Garbage Collection Changes for Woodland Trails West and Courtyard Glenn

Harris County Mud #23 which handles garbage collection in Woodland Trails West and Courtyard Glenn is announcing a temporary change in garbage pickup rules. There is now a limit on items that are outside of the cart or can used for household waste. This refers to bulk or heavy items and yard waste (either a bag or bundle). There is a limit of two items that WCA will pick up outside of the cart or can. WCA will pick up what you put in your trash cans plus two additional items such as trash bags and or bundled items.

WCA also will not be picking up any carpet for the time being. Our garbage contractors are dealing with Covid-19 Corona virus within their staff. This has caused a staffing problem. In order to deal with this problem they are putting a temporary limit on the number of items they pick up. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes you.

Please take care and be safe throughout the remainder of this event.

Directors Election Postponed

The Directors election scheduled for May 2, 2020 has been postponed until November 3, 2020.

HC MUD 23 Notice of Postponement of Election

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.

Harris County Municipal Utility District 23 Treatment Plant Rehab
Harris County Municipal Utility District 23 Treatment Plant Rehab
Harris County Municipal Utility District 23 Treatment Plant Rehab
Harris County Municipal Utility District 23 Treatment Plant Rehab

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.

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