Over time, the use of well water causes subsidence in the land in our community. Continued subsidence can contribute to flooding during heavy rains. In order to reduce the area’s dependency on well water, the West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA) was created to begin construction of water lines for the supply of surface water.
The WHCRWA charges the District a fee per 1,000 gallons of water produced at the District’s water wells to help pay for this conversion. Please note that effective with water usage beginning January 1, 2016 the West Harris County Regional Water Authority Fee will be $2.65 per thousand gallons of water used.
Please contact our District’s operator, H20 Consulting, at (281) 861-6215 if you would like additional information or go to West Harris County Regional Water Authority's website at www.whcrwa.com.
April 20, 2016
To all WCA Houston Area Customers and Employees,
April 20, 2016 – WCA collection services will be operating today, but due to continuing flooding conditions in the greater Houston area some areas will not be serviced until flood waters decline.
These areas are City of Magnolia and any subscription accounts in its surrounding area and the Bear Creek Area.
All WCA residential customers that were not serviced Monday or Tuesday will be serviced on their next following service day of Thursday (April 21st) or Friday (April 22nd). Commercial/roll off customers will continue to be serviced throughout the week until normal service levels are established. We regret any inconvenience caused by this event.
Another announcement regarding Thursday service will be made at the earliest opportunity.
Please be safe!
The Vacation Watch form is now available online on the Harris County Constable Precinct 5 website in the left column. From this page ( http://www.harriscountytx.gov/vacationwatch/vacation.aspx?constid=5 ) you can fill in the form and submit it. The submitted form will be emailed to dispatch for distribution.
The Special Watch form is now available online on the Harris County Constable Precinct 5 website in the left column. From this page ( http://www.harriscountytx.gov/alertnotification/alertnotification.aspx?id=5 ) you can fill in the form and submit it. The submitted form will be emailed to dispatch for distribution.
Precinct Five has also made a way for you to report crime tips, concerns, etc. via our website. Go to http://www,harriscountytx.gov/pct5/constable.aspx and click on the "online crime tips" link in the upper left corner. Fill out the form and click "submit". You DO NOT have to leave you contact information, if you wish to remain anonymous. Your submission will then be reviewed by a Lieutenant.
Wet paint or other liquid items that can cause damage to public property should be properly disposed of, not thrown into the trash receptacles. Improper disposal can cause damage to both public and private property.
YOUR RECYCLING DAY WILL BE WEDNESDAY
Download and complete form to request trash and / or recycling cart.
Please have your recycling cart at the curb no later than 7:00am every WEDNESDAY. Following please find a listing of items that can and cannot be accepted for recycling purposes:
- Paper - Newspaper, Magazines, Catalogs, Junk Mail and Envelopes, Office Paper, Construction Paper, Colored Paper, Folders, Paper Bags, Phone Books, Holiday Cards and Greeting Cards
- Cardboard - Corrugated Cardboard Boxes, Paperboard Boxes (cereal boxes, soda/beer boxes, shoe boxes, etc.)
- Containers - Aluminum Cans, Tin Cans, Steel Cans, Glass Bottles, Glass Jars, Empty Aerosol Cans, Aluminum Foil, Plastics #1-#5, #7 (milk, soda, water, juice, liquor, shampoo, detergent, pool supplies, pet food, etc.)
- Unacceptable Recyclable Material - PLASTIC BAGS, Styrofoam, Pizza Boxes, Coat Hangers, Paint and Solvent Containers, Light Bulbs, Mirrors, Windows, Dishes and Cups, Wet or Soiled Paper, Paper Towels, Facial and Toilet Tissue, Disposable Plates and Cups, Milk and Juice Cartons (wax-board containers), Wrapping Paper
January 18, 2016
At the Authority’s Board of Directors meeting held on November 11, 2015, at 20111 Saums Road, Katy, Texas 77449, the Authority adopted increased fees. Effective January 1, 2016, the new pumpage fee will be $2.25 per 1,000 gallons of groundwater pumped and the new surface water fee will be $2.65 per 1,000 gallons of water delivered by the Authority.
The import fee will also increase to the current pumpage fee if the user is not connected to the Authority's water system, or the current surface water fee if the user is connected to the Authority's water system.
Please remember to report your water usage online at the Authority's website ( www.whcrwa.com ), as required by the Authority's Amended Rate Order.