NORTHGATE CROSSING
MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1

Northgate Crossing not affected by City of Houston Water Boil Notice

Our water is safe to drink.  Northgate Crossing MUD No. 1 receives its water from a well in its vicinity and does not receive water from the City of Houston.

ABOUT THE DISTRICT

The Michael Lopez Park and Splashpad
will  close for the season on  October 19th. 

The park will re-open on a date TBD in the Spring.

Thank You!

The Michael Lopez Park and Splashpad
will  close for the season on  October 19th. 

The park will re-open on a date TBD in the Spring.

Thank You!

COVID-19 WATER INFORMATION

Dear Residents,

PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING: “Water Announcement” from your Water Operator in regards to how they’re protecting your water supply system.


 

HURRICANE SEASON STARTS JUNE 1st and runs through the end of November every year.

If you have not subscribed to our text message Emergency Alerts Notifications System and would like to do so, text the word MUD1 to 888777  

Please keep this Hurricane Preparedness Guide on-hand to help keep you and your family safe.

 

Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility District No. 1 (the “Water District”) is comprised of the subdivisions of Northwood Pines Sections 1 through 7. There are 388 platted lots in the Water District. The Park at Northgate Apartments are also located in the Water District.

The Water District provides water and sanitary sewer services to the properties located within the boundaries of the Water District. To provide these services, the Water District shares ownership, operation and maintenance of a water plant, and a wastewater treatment plant with Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility District No.2.  The Water District also shares with Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility District No.2 the storm water pump station located in the Water District.

The Water District also has the power and authority to provide park facilities.  The Water District has constructed the sidewalk/trail system in Northwood Pines.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality exercises continuing supervisory authority over the Water District.

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register for our district emergency notification system

Hurricane Season starts every June 1 and runs through the end of November every year. Take the steps to keep your family as prepared as possible in case of an emergency. 

To sign up for the Emergency Notification System send a text message to the number 888777 with the word MUD1

Please also see the following Emergency Protocol Quick Reference Guide.

TEXT THE WORD “MUD1” TO 888777

District notices

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Proposed tax rate for 2020 tax year: $0.97 per $100 of taxable assessed valuation, includes a maintenance and operations tax rate of $0.51 per $100 of taxable assessed valuation and a debt service tax rate of $0.46 per $100 of taxable assessed valuation.

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