- Know what to do before, during, and after a hurricane.
- Prepare before hurricane season starts. Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1.
- Create an emergency communication plan with your family before a hurricane.
- Have emergency supplies in place at home, at work, and in the car.
- Know your local community’s evacuation plan and evacuation routes and how to receive alerts.
- Listen to local officials.
Our water is safe to drink. COVID-19 is not transmitted via public drinking water.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provide helpful resources about COVID-19 and the safety of drinking water. Access the links below for more detailed information:
- From the CDC: Water Transmission and COVID-19
- From the EPA: Coronavirus and Drinking Water and Wastewater
According to the CDC and the EPA:“The COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the District’s Operator, Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc., at (281) 367-5511.
The Harris County Municipal Utility District 26 (HCMUD 26) Board of Directors and the District’s consultants would like to thank all of our neighbors who took the time to attend our recent open house to learn more about the District and the upcoming bond proposal that will be on the May 4th ballot. Our Board members enjoyed speaking with you about the future of the District and we really appreciated your participation. Many great questions were asked, and we hope they were all answered.
For our attendees and those who were unable to attend, please find in this article the welcome video and a .pdf of the financial information provided at the open house.
Again, thank you to everyone that attended the open house events. If you have any questions or comments please reach out to us using the “Contact” page on the website.
While Harris County Municipal Utility District 26 (HCMUD 26) continues to keep monthly water rates as low as possible, residents of the district will see an increase in their water bill totals after April 1, 2019. The district is subject to groundwater surcharges imposed by the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA).
Those NHCRWA surcharges will increase from $3.40 per thousand gallons of groundwater pumped from HCMUD 26’s wells to $3.85 per thousand gallons of groundwater beginning in April.
HCMUD 26 residents are encouraged to conserve water and visit the links below for information that will help them control their water usage and reduce their overall bills.
Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 26 (HCMUD 26) works with a variety of consultants and contractors to ensure the district is maintained and services are consistently provided to our residents. One of the key players in ensuring our residents receive their water services is our water management company, commonly referred to as the operator, Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc (MOC).
Residents will regularly see MOC staff throughout the community as they are reading meters, checking on maintenance issues, installing new hardware or making repairs on water lines. MOC staff are easy to identify with their logoed shirts and branded company vehicles.
Residents may be asked for access to waterlines in their back yards or see Inframark staff walking along easements or rights of way performing maintenance. The District understands that strangers near residents’ homes may cause concern. Here are some tips on how to verify that anyone performing maintenance is an Inframark employee:
- MOC employees will be in uniforms with the company logo embroidered onto the shirt.
- MOC staff will arrive in a company vehicle with a logo on the doors.
- If asked, Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc. employees will provide a company badge verifying their identification.
MOC also provides the district’s billing and waterline maintenance. If you have a question regarding your bill or notice a waterline maintenance issue, please call their customer service line at (281) 367-5511. For emergency repairs such as water main breaks, please call (281) 367-5511.
The photos below show examples of clothing and vehicles utilized by MOC staff while providing services to the district.
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