Lake Houston Dredging Project To Begin

The City of Houston will begin dredging Lake Houston near MUD 450.

The dredging will take place in and around Harmon’s Gully and the Waters Edge community. Mechanical dredging starts October 4th and will last approximately 26 days.

Hydraulic dredging will begin in early December and last for approximately 19 days.

For more information, please contact the Chief Recovery Officer for the City of Houston.

City of Houston Stage Two of Drought Contingency Plan, Effective August 27, 2023

Stage Two drought response imposes the following mandatory restrictions limiting outdoor water use to twice a week between the hours of 7PM and 5AM with the following schedule:

  • Sundays and Thursdays for single-family residential customers with even-numbered street addresses
  • Saturdays and Wednesdays for single-family residential customers with odd-numbered street addresses
  • Tuesdays and Fridays for all other customers
  • Any outdoor water use that drains onto adjacent properties or public or private roadways or streets or gutters is prohibited.

Any water customer who violates these watering times will be issued a written warning for a first time violation. Any subsequent violations are subject to a fine up to $2,000 for each occurrence of the offense (Section 54.001 of the Texas Local Government Code).

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MUD 450 Constable Patrol Program (New!)

Starting March 1st, 2022 MUD 450 is under contract with Harris County Precinct 4 Constables to conduct patrols and 24/7 response for Waters Edge, The Pointe, and The Parkway residents.

For Non Emergency & Emergency call: (281) 376-3472

While the residents can still call 911, there should be a quicker response time by calling the Constables Dispatch center directly at: (281) 376-3472

What is It?

The Constable Patrol Program (or Contract Deputy Program) offers MUD 450 residents dedicated law enforcement. The program provides 24/7 response and dedicated deputies assigned to patrol our streets. The assigned deputies will be familiar with our community, children, and district activities. In turn, the residents will get to know the deputies and create a safer and more informed community. This program is in addition to current law enforcement offered in the district.

Community Education

MUD 450 will begin working with the Constables and residents to offer communication and education regarding the new law enforcement services.

Monthly Crime & Safety Reports

The Safety Reports can be found by clicking here.

Questions about the program?

Please contact your MUD Board of Directors.