Boil Water Notice Remains in Effect

Now that the City of Houston has rescinded their Boil Water Notice the Regional Water Authorities including the West Harris County Water Authority (WHCRWA) can now schedule their required testing and lab results confirming if the water distributed by their public water system will no longer need to be boiled and safe for human consumption. Once the West Harris County Regional Water Authority has rescinded their Boil Water Notice the MUD’s served by the WHCRWA can schedule their required testing and lab results.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact Inframark, the operator at (281) 398-8211.

Boil Water Notice Remains in Effect

Due to high demand, service line breaks and leaks in the area the pressure may fluctuate, and supply may be depleted sooner than we anticipate.

Once supply is depleted, we will shut the water off to allow the system time to recharge.

Please only use water that is necessary to prolong the length of time water is available to all.

Please visit for updates.

Water Meter Installation

Residents in Section 18, 14, 16, 19 and 12!

Harris County Mud No. 433 will be replacing all water meters, with the goal of improving water conservation as well as offer the residents capabilities to monitor water consumption and setup leak alerts.

Starting in November and over the coming month if you are in Section 18, Section 14, Section 16, Section 19 and Section 12 you will see a greater presence of Inframark vehicles and employees throughout your section. During the meter installation your water service may be interrupted for 20-40 minutes. An Inframark employee will knock on your door prior to replacing your meter to inform you that your water will be shut off.

Please note: There may be a 1-2 week delay before you can initially setup your eyeonwater account.

For questions please contact Inframark at (281) 579-4500 or email at


Account Creation

Leak Alert

Reviewing Water Usage