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WHO WE ARE

Welcome to the Cypress Hill MUD #1 website. The District hopes this site will allow for quick and easy access to information for our customers. The District’s objective is to provide the residents……

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PAY YOUR WATER BILL

The Board of Directors of Cypress Hill MUD #1 is pleased to announce that we have a number of ways to pay your water bill. Some of the payment options have fees associated with them. The fees are charged…..

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PAY YOUR TAX BILL

Before you begin, please gather one of the following items to search for your account:

  • Prop ID (R000123456)
  • GEOID (146135123123123)
  • SITUS (11223 SMITH AVE)
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LATEST NEWS

Welcome

Welcome to website for Cypress Hill Municipal Utility District No. 1. The District hopes this site will allow for quick and easy access to information for our customers. The District’s objective is to provide the residents and commercial establishments, OUR CUSTOMERS, with a continuous supply of quality drinking water, a safe sewer system, excellent service to our customers and good budgetary management for the present and future.

MESSAGE FROM BEST TRASH- 3/15/2021

For the health and safety of our residents and crews, our priority is the putrescible residential waste. We will continue the collection of tied and bundled crepe myrtles, bags of grass and leaves not weighing more than 40 lbs., but with the temporary limitation of up to 3 bags per household at this time. With the high volume of yard waste, it is not possible for our crews to collect everything at every house and still make it to the landfill before it closes. We always strive to go above and beyond, but due to the current conditions, it is not possible at this time. Please be patient with us during this time while crews are working very hard to get caught up.

Best Trash contracts are for normal amounts of residential waste and recycling collection. Our contracts do not include debris removal as a result of a natural disaster. FEMA has declared the winter storm we just experienced a natural disaster. Therefore, the debris generated due to this disaster is not covered under the terms of the contracts. This would include debris removal from inside of the house as a result of flooding from broken pipes. Additionally, any landscaping removed as a result of the freeze and any landscape demolition debris would also be excluded. Past disasters including hurricanes and flood debris removal has been covered by FEMA. A few options to dispose of debris is mentioned below.

  • Please check with Waste Management to see if you are serviced by their Bagster service areas. Please go here for more information on the Bagster.
  • Please check with the Bull Bag to see if you are in an area that they service. Please click here for more information.
  • Best Trash does have the ability to provide a special collection service for debris removal. For pricing, please email your address and several clear pictures of your pile to customerservice@besttrashtexas.com to get a quote.

By |March 20th, 2021|Categories: Latest News, Trash & Recycling|

Fence Project Underway

Cypress Mill Place Fence Project Underway; Cypresswood Fence Project to Follow

Construction of a pre-cast concrete fence along Cypress Mill Place Boulevard is underway. The project is jointly sponsored by Cypress Hill Municipal Utility District (the “District”) and the Cypress Mill Homeowners’ Association (the “HOA”). Replacement of the fence on Cypresswood Drive with a pre-cast concrete fence will follow completion of the fence on Cypress Mill Place. Resident questions and concerns about the construction of the fence may be emailed to the District through this website.

By |June 6th, 2020|Categories: Latest News|

Disposing Wipes in the Toilet Can Cause Drain Pipe Clogs and Cost You Money

Cypress Hill MUD urges you to dispose of wipes in the trash and not in the toilet.

Disposable wipes — used for changing diapers, personal hygiene, housecleaning, and more — cause major problems when flushed down toilets. Because they don’t break down the way toilet paper does, these wipes clog homeowner and MUD sewer pipes, put stress on the MUD’s wastewater collection and treatment equipment, and cause the MUD to spend thousands on premature equipment repair and replacement. Wipes snag on any imperfection in sewer pipes, catch passing debris and grease, and create a “ball” that will grow to plug the pipe. They also get drawn into sewer-line and wastewater treatment plant pumps and clog and damage them. The MUD must manually clear out pumps or remove clogs.

Although many brands of disposable wipes are labeled “flushable,” don’t flush them! The clogs and backups they cause may result in expensive plumbing bills for your home, or increased wastewater fees.

By |April 20th, 2020|Categories: Latest News|

DISTRICT BOUNDARIES

There are currently six residential subdivisions and three commercial areas within the boundaries of the District:

Residential

  • The Villages of Cypress Mill
  • Sydney Harbour
  • Cypress Ridge
  • Cypress Landing East
  • Cypress Landing Park
  • Fair Meadows

Commercial

  • Wal-Mart
  • Villages of Cypress Mill Shopping Center
  • The Shoppes at Fry Road

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