Repair Underway for Waterline Break

We have experienced another emergency waterline break in the same area that was repaired earlier this morning. Crews have been notified and repair is underway.

The repair will be done as soon as possible. Again, the areas that are out of water are:

  • Wimbledon Falls Sections 1 Through 7
  • Wimbledon Country Section 1
  • Augusta Meadows Apartments (24215 Kuykendahl)
  • Retail Center (24225 Kuykendahl)
  • Retail Center (24235 Kuykendahl)

The crews are working to restore the water service as fast as possible.

Planned Water Outage

A water distribution maintenance project must be done in our district. To minimize the impact in the district, the work has been scheduled to be done between the hours of 11:00 pm on Thursday, February 17, 2022 and 3:00 am Friday, February 18, 2022 (4 hours). The work will be performed along Kuykendahl Road between West Rayford Road and Hollywick Drive. During this 4-hour repair, the following areas will be out of water completely:

  • Wimbledon Falls Sections 1 through 7
  • Wimbledon Country Section 1
  • Augusta Meadows Apartments (24215 Kuykendahl)
  • Retail Center (24225 Kuykendahl)
  • Retail Center (24235 Kuykendahl)

Water service should be restored no later than 3:00 am on Friday, February 18th. Please plan accordingly. No other residents of Harris County MUD 1 will be affected during this needed repair.

No Boil Water Notice Issued

Despite what Harris County and some other entities have stated, Harris County MUD #1 is NOT under a Boil Water Notice at this time.

All Harris County MUD #1 facilities are online and performing their intended functions.

Waste Disposal for Harris County MUD 1

In response to the COVID-19 spread regarding our Waste and Recycle pick up, Texas Pride is doing all that they can to have NO INTERRUPTION in our pick up schedule.

However, they have to protect their employees just as each of us want to be protected. In doing so, we are asking that all residents BAG ALL WASTE IN PLASTIC BAGS so as to minimize the direct contact of the employees with the garbage.

Also, while recycling always should be placed loose in your recycle container, if you are showing any signs of illness, please bag your recyclables that you have come in contact with and dispose of them with your garbage.

We’re doing all we can to keep everyone safe as we navigate these uncharted waters.