Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 151 (the "District") is a municipal utility
district created in 2004 by order of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. The District
contains approximately 1,405 acres of land and is located in northern Fort Bend
County approximately 30 miles west of downtown Houston. The District
is located wholly within the exclusive extra-territorial jurisdiction of the City of
The District has constructed and operates water, sanitary sewer, drainage, park, and fire
protection facilities to serve
Firethorne, a master planned community.
Notice to Firethorne Residents
At the recommendation of Gator Squad, attempts to capture the alligator for relocation
were temporarily halted to relieve pressure and stress on the alligator and evaluate the
situation. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has issued another permit for Gator Squad
to resume its efforts to capture and relocate the alligator. Beginning November 18th,
Gator Squad will commence working to safely capture the alligator for relocation. For
everyone's safety, and to allow for a greater opportunity to catch the alligator, please
keep spectating to a minimum and stay well away from the area where Gator Squad is
November 18, 2016
Below is a helpful link regarding alligators in Texas, and the do's and don'ts of
encountering alligators in the wild.
For questions or additional information please contact Josh Wailes with Mike Stone
Associates, Inc. at 832-956-0868 or
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