DUE TO THE REPLACEMENT OF WATER AND SEWER LINES IN THE DISTRICT:
When you purchase property in the district, please contact the office to be assured your lines will still be active. Some properties that have been vacant a long time will need to have water and sewer taps purchased before you can have service. Some properties will not be able to have service.
COH water increase effective April 1, 2017. Click here to view the letter from COH. District 36 will increase the water bills to compensate for the increase from COH in 2017.
Due Dates - Generally, the District's water bills are due between the 15th and the 17th of the month. If the seventeenth falls on a Saturday, the due date will be the Friday before, and if the seventeenth falls on a Sunday the due date will be on the Monday after.
The District is participating in the IRIS Program with our alarm company, ADT. It is a one call notification system that can be used for emergencies and important notifications.
The District would like for everyone to please update all contact information such as phone numbers, cell numbers, and email address and to please keep them updated at all times. If you accept or want to receive text messages please indicate that feature as well.
Job Well Done
Please take a moment to share some wonderful comments from our valuable customers. They have written us to let us know they appreciate the hard work HCWCID #36:
Bill and Barbara Anders
Daniel N. Jason
Water District News
Enjoy Online Payments
Call 281-427-4792 for the RUOK Helpline
See a Crime, Report a Crime.
Call 832-927-8477 to report a crime anonymously
YOUR WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK
During the inclement weather, our staff worked throught out those days to insure we did not lose water pressure.
Construction Projects for Harris County W.C.& I.D. No. 36
Dear Valued Customer,
Harris County WCID No. 36 has completed many projects in our District since 1943 but even more so since 1999. We refurbished the lift stations. We replaced Brownwood Elevated storage tank and rehabilitated Hollywood Elevated in addition to adding new advanced technology.
We now have new water and sewer lines throughout our area. One of our contractors, MMG has finished the fire hydrant project and is in the process of replacing the water valves. The water valves are what enable us to turn water off on specific blocks, instead of large areas, to do repairs like water leaks. The newest current project started May 2017 will take approximately a year. It will enable the office to better regulate customer’s water usage through smart meters. IF YOU DRIVE OVER WATER METERS THERE COULD BE A STIFF PENALTY OR LOSS OF WATER PRIVLEGES.
The water district continues to improve and grow with its projects. Cloverleaf as a community is growing, new schools are in the future. Looking around our area, people are upgrading their homes and yards daily. The directors and employees greatly appreciate your continued support to help us make Cloverleaf a better community and place to live.Please take extra precautions around any construction zones.
Yours in service,
Billie Vasquez, General Manager
Board of Directors for Harris County W.C. & I. D. No. 36
President, Ronald S. Holder
Vice President, Gerardo Parra
Secretary, Maria Koukoulakis
Assistant Secretary, Felix Eddy
Director, Edbert Cantu
Board Meetings Agenda
The Board will hold a Regular Board Meeting on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 @ 9:00 AM.
Harris County W.C.I.D. No. 36 mission is to operate the District in a manner that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements. We will maintain the District in away that protects the public health, we will ensure the financial stability of the District which benefits the entire community. Our objective is to give the best quality service to all of the respected and appreciated customers of Cloverleaf.