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Harris County MUD 304 would like to wish you and your family a Happy Valentines Day!
UPDATE: Currently, it is estimated to take 2-4 hours at which point the water may be shut off. As circumstances change we will update.
The District’s Operator is currently addressing the matter as quickly as possible.
The following areas are currently impacted: Sandlewoods Creek Trails, Sandlewoods Sands, Altman Trails, Silverlight Court, Silverwood Springs Place, Silver Rimrock Trails. Should other areas become affected, we will provide additional information.
Please be aware: Only authorized personnel of The District are allowed in the area.
On behalf of Harris County MUD 304 we appreciate your patience and cooperation as we remedy the problem.
Silverglen North Park Project
HCMUD 304 is moving forward with a park project off Arden Ridge Lane. The park will consist of a walking trail, fire pit, amphitheater/performance pad, yoga platform, and will provide areas for a future playground, pavilion, grills, and picnic tables.
The first phase should be completed Spring 2023.
Silverchase Park Project
HCMUD 304 is moving forward with a park project at the entrance to the Silverchase subdivision. The park consist of a variety of amenities including, a pavilion with picnic tables, benches, and playground equipment.
Silverglen North Detention Pond Rehabilitation
HCMUD 304 is currently rehabilitating the detention facility north of Porter Meadow Lane. This detention facility recently had an infestation of beavers, which caused the area to have severe ponding. The grading of the pond is currently under way and should be completed before the end of the year.
Wastewater Treatment Plan Access
The District will be rehabilitating the access road leading to the wastewater treatment plant. The road will be changed from a crushed gravel access, which is costing the District money for ongoing maintenance, to a low maintenance concrete access.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Lift Station
The lift station at the wastewater treatment plant is being rehabilitated. The coating on the wet well walls is deteriorating, as well as the pipes. Preliminary design to expand the wastewater treatment plant is currently underway.
Harris County MUD 304 would like to wish you and your family a Happy New Year!
The Board of Directors for HC MUD 304 is aware of the attic leak which caused flooding in the Admin building.
The Building managers are diligently working with the contractors to inspect the busted pipe/water damage. If you need to contact the Admin building to reschedule your event please do so at this number: 281-581-9000.
Your tax dollars are at work!
A hard freeze is expected in the Houston area towards the end of next week. Now is the time to prepare your home for the cold. If you are planning to be out of town for the holidays, please take extra precautions to protect your pipes from the freezing temperatures and consider asking a neighbor to keep an eye on your home while you are away.
For tips on winterizing your home, visit ProtectyourPipes.org.
The City of Houston issued a boil water notice yesterday, November 27, 2022. This boil water notice does not affect Harris County MUD 304 residents.
Harris County MUD 304 residents do not need to boil their water.
We will continue to bring you updates of important news as information becomes available.
Harris County MUD 304 would like to wish you and your family a happy, safe, and healthy Thanksgiving!
Harris Co. MUD 304 will be hosting a National Night Out event!
All residents and their families are welcome and encouraged to attend to enjoy great food, games, music, and much more.
When: October 4, 2022 from 6pm – 9pm
Where: The district admin building. 12525 Wellington Parkway, Houston, Tx, 77014