Ways to Minimize Your Water Bill

Keep Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) out of the Sewer System.

This article from the TCEQ explains why it is important to keep FOG out of the sewer system:

Keeping Fats, Oils, and Grease out of the Sewer System

This second article explains What You Can Do to Reduce FOG:

Reducing Fats, Oils, and Grease in Your Home or Apartment

Do NOT Flush Wipes, or as Patty Potty says, “No Wipes in the Pipes!” #NOWIPES

Learn more about Patty Potty: http://www.pattypotty.com

Efficient Use of Water in the Garden and Landscape

This article from the Texas A & M University describes efficient use of water for irrigation, including irrigation timing, watering techniques, etc.

(Hint: scroll down to the Irrigation Timing, Watering Techniques, and Mulching sections. The first few sections aren’t necessarily relevant.)

Efficient Use of Water in the Garden and Landscape

Additional Ways

This article from Nerd Wallet describes 6 Ways to lower your water bill:

6 Ways to Lower Your Water Bill

District Resolutions

The Board of Directors of Fort Bend County MUD No. 187 takes an active role in promoting and ensuring the welfare of the District. In light of recent proposed developments and legislative action, the Board has adopted the below Resolutions which have been delivered to various interested and concerned private, local, and State parties, including the State Representatives and Senator representing the District.

The District has adopted a Resolution Regarding Access Roads into the District objecting to construction of additional access roads into the District. The Board noted the District has met its legal obligation to supply appropriate access to and from the District and the construction of additional access roads will be a detriment to the quality of life of residents of the District due to increased traffic.

The District has adopted a Resolution Supporting the City of Richmond’s Pursuit of Legislation Enabling the Development of a Hotel and Conference Center. The Board believes the construction of such a development near the District will increase both benefit the quality of life and value of properties for residents of the District.