Welcome to the home of Willow Creek Farms MUD

Welcome to the Willow Creek Farms MUD (District) website. This site is to keep District residents, members, directors, and consultants connected and informed. Our site contains information regarding upcoming events, news, District boundaries, your Board of Directors, public documents regarding the District, contact information, and more.

Meeting Time Survey

We at Willow Creek Farms MUD want to encourage more resident participation in our meetings. Help us determine When and Where to hold our monthly Board Meetings!

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COVID-19 Resource Guide

Willow Creek Farms MUD has put together a COVID-19 Resource Guide for your convenience.

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Sign up for our new Alert System

Your District has implemented an instant alert system to notify you quickly of important events and construction projects in your area. For more information click the Alerts link below.

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About Us:

Willow Creek Farms MUD is a government entity overseen by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The District’s primary functions are to provide fresh water, sanitary sewer, roads and drainage infrastructure improvements, as well as parks and recreational facilities within its boundaries.

The District also contracts with Texas Pride Disposal for waste and recycling services and the City of Katy for police protection.

How It Works:

Willow Creek Farms MUD is governed by five Board members who are elected by the registered voter residents within the District. Each Board member serves a four year term. The Board meets once a month to manage and conduct the business of the District. The District engages consultants such as attorneys, engineers, bookkeepers, and financial advisors to both guide and deliver the District’s services.

Meeting Schedule

Willow Creek Farms MUD has regularly scheduled Board meetings that take place the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00p.m. at KGA/DeForest Design, LLC, 24275 Katy Freeway, Suite 300, Katy, Texas 7749. Per Texas law, the meetings are open to the public. Residents are always welcome and encouraged to attend.