Public and Agency Input

The Fort Worth District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is hosting an online review to provide information and receive public input to begin the process of revising the Master Plan for Granger Lake. Normally, USACE would conduct a face-to-face public workshop to announce the start of the revision and to request comments from the public. However, precautions associated with the COVID-19 virus have made it necessary to conduct the public involvement process online instead of hosting a face-to-face workshop. Please watch the following video presentation or download the PDF copy to read the presentation. The existing Master Plan documents and map are available to download at the bottom of the page as well as a comment form with instructions on how to send comments.

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General Information

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Fort Worth District, is revising the Granger Lake Master Plan. The Master Plan is intended to serve as a comprehensive land and recreational management plan with a life span of 25 years. The Plan guides the stewardship of natural and cultural resources and the provision of outdoor recreation facilities with opportunities to ensure sustainability of federal land associated with Granger Lake.

About Granger Lake

Granger Lake, (formally Laneport Lake) was authorized by the Flood Control Act approved 03 September 1954 (Public Law (PL) 83-780) for the purpose of flood control, water conservation storage, recreation, and fish and wildlife enhancement. Granger Lake is currently a multipurpose water resources project operated by USACE that includes balancing the needs of the surrounding population, visitors, and the ecological system. The lake, located on the San Gabriel River in the Brazos River Basin, is also managed for public recreation and environmental stewardship, including fish and wildlife conservation.

What is a Master Plan?

The Master Plan is the strategic land use management document that guides the comprehensive management and development of all recreational, natural, and cultural resources of the lake throughout the life of the water resources project.

Why Revise the Granger Master Plan?

The current Master Plan for Granger Lake was last updated in 1974. The Plan and the land classifications are in need of revision to address changes in regional land use, population, outdoor recreation trends and USACE management policy. Key topics to be addressed in the revised Master Plan include revised land classifications, new natural and recreational resource management objectives, recreation facility needs and special topics such as invasive species management and threatened and endangered species habitat. Public participation is critical to the successful revision of the Master Plan.

The Master Planning Process

Comments may be submitted online by filling out the Comment Form below and clicking the link provided on the comment form, or by mailing the comments to the address below. Only written comments will be accepted. The comment period begins February 24, 2021 and ends March 26, 2021. Comments and questions pertaining to the master plan revision can be addressed to:

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Attn: Scott Blank, Lake Manager
500 Overlook Rd
Georgetown, TX 78633

Phone: (512) 930-5253
OR
Email: m2swfodga@usace.army.mil

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