Birnamwood III, IV & V, Villages of Spring Oaks, section of Birnamwood 2 of the Birnam Wood-Fairfax community

Our drinking water is obtained from Ground water sources. It comes from the Gulf Coast Aquifers. TCEQ will be reviewing all of Texas? drinking water sources. The source water assessment process will be completed in three years. It is important to protect your drinking water by protecting your water source.

Board of Directors

(from left) Kathleen Harrison, Ernie Garcia, Matt Fagerburg, Tom Sprague & Shannon Cobb

Charlie Gant Park

Group photo of former Board of Directors
(from left) Charlie Gant, Matt Fagerburg, Tom Spraue, Ernesto Rodriguez, Lt. Escobar & Robert Bosworth - March 2009.

A Municipal Utility District, or "MUD" for short, is a special governmental entity of the State of Texas. Regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the principal functions of a MUD are to finance, construct, own and operate waterworks, wastewater and drainage facilities and to provide utility services to the customers of the district. A MUD is empowered to levy taxes, charge for services, condemn property, operate and own park land, enforce restrictive covenants and make regulations to accomplish it purposes.

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Link to Patty Potty


Last Update:  June 6, 2018

Types of Equipment Recycled by R.A.K.I Computers

Certificate for Resolution

2016 Drinking Water Report

June 12, 2018 Agenda

Important Numbers

Constable Precinct #4 281-376-3472
Sheriff's Department713-221-6000

District Annoucements

September 8, 2017


Your WCA & VF Waste Haulers are excited to announce that all our Operations are back up to full speed and ready to service our customers. There are still certain areas that are affected by Hurricane Harvey and we will continue to monitor those areas.


WCA & VF Residential Customers: Normal service which includes trash, recycling, yard waste and bulk will resume on Monday, September 11, 2017. Customers in Hunters Creek (Bear Creek) still have streets with standing water. We are not able to service some of the homes yet.


No storm debris will be removed at this time by our rear load trucks and crews. We do have disaster relief programs available. Please contact your MUD, or HOA. They have been provided with options for WCA to help with the cleanup.


WCA Commercial and Industrial Customers: Our commercial and industrial collection service is operating and servicing all of the accounts that we can safely get to. Please make sure that we have access to the container so that we can provide the service.

We will collect trash from the following businesses on a prioritized basis: hospitals, churches, apartments, convenient stores, and hotels. We are back to “near” normal operations. Please check back for updates.

Thank you for your business and patience.




WCA/VF Waste Services

District Resources

Water & Sewer Services
For Information or service call 281-350-0895

Garbage Service

For Information or service call 281-368-8397

Collection Dates:   Every Wednesday & Saturday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., excluding Holidays.

Curbside Pick Up: - Everything should be placed at the curb in cans or bags, boxes flattened into bundles, and branches tied into bundles no more than 5ft in length and no more than 3ft in diameter.

Heavy Pick Up: - 2nd pickup day of the week (Saturday). Heavy pick up includes items such as large appliances, furniture, and yard equipment. Refrigeration equipment must have an attached certification sticker indicating a certified technician properly recovered the Freon.

Special Pick Up: - Anything not usually picked up such as carpet, paints, bricks, sheetrock, building debris, concrete or pallets will have an additional charge. Call 281-368-8397 for estimate, payment and pickup plans.

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Board of Directors

President: Tom Sprague
Vice President: Matt Fagerburg
Assistant Secretary / Treasurer / Investment Officer: Kathleen Harrison
Director: Patti Blackburn
Secretary: Connie MaGee