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.


Waterline Flushing Plan
November 29, 2017


The District's operator, Severn Trent (ST), is conducting a waterline flushing plan throughout the neighborhood that is designed to remove small amounts of naturally occurring sediment from the water system. The flushing plan is part of the District's maintenance program and commitment to continue providing residents with high quality water. ST plans to begin flushing the morning of December 4th. We do not anticipate an interruption of service during the flushing, but minor water discoloration or a drop in water pressure may occur. If there are any issues during the flushing plan, do not hesitate to reach out to ST at (281) 579-4500.


Lake Firethorne Bank Improvements
November 9, 2017


Due to the erosion occurring along Lake Firethorne, the Board has approved phase 1 of an erosion control and shoreline improvement project which will re-establish, protect, and improve the banks of Lake Firethorne. The project includes adding landscaping rock to stabilize the bank. Phase 1 also includes the addition of fishing areas. Construction is anticipated to begin around November 13th and be completed around mid-December. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.


Ducks around Lake Firethorne
October 16, 2017


Due to the health and safety hazard associated with the large population of ducks around Lake Firethorne, the Board of Directors is having a professional contractor relocate the non-native Muscovy ducks in an effort to control the population. High density duck and waterfowl populations can cause reduced water quality, increased amounts of bacteria in the water, damaged landscaping, and contribute to soil erosion on the shoreline. Please note that the native ducks, such as whistler ducks, are not allowed to be removed and will continue to congregate in large numbers if they are being fed by residents. Residents are encouraged to refrain from feeding the ducks to assist in controlling the population. Please see additional information from the Center for Disease Control here.


Notice to Firethorne Residents
October 2, 2017


As a reminder, during high water and emergency events, the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management posts regular updates on their website at http://fbcoem.org. Residents can find helpful information and sign up for the emergency alert program. Residents can find additional information on the Fort Bend County website http://www.fortbendcountytx.gov and the City of Katy website http://cityofkaty.com.

During the recent extreme weather event, the drainage system in Firethorne worked as designed and all District facilities remained functional through the storm. The street system is designed to covey storm water in large storm events.


Hurricane Harvey Update
August 31, 2017


A report from Severn Trent, our Water and Wastewater Operator

Notice: Water is safe to drink. Wastewater system is operating as designed, treating water, and discharging through approved discharge point.


Hurricane Harvey Update
August 31, 2017


Firethorne residents – We wanted to notify the community that all District facilities remained functional throughout the storm. At no time during the storm did we experience interruption of services to the residents. Many areas in the District experienced significant water in the streets, and while this is not ideal, the street system is designed to convey storm water in large events like Harvey.

Many areas in the region were not as fortunate as our community during this historic event. The District's Board and consultants sends our thoughts and prayers to those that were impacted by this storm. If residents have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email us here.


Notice to Firethorne Residents
Reminder of Pet Leash Rules
July 13, 2017


The Board of Directors would like to remind all Firethorne residents to keep pets on a leash in public areas in accordance with local and state rules and regulations, found here. According to Fort Bend County Animal Control Regulations, Section III, "all dogs and cats shall be kept under restraint." Failure to abide by these regulations is a Class C Misdemeanor.





Inquiries or comments can be emailed here.


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Quick Contacts

Home Owners Association:
Firethorne Community Association


Water Service:
Severn Trent Services
281-579-4500


Trash Service:
Best Trash
281 313-2378




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