Comprehensive Sabine Watershed Management Plan Report
Table of Contents Appendix C - Population and Water Use Data

Executive Summary

1.0 Introduction

2.0 Water Needs

3.0 Existing Surface Water Supplies

4.0 Existing Ground Water Supplies

5.0 Comparison of Existing Supply and Projected Demand

6.0 Additional Supply from Water Conservation

7.0 Potential Surface Water Projects

8.0 Potential Ground Water Resources

9.0 Water and Wastewater Treatment Needs

10.0 Water Quality & Environmental Issues

11.0 Other Water Related Issues

12.0 Information Management and Public Participation

13.0 Recommendations

Appendices

List of Figures

List of Tables

Return to List of Appendices

Table C-1
Sabine River Basin Population Projections(1)
Most Likely Migration Rate Scenario
Upper Basin Cities

Year

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Big Sandy

1,185

1,334

1,455

1,566

1,657

1,722

1,776

Caddo Mills

1,068

1,305

1,540

1,742

1,859

1,912

1,967

Canton

2,949

3,406

3,685

3,861

3,813

3,666

3,508

Carthage

6,496

6,860

7,102

7,196

7,173

6,943

6,720

Edgewood

1,284

1,477

1,597

1,674

1,653

1,589

1,520

Emory

963

979

994

1,005

1,014

1,029

1,044

Gladewater

6,027

6,832

7,471

8,122

8,710

9,226

9,749

Grand Saline

2,630

2,907

3,145

3,296

3,254

3,129

2,994

Greenville

23,071

24,137

25,075

25,565

26,276

26,476

26,678

Hallsville

2,288

3,081

3,901

4,514

4,859

4,919

4,980

Hawkins

1,309

1,474

1,590

1,663

1,647

1,552

1,386

Henderson

1,115

1,202

1,217

1,188

1,160

1,157

1,154

Kilgore

11,066

12,767

13,705

14,644

15,435

16,270

17,151

Liberty City

1,607

2,177

2,565

2,863

3,073

3,200

3,332

Lindale

1,214

1,372

1,491

1,566

1,626

1,677

1,709

Longview

70,311

78,218

84,498

91,157

97,281

102,956

108,979

Marshall

18,621

20,094

21,612

22,959

23,211

22,143

21,124

Mineola

4,321

4,858

5,239

5,480

5,426

5,115

4,566

Overton(1)

1,954

2,043

2,081

2,048

2,010

2,013

2,015

Quinlan

1,360

1,841

2,322

2,752

2,982

3,089

3,200

Quitman

1,684

1,897

2,046

2,140

2,119

1,998

1,783

Royse City

2,206

3,948

5,827

8,311

11,348

14,920

19,633

Tatum

1,289

1,392

1,443

1,445

1,433

1,427

1,421

Tyler(1)

8

8

8

9

9

10

11

Van

91

105

113

119

117

113

108

White Oak

5,136

5,882

6,466

7,089

7,682

8,246

8,851

Wills Point

1,491

1,671

1,810

1,899

1,876

1,805

1,736

Winnsboro(1)

2,202

2,453

2,652

2,786

2,776

2,634

2,377

1. City population includes only that portion of the population within the Sabine River Basin

Table C-2
Sabine River Basin Population Projections(1)
Most Likely Migration Rate Scenario
Lower Basin Cities

Year

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Bessmay-Buna

2,127

2,528

2,629

2,695

2,738

2,828

2,921

Bridge City

4,820

5,578

6,163

6,755

7,354

7,637

7,931

Center

4,950

5,403

5,911

6,301

6,724

7,059

7,411

Hemphill

1,182

1,265

1,335

1,384

1,470

1,555

1,645

Kirbyville

1,871

2,162

2,248

2,306

2,341

2,419

2,419

Newton

1,885

2,267

2,594

2,908

3,185

3,294

3,407

Orange

19,381

20,317

22,300

24,444

26,612

27,632

28,691

Pinehurst

2,682

2,952

3,189

3,351

3,543

3,760

3,960

Tenaha

1,072

1,169

1,213

1,264

1,320

1,370

1,420

Timpson

1,029

1,142

1,178

1,222

1,269

1,313

1,359

Vidor

3,279

3,606

3,758

3,885

3,990

4,067

4,146

West Orange

4,187

4,785

5,289

5,647

6,073

6,558

7,082

1. Population is for that portion of the city within the Sabine River basin.

Table C-3
Sabine River Basin: Lower Basin Population Projections
Most Likely Migration Rate Scenario

COUNTY

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Jasper

11,337

12,267

12,941

13,589

14,329

14,964

15,556

Newton

13,556

14,271

14,900

15,172

15,231

14,967

14,567

Orange

54,313

59,943

65,092

68,949

73,382

77,802

81,949

Sabine

6,774

7,592

8,252

8,704

8,864

9,086

9,333

San Augustine

785

787

802

813

830

837

843

Shelby

20,095

21,073

21,914

22,852

23,878

24,796

25,710

Total

106,860

115,933

123,901

130,079

136,514

142,452

147,958

Table C-4
Sabine River Basin: Upper Basin Population Projections
Most Likely Migration Rate Scenario

COUNTY

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

2,015

3,144

2,646

5,432

9,555

14,759

20,211

Franklin

81

94

109

125

142

151

161

Gregg

103,325

112,188

119,566

127,469

134,662

141,231

148,128

Harrison

37,123

40,283

43,388

45,336

45,169

43,586

42,065

Hopkins

6,257

6,446

6,659

6,804

6,828

6,768

6,669

Hunt

51,714

57,464

62,772

66,990

69,750

70,849

73,395

Kaufman

964

1,135

1,346

1,579

1,782

1,938

2,029

Panola

21,998

23,561

24,716

25,306

25,357

24,650

23,943

Rains

6,715

7,444

8,210

8,870

9,436

9,807

10,506

Rockwall

3,480

5,494

7,711

11,068

15,229

20,162

24,949

Rusk

20,646

22,314

23,783

26,172

28,596

30,131

31,104

Smith

21,554

25,421

27,887

29,018

28,995

28,431

26,973

Upshur

11,139

12,464

13,593

14,630

15,484

16,091

16,593

Van Zandt

20,784

23,291

25,196

26,404

26,072

25,066

23,985

Wood

27,703

31,002

33,434

34,972

34,628

32,641

29,138

Total

335,498

371,745

401,016

430,175

451,685

466,261

479,849

Table C-5
Sabine River Basin "Most Likely" Municipal Use Scenario(1)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

320

485

377

716

1,231

1,994

2,600

Franklin

13

18

20

21

24

25

26

Gregg

17,469

21,438

21,761

22,248

23,048

23,769

24,849

Harrison

5,287

6,338

6,435

6,407

6,222

5,791

5,583

Hopkins

828

1,070

1,053

1,022

995

956

935

Hunt

9,337

9,762

9,879

9,829

9,933

9,826

10,011

Jasper

1,548

1,752

1,737

1,708

1,731

1,752

1,791

Kaufman

109

153

169

186

204

215

223

Newton

1,675

1,764

1,753

1,701

1,663

1,577

1,551

Orange

8,523

9,553

9,828

9,971

10,348

10,646

11,073

Panola

3,010

3,651

3,607

3,488

3,377

3,171

3,072

Rains

1,096

1,317

1,377

1,415

1,463

1,487

1,579

Rockwall

482

1,004

1,280

1,734

2,347

3,084

3,679

Rusk

2,743

3,250

3,252

3,307

3,431

3,490

3,589

Sabine

751

927

927

917

913

912

934

San Augustine

147

98

93

89

87

85

85

Shelby

2,794

3,104

3,052

3,004

3,053

3,071

3,158

Smith

3,348

3,920

4,042

3,976

3,846

3,680

3,469

Upshur

1,700

1,895

1,930

1,954

1,988

2,003

2,041

Van Zandt

3,017

3,368

3,421

3,385

3,234

2,995

2,869

Wood

4,032

4,864

4,934

4,870

4,702

4,264

3,843

TOTAL

68,229

79,731

80,927

81,948

83,840

84,793

86,960

2. "Most Likely" Scenario uses "most likely" population series and assumes below average rainfall and expected levels of conservation.

Table C-6
Sabine River Basin 1.0 Migration Rate Municipal Use Scenario(2)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990
2000
2010
2020
2030
2040

2050

Collin

320

619

949

1,385

1,872

2,299

2,404

Franklin

13

13

11

9

7

6

5

Gregg

17,469

20,111

19,274

18,147

17,069

15,497

14,017

Harrison

5,287

6,314

6,393

6,358

6,169

5,757

5,535

Hopkins

828

1,098

1,070

1,047

1,008

921

866

Hunt

9,337

10,245

10,706

10,860

11,142

11,299

11,442

Jasper

1,548

1,604

1,477

1,353

1,245

1,061

869

Kaufman

109

170

202

240

283

326

344

Newton

1,675

1,815

1,808

1,714

1,555

1,411

1,274

Orange

8,523

8,751

7,985

7,109

6,167

5,407

4,627

Panola

3,010

3,764

3,701

3,518

3,411

2,968

2,617

Rains

1,096

1,443

1,615

1,758

1,879

1,983

2,040

Rockwall

482

1,003

1,278

1,732

2,344

3,079

3,672

Rusk

2,743

3,170

3,120

2,968

2,799

2,471

2,271

Sabine

751

882

834

773

705

658

625

San Augustine

147

92

80

67

56

46

38

Shelby

2,794

2,941

2,677

2,349

2,030

1,804

1,548

Smith

3,348

3,923

4,016

3,980

3,850

3,684

3,472

Upshur

1,700

1,822

1,766

1,667

1,544

1,484

1,423

Van Zandt

3,017

3,308

3,340

3,315

3,099

2,864

2,698

Wood

4,032

4,799

4,818

4,679

4,430

4,054

3,625

TOTAL

68,229

77,887

77,120

75,028

72,664

69,079

65,412

2. 1.0 Migration Rate Scenario assumes 1.0 migration rate population series with Below Average Rainfall and Expected Conservation.

Table C-7
Sabine River Basin Advanced Conservation Municipal Use Scenario(3)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

320

464

343

639

1,234

1,813

2,354

Franklin

13

17

18

20

22

23

25

Gregg

17,469

20,706

20,290

20,339

21,274

22,199

23,199

Harrison

5,287

6,109

5,968

5,831

5,730

5,433

5,192

Hopkins

828

1,034

986

938

926

903

882

Hunt

9,337

9,360

9,096

8,800

8,974

8,978

9,140

Jasper

1,548

1,681

1,602

1,558

1,600

1,645

1,672

Kaufman

109

147

157

168

188

200

209

Newton

1,675

1,695

1,610

1,531

1,526

1,484

1,446

Orange

8,523

9,234

9,230

9,198

9,680

10,104

10,438

Panola

3,010

3,531

3,344

3,156

3,101

2,958

2,846

Rains

1,096

1,284

1,293

1,314

1,376

1,418

1,504

Rockwall

482

962

1,195

1,581

2,158

2,833

3,400

Rusk

2,743

3,138

3,007

2,995

3,159

3,248

3,316

Sabine

751

889

864

837

849

859

879

San Augustine

147

94

87

81

82

81

80

Shelby

2,794

2,986

2,834

2,734

2,809

2,871

2,951

Smith

3,348

3,749

3,696

3,547

3,481

3,357

3,189

Upshur

1,700

1,829

1,799

1,785

1,845

1,887

1,909

Van Zandt

3,017

3,245

3,161

3,039

2,945

2,779

2,660

Wood

4,032

4,686

4,544

4,377

4,258

3,982

3,533

Total

68,229

76,840

75,124

74,468

77,217

79,055

80,824

3. Advanced Conservation Scenario assumes "most likely" population series with below average rainfall and advanced levels of conservation.

Table C-8
Sabine River Basin Low Oil Price Manufacturing Use Scenario(1)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Franklin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Gregg

14,634

16,431

18,276

20,363

22,576

24,931

27,351

Harrison

74,107

115,543

150,737

169,499

190,993

214,392

244,883

Hopkins

2

2

3

3

3

4

4

Hunt

409

434

461

485

509

533

559

Jasper

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kaufman

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Newton

114

125

135

146

156

166

180

Orange

49,169

55,518

62,835

71,073

80,130

91,522

104,257

Panola

641

720

804

888

967

1,046

1,121

Rains

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rockwall

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rusk

48

54

60

66

72

77

84

Sabine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Augustine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Shelby

1,204

1,505

1,856

2,242

2,656

3,099

3,560

Smith

229

280

340

402

465

526

587

Upshur

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Van Zandt

223

296

385

471

570

648

729

Wood

41

48

55

64

73

82

93

TOTAL

140,821

190,956

235,947

265,702

299,170

337,026

383,408

1. Low Oil Price Scenario assumes lower priced oil with no conservation efforts.

Table C-9
Sabine River Basin "Most Likely" Manufacturing Use Scenario(2)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Franklin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Gregg

14,634

16,538

18,576

20,934

23,507

26,515

29,716

Harrison

74,107

109,321

133,587

140,270

146,244

159,506

174,422

Hopkins

2

2

3

3

4

5

5

Hunt

409

426

443

456

466

488

508

Jasper

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kaufman

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Newton

114

122

131

139

146

154

162

Orange

49,169

52,936

56,817

60,388

63,391

69,938

76,790

Panola

641

685

730

762

785

844

897

Rains

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rockwall

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rusk

48

54

59

65

71

76

83

Sabine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Augustine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Shelby

1,204

1,436

1,694

1,944

2,189

2,550

2,928

Smith

229

262

298

325

346

377

403

Upshur

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Van Zandt

223

280

344

396

451

508

566

Wood

41

48

57

67

77

92

107

TOTAL

140,821

182,110

212,739

225,749

237,677

261,053

286,587

2. "Most Likely" scenario assumes base oil price with expected conservation.

Table C-10
Sabine River Basin Base with No Conservation Manufacturing Use Scenario(3)
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Collin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Franklin

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Gregg

14,634

16,637

18,801

21,330

24,108

27,177

30,440

Harrison

74,107

113,211

143,704

157,554

171,951

187,617

205,322

Hopkins

2

2

3

3

4

5

5

Hunt

409

434

458

482

504

530

554

Jasper

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Kaufman

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Newton

114

122

131

139

146

154

162

Orange

49,169

54,410

60,337

66,691

73,143

80,903

89,017

Panola

641

712

790

864

935

1,004

1,067

Rains

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rockwall

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Rusk

48

54

59

65

71

76

83

Sabine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

San Augustine

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Shelby

1,204

1,492

1,833

2,207

2,613

3,045

3,498

Smith

229

273

324

371

416

455

486

Upshur

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Van Zandt

223

291

374

453

544

612

682

Wood

41

49

58

69

81

95

111

TOTAL

140,821

187,687

226,872

250,228

274,516

301,673

331,427

3. No Conservation Scenario assumes base oil prices with no conservation efforts.

Table C-11
Total Water Requirements - Year 2000
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

485

0

38

0

0

0

523

Franklin

18

0

2

0

0

0

20

Gregg

21,438

0

230

16,431

96

2,500

40,695

Harrison

6,338

50

326

115,543

186

5,000

127,443

Hopkins

1,070

0

2,130

2

0

0

3,202

Hunt

9,762

271

896

434

70

800

12,233

Jasper

1,752

0

100

0

2

0

1,854

Kaufman

153

0

72

0

0

0

225

Newton

1,764

2,200

82

125

30

0

4,201

Orange

9,553

3,329

70

55,518

1

6,000

74,471

Panola

3,651

0

2,027

720

3,245

0

9,643

Rains

1,317

20

700

0

0

0

2,037

Rockwall

1,004

0

26

0

0

0

1,030

Rusk

3,250

75

549

54

563

30,000

34,491

Sabine

927

0

337

0

0

0

1,264

San Augustine

98

0

87

0

0

0

185

Shelby

3,104

27

1,635

1,505

0

0

6,271

Smith

3,920

63

453

280

425

0

5,141

Upshur

1,895

0

418

0

0

0

2,313

Van Zandt

3,368

0

1,100

296

1,233

0

5,997

Wood

4,864

235

2,360

48

2,102

0

9,609

TOTALS

79,731

6,270

13,638

190,956

7,953

44,300

342,848

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-12
Total Water Requirements - Year 2010
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

377

0

38

0

0

0

415

Franklin

20

0

2

0

0

0

22

Gregg

21,761

0

230

18,276

67

3,000

43,334

Harrison

6,435

50

326

150,737

89

5,000

162,637

Hopkins

1,053

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,186

Hunt

9,879

271

896

461

71

0

11,578

Jasper

1,737

0

100

0

2

0

1,839

Kaufman

169

0

72

0

0

0

241

Newton

1,753

2,200

82

135

30

0

4,200

Orange

9,828

3,014

70

62,835

1

10,000

85,748

Panola

3,607

0

2,027

804

2,645

0

9,083

Rains

1,377

20

700

0

0

0

2,097

Rockwall

1,280

0

26

0

0

0

1,306

Rusk

3,252

75

549

60

314

35,000

39,250

Sabine

927

0

337

0

0

0

1,264

San Augustine

93

0

87

0

0

0

180

Shelby

3,052

27

1,635

1,856

0

0

6,570

Smith

4,042

63

453

340

178

0

5,076

Upshur

1,930

0

418

0

0

0

2,348

Van Zandt

3,421

0

1,100

385

1,073

0

5,979

Wood

4,934

235

2,360

55

17,584

7,500

32,668

TOTALS

80,927

5,955

13,638

235,947

22,054

60,500

419,021

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-13
Total Water Requirements - Year 2020
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

716

0

38

0

0

0

754

Franklin

21

0

2

0

0

0

23

Gregg

22,248

0

230

20,363

46

3,000

45,887

Harrison

6,407

50

326

169,499

50

5,000

181,332

Hopkins

1,022

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,155

Hunt

9,829

271

896

485

73

0

11,554

Jasper

1,708

0

100

0

2

0

1,810

Kaufman

186

0

72

0

0

0

258

Newton

1,701

2,200

82

146

31

0

4,160

Orange

9,971

3,014

70

71,073

1

15,000

99,129

Panola

3,488

0

2,027

888

8,697

0

15,100

Rains

1,415

20

700

0

0

0

2,135

Rockwall

1,734

0

26

0

0

0

1,760

Rusk

3,307

75

549

66

104

40,000

44,101

Sabine

917

0

337

0

0

0

1,254

San Augustine

89

0

87

0

0

0

176

Shelby

3,004

27

1,635

2,242

0

0

6,908

Smith

3,976

63

453

402

91

0

4,985

Upshur

1,954

0

418

0

0

0

2,372

Van Zandt

3,385

0

1,100

471

1,026

0

5,982

Wood

4,870

235

2,360

64

17,344

7,500

32,373

TOTALS

81,948

5,955

13,638

265,702

27,465

70,500

465,208

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-14
Total Water Requirements - Year 2030
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

1,231

0

38

0

0

0

1,269

Franklin

24

0

2

0

0

0

26

Gregg

23,048

0

230

22,576

37

3,000

48,891

Harrison

6,222

50

326

190,993

24

10,000

207,615

Hopkins

995

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,128

Hunt

9,933

271

896

509

75

0

11,684

Jasper

1,731

0

100

0

2

0

1,833

Kaufman

204

0

72

0

0

0

276

Newton

1,663

2,200

82

156

32

0

4,133

Orange

10,348

2,940

70

80,130

1

20,000

113,489

Panola

3,377

0

2,027

967

16,912

0

23,283

Rains

1,463

20

700

0

0

0

2,183

Rockwall

2,347

0

26

0

0

0

2,373

Rusk

3,431

75

549

72

89

45,000

49,216

Sabine

913

0

337

0

0

0

1,250

San Augustine

87

0

87

0

0

0

174

Shelby

3,053

27

1,635

2,656

0

0

7,371

Smith

3,846

63

453

465

32

0

4,859

Upshur

1,988

0

418

0

0

0

2,406

Van Zandt

3,234

0

1,100

570

1,014

0

5,918

Wood

4,702

235

2,360

73

17,107

7,500

31,977

TOTALS

83,840

5,881

13,638

299,170

35,325

85,500

523,354

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-15
Total Water Requirements - Year 2040
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

1,994

0

38

0

0

0

2,032

Franklin

25

0

2

0

0

0

27

Gregg

23,769

0

230

24,931

29

3,000

51,959

Harrison

5,791

50

326

214,392

18

10,000

230,577

Hopkins

956

0

2,130

4

0

0

3,090

Hunt

9,826

271

896

533

77

0

11,603

Jasper

1,752

0

100

0

2

0

1,854

Kaufman

215

0

72

0

0

0

287

Newton

1,577

2,200

82

166

33

0

4,058

Orange

10,646

2,867

70

91,522

1

25,000

130,106

Panola

3,171

0

2,027

1,046

17,179

0

23,423

Rains

1,487

20

700

0

0

0

2,207

Rockwall

3,084

0

26

0

0

0

3,110

Rusk

3,490

75

549

77

60

45,000

49,251

Sabine

912

0

337

0

0

0

1,249

San Augustine

85

0

87

0

0

0

172

Shelby

3,071

27

1,635

3,099

0

0

7,832

Smith

3,680

63

453

526

18

0

4,740

Upshur

2,003

0

418

0

0

0

2,421

Van Zandt

2,995

0

1,100

648

1,025

0

5,768

Wood

4,264

235

2,360

82

16,107

7,500

30,548

TOTALS

84,793

5,808

13,638

337,026

34,549

90,500

566,314

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-15
Total Water Requirements - Year 2050
(Acre-Feet per Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

2,600

0

38

0

0

0

2,638

Franklin

26

0

2

0

0

0

28

Gregg

24,849

0

230

27,351

27

4,000

56,457

Harrison

5,583

50

326

244,883

16

15,000

265,858

Hopkins

935

0

2,130

4

0

0

3,069

Hunt

10,011

271

896

559

79

0

11,816

Jasper

1,791

0

100

0

2

0

1,893

Kaufman

223

0

72

0

0

0

295

Newton

1,551

2,200

82

180

34

0

4,047

Orange

11,073

2,797

70

104,257

1

30,000

148,198

Panola

3,072

0

2,027

1,121

16,912

0

23,132

Rains

1,579

20

700

0

0

0

2,299

Rockwall

3,679

0

26

0

0

0

3,705

Rusk

3,589

75

549

84

7

45,000

49,304

Sabine

934

0

337

0

0

0

1,271

San Augustine

85

0

87

0

0

0

172

Shelby

3,158

27

1,635

3,560

0

0

8,380

Smith

3,469

63

453

587

6

0

4,578

Upshur

2,041

0

418

0

0

0

2,459

Van Zandt

2,869

0

1,100

729

1,055

0

5,753

Wood

3,843

235

2,360

93

4,641

15,000

26,172

TOTALS

86,960

5,738

13,638

383,408

22,780

109,000

621,524

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-16
Sabine River Basin Total Water Demand: Lower Basin
(Acre-Feet/Year)

1990

COUNTY

Municipal

Irrigation

Livestock

Manufact.
(2 )

Mining

Power
(3)

Total

Jasper

1,548

0

128

0

0

0

1,676

Newton

1,675

2,200

97

114

27

0

4,113

Orange

8,523

3,340

50

49,169

1

5,574

66,657

Sabine

751

0

383

0

0

0

1,134

San Augustine

147

0

78

0

0

0

225

Shelby

2,794

28

1,650

1,204

0

0

5,676

Totals

15,438

5,568

2,386

50,487

28

5,574

79,481

2000

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac.
(2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,752

0

100

0

2

0

1,854

Newton

1,764

2,200

82

125

30

0

4,201

Orange

9,553

3,329

70

55,518

1

6,000

74,471

Sabine

927

0

337

0

0

0

1,264

San Augustine

98

0

87

0

0

0

185

Shelby

3,104

27

1,635

1,505

0

0

6,271

Totals

17,198

5,556

2,311

57,148

33

6,000

88,246

2010

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,737

0

100

0

2

0

1,839

Newton

1,753

2,200

82

135

30

0

4,200

Orange

9,828

3,014

70

62,835

1

10,000

85,748

Sabine

927

0

337

0

0

0

1,264

San Augustine

93

0

87

0

0

0

180

Shelby

3,052

27

1,635

1,856

0

0

6,570

Totals

17,390

5,241

2,311

64,826

33

10,000

99,801

2020

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,708

0

100

0

2

0

1,810

Newton

1,701

2,200

82

146

31

0

4,160

Orange

9,971

3,014

70

71,073

1

15,000

99,129

Sabine

917

0

337

0

0

0

1,254

San Augustine

89

0

87

0

0

0

176

Shelby

3,004

27

1,635

2,242

0

0

6,908

Totals

17,390

5,241

2,311

73,461

34

15,000

113,437

2030

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,731

0

100

0

2

0

1,833

Newton

1,663

2,200

82

156

32

0

4,133

Orange

10,348

2,940

70

80,130

1

20,000

113,489

Sabine

913

0

337

0

0

0

1,250

San Augustine

87

0

87

0

0

0

174

Shelby

3,053

27

1,635

2,656

0

0

7,371

Totals

17,795

5,167

2,311

82,942

35

20,000

128,250

2040

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,752

0

100

0

2

0

1,854

Newton

1,577

2,200

82

166

33

0

4,058

Orange

10,646

2,867

70

91,522

1

25,000

130,106

Sabine

912

0

337

0

0

0

1,249

San Augustine

85

0

87

0

0

0

172

Shelby

3,071

27

1,635

3,099

0

0

7,832

Totals

18,043

5,094

2,311

94,787

36

25,000

145,271

2050

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Jasper

1,791

0

100

0

2

0

1,893

Newton

1,551

2,200

82

180

34

0

4,047

Orange

11,073

2,797

70

104,257

1

30,000

148,198

Sabine

934

0

337

0

0

0

1,271

San Augustine

85

0

87

0

0

0

172

Shelby

3,158

27

1,635

3,560

0

0

8,380

Totals

18,592

5,024

2,311

107,997

37

30,000

163,961

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series


Table C-17
Sabine River Basin Total Water Demand: Upper Basin
(Acre-Feet/Year)

1990

COUNTY

Municipal

Irrigation

Livestock

Manufact.

Mining

Power

Total

Collin

320

0

37

0

0

0

357

Franklin

13

0

0

0

0

0

13

Gregg

17,469

0

200

14,634

124

465

32,892

Harrison

5,287

50

420

74,107

170

4,869

84,903

Hopkins

828

0

1,797

2

0

0

2,627

Hunt

9,337

271

817

409

0

834

11,668

Kaufman

109

0

72

0

0

0

181

Panola

3,010

0

2,145

641

3,208

0

9,004

Rains

1,096

20

790

0

0

0

1,906

Rockwall

482

0

34

0

0

0

516

Rusk

2,743

75

563

48

732

28,320

32,481

Smith

3,348

63

495

229

555

0

4,690

Upshur

1,700

0

287

0

0

0

1,987

Van Zandt

3,017

0

1,023

223

785

0

5,048

Wood

4,032

236

1,673

41

3,162

0

9,144

Totals

52,791

715

10,353

90,334

8,736

34,488

197,417

2000

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

485

0

38

0

0

0

523

Franklin

18

0

2

0

0

0

20

Gregg

21,438

0

230

16,431

96

2,500

40,695

Harrison

6,338

50

326

115,543

186

5,000

127,443

Hopkins

1,070

0

2,130

2

0

0

3,202

Hunt

9,762

271

896

434

70

800

12,233

Kaufman

153

0

72

0

0

0

225

Panola

3,651

0

2,027

720

3,245

0

9,643

Rains

1,317

20

700

0

0

0

2,037

Rockwall

1,004

0

26

0

0

0

1,030

Rusk

3,250

75

549

54

563

30,000

34,491

Smith

3,920

63

453

280

425

0

5,141

Upshur

1,895

0

418

0

0

0

2,313

Van Zandt

3,368

0

1,100

296

1,233

0

5,997

Wood

4,864

235

2,360

48

2,102

0

9,609

Totals

62,533

714

11,327

133,808

7,920

38,300

254,602

2010

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

377

0

38

0

0

0

415

Franklin

20

0

2

0

0

0

22

Gregg

21,761

0

230

18,276

67

3,000

43,334

Harrison

6,435

50

326

150,737

89

5,000

162,637

Hopkins

1,053

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,186

Hunt

9,879

271

896

461

71

0

11,578

Kaufman

169

0

72

0

0

0

241

Panola

3,607

0

2,027

804

2,645

0

9,083

Rains

1,377

20

700

0

0

0

2,097

Rockwall

1,280

0

26

0

0

0

1,306

Rusk

3,252

75

549

60

314

35,000

39,250

Smith

4,042

63

453

340

178

0

5,076

Upshur

1,930

0

418

0

0

0

2,348

Van Zandt

3,421

0

1,100

385

1,073

0

5,979

Wood

4,934

235

2,360

55

17,584

7,500

32,668

Totals

63,537

714

11,327

171,121

22,021

50,500

319,220

2020

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

716

0

38

0

0

0

754

Franklin

21

0

2

0

0

0

23

Gregg

22,248

0

230

20,363

46

3,000

45,887

Harrison

6,407

50

326

169,499

50

5,000

181,332

Hopkins

1,022

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,155

Hunt

9,829

271

896

485

73

0

11,554

Kaufman

186

0

72

0

0

0

258

Panola

3,488

0

2,027

888

8,697

0

15,100

Rains

1,415

20

700

0

0

0

2,135

Rockwall

1,734

0

26

0

0

0

1,760

Rusk

3,307

75

549

66

104

40,000

44,101

Smith

3,976

63

453

402

91

0

4,985

Upshur

1,954

0

418

0

0

0

2,372

Van Zandt

3,385

0

1,100

471

1,026

0

5,982

Wood

4,870

235

2,360

64

17,344

7,500

32,373

Totals

64,558

714

11,327

192,241

27,431

55,500

351,771

2030

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

1,231

0

38

0

0

0

1,269

Franklin

24

0

2

0

0

0

26

Gregg

23,048

0

230

22,576

37

3,000

48,891

Harrison

6,222

50

326

190,993

24

10,000

207,615

Hopkins

995

0

2,130

3

0

0

3,128

Hunt

9,933

271

896

509

75

0

11,684

Kaufman

204

0

72

0

0

0

276

Panola

3,377

0

2,027

967

16,912

0

23,283

Rains

1,463

20

700

0

0

0

2,183

Rockwall

2,347

0

26

0

0

0

2,373

Rusk

3,431

75

549

72

89

45,000

49,216

Smith

3,846

63

453

465

32

0

4,859

Upshur

1,988

0

418

0

0

0

2,406

Van Zandt

3,234

0

1,100

570

1,014

0

5,918

Wood

4,702

235

2,360

73

17,107

7,500

31,977

Totals

66,045

714

11,327

216,228

35,290

65,500

395,104

2040

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

1,994

0

38

0

0

0

2,032

Franklin

25

0

2

0

0

0

27

Gregg

23,769

0

230

24,931

29

3,000

51,959

Harrison

5,791

50

326

214,392

18

10,000

230,577

Hopkins

956

0

2,130

4

0

0

3,090

Hunt

9,826

271

896

533

77

0

11,603

Kaufman

215

0

72

0

0

0

287

Panola

3,171

0

2,027

1,046

17,179

0

23,423

Rains

1,487

20

700

0

0

0

2,207

Rockwall

3,084

0

26

0

0

0

3,110

Rusk

3,490

75

549

77

60

45,000

49,251

Smith

3,680

63

453

526

18

0

4,740

Upshur

2,003

0

418

0

0

0

2,421

Van Zandt

2,995

0

1,100

648

1,025

0

5,768

Wood

4,264

235

2,360

82

16,107

7,500

30,548

Totals

66,750

714

11,327

242,239

34,513

65,500

421,043

2050

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

Collin

2,600

0

38

0

0

0

2,638

Franklin

26

0

2

0

0

0

28

Gregg

24,849

0

230

27,351

27

4,000

56,457

Harrison

5,583

50

326

244,883

16

15,000

265,858

Hopkins

935

0

2,130

4

0

0

3,069

Hunt

10,011

271

896

559

79

0

11,816

Kaufman

223

0

72

0

0

0

295

Panola

3,072

0

2,027

1,121

16,912

0

23,132

Rains

1,579

20

700

0

0

0

2,299

Rockwall

3,679

0

26

0

0

0

3,705

Rusk

3,589

75

549

84

7

45,000

49,304

Smith

3,469

63

453

587

6

0

4,578

Upshur

2,041

0

418

0

0

0

2,459

Van Zandt

2,869

0

1,100

729

1,055

0

5,753

Wood

3,843

235

2,360

93

4,641

15,000

26,172

Totals

68,368

714

11,327

275,411

22,743

79,000

457,563

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series


Table C-17
Sabine River Basin Total Water Demand: Upper Basin
(Acre-Feet/Year)

County

Municipal (1)

Irrigation (1)

Livestock

Manufac. (2)

Mining

Power (3)

Total

1990

52,791

715

10,353

90,334

8,736

34,488

197,417

2000

62,533

714

11,327

133,808

7,920

38,300

254,602

2010

63,537

714

11,327

171,121

22,021

50,500

319,220

2020

64,558

714

11,327

192,241

27,431

55,500

351,771

2030

66,045

714

11,327

216,228

35,290

65,500

395,104

2040

66,750

714

11,327

242,239

34,513

65,500

421,043

2050

68,368

714

11,327

275,411

22,743

79,000

457,563

1. "Most Likely" Projection Series
2. Low Oil Price without Conservation Series
3. "High" Projection Series

Table C-18
Sabine River Upper Basin:
Municipal Water Demand for Cities
Upper Basin Cities "Most Likely"
Migration Rate Scenario
(Acre-Feet/Year)(1)

City

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Big Sandy

180

220

225

230

236

239

245

Caddo Mills

85

165

181

193

200

201

205

Canton

605

664

681

679

658

612

585

Carthage

1,235

1,629

1,615

1,564

1,527

1,447

1,393

Edgewood

184

200

202

201

191

176

169

Emory

313

194

188

181

179

178

179

Gladewater

1,105

1,194

1,230

1,265

1,326

1,374

1,442

Grand Saline

465

563

578

576

558

522

500

Greenville

5,982

5,894

5,842

5,670

5,710

5,664

5,678

Hallsville

301

418

489

536

561

557

558

Hawkins

229

249

253

250

242

219

197

Henderson

227

246

239

224

212

206

206

Kilgore

2,211

2,731

2,794

2,854

2,940

3,043

3,189

Liberty City

198

410

454

481

506

520

537

Lindale

229

261

267

267

271

274

278

Longview

12,272

15,859

16,279

16,848

17,544

18,221

19,165

Marshall

3,112

3,894

3,970

4,012

3,952

3,671

3,502

Mineola

816

871

892

884

857

779

696

Overton

327

423

413

385

369

361

358

Quinlan

175

221

255

284

301

301

312

Quitman

367

395

408

408

394

363

324

Royse City

313

593

803

1,079

1,450

1,889

2,463

Tatum

160

184

180

169

162

155

152

Tyler

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

Van

22

24

24

25

24

22

21

White Oak

767

824

847

873

912

951

1,011

Wills Point

312

281

288

285

273

255

245

Winnsboro

358

462

476

477

464

431

386

Table C-19
Sabine River Upper Basin:
Municipal Water Demand for Cities
Lower Basin Cities "Most Likely" Migration Rate Scenario (Acre-Feet/Year)(1)

City

1990

2000

2010

2020

2030

2040

2050

Bessmay-Buna

321

374

368

356

353

355

360

Bridge City

617

812

849

885

939

950

977

Center

705

938

967

981

1,017

1,044

1,087

Hemphill

279

339

342

341

356

371

391

Kirbyville

342

470

466

457

456

461

458

Newton

356

467

506

541

578

590

607

Orange

4,000

4,438

4,621

4,846

5,157

5,262

5,431

Pinehurst

385

513

522

522

536

556

581

Tenaha

148

153

149

146

146

147

151

Timpson

189

299

297

294

301

306

315

Vidor

470

493

484

474

469

465

469

West Orange

509

649

675

683

707

742

793