Harris County WCID #110 Water & Sewer

Harris County WCID #110 Water & Sewer Harris County Water Control & Improvement District 110

Operating as usual

Merry Christmas 110
12/25/2020

Merry Christmas 110

Harris County WCID #110 Water & Sewer
12/21/2020

Harris County WCID #110 Water & Sewer

We had a water main break on Emory Trail. EDP is working on repairing, but water will be out for 2-3 hours.

We had a water main break on Emory Trail.  EDP is working on repairing, but water will be out for 2-3 hours.
12/21/2020

We had a water main break on Emory Trail. EDP is working on repairing, but water will be out for 2-3 hours.

**UPDATE** Water has been restored as of 2pm.A main water line has broken on Dianeshire Dr.  Water will be shut off with...
12/18/2020

**UPDATE** Water has been restored as of 2pm.

A main water line has broken on Dianeshire Dr. Water will be shut off within an hour and will remain off for the next 3 to 4 hours while EDP makes repairs to the line.

12/07/2020
Progress on the T.C. Jester Stormwater Detention Basin
11/18/2020
Progress on the T.C. Jester Stormwater Detention Basin

Progress on the T.C. Jester Stormwater Detention Basin

Progress on the T.C. Jester Stormwater Detention Basin Construction Zone to be Closed to the Public Until Further Notice Harris County Flood Control District 9900 Northwest Freeway, Houston, Texas 77092hcfcd.org As part of the Harris County Flood Control District’s focus on reducing flood risks in...

There has been a main water line break at Magic Oaks and Enchanted River.  Low water pressure/no water has been reported...
10/21/2020

There has been a main water line break at Magic Oaks and Enchanted River. Low water pressure/no water has been reported. EDP is currently working on repairing the break.
**Estimated repair time is 4-6 hours.**

Starts this weekend
09/28/2020

Starts this weekend

FYI - We move to Fall Office Hours the 1st of October. Just a little later this year while we try and keep the pool open for weekends through September.

09/11/2020
FYI - We move to Fall Office Hours the 1st of October. Just a little later this year while we try and keep the pool open...
09/08/2020

FYI - We move to Fall Office Hours the 1st of October. Just a little later this year while we try and keep the pool open for weekends through September.

09/05/2020

Still, hearing GUNSHOTS on the Southside of Cypress Creek?

Pretty sure it is coming from the Lent's Park & Cypress Station Area directly across from us.

Please KEEP calling Constables immediately when heard:

281-376-3472

08/26/2020
Fox News

Fox News

An intensifying Hurricane Laura grew stronger by the hour Wednesday over the Gulf of Mexico as forecasters said the system strengthened into an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, spawning a storm surge that's already swamped parts of the Gulf Coast. https://fxn.ws/2CZ59pw

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center
08/26/2020

NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

...LAURA MOVING WEST-NORTHWESTWARD ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO...
...EXPECTED TO STRENGTHEN INTO A MAJOR HURRICANE BY WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

*** A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for...
* San Luis Pass Texas to the Mouth of the Mississippi River
*** A Hurricane Warning is in effect for...
* San Luis Pass Texas to Intracoastal City Louisiana
*** A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for...
* Sargent Texas to San Luis Pass
* East of Intracoastal City Louisana.to the Mouth of the Mississippi River
*** A Storm Surge Watch is in effect for...
* Freeport Texas to San Luis Pass
* Mouth of the Mississippi River to Ocean Springs Mississippi
* Lake Pontchartrain, Lake Maurepas, and Lake Borgne
*** A Hurricane Watch is in effect for...
* East of Intracoastal City to west of Morgan City Louisiana

Hurricane conditions are expected in the hurricane warning area Wednesday night and Thursday. Tropical Storm conditions are expected to reach the coast in the hurricane warning area late Wednesday or Wednesday night, and are expected in the tropical storm warning area Wednesday night and Thursday.

At 2 p.m. CDT, the center of Hurricane Laura was located about 525 miles (845 km) southeast of Lake Charles, La. It's moving toward the west-northwest near 16 mph (26 km/h). On the forecast track, the center of Laura will move across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico today, move over the central and northwestern Gulf of Mexico tonight & Wednesday, approach the Upper Texas and Southwest Louisiana coasts on Wednesday night, and move inland near those area on Thursday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 75 mph (120 km/h) with higher gusts. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 45 miles (75 km) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 175 miles (280 km). Significant strengthening is forecast during the next 36 hours, and Laura is expected to be a major hurricane at landfall.

The combination of a dangerous storm surge and the tide will cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by rising waters moving inland from the shoreline. The water could reach the following heights above ground somewhere in the indicated areas if the peak surge occurs at the time of high tide...
- Sea Rim State Park TX to Intracoastal City LA including Sabine Lake and Calcasieu Lake...9-13 ft
- Intracoastal City to Morgan City including Vermilion Bay...7-11 ft
- Port Bolivar TX to Sea Rim State Park...6-9 ft
- Morgan City LA to Mouth of the Mississippi River...4-6 ft
- San Luis Pass TX to Port Bolivar...3-5 ft
- Galveston Bay...3-5 ft
- Freeport TX to San Luis Pass...2-4 ft
- Mouth of the Mississippi River to Ocean Springs MS incl. Lake Borgne...3-5 ft
- Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas...2-4 ft

From Wednesday night into Saturday, Laura is expected to produce rainfall of 4 to 8 inches, with isolated maximum amounts of 12 inches across portions of the west-central U.S. Gulf Coast from western Louisiana into east Texas, and northward into portions of the lower to middle Mississippi Valley, lower Ohio Valley, and Tennessee Valley. This rainfall will cause widespread flash and urban flooding, small streams to overflow their banks, and minor to isolated moderate river flooding.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 4 p.m. CDT - www.hurricanes.gov

KPRC2 Eric Braate
08/24/2020

KPRC2 Eric Braate

HOLDING OUR BREATH! 5pm 8/24 update: Model overlay -- RPM (proprietary in-house model) has shifted landfall west, straight over Galveston and Houston as a major storm. U.S., Euro and NHC forecast all remain slightly east of Houston. Still too close to call, so be prepared! https://bit.ly/2FUR51B

ABC13-Kevin Roth
08/21/2020

ABC13-Kevin Roth

It's looking increasingly likely we could see two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time, Depression Fourteen (soon to be Marco), and Laura. More details on https://abc13.com/tropicalupdate/

NOTICE:The 2020 WCID110 National Night Out has been POSTPONED!Due to the planning and expense of this event along with t...
08/20/2020

NOTICE:

The 2020 WCID110 National Night Out has been POSTPONED!

Due to the planning and expense of this event along with the state COVID guidelines, we just did not think that it would be possible to safely conduct this event. Especially when out attendance numbers average 800-1200 people in attendance every year.

We are now going to try and plan a replacement event in the upcoming Spring provided that we can safely do so.

Just a heads up for Forest Oaks Park patrons:Due to the gunshots being heard on Cypress Creek and Bonds Gully, we have a...
08/13/2020

Just a heads up for Forest Oaks Park patrons:

Due to the gunshots being heard on Cypress Creek and Bonds Gully, we have also given Park access to the Game Warden.

The Game Warden will also keep an eye on our deer feeders and deer plot area in back of the park and has been given a copy of the parks fishing policy and may from time to time ensure park fishing policy is being observed along with checking anyone fishing on Cypress Creek for fishing licences.

Normally they are in a marked vehicle, but also like to come in blacked out and unseen to catch people breaking the law. Their main concern is the gunshots on the creek and gully, but by law have to address other concerns when they catch them.

08/13/2020

HEARING GUNSHOTS ON CYPRESS CREEK OR BONDS GULLY??
CALL CONSTABLES IMMEDIATELY:
281-376-3472

There have been several reports of gunshots along Cypress Creek and Bonds Gully over the last month or so. WCID110 Parks Staff called Constables a couple weeks ago on 6 people across the creek from the park shooting. P4 Deputies and the Game Warden were able to catch and cite them and the Game Warden confiscated the handguns.

Since then, there have been additional reports and calls to the WCID110 office about shots being fired. PLEASE, PLEASE call the Constables office FIRST! If the shots are in or around the park, then please follow-up with a call to the WCID110 office.

In addition to our contract deputies and our extra-duty park deputies, Precinct 4 has also assigned ATV deputies in WCID110 to randomly patrol the creek and gully from I-45 to Mirror Lake and at random times and areas. You will be seeing them in the park and along Enchanted Stream and over past Devonshire for the foreseeable future.

Hearing GUNSHOTS on Cypress Creek or Bonds Gully?Call Constables immediately: 281-376-3472
08/13/2020

Hearing GUNSHOTS on Cypress Creek or Bonds Gully?

Call Constables immediately:

281-376-3472

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08/12/2020

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07/13/2020
06/24/2020
VIRUS UPDATE:We are going to update some limits and restrictions for the facility:1. Limit the pool to 100 down from 200...
06/24/2020
Gov. Greg Abbott recommends Texans stay home as coronavirus cases surge

VIRUS UPDATE:
We are going to update some limits and restrictions for the facility:
1. Limit the pool to 100 down from 200.

2. Limit pool rentals to 1 per day & 25 MAX (swimmers & Non-Swimmers)

3. Limit tennis courts to 100 or less total spread throughout all 8 courts.

4. Limit numbers in the gym back to 12 total & 1 hour time limits.

5. Limit Clubhouse rentals back to HOA's (25 or less people) and Water Board Meetings. (no individual rentals for parties, etc.).

6. Park remains open with no restrictions except for no LARGE group (over 25) rentals.

7. Guests will stay restricted to ONE (1) guest per club member.

8. Office visitors will be restricted to a MAX of 4 people at a time (Please no small children in the main office). Please call or email the office for anything other than ID cards or park and pool rentals and new memberships.

9. Rentals and new memberships will stay restricted to ONLY WCID110 in-district residents.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/texas/2020/06/24/gov-greg-abbott-recommends-texans-stay-home-as-coronavirus-cases-surge/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=snd&utm_content=kprc2&fbclid=IwAR14BU215GeY4s4BMjQRALbtR9HNBqln5GOMrpojczzdlUoF5ZjOOy8f9BA

With coronavirus surging to record levels in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday recommended Texans stay home as much as possible and for the first time moved to allow the tightening of two kinds of restrictions that had been eased under his reopening plan

Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
06/03/2020

Montgomery County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

06/01/2020

SECTION 1.05 PHASE THREE PANDEMIC RECOVERY (JUNE 1st, 2020 & APPROX 2 WEEKS).

1. FACILITY:
a. Facility will open for MEMBERS and one (1) guest per member only.

b. New out of district memberships are still suspended until facility is allowed to fully open.

c. Main Pavilion, park, classroom, clubhouse and pool rentals will resume with restrictions on number per group rental ONLY for club members and in-district residents. Out-of-district rentals are still suspended until facility is fully open.

d. Main pavilion rentals are limited to twenty-five (25) people per rental.

e. Park rentals are limited to twenty-five (25) people per rental, per location.

f. Classroom rentals are limited to twenty (20) people per rental.

g. Clubhouse rentals are limited to twenty-five (25) per rental.

h. Pool party rentals are limited to twenty-five (25) per rental (includes swimmers & non-swimmers). Organizational (large group) pool rentals may not resume until the facility is fully back open.

i. Members are encouraged to maintain the six (6) foot distancing whenever possible inside the facilities.

j. Continue tennis/pool restrooms cleaning and sanitizing three (3) times per day.

k. Office visitors are limited to four (4) people in the main office and six (6) in the club foyer. Parents shall CLOSELY supervise children to prohibit their children from running unsupervised inside the Main Office or around the Facilities.

l. Office visits will only be open for normal items (replacing ID cards, new “in-district memberships). The office will be taking rental applications only for current club members and in-district residents at this time.

m. Members & residents are still encouraged to continue using phone and email for items requiring office needs.

n. Face masks/face covering is not mandatory, but is highly recommended at all times.

05/27/2020

Garbage and Trash collection rules:

GARBAGE COLLECTION INFORMATION

YOUR TRASH SERVICE DAYS ARE WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.

Please have trash out at the curb by 7:00 a.m. each collection day.

On each regularly scheduled collection day, Best Trash will collect residential refuse located at the curbside. Refuse must be in containers, no more than ten total (30-40 gallons) or bags (not exceeding 40 gallons or weighing over 40 pounds).

Trees, shrubs, brush trimmings and fencing must be bundled in lengths no greater than 4 feet with no branch diameter exceeding 3 inches. The bundling is required to allow quick pickup and size limitations are required to avoid damaging the equipment in the crushing process. All residential waste materials except tree and yard waste must be either in containers, bags or bundles not exceeding 40 pounds.

Items such as appliances, furniture, carpet (up to 1 room, rolled up four feet wide and less than fifty pounds), cardboard boxes (flattened), will be picked up either day. By Federal Law, refrigerators and freezers or any other items containing Freon must be drained of Freon and have an accompanying bill to validate such service was performed.

Items excluded from normal collection are dirt, rocks, bricks, concrete, tires, batteries, motor oil, cooking oil, waste generated by a private contractor or any materials or items deemed hazardous materials. Best Trash will leave a tag explaining the reason for non-collected item(s).

An enhanced feature of the new provider will allow for items excluded by the contract if notified in advance, Best Trash will meet with a resident prior to collection day to determine a price to haul the non-contract items. If a resident does not notify Best Trash of such a special pick-up before its scheduled day, then Best Trash will leave a notice for the resident to contact Contractor during normal office hours before the next scheduled pick up day.

Please do not dispose of gasoline, motor oil, paints, cooking oil, or any other liquid items in a container that is not visible to Contractor personnel. If it results in spillage, that causes a stain, Best Trash is not responsible for the cleanup.

Holidays:
When regular pick-up falls on a holiday, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th – Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day, the pick-up will be made on the next regularly scheduled collection day.

Coming MONDAY!
05/26/2020

Coming MONDAY!

05/22/2020
Deputies Searching For Suspects After 18-Year-Old Was Shot In The Face While Driving Down The Road - Spring Happenings
05/07/2020
Deputies Searching For Suspects After 18-Year-Old Was Shot In The Face While Driving Down The Road - Spring Happenings

Deputies Searching For Suspects After 18-Year-Old Was Shot In The Face While Driving Down The Road - Spring Happenings

Spring, Texas – Deputies with the Precinct 4 Constable’s Office are currently searching for suspects after an 18-year-old was shot in the face while driving down the road. The possible suspects are described as a black male in his late twenties wearing white and black clothing, dreads and a band...

STARTS MAY 18th
05/06/2020

STARTS MAY 18th

Blue Angels directly over WCID110 about 1230 tomorrow!!
05/05/2020

Blue Angels directly over WCID110 about 1230 tomorrow!!

Address

19023 Joanleigh Dr
Spring, TX
77388

General information

Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (HCWCID110) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas governed by a board of directors. HCWCID #110 includes the subdivisions of Cypress Forest, Cypress Forest Lakes, Cypress, Cypresswood Lake, Spring Park Village, Lakes of Cypress Forest, Cypress Forest Lake, Enchanted Oaks and Forest Oaks. It also includes the commercial development along IH-45 and Holzwarth and some commercial development along the eastside of IH-45. HC110 also provides parks and recreational services and owns and operates the Forest Oaks Swim and Racquet Club and Forest Oaks Park. HCWCID #110 is in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston and is subject to the continuing supervision of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
Friday 09:00 - 18:00
Saturday 09:00 - 18:00

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(281) 353-0998

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Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (HCWCID110) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas governed by a Board of Directors. The District provides water and sewer services to its residents. HCWCID110 includes the subdivisions of Enchanted Oaks, Cypress Forest Lakes, Cypress Forest Estates, Cypress Estates, Lakes of Cypress Forest, Spring Park Village, Cypresswood Lake, and Kings Village. It also includes the commercial development along I-45 and Holzwarth and some commercial development along the eastside of I-45.

HCWCID110 also provides parks and recreational services, and owns and operates the Forest Oaks Swim and Racquet Club & Forest Oaks Park.

HCWCID110 is in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston and is subject to the continuing supervision of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

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