June 9, 2020
Re: Service changes during COVID 19
At WCA, our highest priority continues to be the health and well-being of our customers and staff during this pandemic. We have had three drivers from our North Houston Hauling Division test positive for the COVID-19 virus. Pre cautioning accordance with recommend guidelines, the helpers and other drivers who have been in close contact with these drivers have been quarantined.
Due to this situation, we are currently servicing household waste placed at the curb. Anything outside the cart or can is considered bulk or heavy trash.
Bulk or heavy trash service is suspended, but will resume on Monday, June 15th.
Recycling service is suspended, but will resume will resume Monday, June 15th.
Back door service is suspended, but will resume on Monday, June 15th.
Please note: If your community was serviced on a day that was not your normal service day, for example this past weekend June 6th and 7th or on Monday, June 8th, you will receive service for household waste on your normal schedule service day.
If there are any changes, you will be notified.
WCA Waste services made these decisions in furtherance of our health and safety commitment to our community and the WCA family. We thank you for your partnership and for your patience and continued trust in WCA/VF Waste Services.
Please take care and be safe.
Thank you WCA North Houston Hauling Management
Harris County Municipal Utility District #23 is in the process of rehabilitating our waste water treatment plant on White Oak Bayou that was built in the 1970’s. The rehab project is expected to be completed in 2020.
Did you know there are four (4) active MUD 23’s? This is Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 23, which encompasses the subdivisions of Woodland Trails West and Courtyard Glen. It is generally located at the Northeast quadrant of the intersection of Fairbanks North Houston and Fairbanks White Oak going North to Breen Rd. We are about 2 miles North of Hwy. 290. There are other MUD 23’s that can be confusing such as Northwest Harris County MUD No. 23, Brazoria County MUD No. 23 and a Fort Bend County MUD No. 23.
The District began to purchase water from the City of Houston in the fourth quarter of 2006, in order to comply with the groundwater reduction requirements of the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District. This infusion of City water into the District’s water supply system required the treatment of all District water with chloramines, the same treatment process used by the City. This made our water supply compatible with City water and minimized transitional water quality issues associated with this transition. For more information please check out the Water-Wise page.
Please don’t put yard clippings in the storm sewers. Report violators to 713-920-2831.
Also, if you are looking for a place to have your next party, reception or meeting, check out our building rental page. CLICK HERE
For information to pay your MUD taxes on-line or other information concerning your MUD taxes, please go to www.equitaxinc.com or call Equi-Tax Inc. 281-444-3946.