The Board of Directors of Harris County MUD No. 152 is pleased to announce that the 2013 tax rate will remain at $0.37 per $100 of assessed valuation.
Harris County Municipal Utility District
No. 152 (the “District”) was created by an
Order of the Texas Water Rights Commission,
presently know as the Texas Commission on
Environmental Quality (the “Commission”),
effective December 29, 1976. Pursuant to the
provisions of Chapters 49 and 54 of the
Texas Water Code, the District is empowered
to purchase, operate,
maintain all facilities, plants and
improvements necessary to provide water,
sanitary sewer service, and storm sewer
drainage for the residents of the District.
The District, which contains
approximately 725 acres of land, is located
in the northeastern portion of Harris County
approximately 25 miles from the downtown
business area of Houston. The District is
west of West Lake Houston Parkway and
bounded on the north by Atascocita Road.
The District operates two water plants.
Water Plant Number One consists of one 1,500
gallons per minute (“gpm”) water well,
840,000 gallons of ground storage tank
capacity, booster pumps totaling 4,500 gpm
capacity, 40,000 gallons of pressure tank
capacity, and appurtenant equipment. Water
Plant Number Two consists of one 1,250 gpm
water well, 500,000 gallons of ground
storage tank capacity, booster pumps
totaling 3,000 gpm capacity, 20,000 gallons
of pressure tank capacity, and appurtenant
Permanent wastewater treatment for the
entire Atascocita and Walden on Lake Houston
developments (Harris County MUD Nos. 46,
106, 109, 132, 151, 152, and 153) is
provided by the Atascocita Central
Wastewater Treatment Plant.