Emergency Preparedness Plan
Many, many years ago, Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 25 (the District) was like most other MUD's: The District was comprised of only one subdivision, one water plant, the tax rate was high ($1.85 per $100.00 of evaluation) and every action taken was a reaction to a current crisis, which was expensive and caused many disruptions in serve to the residents. (Read More)
FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Maps
Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 25 (the "District") would like to take this opportunity to inform you that FEMA has developed its preliminary Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRM) for portions of Fort Bend County, Texas.
James Cupp Meeting Center
The District Board of Directors has recently voted to allow its new conference room facility, (James Cupp Meeting Center) to be used by groups and individuals as a benefit to the residents of the District, as well as the local community. (Read more)
The Agendas for the meetings are posted outside of the District's Administration building at 18230 Old Richmond Road on the bulletin board. For more information please click here.
Tax Bond History
The Bonds (Unlimited Tax Bonds, Series 1997) constitute the seventh series of unlimited tax bonds issued by the District for the purpose of acquiring and constructing a waterworks, wastewater and storm drainage system to serve the District and for refunding such bonds. (Read more)
Understanding The District's Bond "Issues"
The District is authorized to finance the acquisition or construction of water supply and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and storm drainage facilities (the "System") with the proceeds of bonds which the District sells at competitive sale to bond underwriters. (Read more)
Water Quality Report