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Meeting Notice


Due to COVID-19 concerns and pursuant to guidance from the Texas Attorney General, the Board of Directors of Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 132 will meet by teleconference until further notice.

Meeting information can be found on the Meetings page of this website.

Resolution Regarding Declaration of Authority due to an Emergency



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Interconnects Established with MUD 151
on Kings River Drive and Pinehurst Shadows Drive.

July 15, 2020

MUD 132 recently extended the main water service lines on Atascocita Shores/Kings River Drive and Pinehurst Shadows Drive to connect with water service in the neighboring MUD 151 to provide an alternate loop water source in the event of an outage in the service lines on Atascocita Shores Drive. The need for this enhancement to our system was identified in July 2018 when the City of Houston interrupted water supply to the northern section of MUD 132 while replacing a drainage culvert under Atascocita Shores Drive. Water service was out longer than planned due to failures by the contractor employed by the City of Houston.

Water service throughout the District is configured on a grid. A failure or interruption at one area can be serviced by water coming from the other direction. The geography and growth timing at the northern end of Atascocita Shores Drive resulted in dead end lines and no grid pattern. The optimum solution is the two interconnects with the adjoining district. We have interconnects in other areas primarily for back up to water plant outages.

The interconnect grid is not automatic like the grid throughout the greater community. Inframark will open the interconnect valves when needed and calculate the water taken to permit the district to repay MUD 151.


July 15, 2020

Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 132 (“the District”) began a fifteen-year program to replace existing water lines and related appurtenances throughout the District. Phase 1 in Pines of Atascocita Section 1, Pines of Atascocita Section 2 and Atascocita Shores Section 1 is wrapping up. All homes have been converted to the new system. Lawn repairs and site cleanup should be completed by the end of July.

Phase II has been defined to include replacing water lines and related appurtenances in Pinehurst of Atascocita Section 2, Atascocita Villas Section 1, Club Point at Pinehurst of Atascocita Section 3, and Atascocita Shores Section 2. Field survey work is completed and preliminary design engineering is being finalized. After required agency review of plans, bids are scheduled for the third quarter of 2020 with construction to begin in January 2021.

Like Phase 1, Phase 2 will involve replacement of existing water lines with new PVC (polyvinyl chloride) pipe, replacement of existing fire hydrants and the installation of new service leads from the new water mains to the individual water meters for each home or business.

The majority of the construction will be performed by trenchless methods in order to limit disturbances to above-ground improvements such as driveways, landscaping and trees. All work will be performed within the road right-of-way or within existing easements. The existing water lines will be cut, plugged and abandoned in place upon conversion to the new lines.

Construction costs are being funded from sales tax revenue generated by the Strategic Partnership Agreement with the City of Houston signed in 2005 to prevent annexation. There should be no increase in the District’s ad valorem property tax rate to fund the water line replacement projects.



Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 132 (the "District") was created by an Order of the Texas Water Rights Commission, now the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), dated September 10, 1974.  The District operates under the authority of Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code and other general statutes applicable to municipal utility districts.

Since its creation, the District has completed two annexations and currently includes 1,115.029 acres.  The District is located in northeast Harris County approximately 25 miles from the City of Houston.  FM 1960 East bisects the District approximately seven miles east of Highway 59.  In addition to serving its residential and commercial customers, the District serves homes within the City of Houston limits that are bound by the District's boundary and Lake Houston.

The District was created to provide (1) a water system consisting of water production, storage, and distribution facilities; (2) a sanitary sewer system consisting of internal sewer lines and laterals, sewage treatment and disposal; and (3) a drainage system consisting of storm sewers and drainage channels.  The District has two water plant facilities consisting of two water wells, storage facilities, pumps and emergency power generators; 1.54 million gallons per day of capacity in the Atascocita Central Wastewater Treatment Plant (the "Regional WWTP"); and a share in the trunk main to the Regional WWTP.  The responsibility of maintenance and operation of the internal systems in accordance with good health standards lies with the District.  The District pays its prorata share for operation and maintenance of the Regional WWTP and trunk main.  Harris County has maintenance responsibility for the public storm sewers that were conveyed to it after construction.

Brenda Presser, Paralegal
Phone: 713-651-5581


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