Smart Meter Project

MUD 365 is investigating a conversion to the use of smart water meters as part of its water conservation and water accountability initiatives.

Smart meters allow both residents and operators to know where every drop of water goes on daily basis, enhancing the MUD’s ability to detect leaks and confirm accurate water billing.

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. We would love to hear your ideas. Please attend an upcoming meeting or reach out to one of our directors.

Water Reuse

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

MEETINGS

Next In-District Meeting

December 7, 2022 at 6:00 PM | Agenda

Next Business Meeting

December 15, 2022 at 12:00 PM

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