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HCMUD 148 is currently NOT under a boil water notice. The City of Houston notice does not impact this District.
Water officials are asking people to stop their dripping faucets — a measure aimed at avoiding a pipe freeze — now in the wake of severe weather.
At this time, meteorologist Jeff Lindner with Harris County said the importance of stopping the drip is two-fold: Temperatures are no longer at levels that will result in pipes freezing and pressure on water systems is “dangerously low” due to broken pipes and power outages. He said it’s important for everyone to conserve as much water as possible.
Please help maintain the stability of the water system and minimize water usage as much as possible.
Harris County MUD 148 gave 150 families in the District toys for Christmas this year. Thanks to all sponsors. Thanks to all of the volunteers. And thank you to the non-profit organization, Every One Counts, that put this on for the district. “Community First “ is our motto.
Bobby Roberson, President
On December 12th, 2020, Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 148 partnered with the Houston Food Bank to distribute food to over 500 families. Participation in this event included the Board of Directors, District Consultants, and community volunteers. For their hard work the District and Board of Directors received a certificate of appreciation from State Rep. Harold Dutton.
State Representative Harold Dutton presented President Calvet Shelley and MUD 148 with a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service for their contributions to the State of Texas and the residents of the District during COVID-19. Calvet Shelley and MUD 148 serve over 3,000 seniors and 20,000 families in the community.