The Regional Flood Warning Software Platform provides a comprehensive look at rainfall and water levels across the North Texas region through a connected network of flood gauges made possible through partnerships with local municipalities and agencies.
Current Stage Level Map
View live data of the current stage level of flood gauges across North Texas.
How to Join
Communities of North Texas can join the program for a cost savings on flood warning hardware and software. Communities can view and integrate all other communities' data for a comprehensive look at the region as a storm moves across.
Disclaimer: FloodDataNTX is an interactive mapping application developed by the North Central Texas Council of Governments through a cooperative contract with OneRain, Inc. The data and information presented may not be presented in real-time and should not be assumed to be exact conditions in the indicated area on the map. Neither FloodDataNTX nor the sponsoring agencies including the North Central Texas Council of Governments and member municipalities participating in this program assume any legal liability or responsibility, or make any guarantees or warranties as to the accuracy, completeness, or suitability of the information for any specific purpose. The public is urged to closely monitor information provided by local emergency management organizations during emergency situations.
What is Flood Data North Texas?
The Regional Flood Warning Software Platform is a cooperative contract of North Texas SHARE, created with the NCTCOG Environment and Development Department and member communities of the Flood Management Task Force. The goals of the platform is to provide access to flood warning software for communities at a lower cost and to allow communities one common platform to view and interact with flood gauges and provide better resources for planning and response as storms track across the region.
The North Central Texas Region is home to several hydrologic gauging networks used for a wide variety of purposes, including flood warning, water management, and dam safety. However, agencies that have few or no gauges are left without an easy way to understand how rain and flooding are impacting their system. The Regional Flood Warning Software Program provides access to an enterprise-level hydrologic software, called Contrail, to help them understand approaching storms, monitor the impacts on their agency, and provide their constituents with information through the website.
The program collects gauge data from all surrounding gauging networks, including the cities of Fort Worth, Dallas, and Grand Prairie, as well as Tarrant Regional Water District, USGS, and METAR gauges. If available, participating entities can bring in their own gauge data to the system and share that data for the benefit of the region. Within the software, the agency can visualize the data through advanced mapping, dashboards, and graphs. Specific thresholds can be set to be alarmed through SMS or email. StormDataTM Gauge-Adjusted Radar Rainfall will provide rainfall estimation over the entire region, including over a participating entity's area, which can be used if no rain gauges are present. All data is stored for future analysis and post-event reports.
How Communities Can Join
The Regional Flood Warning Software Platform is a cooperative contract of North Texas SHARE, created with the NCTCOG Environment and Development Department and member communities of the Flood Management Task Force. If a community would like to join the contract, can can do so by entering into an interlocal agreement with the North Central Texas Council of Governments. For more information, and to apply to join FloodDataNtx, please visit https://www.northtexasshare.org.