Trail of the Lakes Municipal Utility District of Harris County, Texas (the “District”), a political subdivision of the State of Texas, created in 1974, is located in Harris County, Texas, approximately 17 miles northeast of the central business district of Houston, Texas and approximately 3.5 miles southeast of Humble, Texas. Will Clayton Parkway divides the District about 3.6 miles east of U.S. 59 and is a major traffic artery for the District residents to U.S. 59 and George Bush Houston Intercontinental Airport. The District is within the extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of the City of Houston. The District contains approximately 813.365 acres of land.
The District does not maintain, endorse or have any affiliation with any social media accounts (i.e. Facebook groups or pages, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn). Any social media accounts, pages or groups utilizing the District’s name (Trail of the Lakes Municipal Utility District, Trail of the Lakes MUD, or TOTLMUD) should not be referenced for information related to the District. The District’s website is active and updated regularly as information becomes available. We invite you to check the website regularly for any updates regarding District-related matters.
The West Harris County Regional Water Authority (Authority) has activated Stage 2 of its Drought Contingency Plan effective September 6, 2023. Drought conditions in our region continue and have worsened. Groundwater usage within the Authority has risen dramatically. The Authority has determined that implementing Stage 2 is necessary to facilitate compliance with the Harris Galveston Subsidence District requirements.
Under Stage 2:
- All water users are asked to voluntarily reduce their water usage.
- All GRP Participants (including municipalities and districts on groundwater or surface water) are asked to implement one or more drought response measures in their respective Drought Contingency Plan.
The Authority’s operator will initiate weekly contact with water users having water supply commitments to discuss water supply and/or demand conditions. Water use will continue to be monitored. Another notice will be issued by the Authority if the drought stage changes.
Thank you for your cooperation. Drought conditions impact all of us. Please stay informed, use common sense, and avoid wasting water.
- A copy of the Authority’s Drought Contingency Plan is posted on the Authority’s website: www.whcrwa.com.
- Follow WHCRWA on social media for our weekly drought monitor reports.
- Visit www.whcrwa.com/drought for up-to-date drought resources.
- Visit https://whcrwa.net/20tips for 20 Tips on Conserving Water and Energy….
Contractors for Trail of the Lakes MUD have begun the installation of Smart Water Meters for each property in the District, installing them from the northwest to the southeast boundaries of the District.
These meters will ultimately enable every customer to see how much water they are using throughout the day, week, and month. When the smart metering capability begins to function, by downloading an app and connecting to your meter, you will be able to see your usage and even set notifications if the meter senses a continuous water flow through the meter which could indicate a possible internal leak on your property.
The meters will also enable the District to proactively monitor usage throughout the District, which in turn would allow the District’s Operator, Si Environmental, to contact customers when a possible leak is detected.
If you have any problems with your water connection, please contact Si at 832-490-1600 (local) or 877-382-7414 (toll free).