Trash service has been suspended in the District until the landfills re-open. We will update the website when garbage pick up will resume.
Harris County M.U.D. #102’s sewer treatment plant is currently under water. The District cannot guarantee continued sewer services at this time, but is doing all it can to restore full services as soon as possible. A timeframe for reinstatement of sewer service will be provided once it can be determined. The southern part of HC MUD No. 102 is currently flooded and will not drain until the Corps of Engineers allows more water to be released from Addicks Reservoir.
Customers are advised to cease use of sanitary sewer services. Indoor use of sewer drains, basins, toilets, washing machines, baths, and showers is strictly prohibited, as THE DISTRICT’S SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM HAS BEEN FLOODED. Failure to heed this warning may result in sewer back-ups inside your home or business. If sewer services continue, the District reserves the right to shut off water service. The drinking water is safe to consume, however no water should flow down your drain.
At the Authority’s Board of Directors meeting held on November 9, 2016, at 20111 Saums Road, Katy, Texas 77449, the Authority adopted increased fees. Effective January 1, 2017, the new pumpage fee will be $2.45 per 1,000 gallons of groundwater pumped and the new surface water fee will be $2.85 per 1,000 gallons of water delivered by the Authority.
The import fee will also increase to the current pumpage fee if the user is not connected to the Authority’s water system, or the current surface water fee if the user is connected to the Authority’s water system.
Please remember to report your water usage online at the Authority’s website (oprs.whcrwa.com) as required by the Authority’s Amended Rate Order.