Who do we serve?
list is comprised mainly of these types of water
Municipal Utility District - MUD
Control Improvement District - WCID
Improvement District - LID
Water Supply District - FWSD
What is a MUD?
utility district (MUD) is a special governmental entity
of the State of Texas. Regulated by the Texas Commission
on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The MUD's main function
is to provide water and wastewater services and maintain
drainage facilities within its boundaries. A MUD may
collect taxes, charge for services, condemn property,
enforce restrictive covenants and make regulations to
accomplish its purposes.
What is a WCID?
control improvement district is a political subdivision
of the State of Texas and serves many of the residents
of the subdivision within its boundaries. The Water
District is empowered, among other things, to purchase,
construct, operate and maintain all works, improvements,
facilities and plants necessary for the supply and
distribution of water, the collection, transportation,
and treatment of household waste.