New Water Well

To: Residents of the Harris County MUD 433 District

Harris County MUD 433, BGE, Inc., R&B Group, Inc., and Alsay Incorporated will be working collectively on essential upgrades at the Water Treatment Plant that supplies potable water to Cypress Creek Lakes. Beginning in May, Alsay Incorporated will be drilling a new water well at the water plant site located on Beacon Crossing Lane. The Water Well Drilling process requires a lot of big equipment to complete our wells. This equipment can be loud at certain tasks being performed but we are trying our best to reduce the noise to not disturb everyone around the job site location.We ask that you have patience with us during the process and please avoid going on the job site due to the site being dangerous to anyone not authorized to be there.

There is a tentative construction schedule below of when we plan on completing our portion of this job and have highlighted some of the processes that could require overnight work. For updates or changes to the schedule please visit

We appreciate your patience with us during construction and apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions pertaining to the well drilling process or anything related to construction, feel free to contact us.

Harris County MUD 433
Board of Directors

West Harris County Regional Water Authority

The West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) was established in 2001 to supply surface water to the western region of Harris County. The WHCRWA service area includes approximately 120 municipal water providers within the boundaries of the WHCRWA and seven located outside of the WHCRWA boundaries. As mandated by the Texas legislature, the WHCRWA has several objectives:

  • To acquire and provide a reliable supply of surface water
  • To conserve, preserve, protect, and recharge groundwater resources
  • To facilitate compliance with subsidence district requirements
  • To encourage water conservation

If you would like to find out more information on the WHCRWA visit

Introducing the Surface Water Supply Project from Russ Lambert (The Texas Network) on Vimeo.