Upcoming Smart Meter Installations

To a meter box near you is new technology, water conservation and monitoring tools!

Harris County MUD No. 433 will be replacing all water meters, with the goal of improving water conservation as well as offering the residents direct and secure access to your water usage data to monitor water consumption and the ability to establish alerts including identifying potential leaks.

Please check back for updates!

Below is a short introductory video!

Stage 1 – Mild Drought

Dear Residents:

Harris County MUD 374 and Harris County MUD 433 have been notified by West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) that Cypress Creek Lakes (CCL), as well as all subdivisions within their boundaries, will have a limited supply of surface water allocated during the peak demand periods.

In the event of Mild Drought Conditions, we ask residents to voluntarily reduce outdoor water usage as follows:

Residents and other users with even-numbered addresses may use water outdoors on even-numbered days and residents and other users of water with odd-numbered addresses may use water outdoors on odd-numbered days. In the event no street address exists, only District residents and other users of water within the District living on the north and west side of a street may use water outdoors on even-numbered days and only District residents and other users of water within the District on the south and east side of a street may use water outdoors on odd-numbered days.

Outdoor water use shall be prohibited between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight).

With these water restrictions, it is imperative, that we are mindfully conservative as a community to reduce the use of water during these peak demand periods.

The bulk of water consumption in CCL is for irrigation and other outdoor uses. Please ensure that your irrigation systems are leak free.

If you see a water leak anywhere in our subdivision please report it immediately. You may call Inframark 24 hours a day at 281-398-8211.

The irrigation of the flowers and grass in the common areas within Harris County MUD 374 is supplied by the retention lakes. This non-potable water does not count towards our WHCRWA allocation.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Coronavirus: Toilet Paper Panic Trickle-Down Effect

Please do NOT flush wet wipes, tissue or heavy paper towels.

Experts are warning that the panic run on toilet paper could lead to much bigger waste problems than we realize.

With toilet paper in short supply due to the panic buying in response to COVID-19, some researchers warn there’s a risk that toilet paper alternatives such as wet wipes, tissue, napkins and paper towels may lead to another major “monster” waste issues in YOUR sewer houseline and the District’s collection system!

With supermarket shelves wiped bare of toilet paper, water infrastructure experts fear that the use of toilet paper alternatives such as wet wipes, napkins and thicker paper could lead to major blockages in our water and sewage systems.

Some water utilities have already spent hundreds of thousands of dollars removing wet wipes from the collection systems, lift pumps and at sewage treatment plants. These products can create blockages of fat, sanitary items and wet wipes that block pipes and pumps and cause an added expense to remove.

Please do not flush wet wipes or heavy paper towels and properly dispose of them by throwing them in the trash.

The Water Flows

A Message from Inframark

During this time of social distancing and self quarantine one thing still stands true, WATER still flows!

Residents need to know they will still see Inframark trucks and field personnel performing their daily tasks that are part of maintaining the collection and distribution systems.

The appropriate personal protective equipment will be used by personnel during these daily tasks. Also, we have asked them to keep the appropriate social distance (6 feet) if approached by a resident.

“Presence of the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and based on current evidence the risk to water supplies is low.”

According to the CDC, COVID-19 is mainly thought to spread between people who are in close contact with one another. EPA’s drinking water regulations require treatment at public water systems to remove or kill pathogens, including viruses.

More CDC information is available at: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/water.html

More EPA information is available at: https://www.epa.gov/coronavirus/coronavirus-and-drinking-water-and-wastewater

Summer Water Saving Tips – September

Watering your lawn and irrigating consumes much more water than most people realize.

Ensure your sprinklers aren’t watering the street, are free of leaks, and operate outside of peak usage hours are great ways to manage your summer time usage.

Every drop counts!

Summer Water Saving Tips – August

  • Water during the early morning or evening hours since evaporation losses will be up to 60 percent higher during the day.
  • Do not water on windy days. Set sprinklers so the lawn is watered, not sidewalks, pavement and driveways.
  • Use an overlapping sprinkler pattern to cover the lawn evenly. Every drop counts!

Summer Water Saving Tips – July

  • Don’t throw dropped ice cubes in the sink: they can be used to water house plants.
  • When kids want to play in the sprinkler, use it in an area your lawn needs water most.
  • Don’t let the sun steal your water: water your lawn in the morning or evening.
  • Ensure sprinklers water grass and not concrete.

Water is a precious resource: Every drop counts!

Water Conservation

Dear Residents:

Cypress Creek Lakes MUD’s has been notified by West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) that Cypress Creek Lakes (CCL), as well as all subdivisions in Harris County, will have a limited supply of surface water allocated during the peak demand periods. The peak demand periods are usually May through September. WHCRWA receives water from the City of Houston and the City has a limited supply. If CCL exceeds that allocation, WHCRWA will shut off the flow of water. CCL will then have to rely on well water and go on a Drought Contingency Plan.

With these water restrictions, it is imperative, we must be mindfully conservative as a community, to aid in reducing the use of water during these peak demand periods.

The bulk of water consumption in CCL is for irrigation and other outdoor uses. Please ensure that your irrigation systems are leak free. Please try to limit your irrigation to no more than two inches of water per week. Please disengage your sprinkler system during rainfall.

If you see a water leak anywhere in our subdivision please report it immediately. You may call Inframark 24 hours a day at 281-398-8211.

The irrigation of the flowers and grass in the common areas around the subdivision is supplied by the retention lakes. This water does not count towards our allocation.

This will require the cooperation of every resident.

Thank you.