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Agency Rules

Overview

Texas Agriculture Code §201.020(a) and §203.012 provide the basis for the TSSWCB to pass rules, which can be found in the Texas Administrative Code, Title 31 - Natural Resources and Conservation, Part 17 - Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board.
View Title 31, Part 17 of the Texas Administrative Code

TEXAS STATE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION BOARD RULE REVIEW PLAN

In accordance with the Texas Government Code §2001.039, regarding Agency Review of existing rules, the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board adopts the following revised Rule Review Plan.

Fiscal Year 2022

  • Chapter 529, Subchapter A, Operation And Maintenance Grant Program (§§529.1 –    529.9)

  • Chapter 529, Subchapter B, Structural Repair Grant Program (§§529.50 – 529.62)

  • Chapter 518, Subchapter B, Historically Underutilized Business Program (§518.5)

  • Chapter 517, Subchapter A, Conservation Assistance (§§517.1 – 517.12)

  • Chapter 517, Subchapter B, Cost-Share Assistance for Water Supply Enhancement (§§517.22 – 517.37)

  • Chapter 519, Subchapter A, Technical Assistance (§§519.1 – 519.12)

  • Chapter 521, Subchapter A, Agricultural Water Conservation (§§521.1 – 521.13)

  • Chapter 530 Carrizo Cane Eradication Program (§§530.1-7)

Fiscal Year 2024

  • Chapter 520, Subchapter A, Election procedures (§§520.1 – 520.6)

Fiscal Year 2025

  • Chapter 520, Subchapter B, Requirements to Receive State Funds or Administer State Programs (§§520.11 – 520.13)

  • Chapter 523, Agricultural and Silvicultural Water Quality Management (§§523.1 - 523.8)

  • Chapter 525, Subchapter A, Audit Requirements for Soil and Water Conservation Districts (§§525.1 – 525.9)

  • Chapter 518, Subchapter A, Employee Training Rules (§§518.1 – 518.2)

  • Chapter 527, Removal of A District Director (§§527.1 – 527.7)

Pending Rule Actions

There are no pending rules, please check back in the future.

No hay reglas pendientes, vuelva a consultar en el futuro.


 

 

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