Water Sage Texas:

Understand Texas Water Rights

All of the water and land information you need in one easy to use, map-based platform.

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Diverse Datasets At Your Fingertips

Diverse Datasets At Your Fingertips

Water Sage enables you to assess land, water, streamflow, groundwater levels, and development rules, all within a single intuitive interface. Water Sage combines data from state and local well records.

 

Unparalleled Visuals for Context and Insight

Unparalleled Visuals for Context and Insight

Being able to see points of diversion, well locations, and hydrological boundaries like aquifers and flood zones alongside land parcel outlines and aerial imagery lets you quickly put together a picture of water use and development.

Stay Up To Date

Stay Up To Date

From groundwater district rules to well databases to real-time gages, Water Sage continually collects and delivers data as it changes, saving you hours of research time.

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Curious about how Water Sage Texas works? Join us on the 3rd Thursday of every month for a demo.

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Comprehensive Data, Deep Insight

Make sense of complicated data like never before. Water Sage provides flexible and simple ways to search, or you can search right from the map and explore. Eliminate the learning curve and take advantage of built-in insights and connections between land, water and development concerns.

Wells

Wells

Over 1 million wells from 41 data sources including state sources, groundwater conservation districts and historical PDF well logs

Surface Water Rights

Surface Water Rights

Over 6,000 water rights and almost 16,000 points of diversion, cross referenced to streams and upstream/downstream neighbors

Land Parcels

Land Parcels

Over 9.2 million land parcels in 167 counties

GCD Rules

GCD Rules

Water Sage summarizes rules and provides visual information on spacing requirements for all 100 groundwater conservation and subsidence districts in Texas

Gages

Gages

Over 34,000 gages measuring streamflow, water quality, and groundwater levels, both from USGS and the International Boundary Waters Commission

Visual Layers

Visual Layers

Hydrologic layers such as aquifers, brackish reserves, streams, basins and HUCs, as well as administrative boundaries, such as GMAs, GCDs and watermaster areas