New Website!

This is a new website with a more user-friendly layout that the RRC has launched.  All the information from the previous website is available for you to access via the menu above, or with the icon menu below. Announcements with additional information will be sent. Watch a quick overview video.

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COVID-19 Resources and Response

With the Governor’s disaster declaration and Executive Order related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and his direction to state agencies to provide flexible work and telework policies to employees, the RRC will maintain limited skeleton crews at the William B. Travis building (WBT) and district/regional offices, with other employees telecommuting. This is in effect until further notice.

Important Note for In-person Filings
In an effort to ensure the safety of the public and Railroad Commission staff during the COVID-19 concerns, the RRC is not accepting in-person filings at this time. You may submit filings via U.S. Postal Service, FedEx or United Parcel Service.

 

Upcoming Event

  1. January 28


    * THIS EVENT IS FULL *


    This 8-hour course covers proper filling and handling of ASME motor/mobile fuel containers, appurtenances, DOT cylinders, and dispenser operations.  

    This course is intended for new certification applicants or current certification holders looking to complete continuing education credit. Section 9.52 of the LP-Gas Safety Rules lists each course given and the certification level for which continuing education credit is given. 

    There will be exams administered at the end of the course. Only course attendees may take the exam.

    All individuals must be registered at least 7 days in advance of an event.

    All events are subject to change please check this event page at least 24 hours before the day of the event.  


    January 28, 2021 - 8:00 AM
    Austin
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Who Regulates Railroads in Texas?


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