Check out these stunning birds. Can you match each one to its rights pot spot on the trail system signage? Look at the map and write down the number in the bubble for each bird that matches its location. Let's see how sharp your bird-spotting skills are!
Dear Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 5 Customer, The North Haris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) has terminated Stage 2 of its Drought Contingency Plan (DCP), effective immediately. Note that Stage 1, voluntary water conservation, is still in effect. As a participant and customer of the NHCRWA, Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 5 is also continuing to implement Stage 1 of its DCP. VOLUNTARY Water Use Restrictions Applicable to Customers Outdoor [...]
The Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 5 will hold a public hearing on a proposed tax rate for the tax year 2023 on October 19, 2023 at 5:00 PM at 14701 Spring Cypress Road, Cypress, Texas 77429. Your individual taxes may increase at a greater or lesser rate, or even decrease, depending on the tax rate that is adopted and on the change in the taxable value of your property in relation to [...]
A well-designed and maintained sewer system is the backbone of any modern community's waste management infrastructure. Northwest Harris County MUD 5’s sewer system encompasses an impressive network of 16 lift stations, 2 wastewater treatment plants, capacity ownership at a joint wastewater treatment facility and over 100 miles of gravity sewer lines ranging from 6" to 24" in diameter. This robust system ensures effective collection, transportation, and treatment of wastewater. Lift Stations The District’s sewer system [...]
One of NWMUD5's top priorities is safety. If you are traveling for the summer, fill out the Harris County Precinct 4 Vacation Watch request and an officer will stop by your house throughout your vacation to ensure your property is secure and safe. https://www.constablepct4.com/vacation-watch-request.html
Northwest Harris County MUD 5 is committed to helping district residents conserve water. Besides saving you money and improving the appearance of your lawn, water conservation is important to maintain the long-term health of the aquifers that supply the district with most of its water. Last year’s drought caused a significant drop in underground water levels, to the tune of 77 feet on average. Lower water levels reduce the district’s ability to supply water [...]
Exciting things are happening in NWHCMUD 5! The recently built trail system continues to be popular. The District is continuing to explore additional trail connections including connecting the Reserve at Cypress Creek neighborhood to the trail system along Telge. Currently under construction are a few trail projects including a loop trail around the detention basin in Forest Creek Farms, extending a sidewalk along the east side of Louetta between the existing trail and Telge Road, [...]