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Attention MUD 365 Residents,

In August, MUD 365 will be changing recycling service providers from the current provider Texas Pride to a new provider Best Trash.

The most notable change to residents will be a change in the regular service date from Tuesday to Friday.

Texas Pride’s last day of service will be Tuesday, August 3rd.

Texas Pride will pick up their bins on the same day, August 3rd.

Best Trash will deliver containers directly to residents on Wednesday, August 4th.

Best Trash’s first day of regular recycling service is Friday, August 6th. Friday will be the new regular service date moving forward.

As in the past, recycling items are not allowed to be sealed in trash bags. Overflow recycling materials can be placed in open paper bags, open cardboard boxes, or open trash containers. If you need a recycle sticker to place on an additional bin, please contact MUD 365 by completing the contact form on this website.

Please read the below/attached flyer carefully for additional information.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


Next In-District Meeting

August 9, 2021 at 6:00 PM

Next Business Meeting

August 19, 2021 at 12:00 PM


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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.