Water Connection and Boil Water Notice

Work is progressing on the CyCreekUD project to replace aging water lines. Starting on Monday, April 12, workers will begin to switch lateral water lines over to the new main lines for addresses listed below. This requires turning off water for several hours, on a block-by-block basis, to reconnect the lines. When that work is completed, testing is required to verify that the water is safe to drink. That testing takes about 24-48 hours. After water is tested and approved, the BOIL WATER NOTICE will be rescinded. See details below.

The following addresses will be affected by water outages on Monday, April 12, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm:

  • 10702 – 10823 Dunbrook

Watch for Notices on Your Front Door

One side of the notice is about the water outage and the other side will include a BOIL WATER NOTICE. The boil water notice will likely be in effect 24-48 hours.

Boil Water Notice Rescinded

Work on water service lines at the addresses shown below has been completed and we have received satisfactory test results for the water and are putting notices on the doors to rescind the Boil Water Notice. The following addresses were affected, and may now use water as usual.

  • 10902-10919 Brentway
  • 10902-10915 Archmont

Watch for Rescinding Notices on Your Front Door

Cypress Creek Utility District would like to thank you for your cooperation during the water outage and boil water notification period.

We have received satisfactory results that the water is safe, and we are issuing the Boil Water Rescind Notice.

Water Connection and Boil Water Notice

Work is progressing on the CyCreekUD project to replace aging water lines. Starting on Tuesday, April 6, workers will begin to switch lateral water lines over to the new main lines for addresses listed below. This requires turning off water for several hours, on a block-by-block basis, to reconnect the lines. When that work is completed, testing is required to verify that the water is safe to drink. That testing takes about 24-48 hours. After water is tested and approved, the BOIL WATER NOTICE will be rescinded. See details below.

The following addresses will be affected by water outages on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm:

  • 10902 – 10919 Brentway and 10902 – 10915 Archmont

Watch for Notices on Your Front Door

One side of the notice is about the water outage and the other side will include a BOIL WATER NOTICE. The boil water notice will likely be in effect 24-48 hours.

Water Connection and Boil Water Notice

Work is progressing on the CyCreekUD project to replace aging water lines. Starting on Monday, workers will begin to switch lateral water lines over to the new main lines for addresses listed below. This requires turning off water for several hours, on a block-by-block basis, to reconnect the lines. When that work is completed, testing is required to verify that the water is safe to drink. That testing takes about 24-48 hours. After water is tested and approved, the BOIL WATER NOTICE will be rescinded. See details below.

The following addresses will be affected by water outages on Monday, March 29, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm:

  • 10902 – 10914 Dunbrook and 10902 – 10939 Creektree

Watch for Notices on Your Front Door

One side of the notice is about the water outage and the other side will include a BOIL WATER NOTICE. The boil water notice will likely be in effect 24-48 hours.

Boil Water Notice Rescinded

Work on water service lines at the addresses shown below has been completed and we have received satisfactory test results for the water and are putting notices on the doors to rescind the Boil Water Notice. The following addresses were affected, and may now use water as usual.

  • 10702 to 10823 Creektree

Watch for Rescinding Notices on Your Front Door

Cypress Creek Utility District would like to thank you for your cooperation during the water outage and boil water notification period.

We have received satisfactory results that the water is safe, and we are issuing the Boil Water Rescind Notice.

Rate Increase April 1st

by Terry Dildy

Effective April 1st, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) will be raising the rates that it charges the Cypress Creek Utility District (the District). Accordingly, the District is passing through this rate increase.

Therefore the NHCRWA charge on your water bill will increase from $4.68 to $5.06 per 1,000 gallons of water consumed on your water bill. Currently, the average monthly residential NHCRWA fee for CCUD residents is about $28.17. With the new rate structure, it will be about $30.46, a $2.29 increase.

Increases in NHCRWA rates are related to conversion from well water to surface water to stop subsidence. The North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) was formed in 1999 for the sole purpose “to develop and implement a strategy for complying with Harris-Galveston Subsidence District’s Regulatory Plan that requires a reduction in groundwater usage to no more than 20 percent of total water demand by the year 2035.”

Since the NHCRWA is not a taxing authority, the cost to convert from well water to surface water (our future water source) is passed on to the residents in the monthly utility bill. But the NHCRWA fee is not for CCUD only. The NHCRWA covers 335 square miles: west of 290, the Harris County line on the north (Spring Creek), Cypress Creek Parkway and Bammel-North Houston on the south and the western shores of Lake Houston on the east. This area includes approximately 710,000 residents.

For more information, the NHCRWA website and below video explain pretty well what is happening with water rates:

That explains the increase in water rates. But there are other reasons why your water bill may have taken a big jump – a water leak or sudden increase in usage (e.g. watering the lawn). After reviewing your monthly bill, if you still have questions about your bill, call the CCUD operators and they will assist you.

Boil Water Notice Rescinded

Work on water service lines at the addresses shown below has been completed and we have received satisfactory test results for the water and are putting notices on the doors to rescind the Boil Water Notice. The following addresses were affected, and may now use water as usual.

  • 10702 to 10827 Brentway

Watch for Rescinding Notices on Your Front Door

Cypress Creek Utility District would like to thank you for your cooperation during the water outage and boil water notification period.

We have received satisfactory results that the water is safe, and we are issuing the Boil Water Rescind Notice.

Water Connection and Boil Water Notice

Work is progressing on the CyCreekUD project to replace aging water lines. Starting on Monday, workers will begin to switch lateral water lines over to the new main lines for addresses listed below. This requires turning off water for several hours, on a block-by-block basis, to reconnect the lines. When that work is completed, testing is required to verify that the water is safe to drink. That testing takes about 24-48 hours. After water is tested and approved, the BOIL WATER NOTICE will be rescinded. See details below.

The following addresses will be affected by water outages on Monday, March 29, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm:

  • 10702 to 10823 Creektree

Watch for Notices on Your Front Door

One side of the notice is about the water outage and the other side will include a BOIL WATER NOTICE. The boil water notice will likely be in effect 24-48 hours.

Boil Water Notice Rescinded

Work on water service lines at the addresses shown below has been completed and we have received satisfactory test results for the water and are putting notices on the doors to rescind the Boil Water Notice. The following addresses were affected, and may now use water as usual.

  • 10503 to 10626 Archmont

Watch for Rescinding Notices on Your Front Door

Cypress Creek Utility District would like to thank you for your cooperation during the water outage and boil water notification period.

We have received satisfactory results that the water is safe, and we are issuing the Boil Water Rescind Notice.

Water Connection and Boil Water Notice

Work is progressing on the CyCreekUD project to replace aging water lines. Starting on Monday, workers will begin to switch water service lines over to the new main lines for addresses listed below. This requires turning off water for several hours, on a block-by-block basis, to reconnect the lines. When that work is completed, testing is required to verify that the water is safe to drink. That testing takes about 24-48 hours. After water is tested and approved, the BOIL WATER NOTICE will be rescinded. See details below.

The following addresses will be affected by water outages on Monday, March 22, 2021, from 9 am to 2 pm:

  • 10702 to 10827 Archmont

Watch for Notices on Your Front Door

One side of the notice is about the water outage and the other side will include a BOIL WATER NOTICE. The boil water notice will likely be in effect 24-48 hours.