Park Updates

Park hours are 9am to 8pm. No activity is allowed on park grounds outside of park hours. If anyone is seen, authorities will be notified. Basketball courts close at 8pm and no access is allowed past that time out of respect for the surrounding home owners due to noise ordinance.

Crews are in the process of laying mulch and updating park grounds. Thank you for your patience as we complete these updates. Should be done by next week.

Freeze Event Leak Adjustment

In order to apply for a Freeze Event Leak Adjustment Credit, the customer must file a written application with the District or the District’s Operator by May 1, 2021.

Any customer of the District may request an adjustment to a water bill showing excessive use due to a loss of water attributable to a rupture or leakage of the customer’s water lines, including visible leaks, including, but not limited to, faucet and hose leaks, in each case, due to the Freeze Event (a “Freeze Event Leak Adjustment Credit”) for the billing cycle(s) containing the days included in the Freeze Event.

District Operator

(281) 353-9756 ( Formerly Hays Utility South Corporation )

Freeze Damage at Pine Cove Park and District Clubhouse

Bathrooms and water fountains at Pine Cove Park have sustained damage from busted pipes after the freeze these features are closed until further notice.

The Clubhouse and outdoor bathrooms in the pool area sustained damage from busted pipes after the freeze these areas will be closed until further notice.

Park Update

Thank you for being patient as we wrestled our way through the construction process during this pandemic. We are thankful that 2021 has brought the official park opening on January 31st at 3:00 p.m.

Dear Neighbors,

Thank you for being patient as we path our way through the construction process during this pandemic. This year has proven to be interesting and we are hopeful that 2021 will bring the park opening in January.

Our board meets on the second Monday and we anticipate booking a grand opening date at that meeting.

The park has had its share of challenges due to security and lighting equipment coming from overseas, new regulations on drainage based on Harris County’s guidelines after Harvey, and just trying to get power installed with large corporate staff all working from home.

We see the light at the end of the tunnel and are just as excited as you all are to be able to enjoy the park. Please bear with us and we wish you all a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season.

Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 19

Purpose of a MUD

A Municipal Utility District (MUD) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas authorized by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to provide local community services (i.e., potable water, wastewater and sewage, drainage, trash / recycling, security, and other services) within the MUD District boundaries. The District is governed by a Board of Directors which has control over and management supervision of all District affairs. The MUD 19 Board is elected, in open elections, by the residents of NWWHC MUD 19.

On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, we hope you find this information to be both educational and a helpful tool. It is our desire that each and every resident and/or property owner in the District be kept informed of the services and amenities provided by NWHC MUD 19.