June 22
Board Meeting
July 27
Board Meeting
August 24
Board Meeting
SANITARY SEWER MAINTENANCE PROJECTS
During the next few weeks, contractors working for MUD 81 will be performing maintenance projects on some of the older sanitary sewer system pipelines within the district. Specifically in Weston Lakes Sections 3, 5 & 7, Village Sections 1 & 2 and Bradford Sections 2 & 3, crews from AIMS Companies will be water jet cleaning and televising the underground sewer lines. This process should not impact service and will not entail any field crews entering personal residences. Secondly, in Weston Lakes Sections 1, 2 & 4, crews of To-Mex Construction and Inframark will be performing repairs on sewer line issues uncovered in previous televised inspections. Again, sewer service should not be interrupted, nor will crews need to enter personal residences. The contractors will attempt to place door hanger notices on homes in the affected area of these projects. The notices will provide additional detail and contact information for any questions or concerns. Your cooperation and patience during these improvement projects are appreciated. The attached District Map depicts Sections (noted by the numbers in red circles) within Westin Lakes, allowing residents to view the Sections that will be affected by the Sanitary Sewer Maintenance Projects.

Fort Bend MUD 81 is a political subdivision approved in 1985 by the order of the Texas Water Commission (predecessor to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality or TCEQ who supervises MUD 81 activities today). MUD 81 is located just west of Fulshear, Texas on the south side of FM 1093 (Westheimer and the Westpark Tollway to the east.). The District is within the boundaries of the City of Weston Lakes which was incorporated in 2008. The Board of Directors are elected for 4 year overlapping terms (for example; 3 in 2020 and 2 in 2022)