The District has converted the disinfection method of the water from chloramination to free chlorine in order to improve some of the problems experienced since converting to surface water. You may experience some initial taste and odor issues, but these should subside after a few days. If you still experience taste and odor issues after the first few days, please contact the District’s operator at (281) 374-8989. We plan on converting back to chloramines at the end of May. This is being done to improve the overall taste and odor issues the District has been experiencing the past several months.”
Effective April 1, 2018, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (“NHCRWA”) has increased the surface water fee from $3.35 per 1,000 gallons to $3.85 per 1,000 gallons. For additional information on the NHCRWA and the surface water fee, please visit the following link, which includes an article entitled “Why does the cost of water keep going up?” on pages 18-19: http://www.nhcrwa.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/NHCRWA-NEWSMAG-Fall-2017.pdf. In addition, the NHCRWA holds a public meeting the first Monday of the month, the address is on their website, and the phone number is 281-440-3924.