The Board of Directors for Cimarron Municipal Utility District meet on the third Wednesday of each month at 12:00 p.m. at:
Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP
3200 Southwest Freeway, 24th Floor
Houston, Texas 77027
As of 12 noon 2/17/2021 – Cimarron MUD customers do not need to boil water at this time. Cimarron MUD is NOT included in the City of Houston Boil water notice. We have had a decrease in water pressure due to operations at this time – but there is no need to boil water
Harris County ESD 48 in partnership with the American Red Cross and Cimarron MUD plan to conduct additional smoke alarm blitz' in targeted subdivisions throughout Cimarron MUD for the next two years. Remember to replace smoke and carbon monoxide alarms older than 10 years. The manufacture date is typically printed on the back of the alarm.View Post
The CIMARRON M.U.D. will hold a public hearing on a proposed tax rate for the tax year 2019 on October 16, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.
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Created on February 9, 1976, Cimarron Municipal Utility District has been providing water and waste-water services for over 40 years. We are currently transitioning from reliance on ground water aquifiers over to surface water. In an effort to reduce subsidence this conversion to surface water has been mandated by the West Harris County Regional Water Authority, founded in 2001.
Cimarron Municipal Utility District
David Jones, President
Gary Russell, Vice-President
John Linn, Secretary
David Aitken, Assistant Secretary
Mia Hull, Assistant Vice-President
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Patrol services are contracted through the Harris County Sherriff’s Department
Call 9 1 1 for Life Threatening Emergencies
Otherwise please call the Harris County 24-Hour Dispatch at (281) 463-6666
A Vacation Watch is a service provided by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. You may request a Vacation Watch by clicking on the following link and completing the online form.
Information about the District required by Section 26.18, Texas Tax Code, created by Senate Bill 2 (also known as the Texas Property Tax Reform and Transparency Act of 2019), is available here: