The boil water notice for Harris County MUD 419 was rescinded. The water is now safe to consume.
For Who: Bridgeland Residents
Sponsored by: Harris County MUD No. 419, Harris County MUD No. 489, Republic Services
When: Saturday, March 20, 2021 – RAIN or SHINE
Time: 9 a.m. until Noon (or until the truck is full)
Location: Lakeland Activity Center
16902 Bridgeland Landing Drive, 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
Dear District Resident,
Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 419 (“MUD 419”) will soon undertake a drainage and erosion repair project within Lakeland Village along the south side of House Hahl Trail east of Shorelands Road.
A steep, sloped ditch currently runs along the south side of House Hahl Trail east of Shorelands Road. This ditch drains the trail and adjacent properties. The ditch has eroded over time and now holds water, creating numerous issues for residents. The repair project will replace the existing ditch with an underground storm sewer line with surface mounted inlets every 100 feet. An overflow swale will also be constructed to intercept and divert water to the lake system during extreme rain events.
Project construction currently scheduled to commence in mid-January 2021. The repair project will begin with the removal of trees within the existing ditch and side slope. Resident fences will not be removed or relocated. After clearing, the underground storm sewer pipe and inlets will be installed. The contractor will then fill the ditch and shape the overflow swale. Finally, the project area will be graded and stabilized with hydromulch. Active construction lasting approximately 30 days, depending on weather conditions.