About Us

Why MUD’s Exist

A Municipal Utility District (MUD) is a special purpose governmental entity of the State of Texas. Regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the MUD’s primary function is to provide water, wastewater and in some cases, drainage services within its boundaries. A MUD may sell bonds, levy and collect taxes, provide and charge for water and sewer services, build infrastructure, condemn property, and make regulations to accomplish its purposes.

All Municipal Utility Districts are managed by an elected Board of Directors. Each Director on the Board is a resident or a property owner within the boundaries of the District. The Board of Directors conducts a meeting, usually every month to transact the business of the District. These meetings are open to the public, and you are welcome to attend the meetings of your District. For meeting information, please click the ‘District’ tab or contact the District’s Attorneys at (832) 789-1889.

For more information about TCEQ, please visit their official site at www.tceq.texas.gov.

District’s “Authority” Alliance

Central Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”)
CHCRWA

Harris County MUD 304 is a member District of the Central Harris County Regional Water Authority. As a result of their purpose for the reduction of groundwater mandates set by the State of Texas, our District is now a converted customer of the “Authority” for “surface water”.

The “Authority” Public Meetings Dates: 1st Wednesday of the Month.

Location: IDS Engineering Group, Inc.
13430 Northwest Freeway
Suite 700
Houston, TX 77040

For more information, please visit their website at www.chcrwa.com.

History

​Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 304 was established on May 1, 1985 by an Order of the Texas Water Commission, presently known as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the “Commission”), under the provisions of Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code, as a separate government entity, empowered to purchase, operate and maintain all facilities, plants and improvements necessary to provide water, wastewater, storm sewer drainage and recreational services for the “Residents”, and businesses of the District. The District is recognized as a political subdivision of the State of Texas governed by an elected Board, consisting of 5 Members (Directors), and as otherwise, Public Officials.

It is historically this Board’s position to manage the District’s functions by being cognizant of several acts of policies.

  • Keep property value high.
  • Keep taxes low and/or maintainable not to risk loss of revenue needed from taxes.
  • Pay off debts.
  • Be cost effective with expenditures, and to increase savings where warranted.
  • Invest in the District to improve daily quality of life.
  • Protect and secure the infrastructure as well as the Residents and the public.

District Map

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Board Members

The District is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of five (5) Board members elected by the registered voters of the District, who manage and supervise all affairs of the District. Board members must either own property within the District or be a registered voter within the District. Each Board member is elected to serve a staggered four (4) year term. The District’s current Board members are as follows:

  • Larry Allen, Term Expires – May 2028
  • LaFrances Moses, Term Expires – May 2024
  • Geri Scott Term Expires – May 2028
  • Sharon Mayo, Term Expires – May 2028
  • Michael Garrett, Term Expires – May 2024

Conflict Disclosure Forms
None

Board of Directors Elections

The next directors election is scheduled for May 1st, 2026. The District will establish the polling place(s) for the election, which will be provided in the Notice of Election.

Applications for a place on the ballot may be filed from January 14, 2026, to 5:00 p.m. local time on February 13, 2026. For information about the requirements for filing for candidacy for a position on the Board, please visit the Texas Secretary of State’s candidate website, at https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/candidates/index.shtml.

Elecciones de la Junta Directiva

La próxima elección de directores está programada para el 1 de mayo de 2026. El Distrito establecerá los lugares de votación para la elección, que se proporcionarán en el Aviso de Elección.

Las solicitudes de lugar en la boleta podrán presentarse desde el 14 de enero de 2026 hasta las 17:00 horas. hora local del 13 de febrero de 2026. Para obtener información sobre los requisitos para presentar una candidatura para un puesto en la Junta, visite el sitio web de candidatos de la Secretaría de Estado de Texas, en https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/candidates/index.shtml.

District Contact Information:

  • Name of Political Subdivision: Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 304
  • Mailing Address: 24624 Interstate 45 North, Suite 200, The Woodlands, Texas 77386
  • Phone: (281) 719-1990
  • Email: info@mzslegal.com

Consultants

Attorney

Mitchell, Zientek & Scruggs, LLP
24624 Interstate 45 N, Suite 200
The Woodlands, TX 77386

Attorney: Frank Mitchell
Phone: (281) 719-1990

Operator

Precision Utility, LLC
P.O. Box 1852
Crosby, Texas 77532
Contact: Tony Bonaventure
Phone: (281) 456-9825

Bookkeeper

TNR Advisors & Management Consultants, LLC
24285 Katy Fwy Suite 300-54,
Katy, TX 77494

Contact: Nannette Ray
Phone: (713) 489-4411

Financial Advisor

Huntington Capital Markets
500 N. Akard St., Ste. 2350
Dallas, Texas 75201

Contact: Cameron Thatcher
Email: cameron.thatcher@huntington.com

Engineer

EHRA Engineering
10011 Meadowglen Lane
Houston, Texas 77042

Contact: Jared Bowlin
Phone: (713) 784-4500

Tax Assessor/Collector

Wheeler & Associates
6935 Barney Road, Suite 110
Houston, TX 77092

Contact: Yvonne Luevano
Phone: (713) 934-3186

Web Design/Communications

Infinity Services, LLC
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Suite H120-330
Katy, TX 77494
Contact: Allen DeJonge
Phone: (573) 268-9577