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: 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.

Mission Statement

Fry Road Municipal Utility District, through the dedication of its Directors and Consultants, is committed to providing the highest quality of water and sewer service at the most economical costs to its customers and taxpayers.

The Board manages the District’s assets so unexpected expenditures do not translate into higher taxes for Fry Road MUD residents and businesses. Fry Road MUD residents and businesses are recipients of some of the lowest tax rates and water rates in the area.

Read about the District’s services, projects and history.
(Updated July 6, 2023)

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