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
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists pet waste as a significant source of non-point pollution. Pet waste left on lawns, curbs, sidewalks, and streets can wash into local waterways during a rainstorm. Remember, stormwater currently receives no treatment. Water that flows into your stormwater drainage system goes directly into our bayous, rivers, and bays.
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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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9:00 am – 12 Noon
Harris County ESD No. 48 is proud to be partnering with Cimarron M.U.D to make the community a safer place. On July 14th Harris County ESD No. 48 will be conducting a Smoke Alarm Blitz in targeted areas in the Cimarron subdivision. Over the next 3 year HCESD #48 plan to service in other areas of Cimarron and the other neighborhoods that Cimarron M.U.D services.
The Smoke Alarm Blitz consist of 4-6 groups made up of fire department personnel, Katy and Cy-fair CERT volunteers, Red Cross, and many other partners coming together to make our area a safe place. The teams will check smoke alarms for proper function and expiration date. Crews will also give a brief summary on the importance of having a family escape route in case of a fire.
Smoke alarms save lives by giving occupants the chance to escape. Is your home equipped with working smoke alarms? If your smoke alarms are more than 10 years old there is a significant risk of them not working correctly when needed.
IF you have working smoke alarms, did you know you have less than 2 minutes to get out? Without working alarms you will have less time. Do you have a plan?
Below, you will find a map of the target area for this Smoke Alarm Blitz. If we do not get to your home on the upcoming Smoke Alarm Blitz or you wish to have a more detailed visit, you can request a Free Home Safety Survey on our website www.hcesd48.org, on the right of the screen is a tab “Book your Home Safety Survey”. We will not only inspect your smoke alarms, we will check for other possible hazards. Some of the survey includes checking the HVAC, chimney, dryer, electrical outlets, and garage storage just to name a few. If this is something that interest you, please request you free Home Safety Survey. If you have questions, please reach out to us by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, July 14th at 9:00 am – 12:00 Noon
Cimarron subdivision (see map below).
703 to 927 Cascade Creek Drive
22703 to 22854 Red River Drive
702 to 743 Canyon Garden Drive
22702 to 22719 Smoky Hill Road
903 to 927 Cheyenne Meadows Dr.
902 to 927 Arrow Lake Drive
A community service event to improve home fire safety. Sponsored by: Cimarron MUD, ESD 48 and Red Cross.
Click the map below for a more detailed copy.