The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) outlines SMCMUD’s plan for project planning, including project goals and objectives desired by the Board of Directors. The CIP is an important management tool used in planning for improvements to infrastructure and in identifying funding for same. District staff reviews the CIP annually with the District Engineer and all participate in a workshop with the Board of Directors to prioritize projects and update the CIP accordingly. The CIP is a “living document” and is a planning tool that requires ongoing annual updates to address needs as they arise.
On December 15, 2001, the Board of Directors approved an I & I Study to be conducted in the entire District. It will consist of cleaning, televising, and smoke testing of approximately 154,163 linear feet (29.2 miles) of sanitary sewer lines. Notice to Proceed was issued on June 17, 2022. The work will be substantially complete within 300 days. For further information, please contact the contractor, Equix Integrity Southeast, Inc. or Southern Montgomery County MUD:
Mario Chavez (Project Manager) at 346-802-1634
Kevin Fuentes (Project Coordinator) at 346-339-8246
Southern Montgomery County MUD at 281-367-5383 ext. 111
This project has been divided into two phases. Phase 1 consists of the design of approximately 5,450 LF of waterline, 4,300 LF of sanitary lines, and 5, 110 LF of reclaimed water lines within Oak Ridge Section 3 Subdivision. This project has been awarded to Aranda Industries.
The project will include the activation of the lift station located on Budde Road. Water and sewer lines will be extended south from the Budde Road Lift Station to serve Church Project. The waterline also be extended from Budde Road and looped to an existing dead end main on Pruitt Road. Notice to Proceed was issued on 06-13-2022.
Engineering services for coating rehabilitation at Water Plant No. 2 of the interior/exterior of the ground storage tank, exterior hydrotanks, interior/exterior of building, and exterior of above-ground piping was approved by the Board on 12-15-2021. The project will commence in Fall 2022.
Located at 509 Nursery Road. The proposed project will include two multi-family apartment buildings with a total of 225 apartment units, parking lot, and detention pond. The board approved the commitment in December 2021.
Located off of Blair Road and is located east of and adjacent to the Union Pacific Railroad, west of and adjacent to the Sam Bell Gully Diversion Channel, and south of Blair Crossing. The site has 21 existing buildings and will provide for the complete buildout at 27 buildings for warehouse and office space. The Board approved the Annexation Agreement on 07-26-2022. The annexation is in progress.
Site Modifications and Redevelopment
The District has rules and regulations and has an adopted Rate Order to guide owners and businesses when they are remodeling and/or have changes to their property, such as adding concrete, adding structures, demolitions, etc.