COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Municipal Utility Districts are purposeful in serving the community providing the residents of the district with public utilities such as electricity, natural gas, sewage treatment, waste collection/management, and water.  But it takes a special group of leaders among MUD Boards to provide extra accommodations, support, and relations to their community.  
Northwest Harris County MUD 24 is doing just that.

Here are some of the recent things Northwest 24 is doing for their community and residents.


As a service to give back to the community and serve the elderly, Northwest Harris County MUD No. 24 holds a free senior citizens program on the first Tuesday of every month called Seniors in Action.  The Program is available to adults aged 50+ and includes a free lunch prepared and cooked by a professional chef, as well as advice, education, & guidance counseling in order to assist our elderly citizens on health & life insurance, invest their money wisely for the future, and provide excellent medical advice on healthy living & lifestyles.  It is put on free of charge by the board of directors for Northwest Harris County MUD No. 24.  

SEATING IS LIMITED FOR SENIORS IN ACTION

TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT,  
CALL OUR GENERAL MANAGER CLARENCE MILLER: 281-781-8158
 

For assistance with directions to the admin building as well as contacting the district if you have any questions, 
please visit the Admin Building page

10-6-2015
Senior Citizens Program "Will" Presentation Brochures (PDF Format):
(Click on the following below to open.  Once open click on the "Save" icon to download the PDF's)


 

Due to the storms & flooding in April of 2016, some residents of the district suffered total loss of power and did not have electricity.  Northwest Harris County MUD No. 24 Board Member Clarence Miller was proactive in passing out free water to the community.


The district is also actively working to keep it clean and free of graphiti and taking on the expenses of making sure any graphiti is removed. 
Northwest 24 Hosted an event for the Fallbrook College Preparatory Academy.  The Board of Directors and Consultants provided of the District Water Plant for the school, provided lunch for about 180 students, and welcomed the Northwest Volunteer Fire Department to speak to the students about safety as well as provide a tour of one of one their tanker trucks. For more pictures of this event, click on the Admin Building events tab at the top of the page.


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Northwest Harris County MUD #24 was honored by Girl Scout Troop #13383 for their outstanding support of the troop.   President William Puder accepted the award on behalf of Northwest Harris County MUD #24.
 
Northwest 24 has recently given authorization to Sergeant McGowan and the Harris County Sheriff's Office (H.C.S.O.) to hold their monthly meeting for their Motorist Assistance Program (M.A.P.).  The HCSO’s M.A.P. is a free program designed to assist stranded motorists on all Harris County area freeways.  Officers of M.A.P. meet at the Northwest Harris County MUD 24 Administrative & Activities Building once a month to discuss and strategize on how to continue to help Harris County motorists.  Triple A (AAA) often show up to these meetings as well to speak about road hazards and different safety matters.Officers & M.A.P. members have roll call and are provided monthly basic vehicle inspections during their meeting.Verizon Wireless also provides cell phones for the Officers to use and utilize on the job.

For assistance please call: 713-CALL-MAP  (713-225-5627)  or  *627 (for Verizon Wireless customers only)

Here are some monthly M.A.P. meeting photo's at the Administration & Activities Building
(Click on an image to expand it to a larger size)
 
Northwest MUD 24 also offers the Admin & Activities Building for free once a month to the Ash Creek Home Owners Association                   (a residential zone of the district) to hold their monthly H.O.A. meeting.

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The Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition has been granted access to hold their monthly meeting as well. Greens Bayou Corridor Coalition  seeks to benefit the economy and enhance the quality of life for the 400,000 residents in the Greens Bayou watershed through flood mitigation, parks and trails development, and economic development. 

For more information please visit: http://greensbayou.org

Northwest Harris County MUD 24 is a part of the Association of Water Board Directors' (A.W.B.D) Water Smart program.  The program is designed to raise awareness with the residents of Texas on how to conserve water, saving everyone money.

Northwest Harris County MUD 24 is also planning to hold an annual client appreciation Barbecue.  
More details on this will be announced in the next coming months.

For more information on reserving and booking the Administrative & Activities Building for your organization, company, or personal needs please click here.

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District Office:  2800 Post Oak Blvd. Ste. 4100  Houston, TX 77056
Office: 832-390-2268    Fax: 832-390-2350

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