Download Raw Datasets
Generate and download predefined reports containing air quality data and associated information stored in the TAMIS database.
The Geographical Texas Air Quality Monitoring viewer can access information about air quality monitors, view and print maps of areas of interest, and obtain details about selected air monitors and their surrounding area.
Download site-level summary emissions data.
Access TexAER to create, export, and print reports on non-point air emissions inventories from on-road mobile, non-road mobile, biogenic, and area sources. TexAER contains historical, current, and projected future case emissions inventory data, as well as control strategy information. You can customize your report to include specific locations, source classification codes (SCCs), time periods, units of measure, and other parameters.
Download previous and current effects screening levels (ESL) lists used in the review of air permitting data, and sign up to receive ESL-related announcements.
Maximum eight-hour ozone averages measured daily from yesterday back to 1997.
Averages that meet or exceed 85 parts per billion ozone. Data available from one hour ago back to 1997.
Calculated from TCEQ monitoring site data available from today back to 1997.
Measurements of high one-hour ozone concentrations.
Maximum one-hour ozone averages measured daily from yesterday back to 1996.
Report for the fourth highest daily maximum eight-hour average ozone concentrations in Texas Metropolitan areas.
Links to background information and new zip files containing one-year and five-year meteorological data sets for each county for use with AERMOD.
Data sets that are listed by county, showing meteorological conditions.
Air pollution and meteorological data from the TCEQ, local Texas monitoring networks, and the EPA since 1972.
Technical data collected by the TexAQS II Field Study for analysis in determination of its findings.
Includes both pending and completed permits.
Download Microsoft Excel files containing data on MSW facilities from TCEQ databases.
Download Microsoft Excel file containing information about active, registered scrap tire handlers and facilities in Texas.
Texas Solid Waste Activity statewide files from PARIS (Permit and Registration Information System).
Information associated with the PST facility data with optional tank data.
Statewide current dry cleaner site owners listing, refreshed quarterly. Lists name, location of business and contact information.
Links to geospatial data layers relating to water or hydrology.
Links to the Atlas of Texas Surface Waters, data for Level 4 ecoregions, GIS data for classified segments, and other hydrology data layers for use in ArcGIS. Statewide hydrography maps and map-based viewers for surface water information.
Includes queries and metadata for accessing surface water quality monitoring data for Texas.
Select TCEQ monitoring stations to view and optionally download sample data.
Locally governed districts for the management of groundwater supplies, with limited management planning oversight by the Groundwater Planning and Assessment Team. Map, contact list, and other useful links.
Links to resources that can help you locate information on water wells.
Land use/land cover spatial data layers in ArcView Shapefile format. Includes information on Edwards Aquifer, Arroyo Colorado, and Brazos Colorado.
Data from all active and inactive surface water rights permits and water supply contracts.
Download current list of compliance histories or search the compliance history database.
Download site layers.
GIS layers in ArcView Shapefile format that detail regulatory/administrative boundaries of the TCEQ.
Monthly report required by the legislature.
Information on projects funded to date.