Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 50

District Bulletin Board

Harris County Engineering Department, Harris County Flood Control District, and HC WCID 50 Drainage Improvement Project Information:

Harris County Drainage Improvement Project construction to begin soon
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March 23, 2021 Public Meeting Presentation
Websites: eng.hctx.net/recovery-and-resiliency and www.hcfcd.org/SDP
Contact: Recovery@eng.hctx.net

Water Meter Replacement Notice
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve services to our customers, Harris County WCID #50 will be installing new smart water meters over the next few months. After the water meters are replaced, customers will then be able to view their water usage data including easy to understand graphs and the ability to establish alerts – including identifying potential leaks. Harris County WCID 50’s EyeOnWater suite of available tools will include a secure online website to review and analyze water usage patterns. A consumer Smartphone app will also be made available. With these tools, you will now be able to view your water usage activity and gain a greater understanding and control of the amount of water you use. Information about how to access your account will be made available once the water meter installations have been completed.


Through WCID No. 50’s website you can easily find links to the following services:

Corona Virus Notice

Due to the current corona virus situation, our office will be closed to visitors until further notice; however, our office staff will still be on duty to take calls and handle administrative processes and our field personnel will still be out performing their regular duties including meter reading. While they welcome greetings and a friendly howdy or wave hello, please avoid direct contact with them for now. For water emergencies and to conduct other business please contact the office by telephone at (281) 326-5573.

To pay bills we would prefer at this time that you pay online rather than by mail or using our drop box so as to limit pathways for transmission of the virus.

Pay Online Here

We hope you remain well and that these temporary measures will only be required for a short time.

Thank you.

Notice of Sewer Line Smoke Testing

The District has recently completed an approximately 20-year program to renovate or replace all of the aging sewer lines within the District using modern, durable, and long-lasting pipe materials. All of this was accomplished within the District’s normal annual budgets except for the last recently completed segments, which were funded under voter approved bond authority at as minimal a level as possible.

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