Election Information

The next Directors Election is May 1, 2021, and will be conducted by Montgomery County. Early Voting and Election Day polling locations are listed at https://elections.mctx.org.

An application for candidacy must be filed no sooner than Wednesday, January 13, 2021, and no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, February 12, 2021.

Candidate Application Filing Location:

Sanford Kuhl Hagan Kugle Parker Kahn LLP
1980 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 1380
Houston, Texas 77056

Election Documents

Posted: March 5, 2021
Notice of Directors Election
Aviso de Elección de Directores

Posted: February 5, 2020
Notice of Drawing for Place on Ballot
Aviso De Sorteo De Lugares En La Boleta De Votación

Posted: December 21, 2020
Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on Ballot
Aviso de Fecha Limite Para Presentar Solicitudes Para Un Lugar En La Boleta


  • Set up a website for the district. Provides contact information, district calendar, meeting agendas and meeting minutes.
  • Implemented a system to accept Credit Card payments.
  • Developing a system to allow each customer to review their balance on line with password protection.
    The same system will allow for on line payments for customer invoices.
    The target date for this system to be operational is the mid-April billing cycle.
  • Generators at each well insure water supply during electric outages from storms.
  • The sewer treatment plant that is jointly owned by RPMUD and EPUD required several updates and repairs as a result of flooding caused by Harvey. These have been completed. In 2019, the districts will need to update the storage tanks at the plant.
  • Joint major sewer trunk lines were relined in 2018. This should minimize sewer line breaches in the future.
  • In the District’s ongoing efforts to reduced water usage, the billing rates were modified to encourage conservation of water.

Water Storage Tank

In March of this year, the district installed an aerator in the water storage tank at the well #2 location.

The purpose of the aerator is to provide improved circulation of the water in the tank prior to pumping the water through the district’s distribution system. This should result in minimizing the odor associated with natural elements in the water that we draw from the aquifer.

To date, the number of complaints has been significantly reduced.