One Creek West, Inc

One Creek West is working in various ways to improve the livability of our area. Examples of what they do are:

  • Working to remove commercial trucking in our neighborhood,
  • Working with Harris County Precinct 4 on infrastructure projects (sidewalks/shared use paths/trails),
  • Flood mitigation,
  • Economic redevelopment along Fry Road.

Check out their website: https://onecreekwest.org. See their mission statement below:

One Creek West is a non-profit community organization, dedicated to advancing the quality-of-life objectives of our shared community in West Houston’s extraterritorial jurisdiction.

Water Main Repair – March 12, 2024

A Fry Road MUD water main has broken resulting in reduced pressures throughout the neighborhood.

Inframark is in the process of isolating the break so that repairs can be made ASAP. Once the broken section of water main is isolated, a construction crew will be able to excavate down to expose the line, assess the damage, and make whatever repairs are necessary.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while Fry Road MUD and Inframark work as safely and quickly as possible to maintain our community’s infrastructure.

It’s time for Freeze Preparedness

The Fry Road MUD’s “General Winter Preparedness for Cold Weather” documents offer vital guidelines for residents to prepare for freezing weather conditions expected across Texas. It emphasizes the importance of safeguarding “the Four P’s”: People, pets, pipes, and plants.

Residents are advised to monitor weather updates and take necessary precautions, including turning off and draining irrigation systems to prevent damage. This proactive approach ensures the community’s safety and preparedness for the cold weather challenges ahead.

Water Main Repairs Completed

The broken water main was located and the area isolated this morning. Repairs have been completed and pressure has been restored throughout the water distribution system. You may notice an increased presence of Inframark vehicles in the area while the mainlines are flushed to ensure water quality is maintained.

If you experience water quality issues, please flush your home’s line via the outside spigot closest to your water meter for 15 mins or just until the water is clear. If your water quality issues persist after 15 mins, please reach out to Inframark directly at (281) 398-8211 and a technician will be dispatched to your location to investigate further.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while Fry Rd MUD and Inframark work as safely and quickly as possible to maintain our community’s infrastructure.

Water Main Issue – Expect Reduced Water Pressure

A Fry Road MUD water main has broken resulting in reduced pressures throughout the neighborhood.

Inframark is in the process of locating and isolating the break so that repairs can be made ASAP. Once the broken section of water main is located and isolated, a construction crew will be able to excavate down to expose the line, assess the damage, and make whatever repairs are necessary.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while Fry Road MUD and Inframark work as safely and quickly as possible to maintain our community’s infrastructure.

Emergency Water Main Repair on Christmas Day: Crazy Horse Break

A Fry Road MUD water main on Crazy Horse has broken.

Inframark is dispatching a crew to excavate and repair the line. To do so, the water service to homes in the vicinity of the break will be suspended.

Once this section of water main is isolated, the crew will be able to dig down to expose the line, assess the damage, and make whatever repairs are necessary. As soon as the water main is repaired, water pressure will be restored to the area, and the system will be flushed to ensure water quality is preserved for everyone.

We apologize for this inconvenience on Christmas Day, but thank you for your patience and understanding while Fry Road MUD and Inframark work as safely and quickly as possible to maintain our community’s infrastructure. Happy Holidays!

New Sewer and Water Rates Effective January 1st, 2024

The Fry Road Municipal Utility District has recently adopted a new rate order, effective from December 19, 2023.

This resolution outlines revised rates and regulations for water and sewer services within the district, impacting both residential and commercial connections. Key highlights include updated monthly service rates, additional fees, and clear guidelines for maintaining service lines.

The document emphasizes the district’s commitment to providing efficient services while ensuring transparency and fairness in billing. Residents and businesses within the district are encouraged to familiarize themselves with these changes to understand how they might affect their monthly utility costs.

Rate Order (PDF)

Water Main Break on North Pecos Valley

A Fry Road MUD water main on North Pecos Valley, east of Snake River, has broken.

Inframark is dispatching a crew to excavate and repair the line. To do so, the water service to homes in the vicinity of the break will be suspended.

Once this section of water main is isolated, the crew will be able to dig down to expose the line, assess the damage, and make whatever repairs are necessary. As soon as the water main is repaired, water pressure will be restored to the area, and the system will be flushed to ensure water quality is preserved for everyone.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while Fry Rd MUD and Inframark work as safely and quickly as possible to maintain our community’s infrastructure.