Drought Contingency Remains in Effect

Dear Remington MUD Residents,

Despite the sporadic rain we’ve received over the past few weeks, our region is remains in a drought. As today is August 1st, the beginning of the driest month of the year, we ask that you continue your efforts to conserve water.

Please limit your outdoor water usage to the following:

  • Sundays and Thursdays for even numbered addresses
  • Saturdays and Wednesdays for odd numbered addresses.

Please limit this outdoor consumption to the hours of 8:00 PM to 6:00 AM.

Every drop counts, and remaining mindful with your water consumption, especially during peak consumption periods (4 am to 8 am and 4 pm to 8 pm), makes a big impact on our community’s water system.

If you see a water leak anywhere in our subdivision please report it immediately by calling (832) 398-8211 or by writing in to MUDCustomerService@Inframark.com.

Voluntary Water Use Restrictions

Dear Residents,

The West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) has requested that all Municipal Utility Districts within its boundaries voluntarily reduce their water usage.

In the event of Mild Drought Conditions, we’re asking residents and other users to voluntarily reduce outdoor water usage as follows:

  • Sundays and Thursdays for even numbered addresses
  • Saturdays and Wednesdays for odd numbered addresses

To help reduce the strain on our water system, please limit your outdoor usage to between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.

While we have had small bouts of rain over the past few days, the overall drought continues to strain our water system and those other systems which help supply us. We ask that you help reduce this stress on our community’s water system by remaining mindful, especially during peak consumption periods (4 a.m. to 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.). Please ensure that your irrigation systems are leak free.

If you see a water leak anywhere in our subdivision please report it immediately by calling (832) 398-8211 or by writing in to MUDCustomerService@Inframark.com.

Unofficial Election Night Results

Richard Cannon was re-elected, and Douglas Miksch was not. Mr. Miksch’s spot on the Board will be filled by Larry Connelly.

Note: These are unofficial results. The official results will be approved at a special Board meeting set to occur next Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. at 16500 Houston National Blvd, Houston, TX 77095.

Collection and Disposal of Recyclable Material

Dear Residents of Remington MUD 1 – please read the following message from Best Trash:

We hope you and your families had a good Thanksgiving.

Best Trash has received several inquiries regarding the collection and disposal of recyclable material. Please note that Best Trash will always have a three person recycle crew. The recycle crew consists of a driver and two people in the back to collect the contents of the recycle cart from the curb. The recyclable material is dumped into a rear-load truck that looks exactly like the trash truck.

The recycle crew is dedicated to collecting only recyclable material so that when the recycle truck arrives at the recycling facility, it can be separated for processing. If you want additional information or have more questions or concerns about our services, please submit them directly to customerservice@besttrashtexas.com.

New Trash Collection Provider

Effective November 22nd, Best Trash will be your new trash and recycle collection provider.

Trash will be collected Monday and Thursday.

Recycle will be split in the District:

  • Residents to the East of Queenston Boulevard will have recycle collection Monday.
  • Residents to the West of Queenston Boulevard will have recycle collection on Thursday.
    (Thursday recycle collection begins Thursday, December 2, 2021 because there is no collection on Thanksgiving Day.)

Best Trash will provide one 48-gallon recycle cart. New recycle carts will be delivered the week of November 15th. Do not use Best Trash recycle carts until November 22nd.

Please have trash and recycling out by 7:00 a.m.

Please see attached document showing collection guidelines and District split for recycle collection.

Detention Pond Sites

Greetings from the Board of Directors of your MUD. Please note that any orange construction fencing or other markings of areas in detention ponds in the MUD are not permanent. The MUD is evaluating the conditions of certain detention ponds.

The MUD owns and operates the detention pond sites for the primary purpose of providing stormwater detention and drainage services to property owners in the district. The static level of water in certain detention ponds and any recreational facilities on those sites (e.g., walking trails, benches, and hard-edged shorelines)are there for amenity and aesthetics purposes which are the responsibility of the HOA.

Please be careful if you enter the detention pond sites where the public is allowed. See the map on our website to see which areas the public is allowed or prohibited from entering. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the MUD or its consultants through the email addresses provided on this website.

IMPORTANT – Report Plumbing Problems to the MUD

If you are experiencing an issue with your water or sewer service or another urgent issue, please call the MUD Operator’s 24 Hour Customer Service Line at (281) 398-8211 and a representative will assist you immediately. Please do not use the contact form on the website for urgent matters.