Water Restrictions LIFTED
At this time, full sanitary sewer service has been restored in Harris County
MUD 81. You may resume normal water and sewer usage. The water in Harris
County MUD 81 has been and continues to be safe to drink.
Thank you for your patience and understanding through the unprecedented
Harvey storm event.
Hurricane Harvey Storm Debris
Separation and Removal
Harris County MUD No. 81's garbage provider, Best Trash, generally does not
collect storm debris. Instead, storm debris is collected by Harris County
through its debris removal program. Storm debris should be separated from
your household garbage and placed in front of your home between the curb and
as shown here
. For more information on storm debris separation and removal, please contact
Harris County's Residential Debris and Damage Assessment Hotline at (713) 274-3880,
or visit http://harrisrecovery.org/debris-removal/.
Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 81 is empowered to purchase,
construct, operate, and maintain all works, improvements and facilities necessary
for the supply of water, for the collection and processing of wastewater and for
control and diversion of storm water. It is also allowed to provide parks and
recreation, fire protection, garbage and security.
The District is 921
acres, all located in Houston's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ). MUD 81
has 3090 single family connections, 2 multi-family, 56 commercial and 24
irrigation (sprinkler) connections. The District has four water wells, a lift
station, an administrative office building, and an interest in two regional
sewage treatment plants (STP), West Memorial and Cinco.
The trash and recycle pickup schedules are listed
District Customers can now view their account online
The District's building is
available for rental!
For more information, please contact Starr Johnson
at the District Office.