Drought Contingency Implementation of Stage 1 Conservation
June 29, 2022

Harris County M.U.D. 231 has implemented Stage 1 of the District’s Drought Contingency Plan, effective June 29 and continuing until a similar notice is provided that the implementation has been lifted.

The goal is a 5% reduction in the use of all water and is voluntary, currently. Please conserve water daily under the following guidelines. Mandatory measures may be imposed if a water shortage continues.

  1. District customers are requested to voluntarily reduce all water usage.
  2. Check for and repair all leaks, including sprinkler systems, leaky faucets, and/or running toilets.
  3. All outdoor water use should be avoided between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., and between 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight).
  4. Customers with even-numbered addresses (or north and west side of streets) should limit outdoor water usage, including yard watering, to even-numbered days.
  5. Customers with odd-numbered addresses (or south and east side of streets) should limit outdoor water usage, including yard watering, to odd-numbered days.

Harris County MUD 231

The following information is being provided to help you become familiar with the policies and procedures relating to your water and sewer service. The neighborhood(s) included in this district: Creekside Place, Grand Parkway MarketPlace, Miramar Lake, Preserve at Miramar Lake, Vintage Creek, Wildwood Glen, Willow Dell, Willow Edge, Willow Forest, Willow Lake Village, and Willow Trace.

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