San Leon Municipal Utility District

443 24th Street

San Leon, Texas 77539

 

Copyright 2006

Site by: San Leon MUD

443 24th Street, San Leon, TX.  77539

slmud1@slmud.org

WEB SITE LAST UPDATED ON OCTOBER 17, 2017

WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITY SERVICES

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Thurs. 7:30 a. m. - 5 p. m.

Friday 7:30 a. m. - 11:30 a. m.

Office ….. 281-339-1586

Fax ……... 281-339-1587

Emergency.. 281-779-4043

Email: slmud1@slmud.org

REMEMBER EVEN A SMALL LEAK CAN MAKE YOUR WATER BILL RISE!!!

IMPORTANT Water Conservation Announcement:

We ask the residents to VOLUNTARY reduce water use and to conserve water.  Stage One is in effect and we are requesting your assistance.

This is an important message from San Leon Municipal Utility District.  If you have questions regarding this message,

call the Water Office at 281-339-1586.  You can download a copy of the 

Drought Policy in the forms box above.

PLEASE CONSERVE WATER!! IT IS OUR MOST PRECIOUS COMMODITY!!

If you are helping to conserve our water supply, come by the office and get your free sign or email us at slmud1@slmud.org and we will bring one to you.

A Quick how-to video to winterizing your lawn’s irrigation system, and graphic that will help you prevent your irrigation pipes on your backflow preventer from freezing click,

http://savewatertexas.org/winterizing-irrigation/

IMPORTANT CONTACTS

911 Emergency Only!!!

 

Texas Poison Center                            1-800-764-7667

 

Most local public services are provided by Galveston

County. You can reach the County switchboard

at 281-316-8300

 

OTHER IMPORTANT, NON-EMERGENCY #’s:

Sheriff Dispatch                                                 281-534-3515

San Leon Volunteer Fire Dept                       281-559-1312

Justice of the Peace, Precinct                         281-316-8802

Constable, Precinct                                           281-316-8806

Animal Control                                                 409-938-2282

Pollution Control 409-938-2252

FOR STREET LIGHT OUT OR REPAIR, CALL 1-800-332-7143

YOU MUST HAVE POLE NUMBER OR YOU CAN CLICK ON THIS LINK

(http://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/business/in-your-community/electric-outage-center/report-streetlight-outages?sa=ho#)

TO GET TO CENTER POINTE ENERGY’S WEB SITE.  IF YOU HAVE THE POLE NUMBER USE THE FORM TO REPORT A LIGHT OUT OR IF YOU WANT TO USE THE MAP TO REPORT IT CLICK ON MAP AND A MAP OF HOUSTON AREA WILL PULL UP AND YOU JUST ZOOM INTO SAN  LEON AND IT SHOWS THE POLE NUMBERS.  FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE QUICK HELP BOX. 

Click here to pay online

 

Pay your bill right here from our website using your credit card with our online bill paying service. “Visa or MasterCard only”.  Security of your personal information and minimizing cost of these services are our priorities.  You can pay online if you have been disconnected, but please contact the Water Office to be reconnected.  The online payments are not posted right away and will be posted to your account the following business day.  THere are (5) FIVE other methods of bill pay available to you:

In Person:

Simply bring your payment to our business office at 443 24th Street, San Leon, Texas 77539.  If you don’t have your bill stub, write your MUD account number on the check or your physical address.  If you cannot make it during the Districts office hours between Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., there is a drop slot at the door and in the parking lot so you to drop your payment off after hours.  CAUTION: we don’t recommend you put cash in either of the drop slots.

By Mail:

Include the “tear off” from your bill with your check or money order (do not mail cash) to, San Leon MUD, 443 24th Street, San Leon, Texas 77539.  Be sure to write your MUD account number or your physical address on the check or money order.

Pay online from your checking account:

Most banks offer “online bill pay” to their checking   account customers.  You can initiate the payment at your own convenience from your home.  Be sure to include your account number and our mailing address that is provided above.

ACH (Automatic Clearing House) Bank Draft and Credit Card Reoccurring:

This will be a scheduled monthly payment which will be withdrawn from your bank account and or credit card on the 19th of every month.  If you would like to have this option, you may set it up in the office or print a copy of the form, fill it out and either mail it or put it in the drop box.  If you have any questions regarding this, please contact the Water Office.

 

 

 

 

Trash Service for San Leon Municipal Utility District Customers

 

Trash Service twice a week curbside containerized trash pickup on Wednesdays and Saturdays with a 95 gallon included.  A monthly charge of $19.00 per active residential account will be added to your bill starting February 2017.  Items such as branches, limbs and palms must be bundled and tied in lengths not to exceed 4 feet or 18 inched in diameter.

Bulk items will be collected on the second pickup day, however items such as refrigerators, air conditioners, or any cooling device must be tagged by an accredited freon removal company before it will be picked up.  Tires, liquid paints, hazardous materials, pressurized containers, radioactive materials, untreated medical waste, and construction debris are not included in this service.

Bi-Weekly Curbside Recycling is included with the trash service.  Decker Dispose-All will provide a 18 gallon bin to all residents at a bi-weekly, every other Thursday for recycling service curbside.  Acceptable recyclable items are paper (white and color, staples and paperclips are acceptable), career stock (i.e. soda can holders, etc), junk mail/newspapers, legal pad paper, letter head stationary, magazines, phone books, cardboard, plastics (#1 though #7 excluding #6 are accepted, bottle caps must be removed from plastic bottles), aluminum, bi-metal and steel.  Unacceptable items would include food or beverage waste, candy wrappers, chip bags, carbon paper, floor sweepings, non-paper material, sticker/labels, plastic packaging wrap, tissue products, Styrofoam, polystyrene (i.e. coffee cups, take out containers, foam packaging and packing peanuts) or glass.