Bandera Road Ground Water Plume Superfund Site
Welcome to the Leon Valley Bandera Road Ground Water Plume Superfund Site Information page. This page is designed to provide information on the Bandera Road Superfund site and activities of the Bandera Road Community Advisory Group (CAG). The City of Leon Valley has a rated Superior Water System and takes pride in working with the Federal, State, and local regulatory agencies to keep your water supply safe.
The Bandera Road CAG was formed in 2007 to provide input to EPA on issues regarding the site’s investigation and cleanup. The Bandera Road CAG meets quarterly. Meetings are open to the public. CAG members are residents of Leon Valley, members of other local government agencies (Northside ISD, Bexar County, Edwards Aquifer Authority, etc.) who all have an avid interest in this process to keep our water clean.
The CAG is currently chaired by John Hoyt. The CAG is always interested in new members. To learn more about the CAG, contact CAG chairman, John Hoyt, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-249-6020.
EPA is currently assisting the CAG by providing contract services through EPA’s Technical Assistance Services for Communities (TASC) program.
For more information:
- What is CAG?
- Community Involvement
- CAG Bylaws
- Bandera Road Final Remedial Design Report
- Bandera Rd. Site History
- US EPA Superfund Information System
- Bandera Rd. Superfund Site Summary of EPA's 2013 Record of Decision
- Newsletters & Other Information
- Meeting Minutes & Agendas