Urgent Alert: Stage I Drought Declared in Harris County UD No. 6

ATTENTION: A Stage I Drought has been initiated in Harris County UD No. 6.

Due to ongoing drought conditions, Harris County UD No. 6 has initiated Stage 1 (voluntary) water conservation measures and is requesting that all water users reduce their usage immediately.

Stage 1 (Voluntary) water user restrictions in place:

  1. District residents and other users of water within the District with even-numbered addresses may water outdoors only on even-numbered days, and District residents and other users of water within the District with odd-numbered addresses may water outdoors only on odd-numbered days. District residents and other users of water within the District with irrigation controllers that do not have an even-odd option may use potable water outdoors no more than every other day.
  2. Potable water should not be used outdoors for irrigation or other uses in the morning between the hours of 6:00 am and 10:00 am, and in the evening between the hours of 6:00 pm and 12:00 am (midnight).

Please click here to view the water usage restrictions for this stage. Failure to comply with water usage restrictions may result in fines or other penalties. You will be notified if a change in the drought stage occurs.

New Payment Address

If payments are made via your bank online bill pay, please update your online bill pay address and verify your account number to avoid any payment processing delays.

New PO Box Update

Harris County UD#6
P O Box 4728 Dept 60006
Houston, TX 77210-4728

It is also important to keep updated information on file. We ask that you please take the time to update your information. Including your email address by contacting our customer service department at MUDCustomerService@Inframark.com.


No Boil Water Notice for HCUD 6

There is no boil water notice in effect for HCUD #6 residents or businesses. The City of Houston has issued a Boil Water Notice for their water system and other systems effected by the City’s issue. While local media (and social media) are reporting boil water notices for the City and those other Water Districts in our area, these notices do not pertain to HCUD #6 receivers, as the District maintains independent water production facilities. Again, HCUD #6 is not currently under a Boil Water Notice.

In the event a Boil Water Notice needs to be issued for our community, notification will be provided. For immediate and up-to-date 24/7 information, you can always reach out to Inframark’ s 24-hour Customer Service line at (281)579-4500.

Water Outage Notice

A water main and valve repairs will be performed at 4410 Pine Mountain Court on January 20, 2022. We estimate 41 homes will experience water outage during this period.

We apologize in advance for the inconvenience, should you need additional information, please contact our customer service department at 281 578 4200 or Mirna Bonilla-Odums at 281 967 1761.

Water Outage

Water service line damaged affecting Juniper Grove, Hidden Acres, and parts of Green Trail. No ETA on water restoration available at this time.

Main Water Line Break – 6/4/21 at 3 pm

A main water line at 15817 Rippling Water and Boulder Oaks Drive in Bear Creek Village has been hit causing a main break. Water outage is expected in the area. Crews are on site making repairs. Check the website for updates.

Conservation Tips

The average person uses 50 – 75 gallons of water every day. Becoming waste conscious you can reduce your usage. Saving water saves money and also helps protect our most precious resource.

These are some practical water conservation tips:

  • Wash only full loads in your washing machine and dishwasher.
  • Do not run water continuously when washing dishes by hand.
  • Attach low-flow faucet aerators to faucets.
  • Take short showers instead of baths. A full bath requires approximately 36 gallons of water. A five minute shower using a low-flow restrictor will use 15 – 25 gallons.
  • Install low-flow shower heads and toilets. Low flow toilets typically use 1/2 the water of a standard toilet.
  • Don’t leave the water running while brushing your teeth and/or shaving.
  • Check for leaking faucets and toilets and repair them. A leaking tap, dripping once per second, wastes six gallons of water a day. A leaking toilet can waste up to 5,000 gallons per day.
  • Use a nozzle on your hose that will stop the water flow when appropriate.
  • Use a broom, not a hose, to clean driveways and sidewalks.
  • Store drinking water in the refrigerator, rather than allowing the tap to run for a cold glass of water.