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Municipal District Services, LLC

Municipal District Services, LLC Municipal District Services is a locally owned utility district management firm focused on providing operational, regulatory, and customer service excellence.

MDS provides safe drinking water and compliant wastewater treatment to more than 100,

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12/23/2022
The National Weather Service has advised that subfreezing temperatures are likely beginning Thursday night and into Frid...
12/19/2022

The National Weather Service has advised that subfreezing temperatures are likely beginning Thursday night and into Friday morning following the passage of a strong cold front. Freeze Warnings and possible Hard Freeze Warnings can be expected. High temperatures could quite possibly remain below freezing throughout the day on Friday and not warm up above freezing until during the day on Saturday.

Follow the Houston/Galveston National Weather Service for information and forecast updates. www.weather.gov/hgx

11/30/2022
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November 29, 2022 at 6:42am--CITY OF HOUSTON LIFTS BOIL WATER NOTICE

TCEQ CONFIRMS TAP WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK

HOUSTON - The City of Houston has lifted the boil water notice that it issued Sunday, November 27th. Customers no longer need to boil water before drinking, cooking, and making ice. Water quality testing submitted to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has confirmed that tap water meets all regulatory standards and is safe to drink.

On Sunday, November 27 TCEQ required Houston Water to issue a boil water notice for the City of Houston’s Main Water System (TX1010013), following a drop in PSI during a power outage at the East Water Purification Plant. The notice was issued out of an abundance of caution and the City informed customers, individuals, and employees that the water from this public water system was required to be boiled prior to use for drinking water or human consumption purposes.

Houston Water has taken the necessary corrective actions to restore the quality of the water distributed by this public water system used for drinking water or human consumption purposes and has provided TCEQ with laboratory test results that indicate that the water no longer requires boiling prior to use as of Tuesday, November 29th.

Next Steps

Customers should flush their water system by running cold-water faucets for at least one minute, cleaning automatic ice makers by making and discarding several batches of ice, and running water softeners through a regeneration cycle.

Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses).
If customers have questions concerning this matter, they may contact 311 or 713.837.0311.

Background

A boil water notice was issued for the City of Houston’s Main Water System because the water pressure dropped below TCEQ’s required limit of 20 PSI during a power outage at the East Water Purification Plant on Sunday, November 27, at 10:30 am.

Water Quality Testing

Houston Water worked with TCEQ to establish corrective actions necessary to lift the boil water notice. The actions included analyzing 29 water samples from throughout the City of Houston. Test results, reviewed by TCEQ, indicated that water provided by Houston meets all regulatory standards and is safe for human consumption. On Tuesday, November 29th, the TCEQ gave the City of Houston approval to lift the boil water notice. Water quality reports are available online at: https://link.edgepilot.com/s/09f8fdf2/m6TcqqVrRk_ptoYIP9LgEA?u=http://bit.ly/houwaterquality

Resources
Customers can visit https://link.edgepilot.com/s/0875672d/1sCMhBn9oECpsvxzx0BNUw?u=https://houstonemergency.org/ for the latest information and frequently asked questions, including guidance for food service establishments.


LA CIUDAD DE HOUSTON LEVANTA EL AVISO DE HERVIR EL AGUA

TCEQ CONFIRMA QUE EL AGUA DEL GRIFO ES SEGURA PARA BEBER
HOUSTON, TX – La Ciudad de Houston ha levantado el aviso de hervir el agua que emitió el domingo 27 de Noviembre. Los consumidores ya no necesitan hervir el agua antes de beber, cocinar y hacer hielo. Las pruebas de calidad del agua enviadas a la Comisión de Calidad Ambiental de Texas (TCEQ) han confirmado que el agua del grifo cumple con todos los estándares reglamentarios y es segura para beber.
El domingo 27 de Noviembre, la TCEQ requirió que Houston Water emitiera un aviso de hervir el agua proveniente del Sistema de Agua Principal de la Ciudad de Houston (TX1010013), luego de una caída en el PSI durante un corte de energía en la Planta de Purificación de Agua del Este. El aviso se emitió por precaución y la Ciudad informó a los consumidores, individuos y empleados que el agua de este sistema público debía hervirse antes ser usada como agua potable o de consumo humano.
Houston Water ha tomado las medidas correctivas necesarias para restaurar la calidad del agua distribuida por este sistema público de agua que se usa para agua potable o para consumo humano, y ha proporcionado a la TCEQ los resultados de las pruebas de laboratorio que indican que el agua ya no requiere ser hervida antes de usarse a partir del día Martes, 29 de Noviembre.
PROXIMOS PASOS
Los clientes deben drenar y limpiar su sistema de agua, haciendo funcionar los grifos de agua fría durante al menos un minuto, limpiando las máquinas automáticas de hacer hielo, haciendo y desechando varios lotes de hielo para activar los suavizadores de tratamiento de agua a través de un ciclo de regeneración.
Comparta esta información con todas las demás personas que beban esta agua, especialmente aquellas que no hayan recibido este aviso directamente (por ejemplo, personas en apartamentos, hogares de ancianos, escuelas y negocios).
Si los clientes tienen preguntas sobre este asunto, pueden comunicarse al 311 o al 713.837.0311.
ANTECEDENTES
Se emitió un aviso de hervir el agua proveniente del Sistema de Agua Principal de la Ciudad de Houston, en vista de que la presión del agua cayó por debajo del límite requerido por la TCEQ de 20 PSI durante un corte de energía en la Planta de Purificación de Agua del Este, el domingo 27 de noviembre a las 10:30 am.
PRUEBAS DE CALIDAD DEL AGUA
Houston Water trabajó con la TCEQ para establecer las acciones correctivas necesarias para levantar el aviso de hervir el agua. Las acciones incluyeron el análisis de 29 muestras de agua de toda la ciudad de Houston. Los resultados de las pruebas, revisados por el TCEQ, indicaron que el agua provista por Houston cumple con todos los estándares regulatorios y es segura para el consumo humano. El martes 29 de Noviembre, la TCEQ le dio la aprobación a la Ciudad de Houston para levantar el aviso de hervir el agua. Los informes de calidad del agua están disponibles en línea en: https://link.edgepilot.com/s/09f8fdf2/m6TcqqVrRk_ptoYIP9LgEA?u=http://bit.ly/houwaterquality
RECURSOS
Los consumidores pueden visitar https://link.edgepilot.com/s/0875672d/1sCMhBn9oECpsvxzx0BNUw?u=https://houstonemergency.org/ para obtener la información más reciente y las preguntas frecuentes, incluida la orientación para los establecimientos de servicio de alimentos.

ABOUT HOUSTON PUBLIC WORKS
Houston Public Works (https://link.edgepilot.com/s/b5592d7d/yQCDXPqDuES0-3ZJz4GYxw?u=http://www.houstonpublicworks.org/) is the largest and most diverse public works organization in the country, responsible for creating a strong foundation for Houston to thrive. Houston Public Works is responsible for streets and drainage, production and distribution of water, collection, and treatment of wastewater, and permitting and regulation of public and private construction covering a 671-square mile service area. Houston Public Works is accredited by the American Public Works Association.
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The following water systems receive water from the City of Houston and are under a Boil Water Notice Advisory. Please se...
11/28/2022
Houston Public Works Issues Boil Water Notice

The following water systems receive water from the City of Houston and are under a Boil Water Notice Advisory. Please see the city’s press release [https://mailchi.mp/houstontx/boilwaternoticenovember2022 (https://mailchi.mp/houstontx/boilwaternoticenovember2022)] for details on precautions to take.

Greenwood UD
Harris County MUD 285
Harris County WCID 84
Kirkmont MUD
Sage Meadow UD

If you do not live in one of the districts listed above, or are NOT served directly by the City of Houston, your water is safe to drink.

During this Thanksgiving, do the right thing and pour your grease in a jar instead of the drain! Did you know fats, oils...
11/23/2022

During this Thanksgiving, do the right thing and pour your grease in a jar instead of the drain! Did you know fats, oils, and grease solidify in pipes when poured down the drain? They become sticky traps that catch other objects that flow by, which causes a blockage in pipes. That’s a mess you don’t want to clean up. Next time, pour or scrape the grease into a disposable container, and toss it into your trash can. Learn more at https://www.weat.org/unflushables
Gobble gobble, Texans!

Going to Summer AWBD in Fort Worth this year? Be sure to catch Austin Muse covering Backflow Prevention Programs for wat...
05/25/2022

Going to Summer AWBD in Fort Worth this year? Be sure to catch Austin Muse covering Backflow Prevention Programs for water districts!

Repairing leaks at home can save over 10,000 gallons of water per year—enough to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool. Le...
03/08/2022
Fix-a-Leak Week Workshop One - Indoor Leaks

Repairing leaks at home can save over 10,000 gallons of water per year—enough to fill an Olympic sized swimming pool. Learn from the experts how to find & fix common household leaks in a FREE two-part webinar series on March 15 and 17 hosted by the Texas section of the AWWA.

Learn how to identify and repair minor indoor plumbing leaks at a Fix-a-Leak Week virtual workshop.

Reminder: Freezing temperatures expected beginning Thursday afternoon or evening depending where in the Houston region y...
02/02/2022
Arctic front on track for Houston tonight, will bring cold air and a chance of freezing rain

Reminder: Freezing temperatures expected beginning Thursday afternoon or evening depending where in the Houston region you live. Consider insulating exposed pipes and draining Backflow Protection Devices on your irrigation system. More details in the link below.

Good afternoon. As we get closer to the arrival of a robust cold front tonight, we’re getting better data about its impacts. It now seems possible that light precipitation on Thursday or Thur…

Freezing temperatures expected Thursday, Friday, and possibly Saturday night, be prepared! Consider insulating exposed p...
01/31/2022

Freezing temperatures expected Thursday, Friday, and possibly Saturday night, be prepared! Consider insulating exposed pipes and draining Backflow Protection Devices on your irrigation system.

12/17/2021

MDS phone lines are temporarily down due to nationwide technical issues with the service provider. They are working diligently to get them back up and running. Please submit inquiries through our web site or via email to [email protected].

09/20/2021

📱☎️Trying to reach us? We are experiencing phone network issues with our carrier and customers are not able to call us. We are here and want to assist you! Please contact us at [email protected]

📱☎️ ¿Tratando de comunicarse con nosotros? Estamos experimentando problemas con la red telefónica con nuestro operador y los clientes no pueden llamarnos. ¡Estamos aquí y queremos ayudarte! Por favor contáctenos en [email protected]

09/13/2021

September 13, 2021 10:45a.m.
TROPICAL STORM & FLOOD Alert: Please secure trash cans & loose items. Avoid parking in street. Call 281-290-6503 to report storm inlet obstructions. Visit www.mdswater.com

Thinking back on last month's AWBD summer conference in San Antonio, it was an exciting weekend for the MDS team! Rebecc...
07/07/2021

Thinking back on last month's AWBD summer conference in San Antonio, it was an exciting weekend for the MDS team! Rebecca Marcucci was presented the 2021 Vision Award, Austin Muse graduated from the inaugural Emerging Leaders Program, and we had three excellent presentations from Calvin Browne, Charlie Chapline, and Rebecca. If you missed any of them, be sure to check out the recorded sessions on the AWBD Conference app! https://awbd-2021.pathable.co/

We are very excited to announce our Executive Vice President, Rebecca Marcucci, was awarded the 2021 Vision Award at thi...
06/24/2021

We are very excited to announce our Executive Vice President, Rebecca Marcucci, was awarded the 2021 Vision Award at this past weekend's AWBD Summer Conference. This award is AWBD's highest honor and is given to those whose efforts have led to improvements in the water/wastewater industry. Join us in wishing her a big congratulations, this award is well deserved!

Hurricane season is almost upon us once again. During Hurricane Preparedness Week, be sure to check out our list of reso...
05/12/2021
Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane season is almost upon us once again. During Hurricane Preparedness Week, be sure to check out our list of resources, including links to all the regional Offices of Emergency Management to ensure you're ready for anything Mother Nature has to offer. https://www.mdswater.com/hurricane-preparedness/

Even with Harvey fresh on the mind for many of us along the Gulf Coast, Hurricane Season is upon us once again. At Municipal District Services, our number one priority through any weather event is to ensure you stay supplied with clean, fresh drinking water. Please be sure to bookmark our homepage a...

05/12/2021

Hurricane Preparedness Week| Put all important documents, such as birth certificates, insurances and copies of medical records, in a waterproof container with your Go Kit. Don’t forget to take it with you if you leave.

Text GULF2021 to 888777 for updates!
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Semana de preparación para huracanes|¡Guarde todos los documentos importantes, como certificados de nacimiento, seguros y copias de registros médicos en un recipiente a prueba de agua con su “Go Kit”. No se olvide de llevarlo consigo si se va.
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飓风准备周| 将所有重要文件(例如出生证,保险和病历副本)放在Go Kit的防水容器中。 如果您离开,别忘了随身携带。
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Tuần lễ chuẩn bị cho bão | Đặt tất cả các tài liệu quan trọng, chẳng hạn như giấy khai sinh, bảo hiểm và bản sao hồ sơ y tế, vào hộp đựng không thấm nước cùng với Go Kit của bạn. Đừng quên mang theo nó nếu bạn rời đi.
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أسبوع التأهب للأعاصير | ضع جميع المستندات المهمة ، مثل شهادات الميلاد والتأمينات ونسخ السجلات الطبية ، في حاوية مقاومة للماء مع Go Kit. لا تنس أن تأخذها معك إذا غادرت.

Do you know where your drinking water comes from? The majority of MUD residents in the Houston area receive groundwater,...
05/07/2021

Do you know where your drinking water comes from? The majority of MUD residents in the Houston area receive groundwater, from underground aquifers, while a growing number receive surface water from lakes and rivers. To learn more about your drinking water, check out this handy guide from Texas Living Waters.
http://texaslivingwaters.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/FATW_Final__English_May-2016_web-optimized.pdf

Celebrate Drinking Water Week 2021 with us!
05/05/2021

Celebrate Drinking Water Week 2021 with us!

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Chambers County Im...
02/23/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Chambers County Improvement District 2
Chambers County Improvement District 3
Horsepen Bayou MUD
Fort Bend County MUD 58 - Cardiff Ranch Subdivision

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Chambers County ID...
02/22/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Chambers County ID 1

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.GreenwoodMUDVisit ...
02/22/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notice for the following district has been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

GreenwoodMUD

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Kirkmont MUDSag...
02/21/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Kirkmont MUD
Sage Meadow MUD

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Harris County M...
02/21/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Harris County MUD 102

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**Update**Correction to previous post.Fort Bend County MUD 58 Boil Water Notice is rescinded, *with the exception of CAR...
02/21/2021

**Update**
Correction to previous post.

Fort Bend County MUD 58 Boil Water Notice is rescinded, *with the exception of CARDIFF RANCH*.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Fort Bend Count...
02/21/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Fort Bend County MUD 2
Fort Bend County MUD 50
Fort Bend County MUD 58 (with the exception of CARDIFF RANCH)
Fort Bend County MUD 133
Galveston County WCID 12

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Harris County W...
02/20/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Harris County WCID 084

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Fort Bend Count...
02/20/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Fort Bend County MUD 165
Grand Mission MUD 1
Grand Mission MUD 2
Harris Fort Bend County MUD 5

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Grand Lakes MUD...
02/20/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Grand Lakes MUD 1*
Grand Lakes MUD 2*
Grand Lakes MUD 4*
Harris County MUD 81

Visit https://www.mdswater.com/after-boil-water/ for info about what to do after a Boil Water Notice is rescinded.

*Grand Lakes residents are urged to minimize flushing while water plants are still operating at limited capacity.

**UPDATE**Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.Intercontinenta...
02/20/2021

**UPDATE**
Boil Water Notices for the following districts have been rescinded. Water is now safe to drink.

Intercontinental Crossing MUD
Northwood MUD 1

A current list of our Utility Districts for which Boil Water Notices (BWN) are still in effect and an expected rescissio...
02/19/2021

A current list of our Utility Districts for which Boil Water Notices (BWN) are still in effect and an expected rescission date is below. Rescissions adhere to strict rules and regulations of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) which can take at least 24 hours from sample date. If the sample fails, we will take additional samples and will be able to rescind the BWN once all test results comply and the water is safe to drink. We are working around the clock to deliver water and sewer services to our District residents and customers. We hope you and your families are safe and sound.

A revision to our previous post: Boil Water Notices are in effect for the following districts *that MDS operates*. For a...
02/19/2021
LIST: Boil water notices in effect in the Houston area

A revision to our previous post: Boil Water Notices are in effect for the following districts *that MDS operates*. For additional information on who is under boil water notice, we recommend visiting the Fox 26 Houston web site. https://www.fox26houston.com/news/list-boil-water-notices-in-effect-in-the-houston-area

We will post updates here, and our website, as boil water notices are rescinded.

Boil water notices are being issued throughout the greater Houston area.

Boil Water Notices are in effect for the following districts.Visit www.mdswater.com for more info. Report problems to ww...
02/17/2021
Report a Problem

Boil Water Notices are in effect for the following districts.
Visit www.mdswater.com for more info. Report problems to www.mdswater.com/report-a-problem.

Galveston County WCID 12
Grand Mission MUD 1
Grand Mission MUD 2
Fort Bend County MUD 165
Chambers County Improvement District 1
Chambers County Improvement District 2
Chambers County Improvement District 3
Harris County MUD 102
Horsepen Bayou MUD
Fort Bend County MUD 133
Fort Bend County MUD 50
Harris-Fort Bend Counties MUD 5
Harris County MUD 81
Fort Bend County MUD 2
Sagemeadow Utility District
Kirkmont MUD
Harris County WCID 84
Greenwood Utility District
Northwood Municipal Utility District 1
Intercontinental Crossing MUD
Fort Bend County MUD No. 58

Water Leak? Sewer backup? No water coming from the faucet? Other URGENT issues?For problems that require immediate response, please call us 24/7 at (281) 290-6503 or toll free at (855) 290-MDS1.If you have a problem with your bill, such as the amount of water used or a question about payment options...

WEATHER WARNING!!A winter storm is expected this weekend and early next week.Forecast indicates record low temperatures....
02/12/2021
How to winterize your irrigation system in Houston, Texas

WEATHER WARNING!!
A winter storm is expected this weekend and early next week.
Forecast indicates record low temperatures.
Protect Pipes (including sprinkler systems), People, Pets and Plants.

https://youtu.be/qtIrdiVrooU

You should Winterize your sprinkler system in Southern Texas if the temperatures are expected to drop below 32 degrees. We do not typically have to worry ab...

08/25/2020
National Hurricane Center

The National Weather Service is projecting a category 3 hurricane, Laura, to make landfall sometime late Wednesday or early Thursday along the Texas coast between Freeport and the Texas-Louisiana border.

Based on these projections, we urge all residents to secure any loose items; bring garbage cans in off the street; clear any drains on or near your property of trash can lids, floating bags, grass clippings, limbs, and leaves; and move cars to higher ground in order to try and prevent storm drains from getting clogged and vehicles/property from being damaged.

For additional information and future updates, please visit the National Hurricane Center (www.nhc.noaa.gov).

For Hurricane Preparedness resources, please visit www.mdswater.com/hurricane-preparedness.

To sign up for text message priority alerts, please visit www.mdswater.com/priority-alerts.

US Dept of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Hurricane Center 11691 SW 17th Street Miami, FL, 33165 [email protected]

When it comes to a home's irrigation system, a little maintenance goes a long way!
05/26/2020
Sprinkler Spruce-Up | US EPA

When it comes to a home's irrigation system, a little maintenance goes a long way!

Before you ramp up your watering this spring, spruce up your irrigation system by remembering four simple steps: inspect, connect, direct, and select.

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We captured some amazing photos from our Gift Card donation to our HomeAid Cares Projects! Thanks to the Greater Houston Builders Association (GHBA) Members, Frank Aranza Adopt A Family Program, and the Municipal District Services, LLC, we were able to donate over $3,650 Gift Cards for their children’s program and to purchase 2 Tele-Doc Monitors for the Veterans!

SJRA and Patty Potty gave the presentation at the Association of Water Board Directors-Texas Annual Conference last weekend in Corpus Christi, Texas. A special thank you to Rebecca Marcucci, with Municipal District Services, LLC, for filling in for a sick presenter.
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