Notice of Cancellation – Electronic Waste Pickup and Document Shredding Event

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with federal, state, and local guidelines, the HC MUD 501 Board has cancelled the electronic waste pickup and document shredding event scheduled for Saturday, April 18th.

The HC MUD 501 Board expects to reschedule the event when it is safe to do so and will send out notice of the new date when available.

We appreciate your cooperation in helping reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Wildlife Management in Harris County MUD 500 Lakes

This morning, MUD 500’s wildlife management contractor caught and removed a 5’ alligator in the northern portion of MUD 500’s lakes. The contractor does not believe there are any additional alligators in the lakes, but the Houston area is a natural habitat for various wildlife, including alligators. MUD 500’s contractor will continue to monitor the lakes for any evidence of additional alligators and take steps to remove them if any are found.

MUD 500 continues to request that residents report any sightings of alligators to its operator, Environmental Development Partners, at (832) 467-1599. MUD 500 encourages your district to share this information with your residents. Please visit MUD 500’s website, at http://www.hcmud500.org, for additional information.

Save the Date for Fall Community E-Waste and Shred Day

Please click here for the invitation to the Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 501 Fall Electronic Waste Pickup and Document Shredding Day, hosted by Residential Recycling & Refuse of Texas. The event is scheduled for Saturday, October 12, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Lakehouse Parking Lot, at 10000 Towne Lake Parkway, Cypress, Texas 77433.

All residents are welcome to attend. A copy of the invitation also will be included in upcoming utility bills.

Wildlife Management in Harris County MUD 500 Lakes

On July 18, 2019, MUD 500 received a report of a sighting on July 16, 2019, of an approximately 4’ alligator in the southeastern portion of MUD 500’s lakes, near the Tuckerton Road Bridge. MUD 500 has obtained the required nuisance permit from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and instructed its trapper to continue their efforts to locate and remove the alligator. The District respectfully requests that residents of and visitors to Towne Lake refrain from interfering with its wildlife management contractor and/or any of the contractor’s lines, traps, or other equipment left in or near its lakes.

MUD 500 continues to request that residents report any sightings of alligators to its operator, Environmental Development Partners, at (832) 467-1599. MUD 500 encourages your district to share this information with your residents. Please visit MUD 500’s website, at http://www.hcmud500.org, for additional information.

Wildlife Management in Harris County MUD 500 Lakes

On July 9, 2019, MUD 500 received a report from the District’s wildlife management contractor of a confirmed sighting of an approximately 3’ to 4’ alligator in the southwestern portion of MUD 500’s lakes, off of West Pedernales River Drive. MUD 500 has obtained the required nuisance permit from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and instructed its trapper to locate and remove the alligator. The District respectfully requests that residents of and visitors to Towne Lake refrain from interfering with its wildlife management contractor and/or any of the contractor’s lines, traps, or other equipment left in or near its lakes.

MUD 500 continues to request that residents report any sightings of alligators to its operator, Environmental Development Partners, at (832) 467-1599. MUD 500 encourages your district to share this information with your residents. Please visit MUD 500’s website, at http://www.hcmud500.org, for additional information.

West Harris County Regional Water Authority Notice of Anticipated Fees for 2019

Please see the attached Notice of Anticipated Fees from the West Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”), stating that the Authority intends to increase its mandated surface water fee from $3.10 per 1,000 gallons, to $3.35 per 1,000 gallons, effective January 1, 2019. This fee, reflected as a separate line item on your water bill, is paid to the Authority and is used to pay for capital and operation costs of its existing surface water delivery infrastructure and the capital costs of additional new surface water delivery infrastructure. The Authority delivers surface water to your district.

The Notice states that the Authority expects to consider adoption of the proposed surface water fee at its November 14, 2018, Board of Directors meeting.

For more information about the Authority, please visit: http://www.whcrwa.com.

Wildlife Management in Harris County MUD 500 Lakes

On October 31, 2018, MUD 500 received a report of a sighting of an approximately 4’ alligator in the southern portion of MUD 500’s lakes, off of Hamilton Hills Drive near the boat docks. On November 1, 2018, MUD 500 received an additional report of a sighting of an alligator in the same portion of MUD 500’s lakes, near the Hamilton Hills Drive bridge. MUD 500 immediately notified its wildlife management contractor of the sightings and directed the trapper to actively monitor for an alligator and, if one is located, to immediately remove it upon obtaining the required nuisance permit from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

MUD 500 continues to request that residents report any sightings of alligators to its operator, Environmental Development Partners, at (832) 467-1599. MUD 500 encourages your district to share this information with your residents. Please visit MUD 500’s website, at http://www.hcmud500.org, for additional information.