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.

The content contained in this web site is provided by Harris County M.U.D. No. 43 as a service to you, our residents. This website and the information contained herein should not be relied upon or used as information for the purpose or securities disclosure about the District or it's financial condition. Person should not rely upon this information when considering whether to buy, sell, or hold bonds issued by the District. The District files official continuing disclosure information each year, or otherwise, as required by the rules and regulations of the securities and exchange commission. All information contained herein speaks only as of the date indicated. The district assumes no duty to update any information contained herein.

Link to Patty Potty

 

Last Update:December 7, 2018

Certificate for Resolution

2017 Drinking Water Report

National Night Out 2018

December 11, 2018 Agenda


Important Numbers

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

District Annoucements

National Night Out 2018


We thank our neighborhood businesses for helping to make National Night Out 2018 a rousing success!


Link to Thank You Letter

 


District Resources

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

Garbage Service
Wednesday 1/30/19 for WCA recycling bin pick up. Leave the bin for pick up
Best Trash will begin trash service February 2nd, 2019?

TRASH:: On each regularly scheduled collection day, Best Trash will collect residential refuse located at the curbside in resident supplied cans or bags between 30 to 50 gallons in size, weighing no more than 40lbs each item. Items excluded from normal collection are dirt, rocks, bricks, tile, concrete, tires, batteries, motor oil, cooking oil, waste generated by a private contractor or any materials or items deemed hazardous materials. Please do not dispose of gasoline, motor oil, paints, cooking oil, or any other liquid items in a container that are not visible to Best Trash personnel. If such items result in spillage that causes a stain, Best Trash is not responsible for the cleanup.  Best Trash will leave a tag explaining the reason for any non-collected item(s).


YARD & BULK WASTE:: Trees, shrubs, brush trimmings and fencing must be no larger than 4 inches in diameter, no more than 4 feet long, tied in bundles not exceeding 40 pounds. The tied bundles is required to allow quick pickup and size limitations are required to avoid damaging the equipment in the compacting process. Items such as appliances, furniture, mattresses, carpet (up to 1 room of carpet, cut less than 4 feet wide, tied in bundles not exceeding 40 pounds), will be picked up on both garbage collection days. By Federal Law, refrigerators, freezers, and any other items containing Freon must be drained of Freon and have an accompanying bill to validate such service was performed.

RECYCLEABLE ITEMS: PAPER (including cardboard), PLASTICS (1-7), ALUMINUM and TIN cans and GLASS (all colors)
Best Trash takes great pride in our recycle program. Ensuring the best recycle program for our customers takes time and effort on both sides. Please remove caps, liquids and food products from inside the containers. Please only use the recycle cart for recyclable materials. The recycle cart is NOT an extra trash container and will NOT be emptied as such. If items exceed container capacity, please place them adjacent to the cart well marked as recyclable materials. Cardboard is recyclable, please break down all boxes flat, and place them next to the recycle cart for collection.

CART CARE & MAINTENANCE: : - Best Trash will replace any carts that are defective or otherwise become unusable due to normal wear and tear. Lost or stolen carts can be replaced for $65.00 each by calling Best Trash.

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE: If your regular trash or recycle collection day falls on a holiday (New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day) the collection will be made on the next regularly scheduled collection day.

Link to Recycling Program  -  Link to Cart Hanger

Board of Directors

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