Update: Stage 1 Drought Restrictions Lifted for Bridgeland Community Following Successful Water Conservation Efforts

Stage 2 of the Drought Contingency Plan (“DCP”) for the Bridgeland community was rescinded on October 10, 2023, with Stage 1 continuing in effect. The target for Stage 1 was a 10% water usage reduction. We are happy to report that the target for Stage 1 has been achieved for 7 straight days. Therefore, Stage 1 of the DCP and related voluntary water use restrictions are rescinded.

We encourage residents to continue irrigating on alternate days (Even addresses Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday; Odd addresses Saturday, Monday Wednesday). For more information on how to program your sprinkler controller, please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUoir-wk2Yc or your MUD District websites (Bridgeland Districts).

Please reach out to Inframark’s Customer Service department at (281) 579-4500 if you have any questions or concerns. The MUD Districts would like to thank residents for their cooperation.


Harris County MUD No. 418
Harris County MUD No. 419
Harris County MUD No. 489
Harris County MUD No. 490
Harris County MUD No. 491
Harris County MUD No. 493

Hurricane Preparedness

Dear Bridgeland MUD Residents:

Please be advised, Texas Hurricane Season for 2023 will begin on June 1. We encourage residents to plan ahead to be safe in an emergency. Prepare now for the risks associated with storm weather and be ready to act when alerted by emergency officials.

Here are a few tips to help you prepare in the event of a hurricane:

  • Have an emergency plan and review with household members,
  • Stock up on supplies (water, batteries, first aid, nonperishables, etc.),
  • Bring items that can be easily picked up by wind indoors,
  • Close windows, doors, and hurricane shutters,
  • Fill vehicles and any additional cans with gas,
  • Pay attention to emergency broadcasts,
  • Have a plan for animals and plants; and
  • Move your vehicle to driveway or high ground.

In the event of an emergency, the best way to receive MUD related communications is through notifications distributed via HOA email & text alerts or visit your MUD website (www.bridgelanddistricts.org).


Harris County MUD No. 490

Free Residential Document Shred Event

For: Bridgeland Residents

Sponsored by:

  • Harris County MUD No. 419
  • Harris County MUD No. 489
  • Harris County MUD No. 490
  • Republic Services

When: Saturday, May 13, 2023 – RAIN or SHINE

Time: 9 a.m. until Noon (or until the truck is full)

Location: Oak Meadow Park, 17330 House & Hahl Road, Cypress, Texas 77433


The car line will be going one way. Pull your car into the line. Please no walk ups. When you reach the Shred-it Truck someone will take your boxes/bags of paper documents, place the documents into the bin, and will return the boxes and bags to you. The event will begin at 9 a.m. and run until Noon or until the truck is full. The Shred-it Truck has a maximum capacity of 7 tons.

Acceptable Items Include

  • All paper products such as notebook paper, magazines, tax documents, newspapers, paper folders, etc.
  • All metal you can easily bend with your fingers is acceptable (staples, paper clips, thin metal brads in paper folders)

Unacceptable Items Include

  • NO Three-ring binders or binder clips or large metal objects (these items are a fire hazard for the shredding machine)
  • NO Wet paper or plastics or pressurized containers
  • NO Hard drives, CDs or disks of any kind, video tapes/film reels or ink cartridges/toners
  • NO Cardboard boxes or cardboard tubes or other cardboard items
  • No Batteries or electrical items
  • No Syringes

Water Supply Restored

Water Supply from the WHCRWA has been restored. Our water conservation efforts helped the area’s surface water system recover quickly and we appreciate everyone’s support.
The community is operating at normal capacity. You can return to normal water use.

WHCRWA Not Receiving Water from City at This Time – Please Conserve Water

Bridgeland MUD Residents:

Please be advised, Inframark has received the below notice from the West Harris County Regional Water Authority.

“The City of Houston is currently experiencing high demand in their system. Out of an abundance of caution, we are going to shut down the WHCRWA water supply temporarily to help reduce demand while they troubleshoot leaks and other items that may be causing issues.”

With the loss in supply, it is recommended to prepare for a possible boil water notice and possible interruption in service. We will keep you notified as we continue to monitor the system. Please sign up for your local MUDs email distribution.

Thank you,

Bridgeland MUD #418, 419, 489, and 490 MUD Directors

WHCRWA Requests a Voluntary Reduction in Water Usage

The West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) continues to monitor the impacts of this freeze event and is anticipating a reduction in surface water delivery from the City of Houston.

The WHCRWA requests your assistance by voluntarily reducing water usage. Please conserve water as much as possible as we navigate this weather event.