Board of Directors

Gregory R. Coleman, President (Term: May 2026)
Cathy Cropper, Vice President (Term: May 2026)
Ann Nguyen Moore, Secretary (Term: May 2028)
Michael Crafton, Assistant Vice President (Term: May 2028)
Cassandra Cronin, Assistant Secretary (Term: May 2028)

We are proud to serve you and welcome your comments and suggestions. Our goals as a Board include the following:

  • Continue to provide the highest quality of water;
  • Provide reliable service and customer support;
  • Maintain the integrity of the pumping stations;
  • Control the tax base through prudent decisions; and
  • Provide additional services and amenities to enhance the lives of our residents.

We urge all residents to get involved with your district. We are here to represent you, but we need your input! Join us at one of our monthly meetings and share your thoughts on how we can make your district better.

Campaign Finance Reports

Which MUD District serves you?

District Boundary Map (PDF)


The District was created by order of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, predecessor of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the“TCEQ”), dated June 26, 1996. The District contains approximately 717 acres of land located in the northwest portion of Harris County, approximately 22 miles from downtown Houston, Texas. The District is bounded on the north by Spring-Cypress Road and is located west of Telge Road and north of U.S. Highway 290. The District lies entirely within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston.

The District is a portion of the Coles Crossing community, a development of JDC/Greenleaf, Ltd., a Texas limited partnership, and The Park at Arbordale community, a development of Beazer Homes. The Coles Crossing and The Park at Arbordale developments encompass 1,261 acres, including single-family, multi-family and commercial usages. Such acreage is located within the boundaries of the District and Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 364 (“MUD 364”). Development of Coles Crossing began in 1997. As of April 18, 2014, there are a total of 2,989 water connections in Coles Crossing and The Park at Arbordale, of which 1,173 are located in the District and 1,816 are located in MUD 364.

What is a Municipal Utility District?

A Municipal Utility District (“MUD”) is a local governmental entity organized for the purposes of providing safe drinking water and sanitary sewer service to the areas within its boundaries.

Additionally, MUDs can exercise other typical governmental powers, including drainage relief within its boundaries, the levy and collection of ad valorem taxes, issuing bonds with voter authorization, charge for authorized services, adopt and enforce rules and regulations to accomplish the purposes for which the MUD was created, develop and maintain certain public improvements such as parks and jogging trails, provide solid waste management services, and provide police protection services.

While the powers of MUDs may seem very broad, MUDs are one of the most highly regulated and controlled governmental entities in the State of Texas. The powers of MUDs are limited to those expressly provided for in the Texas Water Code and the Texas Constitution and there is significant oversight provided by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the “TCEQ”).

Frequently Asked Questions

Water/Sewer FAQs

Recycling FAQs

Below we have provided many of the common frequently asked questions that we receive regarding MUD 365 services. If you need information that is not included on this site, please contact us.

What are the boundaries of MUD 365?

The easiest way to determine your district is to view our Which MUD District Serves You? map.

Can I attend MUD Board Meetings?

Yes. All of the District’s meetings are open to the public in accordance with the Texas Open Meeting Act. Our monthly Business Meetings are held at the offices of Allen Boone Humphries Robsinson. In addition, we have a monthly Special Meeting held at the Coles Crossing Community Center for the convenience of our district residents. Finally there is also a special meeting every 3 months, as needed,  to work with our neighboring MUD 364, held at the Coles Crossing Community Center. To find when our next up coming meetings, please go to “Meetings” page.

Why does Coles Crossing have two MUDs?

It is very common that subdivisions like Coles Crossing have more than one MUD within its boundaries. The decision was ultimately made by the developer when the neighborhood was created.

How can I learn more about what the MUD is doing?

The best way to become informed is to attend one of our meetings. All meetings are open to the public, and we welcome resident attendance and participation. If you are unable to attend in person, you can read the meeting minutes or contact us with questions on our contact form.

What is MUD 365 doing to improve the quality of life in our community?

MUD 365 is involved in a number of projects designed to enhance the quality of life in Coles Crossing and The Park at Arbordale. Visit our Current Projects page for information on some of our recent projects.

Who do I contact if I see a problem with something I believe is related to the MUD?

Si Environmental services all MUD 365 customer’s water and sewage services. For an emergency repair, call their 24 hour hotline at (832) 490-1601. For non emergency matters please use the form on our contact page. We will respond within 72hrs.


Next In-District Meeting

July 8, 2024 at 6:00 PM


Special Meeting

July 24, 2024 at 6:00 PM

Special Meeting Agenda (PDF)

Next Business Meeting

July 18, 2024 at 12:00 PM

Agenda (PDF)


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