Temporary Shut Down of Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant

As you may be aware, residents in Colony Lakes and Pebble Creek are provided with water from the City of Missouri City’s (“City”) surface water plant. As part of the City’s planned expansion of the water plant to double the water supply capacity, the City has notified the District serving these communities that a planned shut-down of the City’s water plant will take place from May 4 through May 7, 2020, to prepare the site for future construction. The shutdown impact area is depicted in the map included in this notice. During this temporary shut-down, the District will utilize groundwater wells to provide adequate water supplies to its residents.

At this time, the District does not anticipate any issues regarding water quality or disruption of service. However, the City has notified the District that based on previous experience, some residents may detect subtle changes in the taste or odor of water when this switch is made. The City and the District monitor and test water quality daily to ensure that water being delivered to residents meets all applicable standards related to drinking water.

If you have any concerns regarding your water, please contact the District’s operator at 832-490-1600.

SWTP Shutdown Impact Area