Welcome to Kingsbridge M.U.D.

Hello and welcome to the Kingsbridge Municipal Utility District website. This site is to keep district residents, members, directors, and consultants connected and informed of the district's current events, news, and to answer any questions. We have sections for contacting the district and/or its operators, area maps, and more!

Our news section to the right is updated frequently, so check back soon!

For information on what conditions are affecting Texas water supply and how you can help click here.

Check out our 2016 Summer Newsletter

In Case of Emergency, Call 9-1-1

Then call the S.E.A.L. securities emergency number 713.766.1600.

For non emergency calls please call
Fort Bend County sheriff's office at 281.341.4665.

Sign up for our Residential notification system

Your District has implemented an instant alert system to notify you quickly of emergency water supply conditions, important events, and construction projects in your area. Should you choose to opt-in to this free service the system will send you email and/or text message notice(s).

You can sign up for text-message alerts by texting the word "yes" to 281.769.3226 or email alerts by visiting the Alerts Signup page.

Meeting Schedule

Public meetings take place every 2nd Thursday of every month at 6:30pm in the Providence Clubhouse located at 9114 Woodleigh, Houston, TX 77083

Trash Schedule and Recycling Requirements

Pickup schedule
Household garbage: Tuesday and Friday
Recycle garbage: Friday

Click here to view more information on our trash service.


Residential Notification System

Your District has implemented an alert system to notify you quickly during atypical water-supply situations as well as District works and events. This system will send you an email and/or text message notice.

What does this mean?
In the event of an atypical situation, you will receive a text and/or email specifically explaining the issue. In some cases, you may be advised to minimize the use of water or the sewer system. The District, however, cannot guarantee that it will be able to provide these notices in every instance. The District will also utilize this system to provide notices of important events and construction projects.

What kind of emergencies can occur?
While the District does its utmost to maintain the superior integrity of our water supply infrastructure, some inevitable circumstances may arise, such as hurricanes, flooding, power failures, etc...

Should I be alarmed?
No. This free notification system simply means that the District wants to keep you advised as quickly as possible of any situation or problem.

How can I receive these alerts?
You can signup by registering on our online alerts form here: www.kingsbridgemud.com/residential/alerts/

Upcoming Public Board Meeting

The next scheduled public board meeting will be held on March 9th from 6:30 to 9:00pm at Providence Community Association. Click here for the map and address of the meeting location.

The agenda will be posted one week prior to the meeting. Once available you may view it from our public documents directory.


DID YOU KNOW… it all comes out in the Wash

Did you know that approximately 25% of a household’s residential water consumption is happening in your laundry room and it’s disappearing at the same rate as your missing socks. Washing laundry is very water intensive, especially if you own a conventional top loading washing machine. Top loaders can use between 39 and 43 gallons of water per load for the wash and rinse cycle combined! Using both water-saving practices as well as a high efficiency washing machine can reduce water use by half!

Strong Odor
The City of Houston is monitoring strong odor moving across the Houston area. The odor began at the LyondellBasell plant in Channelview and is drifting west across the city, primarily between I-10 and Hwy-59, including downtown. The odor has a sulfur-like smell.

Air quality monitors do not indicate the presence of hazardous chemicals. However, Houstonians may want to avoid travelling through the affected until the smell has dissipated.
Storm Water Drainage

Did you know that Storm Water Drains were created for rainwater and snowmelt drainage. As you can imagine, based on last year’s display of rainwater... the Houston area tends to lean a good bit more to the rainwater side of how the Storm Water Drains were intended.