The North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) will increase rates effective April 1, 2020. This fee is charged to all MUD districts in their jurisdiction. This water usage fee is passed on to the end consumer via a line item on the monthly water bill. Currently the NHCRWA rate is $3.85 per 1000 gallons of water used. The new rate will be $4.25 per 1000 gallons. This increase will impact your bill, depending on your water usage. The MUD 364 water rates will not increase, only the NHCRWA fee.
If you have any questions regarding this, please contact NHCRWA. Please note that the MUD 364 Directors are residents of the District, and have to pay the same fees for water usage.
Your water bill will increase with the April billing cycle.
It only takes one storm to change your life and community. Tropical cyclones are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena. If you live in an area prone to tropical cyclones, you need to be prepared. Learn how during Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 5-11, 2019). Hurricanes.gov/Prepare
Sunday, May 5- Determine Your Risk
Monday, May 6- Develop an Evacuation Plan
Tuesday, May 7- Assemble Disaster Supplies
Wednesday, May 8- Get an Insurance Checkup
Thursday, May 9- Strengthen Your Home
Friday, May 10- Help Your Neighbor
Saturday, May 11- Complete a Written Plan
This weekend is the 2019 Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales Tax Holiday in the State of Texas. You can purchase certain emergency preparation supplies tax free beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, and ending at midnight on Monday, April 29. There is no limit on the number of qualifying items you can purchase, and you do not need to issue an exemption certificate to claim the exemption. Please visit the Texas Comptroller’s Website for more information, including a list of qualifying and excluded supplies. Hurricane Season is just around the corner. Don’t wait until the next storm is in the Gulf before preparing yourself and your family.
Welcome to Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 364 (District), located in the Coles Crossing subdivision in Cypress, TX.
The Board of Directors is proud to serve its residents. The District’s goal include:
- Provide the highest quality of water;
- Provide reliable water/sewer service and customer support;
- Maintain the integrity of the District’s lift stations;
- Control the tax base through prudent decisions; and
- Fiscal responsiblity in order to ensure the financial stability and growth of the District.
What is a Municipal Utility District?
A Municipal Utility District (MUD) is a local governmental entity organized for the purpose of providing safe drinking water and sanitary sewer service to the areas within its boundaries. Additionally, a MUD can exercise other typical governmental powers, including, but not limited to, drainage relief within its boundaries, the levy and collection of ad valorem taxes, issuing bonds with voter authorization, charge for authorized services, adopt and enforce rules and regulations to accomplish the purposes for which the MUD was created, develop and maintain certain public improvements such as parks and jogging trails, provide solid waste management services, and provide police protection services. However, not all MUDs provide all of these services. While the powers of a MUD may seem very broad, MUDs are one of the most highly regulated and controlled governmental entities in the State of Texas. The powers of a MUD are limited to those expressly provided for in the Texas Water Code and the Texas Constitution and there is significant oversight provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).