North Harris County Regional Water Authority - nhcrwa

North Harris County Regional Water Authority - nhcrwa The NHCRWAs primary assignment is to develop and implement a strategy for complying with the HGSDs Regulatory Plan that requires a reduction in groundwater
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The NHCRWAs primary assignment is to develop and implement a strategy for complying with the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District's Regulatory Plan that requires a reduction in groundwater usage to no more than 20% of total water demand by 2030

Operating as usual

NHCRWA President, Alan Rendl, receives prestigious Association of Water Board Directors-Texas (AWBD) vision award.  #nhc...
07/02/2021
NHCRWA President, Alan Rendl, receives prestigious AWBD vision award

NHCRWA President, Alan Rendl, receives prestigious Association of Water Board Directors-Texas (AWBD) vision award. #nhcrwa #awbd #texas #houston #txwater

https://www.nhcrwa.com/alan-rendl-receives-awbd-vision-award/

NHCRWA PRESIDENT, ALAN RENDL, RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS AWBD VISIONS AWARD Alan J. Rendl (left), NHCRWA Board President, receives the prestigious AWBD VISIONS AWARD from Mike Rozell, 1st Vice President of AWBD Board of Trustees. For two and a half decades, Alan Rendl has personified WATER during his serv...

The next NHCRWA Board meeting will be held on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 6pm at the Authority’s Office and streamed live vi...
06/02/2021
NHCRWA is back to normal operations

The next NHCRWA Board meeting will be held on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 6pm at the Authority’s Office and streamed live via Zoom Meetings.

https://www.nhcrwa.com/nhcrwa-is-back-to-normal-operations/

#nhcrwa #HarrisCounty #txwater

The next North Harris County Regional Water Authority (“Authority”) Board of Directors (“Board”) meeting, open to the public, will be held on Monday, June 7, 2021 at 6pm at the Authority's Office, 3648 Cypress Creek Pkwy., Suite 110, Houston, Harris County, Texas 77068 and streamed live via ...

Stop training your grass to be a water hog. - If you water your yard only when it needs it, you could save between 750 a...
05/17/2021
Are You Over-Watering Your Lawn?

Stop training your grass to be a water hog. - If you water your yard only when it needs it, you could save between 750 and 1,500 gallons of water a month, and that's money in your pocket.
https://wateru.nhcrwa.com/courses/irrigation/lessons/irrigation-2/topic/over-watering/

#waterlesssavemore #nhcrwa #houstontx #HarrisCounty #txwater #irrigation #grass #savewater #savemoney

Are You Over-Watering Your Lawn? watredu582020-10-04T16:26:23-05:00 Irrigation Irrigation Are You Over-Watering Your Lawn? Just because you have an irrigation system doesn’t mean you’re saving water… How often does your irrigation system come on when your grass doesn’t need any water? Have y...

Rainwater either seeps into the ground or “runs off” to lower areas, flowing into streams, lakes and other bodies of wat...
05/12/2021
What Landscapers (and homeowners) should know about Stormwater Pollution and how to help prevent it!

Rainwater either seeps into the ground or “runs off” to lower areas, flowing into streams, lakes and other bodies of water. On its way, runoff water can pick up and carry many substances that pollute water. Some of these substances — pesticides, fertilizers, oil and soap suds — can be harmful even in small quantities. Other materials — such as sediment from construction or bare soil, runoff from agricultural land, pet waste, grass clippings and other yard debris — can harm creeks, rivers and lakes when they are present in sufficient quantities.

Start with the most obvious thing: NEVER use storm drains as waste receptacles.

Watch a short overview of NHCRWA Regional Projects including the Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project, and the Expansi...
05/11/2021
Overview of NHCRWA Regional Projects (video)

Watch a short overview of NHCRWA Regional Projects including the Luce Bayou Interbasin Transfer Project, and the Expansion of the Northeast Water Purification Plant.

Overview of NHCRWA Regional Projects (video) watredu582021-04-30T12:01:34-05:00 Texas Water Development Board Planning Overview of NHCRWA Regional Projects (video) Previous Topic Back to Lesson Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInWhatsAppTumblrPinterestEmail

Did you know -- If your sprinkler system is set to apply one inch of water and it throws water over the sidewalks during...
05/07/2021
Overspray – WHAT A WASTE!

Did you know -- If your sprinkler system is set to apply one inch of water and it throws water over the sidewalks during that cycle, it can waste around 220 gallons of water on your sidewalks.

WATER LESS SAVE MORE #waterlesssavemore #nhcrwa

https://wateru.nhcrwa.com/courses/irrigation/lessons/irrigation-2/topic/overspray-what-a-waste/

If your sprinkler system throws water over the sidewalks during that cycle, it will waste around 220 gallons of water on your sidewalks.

Visit WATER U NORTH 👩‍🎓  - A virtual classroom that features FREE courses on critical water issues that affect utility d...
05/04/2021
WATER U - Learn about water issues in North Harris County - Houston, TX

Visit WATER U NORTH 👩‍🎓 - A virtual classroom that features FREE courses on critical water issues that affect utility districts and residents in the North Harris County Regional Water Authority #nhcrwa https://wateru.nhcrwa.com/

#HarrisCounty #txwater #texaswater #houston #houstontx

WATER U is a virtual classroom that features FREE courses on the critical water issues that affect utility districts and residents in NHCRWA.

Seven quick and easy irrigation tips that will save water 💧 and money 💲.  #waterlesssavemore
04/12/2021

Seven quick and easy irrigation tips that will save water 💧 and money 💲. #waterlesssavemore

Seven quick and easy irrigation tips that will save water 💧 and money 💲. #waterlesssavemore

The next North Harris County Regional Water Authority meeting will be held on Monday, March 1, 2021 at 6pm.  The agenda ...
02/23/2021
Meetings

The next North Harris County Regional Water Authority meeting will be held on Monday, March 1, 2021 at 6pm. The agenda for the meeting is available on the NHCRWA's website: https://www.nhcrwa.com/meetings/

Meetings are held on the first Monday of the month. Please check the agenda for meeting location and times. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for the March 1, 2021 meeting and may be done at https://nhcrwa.info/030121 – A link to the registration is also included in the Agenda

The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) — is still un...
02/21/2021
NHCRWA WATER SYSTEM SITUATIONAL UPDATE 2-21-21

The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) — is still unable to provide the full contracted amount of treated surface water to the Authority. At this time, the Authority continues to receive only 5.8 million gallons per day (“MGD”) — approximately 18.6% of our contracted amount from the City, The Authority is providing adequate flow and pressure in meeting the demand of our wholesale customers.

The Boil Water Notice (“BWN”) must remain in effect until the City of Houston rescinds their BWN. The City took the test samples yesterday as a part of the process in rescinding their BWN. The Authority will take samples and test our system this afternoon in accordance with TCEQ protocols. Once the Authority’s system test results are cleared, the Authority will rescind its BWN.

The Authority’s operator (Inframark) continues to coordinate with the operators of the districts that receive water from the Authority to provide surface water services. Updates to the Authority customers will be posted on Authority’s website and via email blast as conditions change and more information becomes available.

https://www.nhcrwa.com/nhcrwa-water-system-situational-update-2-21-21/

NORTH HARRIS COUNTY REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY (THE “AUTHORITY”) WATER SYSTEM SITUATIONAL UPDATE Sunday, February 21, 2021, 1:30pm The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) — is still unable to provide the full contracted amo...

The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) — is still un...
02/19/2021
NHCRWA WATER SYSTEM SITUATIONAL UPDATE

The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) — is still unable to provide more than a fractional amount of surface water to the Authority. At this time, the Authority is receiving approximately 5.8 million gallons per day (“MGD”) from the City, only 18% of our contracted amount. The Authority will continue to provide as much water as possible to our wholesale customers during this time, while maintaining adequate pressures within our system.

READ MORE - https://www.nhcrwa.com/update-2-19-21/

NORTH HARRIS COUNTY REGIONAL WATER AUTHORITY (THE “AUTHORITY”) WATER SYSTEM SITUATIONAL UPDATE Friday, February 19, 2021, 11:30am The Authority’s primary source of water – the City of Houston’s Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) -- is still unable to provide more than a fractional ...

Due to reduced distribution system pressure resulting from the inability of the City of Houston to supply water to the N...
02/17/2021
Boil Water Notice for Community Public Water Systems

Due to reduced distribution system pressure resulting from the inability of the City of Houston to supply water to the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”), TX1013298, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the wholesale customers of the Authority to notify all customers to boil their water prior to consumption (e.g., washing hands/face, brushing teeth, drinking, etc). Children, seniors, and persons with weakened immune systems are particularly vulnerable to harmful bacteria, and all customers should follow these directions).

To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and ice making should be boiled and cooled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes. The water should be brought to a vigorous rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes.

https://www.nhcrwa.com/boil-water-notice-for-community-public-water-systems/

Boil Water Notice for Community Public Water Systems February 17, 2021 Due to reduced distribution system pressure resulting from the inability of the City of Houston to supply water to the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”), TX1013298, the Texas Commission on Environ...

During prolonged cold snaps, with more than 36 hours of temperatures below 32 degrees, water pipes that pass through out...
02/10/2021
Ready for a colder winter?

During prolonged cold snaps, with more than 36 hours of temperatures below 32 degrees, water pipes that pass through outside walls without adequate insulation may begin to freeze. This causes one of the nastiest of household calamities.

Click the link below for some common sense things you can do to minimize the risk of pipe damage.

https://www.nhcrwa.com/ready-for-a-cold-winter/

Ready for a colder winter? This may be Houston, but we’re long overdue for a chilly winter season. Since this doesn’t happen every year, it is easy to forget that more than our plants and pets need some special care when the thermometer dips into the freezing zone. During prolonged cold snaps, w...

New billing inserts are available for districts in the North Harris County Regional Water Authority - Order them online ...
02/08/2021

New billing inserts are available for districts in the North Harris County Regional Water Authority - Order them online at https://nhcrwa.info/inserts

#water #mud #pud #wcid #txlege #texaswater #txwater #nhcrwa

New billing inserts are available for districts in the North Harris County Regional Water Authority - Order them online at https://nhcrwa.info/inserts

#water #mud #pud #wcid #txlege #texaswater #txwater #nhcrwa

The Winter 2021 Edition of WATERLINES is now available.https://www.nhcrwa.com/newsletter/#nhcrwa #houstonwater #HarrisCo...
01/05/2021
Newsletter

The Winter 2021 Edition of WATERLINES is now available.
https://www.nhcrwa.com/newsletter/

#nhcrwa #houstonwater #HarrisCounty #waterlines

Previous Issues January 2021 January 2020 Winter 2018-19 Fall 2017 Winter 2016 Spring 2015

02/28/2020

**PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT**

The surface water supply of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”) was not affected by City of Houston’s major water line break on Thursday, February 27, 2020. There will not be a boil water notice issued by the Authority to its customers at this time. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the “TCEQ”) requires that a boil water notice be issued if the water pressure in a public water system falls below the minimum requirement. The surface water the Authority receives from the City of Houston is conveyed from a different water treatment plant via a separate transmission line which never lost its pressure from the major line break. In addition, the Authority monitors and tests the quality of the water frequently after it reaches the Authority’s facilities to ensure the integrity of the water we provide to our customers.

TWDB Workshop and documents for reviewTexas Water Development Board (TWDB) has posted documents for public review and co...
08/01/2019

TWDB Workshop and documents for review

Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) has posted documents for public review and comment on implementing the recent flood planning and financing legislation. You can review the documents by visiting http://www.texasfloodassessment.com/

Implementation of Flood Legislation from the 86th Texas Legislative Session spells out issues for stakeholder consideration and feedback.

The TWDB will be discussing these issues and other related topics at its 13 flood outreach workshops around the state during the first two weeks of August.

Flood Issues Document: http://bit.ly/318lbDV

The workshops are free and open to the public. No RSVP is required.

Friday, August 9
Beckendorf Conference Center at LoneStar College Tomball
30555 Tomball Pkwy.
Tomball, TX 77375
9:30-11:30 a.m.

For a complete list of workshops visit http://bit.ly/twdb8-2019

06/27/2019

Due to repairs at the front entrance of the Authority’s building, 3648 Cypress Creek Parkway (FM 1960), Building Management and the Authority are requesting, for safety reasons, that everyone planning to attend the July 1, 2019 Authority Board Meeting please use the rear parking lot and the rear entrance of the building.

Thank you and should you have any questions, please call (281) 440-3924.

Need help finding your water provider in North Harris County? Use the "Find My Provider" App!  Click here to get started...
04/22/2019

Need help finding your water provider in North Harris County? Use the "Find My Provider" App! Click here to get started http://bit.ly/2UtrQFa

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07/02/2018
Is it worth the water?

Over the years groundwater has been the source for our community's drinking water. Over-pumping this finite resource has caused our critical aquifers to decline. We are currently complying with a mandated conversion to surface water to allow our aquifters to recharge. We can all help by using water more efficiently. Before you turn on the faucet or sprinkler system, ask yourself, "Is it worth the water?" Remember, the water we conserve today can serve us tomorrow!

#water #irrigation #sprinkler #houstontx #houston #harriscounty #nhcrwa #swtc #surfacewater #groundwater #aquifer #faucet

FREE EVENT 🚨 -  On April 21, 2018 Join HCMUD 24 and NHCRWA at the inaugural Texas Heritage Earth Day Celebration at the ...
04/03/2018
Texas Heritage Earth Day Celebration 4-21-2018

FREE EVENT 🚨 - On April 21, 2018 Join HCMUD 24 and NHCRWA at the inaugural Texas Heritage Earth Day Celebration at the Cypress Creek EMS Education Center 7111 Five Forks Drive 10 am to 2 pm.

Free Food, Games, Door Prizes, Crafts, Root Beer Saloon, Photo Ops, and so much more.

Meet Texas Legends and Heroes from today. CCEMS Education Ambulance, Harris County SWAT Vehicle, Harris County Constable K-9 Unit, Klein VFD Fire Equipment will be on hand unless they receive an emergency call.

Visit http://savewatertexas.org/mud24/ for more information.

Spring ISD - Klein ISD - Harris County Sheriff's Office - Klein Volunteer Fire Department - Klein Fire Department - Mark Herman, Harris County Constable Precinct 4 - Save Water Texas - 1960area - 1960 Parade - Spring Happenings - Community Impact Spring / Klein

FREE Texas Heritage Earth Day Saturday, April 21, 2018 – 10 am to 2 pm at the Cypress Creek EMS Education Center located at 7111 Five Forks drive.

ICYMI: WATERLINES, the NHCRWA Newsletter is available online.  Packed with the latest water information and articles tha...
11/15/2017
Newsletter – North Harris County Regional Water Authority

ICYMI: WATERLINES, the NHCRWA Newsletter is available online. Packed with the latest water information and articles that impact your community, this newsletter is a must read.

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Groundbreaking of the Northeast Water Treatment Plant Expansion.
09/16/2017

Groundbreaking of the Northeast Water Treatment Plant Expansion.

Sylvester Turner, Mayor of Houston

Photo credit: Stefanie Leija - Houston Public Works

Join us at this FREE COMMUNITY EVENT - May 6, 2017 at 4107 Evening Trail Dr in the Cypresswood Subdivision - Take a tour...
04/28/2017

Join us at this FREE COMMUNITY EVENT - May 6, 2017 at 4107 Evening Trail Dr in the Cypresswood Subdivision - Take a tour of the WCID 132 Water Conservation Garden - Enjoy fun activities for the whole Family! Kids Crafts, Exhibits & Displays, FREE Hot dogs 🌭, Great Door Prizes, and Much More! - See the flyer for details, or visit www.wcid132.com // 🌳🌿💧 // Spring Happenings - Ponderosa Fire Department - Patty Potty - Harris County Constable Precinct 4 - Cypresswood Subdivision - Sunflower Suzie -

04/20/2017
The Water Conservation Rap

Introducing The Water Conservation Rap - Performed by Klein ISD students from Kleb Intermediate Advanced Theatre, and 1 student from Mittelstadt Elementary School - Under the direction of Amy Duty & Jennifer Richardson

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