Water Supply from the WHCRWA has been restored. Please return to normal water use.
MUD 165 Water Conservation Request - City of Houston has cut off WHCRWA water supply, please conserve water, control any leaks, minimize
All Lead and Copper water samples for HCMUD 165 are below the action levels as required by EPA. This includes the subdivisions
Notice to Customers Due to our lack of rain and increased water demand on the District’s water plant facilities and WHCRWA’s water
At the Authority’s Board of Directors meeting held on November 10, 2021, the Authority adopted changes to its Rate Order, which include
The District converted its water supply from surface water through the regional water authority back to groundwater due to issues of water
The District is not under a boil water notice. If the District’s customers need to boil water, we will post an update
Harris County MUD No. 165 currently uses chlorine to disinfect its drinking water from their water wells. On December 1, 2020, Harris
Do NOT put paper products such as paper towels, moist towelettes, tissues, wipes, disposable towels, diapers, sanitary napkins, and feminine products, including
Per H2O Consulting, our water is safe to drink — we are NOT under a boil water notice.