Municipal District Services
Important Hurricane Harvey Information
September 6 - Notice 6
REMOVING RESTRICTIONS ON SANITARY SEWER SERVICES USE
At this time we are removing water restrictions for Grand Lakes MUDs 1, 2 & 4. While the Waste Water Treatment Plant is not at a hundred percent, we have made enough improvement to the facilities to allow residents to return to normal use.
Due to the plant not being fully operational, there is a possibility that restrictions may be put back in place.
In order to assist in the efforts made by public response teams, residents are also being asked to limit street parking in the aforementioned Grand Lakes Districts.
Thank you for your patience and your continued cooperation.
The drinking water is safe to consume.
To report MAJOR water and sewer emergencies
Call Municipal District Services at 281-290-6503
September 1 - Notice 3 - (PDF copy)
Municipal District Services, LLC would first like to extend its deepest sympathies to all those affected by Hurricane Harvey and its ongoing aftermath. Municipal District Services is committed to the safety and quality of the water services. We are working hard to continually maintain the facilities (wells, water plants and sewage treatment plants) to ensure that you have service. The drinking water in the districts we serve is safe for consumption. Please see the following tips below to help you after a flood.
After a flood (taken from www.ready.gov/floods)
- Return home only when authorities say it is safe.
- Check for structural damage before going inside.
- If it’s dark, use a flashlight – not matches, a candle or a lighter.
- Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded and watch out for debris. Floodwaters often erode roads and walkways.
- Do not attempt to drive through areas that are still flooded.
- Avoid standing water as it may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
- Photograph damage to your property for insurance purposes.
- Take inventory of damaged or destroyed items – again, to expedite your claim.
- Report your claim to your insurance agent or company as soon as possible.
- Begin initial cleanup as soon as waters recede, separating damaged from undamaged items.
- Clean and disinfect everything that got wet.
- When cleaning, wear a mask, gloves and coveralls to minimize exposure to possible hazardous materials.
- Mold can be a hazardous result from a flood. Consider a professional service that specializes in post-flood cleanup.
- Once you’ve gathered documentation about your damage and your insurance coverage, contact your insurance company or agent.
Links to other helpful tips:
To report a water outage, major water leak or sewer stoppage, call us at 281-290-6503
Municipal District Services, LLC (MDS) 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 50,000 connections and businesses in the Greater Houston area.
Our extensive experience in the industry allows us to provide our clients with the highest level of service to meet each district’s unique needs. We are committed to delivering practices and services that help protect the environment.
We’ve carefully selected the best operational personnel, customer care staff, and assembled the most experienced executive team in order to provide our clients service they expect and deserve.
MDS is a proud member of the following industry professional organizations:
24 Hour Service & Repair Hotline
Utility Repairs & Maintenance
Health, Safety & Regulatory Support