Boil Water Notice Still in Effect

The District receives surface water from the West Harris County Regional Water Authority (the “Authority”), which receives its surface water from the City of Houston.

The City of Houston has lifted its boil water notice, which has triggered the Authority to sample its water with an expectation of receiving results by this afternoon. In addition, Barker-Cypress Municipal Utility District (the “District”) is having its water sampled today and expects results from these samples tomorrow.

If the results are negative, the District anticipates rescinding the boil water notice sometime tomorrow.

Update from Inframark

Inframark is working diligently to ensure water and wastewater services remain online. Due to inclement weather, power outages and equipment failures are being experienced throughout the area. Dangerous road conditions are creating challenges for accessing some facilities. Our dedicated team is working on resolving issues as promptly as possible.

Inframark’s Customer Call Center is experiencing similar power and internet service issues that many are seeing throughout Texas and unable to consistently take calls. At this time no accounts are being turned off for delinquency due to the extreme weather event. If your matter is life threatening, please call 911.