HARRIS COUNTY MUD 81
IS CURRENTLY OPERATING
UNDER STAGE 1 DROUGHT RESPONSE MEASURES
Please be advised that effective August 10th,
2023, the West Harris County Water Authority ("Authority")
triggered Stage 1 (voluntary reductions) of its Drought
Contingency Plan due to climate and weather conditions.
Due to the Authority enacting Stage 1, Harris County MUD
81 has enacted Stage 1 of their Drought Contingency Plan.
While Stage 1 is VOLUNTARY, please adhere to the following
outdoor watering scheule:
Odd addresses may irrigate on Odd numbered days
Even addresses may irrigate on Even numbered days
Outdoor water use shall be prohibited between 6:00 a.m.
and 10:00 a.m. and between 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m.
If you have a programmable controller, please set it to
For additional information, call
281 290-6500. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Shred Day Results
On October 14th, Shred Day at Harris County MUD 81 collected
4,000 pounds, or 2 tons of paper. This translates to:
40 trees saved
18,000 gallons of water saved
900 kw energy saved
14 cubic yards of landfill saved.
MUD 81 E-mail Issue
Over the weekend of June 10th,
the MUD 81 Board became aware of unauthorized
e-mails that appeared to have originated from the District's
e-mail address. MUD 81 immediately took action to secure the
account, and the e-mail activity appears to have ceased. The
MUD 81 Board is working to fully investigate the incident and
expects to provide more information once that investigation is
complete. Please immediately delete any suspicious e-mails
that appear to be from that e-mail address. For all MUD 81
water and sewer service and account issues, please contact
the MUD 81 operator, Municipal District Services, at (281)
290-6500, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drainage Improvements Continue
Harris County has awarded the contract for the Cimarron
Subdivision - Sections 2, 3, 4, and 5 drainage improvements
to R Construction Company and construction is underway.
for more information.
Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 81 is empowered to purchase,
construct, operate, and maintain all works, improvements and facilities necessary
for the supply of water, for the collection and processing of wastewater and for
control and diversion of storm water. It is also allowed to provide parks and
recreation, fire protection, garbage and security.
The District is 921
acres, all located in Houston's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). MUD 81
has 3090 single family connections, 2 multi-family, 56 commercial and 24
irrigation (sprinkler) connections. The District has four water wells, a lift
station, an administrative office building, and an interest in two regional
sewage treatment plants (STP), West Memorial and Cinco.
Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act
Information about the District required by Section 26.18, Texas Tax Code,
created by Senate Bill 2 (also known as the Texas Property Tax Reform and
Transparency Act of 2019), is available
Notifications from the District
Sign up for Text and Email notifications.
From the Board, read the latest
Quarterly Newsletter (Q4 2023).
The trash and recycle pickup schedules are listed
District Customers can now view their account online