Mosquitoes aren’t just a bothersome itch, they are also carriers for the Zika virus and more. Here are a few safe treatments and natural prevention methods to keep your home bite-free.View Post
For those affected by Hurricane Harvey, knowing what to do next, where to find items that need replacing or contractors to help it get done, may be a bit of a challenge.To that end, the following list of resources has been compiled to help in the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.View Post
HCMUD 1 Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 12:30 pm. This month the meeting location has been changed to:
2817 West Dallas
Houston, Texas 77019
The public is welcome to attend.
Due to circumstances as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the recyclables which were scheduled to be picked up on 9/6 will not be collected until 9/10 (Sunday). Please have your recycle bins in the street no later than Sunday morning at 6:00am. We apologize for the inconvenience. Normal schedules for recycling should resume next week.View Post
Water services are fully operational and the water is safe to drink. Trash collection services are continuing as regularly scheduled, but high volume and lots of traffic at disposal sites may cause some delays for trash collection for residents. Thank you for your patience as we get through the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.View Post
Did you know that 17% of the water you use indoors is from your shower?
In an effort to help you save money and water, here are a few suggestions on how to conserve water in your bathroom.
Replace Old Showerheads- Consider replacing your older showerheads have a flow of more than 2.5 gallons per minute with showerheads that have a flow of 2.0 to 2.5 gallons per minute. While it may cost you a little money up front, water conservation can really save you money in the long run.
Take Shorter Showers- even a one or two minute shorter shower can save you up to 700 gallons of water a month.
Wash, Rinse, Repeat- Consider turning the water off while you soap up and wash your hair, turning it back on to rinse off.
Bathtime Is Treat-Time- Think of “taking a bath” as an occasional treat as the average bath uses 35-50 gallons of water as compared to a 10-minute shower using only 25 gallons of water.