The District contains approximately 618 acres of land located within Fort Bend County, Texas. Fort Bend County MUD #2 is located about one-half mile east of the intersection of Old Richmond Road and Texas State Highway 6 and is bounded by Burney Road on the west, Belknap Road on the east, Old Richmond Road on the north, and Florence Road on the South. It is about 19 miles southwest of the central business district of the City of Houston and is entirely within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston.
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Development within the District has been completed on about 546 acres of land, which includes about 2,203 single-family residences located in Eldridge Park Village and Townewest Sections 1 through 6. Another 14 acres of land is includes about 80 single-family residences in Riverway Estates located off Florence Road. Nearly 32 acres have been developed for commercial use. About 20 acres are located within major thoroughfare or drainage channel rights-of-way or are otherwise not available for development, leaving approximately 6 acres currently undeveloped.
Websites for Communities located within the District
Eldridge Park Village
Townwest HOA Section 1-4
Townwest CIA Section 5-6
A REMINDER TO RESIDENTS:
When FB MUD #2 has completed landscape repairs; be advised the sod needs to watered regularly in order to survive following installation and it is the residents' responsibility to do so.
FB Mud #2 will not replace sod where it is determined the resident has failed to maintain a regular watering schedule. Please call the service department should you have any questions. Thank you
281-290-6507 - Service Department
SECURITY PATROL SERVICE
Effective November 1, 2012, Fort Bend County MUD #2 implemented a security patrol service in Townewest Sections 1-6, Riverway Estates and Eldridge Park Village. There is no increase in your water bill for this service at this time.
Patrols will be identified by markings on the patrol vehicle.
This service is being provided to complement law enforcement services provided by other governmental or private entities -- it is in addition to, and not a substitution for, those other services.
The security patrol is staffed by law enforcement. The officers are not security guards. Officers are armed, are able to make arrests and issue citations.
Patrols will be varied, both as to routes and times, and will not be available on a 24/7 basis.
Please continue to call 911 for emergencies and the Fort Bend County Sheriff 24-hour dispatch at 281.341.4665 for non-emergencies. You may also call the direct patrol number for non-emergencies – 713.504.1978 -- which will be answered only during patrol hours.
Going on vacation or away for a holiday? Call and/or leave a message with Security Patrol at 713.504.1978 to place your home on our "House Watch list". Please leave your name, address, date of your departure, and return date.
Patrol services by MUD #2 are subject to change and/or be discontinued without notice.
You may direct inquiries to:
A District Representive will contact you regarding any
concerns or questions you may have.
DISTRICT CRIME STATS
RAIDS Online, an interactive crime map website, is now available for citizens of Fort Bend County.
Through a grant that benefited several law enforcement agencies in the county, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office now has a website geared solely to help residents in the unincorporated areas of the county to track crime in their neighborhoods.
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The District operates two water wells and two lift stations necessary for the removal of wastewater which undergoes treatment by the City of Houston. The current water demand is about 235 million gallons per year.
Our Drinking Water Meets All Federal (EPA) Drinking Water Requirements.FB Mud #2 Water Report
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Landowners Bill of Rights
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