What is a MUD?
A Municipal Utility District (MUD) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas authorized by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to provide water, sewage, and other services within the MUD boundaries.

How does a MUD work?
The publically elected Board of Directors manages and controls all of the affairs of the MUD subject to the continuing supervision of the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality. The Board establishes policies in the interest of its residents and utility customers. A MUD may adopt and enforce all necessary charges, fees and taxes in order to provide district facilities and service.


Harris County Municipal Utility District 61
IMPORTANT NOTICE  Please read these terms carefully before using this site:  The content contained in this website is provided by Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 61 for informal informational purposes only.  This website and the information contained herein should not be relied upon or used as current information for the purposes of securities disclosure about the District, its financial condition, the bonds of the District, or property in the District.  Persons should not rely upon information in this website when considering whether to buy, sell, or hold bonds issued by the District or whether to buy, sell, or hold property within the District.  The District files official continuing disclosure information at least annually in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission.  The District assumes no duty to update any information in this website at any time.
The State of Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts has awarded Harris County MUD 61 the Platinum Leadership award for financial transparency. This is the fifth year in a row for Harris County MUD 61 to recieve this highest ranking.   HC MUD 61 is currently the only MUD to be awarded this recognition.


PLEASE NOTE: HARRIS COUNTY MUD 61 IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH HARRIS COUNTY FRESH WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT 61 IN THE CYPRESS AREA


Contact Us or go to Financial Transparency Web Page
To learn more about Leadership in financial transparency please click on the following link: http://www.texastransparency.org/Local_Government/Leadership_Circle/
Harris County Municipal Utility District # 61 will have two director positions up for election in November.  Below is information regarding how to file to run for a position as well as deadlines.  Specific filing documents and more information may be obtained through the MUD 61 attorney listed on the contact tab.

2014_Election_Filing.pdf