Welcome to the Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District#5
The District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas, operating pursuant to Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code. The District was created December 3, 1974 and currently encompasses approximately 2,642 acres of land, including 20 sub-divisions, and over 7,000 residences.
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Election Documents posted
NWHC MUD 5 Bond election – Tuesday, May 1, 2021
Northwest Harris County MUD No. 5 is committed to reducing water waste and to reducing demands on our water distribution system.
Please see the Water Usage Flyer for more information.
Trails System Updates:
New Update – April 12, 2021
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Completed trails near Telge Road
NWHCMUD #5 kicked off the construction of over 5 miles of trails in 2020 as the first phase of implementing several planned trail projects. These trails include three pedestrian bridges as well as an undercrossing at Faulkey Gully to facilitate safe crossing of pedestrians under Spring Cypress Road. Once complete, this first phase will connect 10 area neighborhoods and create a much needed amenity for District residents. The District is also currently working on an extension of the Phase 1 trails along Faulkey Gully to connect both east and west from the newly installed Faulkey Gully Bridge. Wayfinding signage and trail nodes will be installed in the next few months.
In May 2021 the District will hold an election fo authorize $30,000,000 in park bonds to develop and construct more trails and amenities throughout the District.
FAIRWOOD BRIDGE INSTALLED
Construction of the Phase 1 trails project is progressing. Two bridges have been installed, one across Faulkey Gully near Lakes of Northpointe and another one across a drainage channel in Fairwood. Sidewalk segments are being completed along Spring Cypress Road although there are a few gaps where the contractor is coordinating with private utility companies for adjustments. Over the next several weeks the contractor will continue with walks in Indian Trails and into Lakes of Northpointe. Signage and trail nodes are being coordinated.