A Board of Directors, made up of 5 directors elected from the district, governs HCMUD #1. All directors are residents within HCMUD #1 and serve 4 year terms.
|Name||Position||End of Current Term|
|Doug Caldwell, Jr||President||2018|
|Craig C. Young||Vice President||2020|
Advises the board on any and all legal matters that are presented regarding the District.
Smith, Murdaugh, Little & Bonham, L.L.P.
2727 Allen Parkway, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77019
Conducts and independent annual audit and files it with the TCEQ.
Mark L. Roth C.P.A.
4915 S. Main, Suite 114
Stafford, Texas 77477
Maintains the general ledger, reconciles bank and other financial statement, invests funds in accordance with the Texas Public Funds Investment Act and prepares monthly activity and budget reports.
Municipal Accounts & Consulting
1300 Post Oak Blvd., Ste. 1600
Houston, Texas 77056
Oversees the design, construction and installation of the District’s water, sewer and drainage systems.
Van De Wiele & Vogler Inc.
2925 Briarpark, Suite 275
Houston, Texas 77042
Is the everyday “face” of the District and is responsible for overseeing the supply and delivery of water, the collection and treatment of wastewater, inspections and maintenance of the entire system, along with collecting the water fees.
Hays Utility South Corporation
P.O. Box 1209
Spring, Texas 77383
Advises the District on IT/Website matters and resident communication.
Blue Umbrella LLC
14100 Old Richmond Rd., Ste. B
Sugar Land, TX 77498
Applies the District’s tax levy to tax rolls prepared by the Harris County Appraisal District and bills & collects such levy.
Harris County Tax Assessor-Collectors Office
1001 Preston, Suite 100
Houston, TX 77002
Advises the District on issuing bonds and on adopting the annual tax rate.
Robert W. Baird & Co.
1331 Lamar, Suite 1360
Houston, TX 77010
Provides supplemental law enforcement services within the District.
Harris County Constables
March 20th is the first day of Spring, a time of the year when your focus turns to foliage and flowers. However, when you live in Texas, you also realize that it won’t be long before you are dealing with drought-like weather conditions and the brutal Texas heat. So, if you are dreading the idea of holding that garden hose over your thirsty tropical plants this summer, we have some drought-tolerant plant suggestions that will help you save time, water and money.View Post
Did you know that approximately 25% of a household’s residential water consumption is happening in your laundry room and it’s disappearing at the same rate as your missing socks. Washing laundry is very water intensive, especially if you own a conventional top loading washing machine. Top loaders can use between 39 and 43 gallons of water per load for the wash and rinse cycle combined! Using both water-saving practices as well as a high efficiency washing machine can reduce water use by half!View Post
Beginning January 4th, 2017, Texas Pride became the new solid waste provider for the District. If you are a resident that still has a trash can from our previous provider (Waste Management), please call the number below and they will schedule a time to come back out and get that trash can out of your way!
Waste Management Residential Customer Service