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Southern Montgomery County
Municipal Utility District at

25212 I-45 North
Spring, Texas 77386
Office hours are
7:30am to 5:00pm,
Monday through Thursday
Friday 8:00am to 12:00pm
excluding holidays.

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Southern Montgomery County Municipal Utility District Southern Montgomery County Municipal Utility District is your neighborhood water utility service provider and is your friendly source for services and payment options relating to your water bill. The District serves a wide variety of residential subdivisions, office buildings, warehouses, restaurants, shopping and more as shown in our photo tour. We are here for you and are happy to provide assistance with your water, sewer or trash collection needs.

How this site can serve you:
   • Confirm we are your Water Utility Provider by -
        A. Looking on the top portion of your water bill statement or...
        B. Locate your subdivision on the map below.
   • Use this site as your online source to pay your water bill.
   • Discover and tour the many other benefits this site provides by selecting a navigation button
     from the menu on the top of the page.

Update: November 1, 2015
Upcoming Developments Approved for Construction in
Southern Montgomery County MUD

Coffee Shop Company - Located at 26815 Interstate 45. Now open.

Energy Capital Credit Union - Located at 24414 Interstate 45. Now open.

First Choice E/R - Located at 621 Rayford Road will include an emergency care center. Construction almost complete, scheduled to open November 13, 2015.

Havenwood Office Park - Located at 25704 Interstate 45 will include approximately 250,000 square feet of office space. Project under construction. Estimated completion 2016.

Wildwood Corporate Center Phase 2 - Located at Wildwood Forest Drive and Budde Road. 178,000 square feet of office and 9,000 square foot fitness center. Project under construction. Estimated completion summer 2016.

26406 Oak Ridge Drive - Office building containing approximately 13,200 square feet. Construction just starting.

Starbucks Rayford Road - Located next to Raising Canes at 520 Rayford Road. Construction almost complete, opening soon.

North Houston Beemer - Located at 26015 Interstate 45. BMW car repair. Construction to begin soon.

San Jacinto River Authority Water Line Construction and
Surface Water Delivery

The San Jacinto River Authority water line construction is complete. SMCMUD started receiving surface water on September 24, 2015. We are blending the surface water with the ground water. To start with, SMCMUD will receive approximately 20% of its demand from surface water. Between now and the end of the year when the mandated 30% reduction of groundwater goes into effect on January 1, 2016, SJRA will slowly increase their delivery percentage to approximately 60% of our demand. Please remember that SMCMUD, The Woodlands, Rayford Road MUD, Oak Ridge North and City of Conroe will over convert so that all entities included in the SJRA GRP will reach the 30% goal. If you have any questions about the surface water system or requirements to convert to surface water, please contact the San Jacinto River Authority.

Reclaimed Water Irrigation System

Phase 1B that extends into the residential areas along Oakhurst Drive between Rayford Road and Gamewood Drive, Spring Ridge Drive, Spring Woods Drive, Timber Valley Drive and the commercial areas fronting I-45 near the District office is now complete. Approximately 30 residents have signed up and most have their meters set. We encourage every resident to conserve water by connecting to this system. If you live in this area and have not been connected to the system, please contact Donna Smith at 281-367-5383, extension 110 or by email at She can get the paperwork started and have you hooked up by next spring.

The District’s next phase under design will include Oak Ridge North Section Two, Oak Ridge Drive south of Nursery Road and the Vicksburg Subdivision. Construction of this phase is planned to start in January 2016. The District hopes to have reclaimed water irrigation available to everyone as soon as possible. If you don’t have this system available to you yet, please adjust your sprinkler systems to water only when required. The Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District publishes watering requirements each week. Please check out their website at If you would like more information about the reclaimed water system, please contact Rick Moffatt at

Map of the district

For a listing to locate your Subdivision in the SMCMUD area - simply
click on the 11x17 map/pdf and you can verify if you are a part of our community.