STOP House Bill 2525 — Please read, share, and act!

Faulkey Gully MUD Board of Directors wholeheartedly endorse the following statement from Jerry Holman with the Water Users Coalition:

I would encourage everyone to read HB 2525, the creation of the Lake Houston Dredging and Maintenance District, authored by State Representative Huberty. I have read HB 2525, including the (Analysis reports) and I have determined that I cannot and will not support this bill as is. To view the HB2525 Bill Analysis click here.

  • Unnecessarily expands government
  • False premise, dredging Lake Houston will not improve drainage
  • Taxation without representation, appointed directors with the authority to issue revenue bonds without public approval
  • Water users with their own drainage issues will be paying for Kingwood and Atascocita’s drainage problems
  • Water users have already paid over 400 million dollars for the Luce bayou inter basin transfer of water from the Trinity river to Lake Houston
  • Mixing The Ground Water Reduction Plan (Conversion to Surface water) Paid for by Water Users, and this bill (HB2525) & (SB1892) with it’s Vague “Trojan Horse” funding mechanism geared towards the Water Users wallet is just wrong and demoralizing to the good people who have paid billions converting to Surface Water.

When water users understand that they will be paying for the Drainage of Kingwood and Atascocita as part of their water usage fees to the water authorities, they will be rightfully upset and lose confidence in the original intent of the ground water reduction plans. This is a slippery slope and will harm trust and the continued efforts to convert from ground water to surface water. The Board of directors of this new Drainage district will be appointed by the City of Houston and the Harris County Commissioners Court (Not Elected by the Citizens)

We believe HB2525 & SB1892 will go to the Local Government Committee, chaired by Paul Bettencourt. I would suggest that everyone educate themselves on this issue and be prepared to write letters and testify if needed.

Texas Senate:
Paul Bettencourt, Chairman of the local government committee, (HB2525) & (SB1892)

Water Users Coalition
P.O. Box 325
Cypress, Texas 77410-0325


Residents of Faulkey Gully MUD,

On Thursday, February 18, 2021, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) required our public water system, Faulkey Gully Municipal Utility District to issue a Boil Water Notice (BWN) to our customers.

Our system has taken the necessary corrective actions which include monitoring the disinfection levels and bacteriological quality testing of the water system. The District has provided the TCEQ with testing results which indicate that the water no longer requires boiling effective immediately

We appreciate your cooperation during this extreme winter event. Please continue to conserve water during this event.

If you have any further questions, please contact the District Operator at: (281) 367-5511

Boil Notice Updates

Due to inclement weather conditions, Faulkey Gully Municipal Utility District is under a Boil Water notice until further notice.

To ensure the destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and making ice should be boiled and cooled prior to use. The water should be brought to a vigorous, rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes. In lieu of boiling, you may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source.

When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the water system officials will notify you that the water is safe for consumption. Instructions to discontinue boiling will be issued in the same manner as this notice.

If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc. at (281) 367-5511.

Freezing Temperatures

Freezing temperatures are expected over the coming days. To limit issues that may arise because of the inclement weather, your Water District requests that customers do the following:

  1. Turn off, isolate, and drain your irrigation system and backflow prevention device.
  2. Unhook any outdoor water hoses attached to your faucets.
  3. Wrap outdoor pipes and faucets with foam, rags, or other insulating material. To keep the insulation in place, secure it with string, wire, or tape.
  4. Install insulation or covers over outside water faucets.
  5. Open cabinet doors under your sinks to provide warm air circulation.
  6. Circulate water in your home by allowing at least on sink to drip.
  7. Keep the temperature of your home above 55 degrees.

If a leak is detected inside your home, shut off the water to the house immediately to prevent further damage.

WaterSmart System

Dear Resident,

Faulkey Gully MUD has partnered with WaterSmart Software to offer our residents a modern digital portal where you can access detailed information about your household water use. You can reach the portal on your mobile device or web browser at:

To register for this free service, just enter your billing account number and email address. You can then access all of your utility data as soon as it becomes available each billing period, see how your water use compares to similar sized homes in your neighborhood, and get access to customized recommendations on how you can save water and money.

We hope you take advantage of this exciting new service and look forward to working closely with our residents to make our city more resilient, healthy, and happy!


Faulkey Gully MUD

Error on Water Bills for March Usage

Dear Customer,

The water bill that you received for your March water usage had a calculation error. We have corrected the error and as a result we had to adjust your bill. Customers on auto payment will not be affected.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

Please contact our office at: 281-367-5511 if you have any questions.

Municipal Operations & Consulting, Inc., District Operator

Teleconference Information for Board Meetings

Due to the coronavirus, the Faulkey Gully MUD meeting this month will be held online. The Directors will be at the meeting to confirm a quorum.

You may join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone.

(For supported devices, tap a one-touch number below to join instantly.)

United States: +1 (872) 240-3412

One-Touch: tel:+18722403412,,928453917#

Access Code: 928-453-917

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Our Water is Safe to Drink

The surface water supply of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”) was not affected by City of Houston’s major water line break on Thursday, February 27, 2020.

There will not be a boil water notice issued by the Authority to its customers at this time.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the “TCEQ”) requires that a boil water notice be issued if the water pressure in a public water system falls below the minimum requirement. The surface water the Authority receives from the City of Houston is conveyed from a different water treatment plant via a separate transmission line which never lost its pressure from the major line break.

In addition, the Authority monitors and tests the quality of the water frequently after it reaches the Authority’s facilities to ensure the integrity of the water we provide to our customers.