Welcome to Willow Point MUD

Willow Point Municipal Utility District (the "District") is a MUD created in 1987 by order of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The District contains approximately 412 acres of land and is located in both Fort Bend and Waller Counties.

The District has constructed and operates water, sanitary sewer, drainage facilities, street lighting, and roads to serve its residents.

Latest News

Aug 11, 2022

What is Flushable vs. What is Not Flushable

Many homeowners ask the question, what is flushable and what is not flushable?

Aug 8, 2022

Resident Notice - City of Katy Water System

Dear residents, it has come to our attention the City of Katy has elevated to and implemented Stage 2 of their Drought Contingency Plan, making it mandatory to restrict water usage. This notification applies only to residents and businesses who receive water from the City of Katy infrastructure.

Aug 4, 2022

Trail Lighting Update

As keen-eyed residents may have noticed, Willow Point Municipal Utility District (WPMUD) is receiving new trail lighting within the District boundaries during the coming weeks.

Jul 28, 2022

August 4th Special Meeting Notice

The Willow Point Municipal Utility District (Willow Point MUD) Board of Directors will be having a public meeting in-person and by ZOOM audio/video conference to discuss district business. Members of the public may participate in the meeting via telephone conference call.

Jul 15, 2022

Water Conservation Notice

Notice to Residents: According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, Fort Bend County is currently in a state of severe and extreme drought. Due to the extreme water demand in our district and the need for water conservation, Willow Point MUD has enacted Stage 1 of their Drought Response Plan

Jul 12, 2022

Burn Ban in Effect in Fort Bend County

On Tuesday, June 21, Fort Bend County Commissioners Court called a special meeting to address the ongoing drought issue in our region. This special meeting addressed the widespread drought conditions in the county and immediately put into effect a burn ban.

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