The Drinking Water Provided by Kleinwood Municipal Utility District Meets or Exceeds All Federal (EPA) Drinking Water Requirements

If you have questions or need assistance regarding your water & sewer service account please contact Environmental Development Partners at 832-467-1599.

Where Your Water Bill Payment Goes

As the cost of water continues to rise, we thought it would be helpful to show customers what is billed and where your monthly payment goes.

If you were to use 10,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $74.50. Of that total:

  • $50.50 is the fee paid to the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA). The fee is currently $5.05 / 1,000 gallons.
  • $14.00 is the water fee charged by Kleinwood M.U.D. The flat fee of $7.50 is charged for up to 5,000 gallons of use. A variable fee per thousand gallons is charged over 5,000 gallons of use.
  • $10.00 is the sewer fee charged by Kleinwood M.U.D. This is a flat fee billed each month.

Your Payment Distribution

The chart shown is based on 10,000 gallons of water used at residential rates. Percentages shown will vary based on actual use. The fees charged by Kleinwood M.U.D. pay for the day to day operational costs of providing water and sewer service to our customers. For information about the NHCRWA and their fees, please visit

Commissioner Precinct 3 Service Requests

Click here to request services for drainage, facility, parks, traffic, or road and bridge maintenance in Harris County Pct 3. You may also call (713) 274-3100.

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The Kleinwood Municipal Utility District has been providing top quality drinking water and sewer services to our neighbors and customers for more than 47 years.

We all know the importance of communications in today’s busy world, so we are including information about our services, how to contact us in case of emergency, some helpful water conservation and tips on how to use this precious natural resource more efficiently.

We also contract with Harris County Pct. 4 Constables for security services within our boundaries.

You will find information on security and other community issues. We will also use this site to post important notices about water and sewer services – including critical seasonal topics like hurricane preparedness and emergency response if we find ourselves in the path of another storm.