What should residents know about the Lower Colorado River Authority?
The Lower Colorado River Authority and the cities of Cedar Park and Leander have a relationship that extends beyond recent plans to create a transmission line down Hero Way and Ronald Reagan Boulevard. The Texas Legislature created the LCRA in 1934 to complete what would become the Buchanan Dam, manage the water of the lower Colorado River, generate electricity and develop parks, according to the authority’s website. When Cedar Park was incorporated in 1973, the LCRA was immediately set up as the city’s water supplier, Cedar Park public information officer Jennie Huerta said.
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Source: Community Impact- Cedar Park