For questions about water service:
Billing 8am to 4:30 pm
24 Hr. Service Line:
You may direct inquiries to:
For questions & payments
for Fort Bend MUD#2 taxes:
Assessments of the Southwest, Inc.
Fax: (281) 482-5285
For questions about trash service:
WCA Waste Corporation
Direct other inquires to:
Fort Bend County MUD #2
C/O Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP
3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 2600
Houston, TX 77027-7537
FORT BEND COUNTY MUD #2
Fort Bend Mud #2 monthly meetings are held
the 4th Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., at the
Townewest Homeowners Association Clubhouse
10322 Old Towne Lane
Sugar Land, TX 77498
You may direct inquiries to:
DISTRICT EASEMENTS AND ENCROACHMENTS
Please note that your property may be encumbered by easements that restrict the use of your property. Before planning any improvements to your property, please contact the District for information about district easements in the area to avoid potential conflicts.
The District has received notice of a proposed 144 unit multi-family development located at the southwest corner of W. Bellfort Road and Belknap Road. The site is approximately 11 acres, of which a small portion is in the District. The City of Houston is providing water and sewer service to the development.
INFORMATION ON TRASH SERVICE
TRASH PICK UP DAYS: WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. Collection will include the cart PLUS additional bagged household trash, grass clipping, bundled tree branches and any BULK items.
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS, PLEASE CLICK ON THE "TRASH SERVICE" LINK LOCATED AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE!
NFBWA NOTICE OF 2018 FEES
The NFBWA to implement an increase in Groundwater Pumpage Fee and Surface Water Fee effective January 1, 2018.
NFBWA Notice of Increase for 2018
For complete information log on to:
North fort Bend Water Authority (NFBWA)
Texas Water Development Board
View groundwater information online
ONGOING DISTRICT PROJECTS
DISTRICT PROJECT - The District assessed the condition of the manholes and developed a rehabilitation program needed to ensure these manholes are structurally sound and function as designed.
Many of these manholes are within easements located in the side, and back yards of your homes. Access to these easements will be needed to complete the project. Door hangers with contact information will be placed no less than 48 hours in advance of a proposed inspection. Your cooperation in providing access and securing pets during the inspections is appreciated.
Completion date - Summer 2018
It is the District’s goal to keep work sites reasonably neat and free of trash, rubbish, and other debris with the exception of materials needed to complete the work at individual sites. The sites are programmed to be restored to original or better condition after completion of the work.
FORT BEND COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE - In addition to the District's storm rehab project, the District has partnered with FB Road & Bridge (R&B). R&B will be in the District repairing our streets over the next 4 years. The District requested R&B start "phase one" with intersections located with storm inlets to insure both projects do not overlap and re-do's occur and to maintain drainage. Due to the impact on District falcilites, ramps and sidewalk repairs are being rebuilt/replaced by the District.
The contractor for R&B are replacing some driveway aprons. Replacement depends on correcting street elevation for drainage purposes.
If your driveway is broken or breaking up where it meets the road and there is no ponding (the road giving way at the end of your driveway and holds water), email R&B through the FB County website or use the "Connect with Fort Bend County" app. Please send name, address and picture. The county will generate a work order and replace approximately six inches of the bottom of your driveway where it meets the road.
Where ponding and broken concrete effecting the road is occuring (driveway meets the road), may not be repaired at this time due to future street repairs over the next four years saving resources, time and tax dollars. If ponding is occuring in the road in front of your home and not the driveway, you may email R&B and they will see if the road can be lifted where the ponding is occurring.
There is not a list of "phases" showing which area of street repair is next. These projects will take time to complete. Questions? Email us!
ONLINE ACCOUNT ACCESS
You may view your account information online at www.municipaldistrictservices.com anytime, anywhere. It's easy and signing up is a snap! Follow the step by step instructions below, click on the Municipal District Services logo to sign up and start viewing your account today.
Instructions for Online Bill Review
WATER CONSERVATION IS ENCOURAGED
The District, North Fort Bend Water Authority (NFBWA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) ask customers to help conserve by:
VIEW MORE WAYS WAYS TO CONSERVE WATER
Taking quick showers.
Turn water off while brushing teeth, hands and face.
Wash FULL loads of clothes and dishes.
Inspect toilets for silent leaks.
Inspect faucets inside and out for leaks.
TAKE CARE OF TEXAS: Great ways to conserve
REMEMBER...Only rain should go down the storm drains! Please do not dump grass clippings or trash down storm or sewer drains. You will be fined!
FORT BEND COUNTY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT 2 CHANGED DRINKING WATER DISINFECTION METHOD
North fort Bend Water Authority (NFBWA)
Fort Bend County MUD 2 began using a new process of water disinfection in January 2011. This process involves using chloramines rather than only chlorine as the disinfectant in the water supply. This is due to the District’s gradual conversion to surface water. Currently the District receives its drinking water from the wells located within the District. However, the Fort Bend Subsidence District has mandated to begin reduction of ground water pumpage. The District will be receiving surface water from a water transmission line containing treated surface water supplied by the North Fort Bend Regional Water Authority. The water supplied to the Water Authority is from the City of Houston.
The use of chloramines rather than chlorine is not new technology as it is in widespread use in many cities and other drinking water supplies. The change is intended to benefit our customers by reducing the levels of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in the system, while providing protection from waterborne disease. The City of Houston has been treating its water with chloramines for over twenty years. Water containing chloramines is perfectly safe for drinking, bathing, cooking, and most other uses we have for water. HOWEVER, there are two categories of people who need to take special care with chloraminated water:
Kidney Dialysis Patients – The change to chloramines can cause problems to persons dependent on dialysis machines. A condition known as hemolytic anemia can occur if the disinfectant is not completely removed from the water that is used for the dialysate. Consequently, the pretreatment scheme used for the dialysis units must include some means, such as a charcoal filter, for removing the chloramines prior to the conversion to chloramines. Medical facilities should also determine if additional precautions are required for other medical equipment.
Live Fish or Other Aquatic Animal Owners – Chloraminated water may be toxic to fish. If you have a fish tank, please make sure that the chemicals or filters that you are using are designed for use in water that has been treated with chloramines. You may also need to change the type of filter that you use for the fish tank.
Following are questions and answers that may address questions that you may have. You may also refer to the previous mail-outs by the District.
What is the current drinking water disinfection method?
The current method of disinfection used by the Fort Bend County MUD 2 is chlorination. Chlorine is added to drinking water at a controlled level. Chlorine is an effective disinfectant of many kinds of bacteria that may be harmful to one's health. The District's drinking water has met State and Federal standards for bacterial control for many years.
What is chloramination?
Chloramination is the use of both ammonia and chlorine to disinfect water. Ammonia is added to water at a carefully controlled level. The chlorine and ammonia react chemically to produce a combined chlorine residual or chloramines. Chloramines are safe in drinking water and serve as an effective method of disinfection. In the U.S., many water systems have used chloramination for several decades.
How can I get more information?
Feel free to contact the Fort Bend County MUD 2 Operator, Municipal District Services at (281) 290-6503 should you have a question or comment.
Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 2 was created by the Texas Water Rights Commission, now the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) in 1972, and operates pursuant to Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code. The TCEQ exercises continuing supervisory jurisdiction over the District.
The District has the authority, among other things, to purchase, construct, operate, and maintain facilities necessary for the
- supply of water;
- collection, transportation, and treatment of wastewater;
- control and diversion of storm water; and
- to provide for solid waste disposal and recycling services
The District is committed to
- sustaining a safe and reliable supply of water;
- providing quality service;
- maintaining the integrity of the sanitary sewer system; and
- practicing cost efficiency and ensuring financial stability of the District
The District maintains a Superior Water Rating from the State of Texas.
If you are a resident of Fort Bend County MUD #2, you can provide valuable feedback by sending an email message, or by attending monthly meetings. We'd love to hear from you.
Drinking Water Quality Report