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Do you have a water or sewer-related EMERGENCY?  Call MUD 132's new dedicated EMERGENCY line at 281-398-8211. For other service or MUD-related questions, click here to see our full list of contact numbers.

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.

TO OBTAIN WEBSITE MATERIALS IN AN ACCESSIBLE FORMAT, PLEASE CONTACT:
Brenda Presser, Paralegal
Phone: 713-651-5581



What's New

Inframark

Severn Trent Services has changed their name to Inframark.

WHCRWA

WHCRWA has increased the Surface Water Conversion – Pumpage Fee to $2.70 per 1,000 gallons from $2.45 per 1,000 gallons, effective January 1, 2018. See Rising Cost of Water.

Recover Lake Houston

Harvey damaged more than 6,000 homes and 3,300 businesses in the Lake Houston Area. The Lake Houston Long Term Recovery Task Force was formed to create a plan to help REBUILD the community and PREVENT future catastrophic flooding. Among many solutions they are pursuing, Three IMMEDIATE action steps have been identified. The PLEA FOR THREE immediate action steps:

  1. REMEDIATION through full funding for dredging the San Jacinto River and Lake Houston and stricter regulation enforcement of legal and illegal sand mining operations along the river.
  2. REDUCTION of the pooling level of Lake Conroe from 201 feet above sea level to 198.
  3. REPRESENTATION on the San Jacinto River Authority - three governor appointed interim board members representing downstream communities to serve until legislation is passed to address the issue.

Visit RecoverLakeHouston.com to support in the following ways:

SEND emails to suggested state officials.

SHARE the email request with employees, friends, neighbors and customers.

SPREAD the campaign on social media.

SIGN UP to get updates on the "Recover Lake Houston" Movement.

Click here RecoverLakeHouston.com to learn more.

Dec. 27, 2017

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