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“Alone, we can do so little;

together, we can do so much”

  Helen Keller

THIS WEBSITE IS SUPPORTED by 

Concerned Homeowners  & Businesses of Lake Conroe

AND THE LAKE CONROE ASSOCIATION

Lake Conroe Depth charts at full pool 201 level

Lake Conroe Depths at pool level of 201

(the normal level of the lake)

reference:

http://www.twdb.texas.gov/hydro_survey/conroe/2010-08/Conroe2010_FinalReport.pdf

Excellent paper about the Lake , soils, and elevations

Lake Conroe general information

Lake Conroe Dam and Lake Conroe are located on the West Fork San Jacinto River (San Jacinto River Basin) in Montgomery County, seven miles northwest of Conroe, Texas (Figure 1). Lake Conroe inundates parts of Montgomery and Walker Counties. Lake Conroe is primarily a water supply reservoir and Conroe Dam and Lake Conroe are operated by the San Jacinto River Authority. The San Jacinto River Authority was created by the Texas Legislature in 1937 to be an official agency of the State of Texas for the purpose of developing, conserving, and protecting the water resources of the San Jacinto River Basin (SJRA, 2011). The San Jacinto River Authority provides water to municipal and industrial users within the watershed of the San Jacinto River and its tributaries, outside of Harris County. The watershed spans all of Montgomery County and parts of Walker, Waller, San Jacinto, Grimes, and Liberty Counties. The San Jacinto River Authority is also responsible for managing water quality, treating wastewater, and water and soil conservation (SJRA, 2011).

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