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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 Fulshear.

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
from Severn Trent Services

To all Fort Bend MUD 151 residents, please know we are aware of delinquent letter fees that were posted to accounts not delinquent, and are working diligently to resolve this issue. This shall serve as preliminary notification that all delinquent letter fees have been removed at this time. Since all residents were not affected, we will send a second written notice with an explanation to those accounts that were impacted. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact our office at

Notice to Firethorne Residents
Recycling cart from the previous garbage/recycling provider

If you have a recycling cart provided by the previous garbage/recycling provider WCA (Waste Corporation of Texas) that you wish to dispose of, you may contact the District's current garbage/recycling provider (Best Trash, LLC) at 281-313-2378 to arrange for them to collect and dispose of the recycling cart at no cost to you or the District.

Notice to Firethorne Residents
North Fort Bend Water Authority Fees

In order to comply with the legislative mandate to reduce groundwater usage, the District, along with other municipal utility districts in the area, is part of the North Fort Bend Water Authority (the "Authority") Groundwater Reduction Plan ("GRP"). To comply with the groundwater reduction mandate, the Authority is responsible for constructing the necessary water delivery infrastructure to deliver surface water to the areas within the Authority. In order to design, construct, and operate the necessary infrastructure, the Authority assesses fees to the well owners/municipal utility districts within the Authority's boundaries based on the amount of water pumped by their wells or the amount of surface water received from the Authority. Accordingly, the Authority charges the District a fee for each 1,000 gallons of groundwater withdrawn by the District (the "GRP Fee"), which GRP Fee may be increased by the Authority from time to time. The District then passes the GRP Fees, plus a 10% surcharge to cover related District costs, through to the District's users based on the amount of water they use. As such, each user within the District is billed, in addition to the District's water rates, a separate amount for each 1,000 gallons of water delivered to such user in a billing cycle that is equal to 110% of the GRP Fee charged to the District by the Authority for each 1,000 gallons of water for that period.

Please click here for a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Authority. This FAQ includes helpful information regarding the purpose of the Authority and its fees. Please do not hesitate to contact the District or the Authority with any questions.

Notice to Firethorne Residents
2014 Tax Statements

If you have not received your 2014 tax statement and you do not escrow your taxes, please contact the Tax Office at 281-499-1223 or visit their website at www.taxtech.net.

Notice to Firethorne Residents
Change to Utility Billing Services & Payment Options

Severn Trent Services is making changes to utility billing services beginning in September, 2014. These changes will include a new web portal (www.paymystbill.com) and additional payment options. Please also note that certain previous payment options will no longer be available. Customers should receive additional information regarding those changes with the utility bill received in August. See this additional information here.

It is important to note that account numbers have changed. Customers will need to make this change if utilizing ACH or their own bank's bill pay feature.

Notice to Firethorne Residents
Online Bill-Pay through Banking Institutions

Customers who elect to pay their water and sewer and/or tax bills using online bill-pay directly through your banking institution should allow up to 10 days for processing from the date your bank issues the payment. This payment option generally involves your bank utilizing a third party to generate and mail a check to the address you specify, which can take up to 7-10 days. Please ensure you allow adequate time for your payment to be processed before the due date if you choose to use online bill-pay through your bank.

For information on other options for paying your water and sewer bills, please go to www.paymystbill.com and note the instructions on registering your account online. For information on other options for paying your tax bills, please go to www.taxtech.net and locate your account.

Notice to Firethorne Residents
Operation of Golf Carts

Due to increasing golf cart activity in the Firethorne community, the MUD wants to ensure residents are aware of the laws related to the operation of golf carts and other motorized vehicles. While golf cart operation may be permitted on certain public roadways, operation of any motorized vehicle (including golf carts) is prohibited on trails, water detention or retention areas, drainage ditches or other property owned by the MUD. Operation of a motorized vehicle on MUD trails or water retention areas is a violation of the Texas Water Code (Class C Misdemeanor).

*Click here to read a memo from the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office regarding the laws governing golf cart operation.

*Click here for a map showing the trails, water detention/retention areas, drainage ditches, and other property owned by the MUD where motorized vehicle activity is prohibited.

Inquiries or comments can be emailed here.

Please read this disclaimer with important information about the District.

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Home Owners Association:
Firethorne Community Association

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Severn Trent Services

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