Smart Meter Project
We’ve recently engaged with multiple vendors for our smart meter initiative. Currently, they are conducting feasibility studies to explore options such as cellular or radio. We will choose the service type best suited for our specific geographical location, open it for bids, and make the final selection. While the exact timeline is pending, we’re optimistic about implementing this year, aligning with our budget. Stay tuned for further updates!
Detention Basin Park
MUD 365 is considering additional enhancements to the detention basin. These include a dog park, deep-water lake, bird and wildlife habitat and additional natural spaces. Our goal is to make this necessary facility an amenity that our residents can enjoy while increasing detention to help flooding issues. We would love to hear your thoughts. Please attend an upcoming meeting or reach out to the board using the contact form.
The district is currently evaluating the feasibility of building a water reuse system to provide a new source of water for irrigation in common areas such as parks and esplanades. Currently, treated water leaves our wastewater treatment plant and flows in to Dry Creek, then in to Cypress Creek. The re-use system would divert a portion of that outflow to a plant for further treatment. That water then would be delivered to area irrigation systems via a new, total separate system of pipes.
Water Reuse FAQ