Stage 2 of Drought Contingency Plan

The West Harris County Regional Water Authority has moved into Stage 2 of their Drought Contingency Plan. As a receiver of their water, Harris County MUD No. 264 must follow suite. Please continue to conserve water whenever possible. Additionally, all outdoor water consumption (car and window washing, garden watering, all irrigation, etc.) must be limited in the following manner:

  • Even numbered addresses only water on even numbered dates.
  • Odd numbered addresses only water on odd numbered dates.
  • Outdoor water use is prohibited between the hours of 6 am to 10 am and from 6 pm to 10 pm.
  • All outdoor water usage should be conducted via a hand held hose with a manual on/off nozzle.
  • It is recommended that the filling of swimming pools be curtailed during this time.

Thank you for your patience, cooperation, and understanding, and please continue to do everything possible to conserve water wherever possible while our community suffers through this drought together. Every drop counts!

Mainline Repair Complete

The damaged mainline has been repaired and is no longer leaking. Water service has been restored to all of Harris County MUD No. 264. Inframark will be flushing the mainlines to ensure water quality is maintained. If you experience any issues with water quality, please flush your home’s lines via an outside faucet or the cold faucet in a bathtub for 15 minutes. If you’re still experiencing water quality issues after 15 minutes of flushing, please call in to Inframark at (281) 398-8211 so that the matter can be investigated. Thank you again for your patience while your MUD and Inframark keep our community’s infrastructure functional and safe for us all.