WHCRWA Documentary Video

The West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) has created a comprehensive new documentary video addressing the progress to secure a long-term water supply featuring the following:

  • Interviews with members of our partnership teams
  • In-depth discussions about where our water will come from in the future and how we will pay for it
  • Current and future cost estimates and rate analysis
  • Questions and Answers.

Please see below for the link to the video.

To Residents of Harris County MUD No. 102 whose homes were flooded as a result of Hurricane Harvey:

Section 31.032 of the Texas Tax Code allows homeowners and some small businesses whose property is damaged in a disaster and are located in a designated disaster area to pay their taxes in four installments. (For small businesses, this includes real and personal property that is owned or leased by a business entity that has gross receipts under a threshold adjusted by the Texas Comptroller’s office.)
 
The installment payments apply to taxes imposed on the property by all taxing units on the tax bill before the first anniversary of the disaster. The property owner must pay at least one-fourth of the taxes before the Feb. 1 delinquency date and provide notice that the person will be paying the remaining taxes in installments. The remaining payments are due before April 1, June 1 and Aug. 1, without any penalty or interest. If the delinquency date is not Feb. 1, then other deadlines apply. If an installment payment is missed, the owner faces a 6 percent penalty and also must pay interest at 1 percent for each month of delinquency.
 
You may contact Assessments of the Southwest, Inc., the Tax Assessor/Collector for Harris County MUD No. 102, at www.aswtax.com (click on “Hurricane Harvey”) to arrange for installment payments on your 2017 Harris County MUD No. 102 property taxes. For additional information pertaining to flood-damaged property and 2017 property taxes, please consult the website of the Harris County Appraisal District at http://hcad.org/.

Final Harvey Debris Pick-Up – November 5th

Dear Residents,

You may have seen the yellow signs below at the entries to your neighborhood. The purpose of this email is to pass along information from Harris County relating to the deadline, as follows:

The November 5th deadline and pick-up the following week applies to all flooded areas as this will be the final pass for pick-up…anything put out to the curb after November 5th will not be picked up. It will be the homeowners responsibility.

We urge you to help your neighbors to be aware of these deadlines as you deem appropriate. We believe that the County has done an outstanding job on debris collection, especially given the size of the task. And we want you to understand that our District’s normal garbage collection contract does NOT include the collection of storm debris or major construction debris, so we feel it’s important that you take advantage of this opportunity.

Board of Directors
Harris County MUD 102