Payment Breakdown

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Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 5,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $64.29.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $19.50 is the water fee charged by CloverCreek Mud. This is a tiered rate fee from 0 – 6,000 gallons of use.
  • $35.29 is a sewer fee charged by CloverCreek Mud. This is a tiered rate fee from 0 – 6,000 gallons of use.
  • $0.47 is the Lone Star Water Conservation (LSGSCD). This fee pays for transportation of ground water.  The LSGSCD $0.0935 multiplied by your usage.  5k x $0.0935 = $0.47
  • $15.84 is the San Jacinto Water Authority. This fee pays for residents who receive water under the SJRA Groundwater Reduction Plan.  San Jacinto fee of $3.168  x All Usage.

CloverCreek MUD

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Payment options:

  1. Checks or money will be received at P.O. Box 2749, Spring, TX 77383.
  2. Check, money order or credit card will be received at 2815 Spring Cypress Rd, Suite #3, Spring, TX 77388. There is a 24-hour night drop box at this location.
  3. Pay through your banks online bill pay, fees may apply with your banking institution.
  4. Pay with a credit card at 281-350-0895 for a $5.00 convenience fee.
  5. Pay online at tng-utility.com/pay, a service fee of $5 will be applied to the total amount.
  6. Pay your bill on time every month with a Direct Debit Plan. Bill amount will be deducted from your account on the due date each month. A $1.00 fee will be applied.
  7. Pay at any Western Union that offers “Utility Convenience Pay” for $1.00.
  8. When paying by check, make checks payable to Douglas Utility.

Update Contact Information:

In an effort to better serve our customers, TNG Utility is improving our customer relations.  TNG is requesting updated contact information for each account to help TNG ensure quality customer care. Please send your current email address and contact phone numbers to: info@tng-utility.com. TNG appreciates your help in updating our system.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Payment options:

  1. Pay through your banks online bill pay. Fees may apply with your banking institution.
  2. Pay your bill on time every month with an Auto Payment Plan. Bill will be deducted from your account on the due date each month. A $1.00 fee will be applied every month if you chose Automatic Bank Draft or Credit/Debit Card Payment will incur an additional 4% monthly fee. To sign up for this payment option, please contact TNG Utility at 281-350-0895 and one of the customer service reps will send you the Monthly Auto Payment Plan Form. You have to setup draft payments with either a check or credit card.
  3. Check or money order can be dropped off at our TNG drop box at 2815 Spring Cypress Rd #3, Spring TX 77388.
  4. Checks or money order can be mailed to P.O. BOX 1969 75801, Houston TX 77251-1969.
  5. Pay with credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) by phone at 281-350-0895 for a $5.00 convenience fee.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

How to Pay:

  1. Pay online here; a service fee of $5.00 will be applied to the total amount.
  2. Check payments must be made payable to EMCMUD 4.
  3. Pay with credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) by phone at 281-350-0895 for a $5.00 convenience fee.

Update Contact Information:

In an effort to better serve our customers, TNG Utility is improving our customer relations.  TNG is requesting updated contact information for each account to help TNG ensure quality customer care. Please send your current email address and contact phone numbers to: info@tng-utility.com. TNG appreciates your help in updating our system.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 3,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $89.79.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $46.80 is the water fee charged by Grand Oaks Mud. All usage charge is $39.00 and all usage rate $2.60.  $2.60 x 3,000 gallons used + Flat fee of $39.00= $46.80.
  • $26.29 is a sewer fee charged by Grand Oaks Mud. All Usage Minimum of $26.29 and an All Usage Rate of $2.65 per 1,000 gallons. $2.65 x 3,000 gallons + $26.29 = $34.24.
  • $8.64 is the San Jacinto Water Authority . This fee pays for residents who receive water under the SJRA Groundwater Reduction Plan.  San Jacinto fee of $$2.88 x All Usage.
  • $0.50 is the Lone Star Water Conservation (LSGSCD). This fee pays for transportation of ground water.  The LSGSCD $0.165 multiplied by your usage. 3k x $0.165 = $0.50

Grand Oaks MUD

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Payment options:

  1. Pay through your banks online bill pay. Fees may apply with your banking institution.
  2. Pay your bill on time every month with an Auto Payment Plan. Bill will be deducted from your account on the due date each month. A $1.00 fee will be applied every month if you chose Automatic Bank Draft or Credit/Debit Card Payment will incur an additional 4% monthly fee. To sign up for this payment option, please contact TNG Utility at 281-350-0895 and one of the customer service reps will send you the Monthly Auto Payment Plan Form. You have to setup draft payments with either a check or credit card.
  3. Check or money order can be dropped off at our TNG drop box at 2815 Spring Cypress Rd #3, Spring TX 77388.
  4. Checks or money order can be mailed to P.O. BOX 1969 75839, Houston TX 77251-1969.
  5. Pay with credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) by phone at 281-350-0895 for a $5.00 convenience fee.

Update Contact Information:

In an effort to better serve our customers, TNG Utility is improving our customer relations.  TNG is requesting updated contact information for each account to help TNG ensure quality customer care. Please send your current email address and contact phone numbers to: info@tng-utility.com. TNG appreciates your help in updating our system.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 1,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $35.22.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $10.00 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 8. 0– 4,000 gallons minimum charge $10.00.
  • $22.65 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 8. 0-50,000 gallons minimum charge $22.65 .
  • $4.38 is the City of Houston Surcharge. Houston went from groundwater to surface water.  $4.22 x 1,000 gallons used = $4.38.

HC MUD 8

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Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 2,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $51.26.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $24.00 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 23. This is a tiered rate fee from 0 – 2,000 gallons of use.
  • $27.00 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 23 and is a flat rate.
  • $0.00 is the City of Houston Surcharge. Houston went from groundwater to surface water.  0 – 2,000 gallons no charge.
  • $.26 is the TCEQ Assessment. This fee pays for maintaining water quality and availability for municipalities, businesses, and homeowners. Water plus sewer charge x 0.5 TCEQ Assessment Fee = $.26.

Harris County MUD 23

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Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 3,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $61.11

Here is the breakdown:

  • $9.50 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 43. 0 – 6,000 gallons minimum charge $9.50.
  • $37.75 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 43. Flat rate of $37.75.
  • $15.87 is the North Harris County Water Authority . This fee is to secure, long term reliable, quality supply of wholesale drinking water.  All usage x $5.29.   You used 3,000 gallons x $5.29 = $15.87.

HC MUD 43

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Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 4,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $55.11.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $20.00 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 49. 0– 5,000 gallons minimum charge $20.00.
  • $25.25 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 49. 0-5,000 gallons minimum charge $25.25 .
  • $0.22 is the Assessment fee. This fee pays for maintaining water quality and availability for municipalities, businesses, and homeowners. 4,000 gallons used x 0.5 TCEQ Assessment Fee = $.22.
  • $10.56 is the City of Houston Surcharge. Houston went from groundwater to surface water.  $2.64 x 4,000 gallons used = $10.56.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 3,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $55.52.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $17.75 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 82. Minimum charge $17.75.
  • $31.73 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 82. Flat Rate of $31.73.
  • $16.56 is the North Harris County Water Authority . This fee is to secure, long term reliable, quality supply of wholesale drinking water.  All usage x $5.52.   You used 3,000 gallons x $5.52 = $16.56 .

HC MUD 82

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 3,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $62.66.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $21.50 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 341. Your water charges are Tiered and based off usage.  You are in Tier 1  0-10,000 gallons minimum charge is $21.50 .
  • $42.00  is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 341. $42.00 is a flat rate.
  • $12.30 is the WHC Regional Water Authority Fee. This fee is to provide for the regulation of groundwater withdrawal. WHC Regional Water Authority Fee of $4.10 x All Usage. $4.10 x 3,000 gallons = $12.30 .

HC MUD 341

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Payment Breakdown: If you were billed 3,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $60.78.

Here is the breakdown:
• $17.50 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 370. Your water charges are Tiered and based off usage. You are in Tier 1 0-10,000 gallons minimum charge is $17.50.
• $34.07 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 370. $34.07 is a flat rate.
• $12.30 is the WHC Regional Water Authority Fee. This fee is to provide for the regulation of groundwater withdrawal. WHC Regional Water Authority Fee of $4.10 x All Usage. $4.10 x 3,000 gallons = $12.30 .

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

Here is the breakdown:

If you were billed 4,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $71.86.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $23.00 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 449. Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $24.00.
  • $30.10 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 449. Flat rate of $30.10.
  • $17.76 is the West Harris Co. Water Auth. This fee is for the acquisition and provision of surface water and groundwater for residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, and other uses.  All usage x $4.44.   You used 4,000 gallons x $4.44 = $17.76.

MUD 449

 

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

Here is the breakdown:

  •  $24.00 is the water fee charged by HCMUD 341. Your water charges are Tiered and based off usage. You are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons minimum charge is $24.00.
  • $43.10 is a sewer fee charged by HCMUD 449. Flat rate of $43.10.
  • • $12.21 is the WHC Water Authority Fee . This fee pays for residents who receive water under the WHC Water Authority Fee of $4.07 x All Usage. 3k x $4.07 = $12.2.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 4,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $58.96.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $14.00 is the water fee charged by MHR. Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $14.00.
  • $30.00 is a sewer fee charged by MHR. Sewer usage is based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-10,000 gallons = $30.00.
  • $20.24 is the North Harris County Water Authority . This fee is to secure, long term reliable, quality supply of wholesale drinking water.  All usage x $5.06 .   You used 4,000 gallons x $5.06 = $20.24 .

Meadowhill Regional

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Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 4,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $58.70.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $15.00 is the water fee charged by MCMUD 139 Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $15.00.
  • $33.87 is a sewer fee charged by MCMUD 139. Sewer usage is based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $33.87 .
  • $0.37 is the Lone Star Water Conservation (LSGSCD). This fee pays for transportation of ground water.  The LSGSCD $0.0935 multiplied by your usage. 4k x $0.0935 = $0.37
  • $12.67 is the San Jacinto Water Authority. This fee pays for residents who receive water under the SJRA Groundwater Reduction Plan.  San Jacinto fee of $3.168 x All Usage.

MUD 139

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Payment options:

  1. Pay online at tng-utility.com/pay, a service fee of $5 will be applied to the total amount.

Update Contact Information:

In an effort to better serve our customers, TNG Utility is improving our customer relations.  TNG is requesting updated contact information for each account to help TNG ensure quality customer care. Please send your current email address and contact phone numbers to: info@tng-utility.com. TNG appreciates your help in updating our system.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 1,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $66.95.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $25.00 is the water fee charged by Royalwood Mud. Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $25.00.
  • $38.90 is a sewer fee charged by Royalwood Mud. Sewer usage is based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-10,000 gallons = $38.90.
  • $3.30 is the North Channel Water Authority. This fee pays for the surface water conservation plan.  The NCWA $3.30 multiplied by your usage.  1k x $3.30 = $3.30. (PLEASE NOTE THIS NUMBER CHANGES MONTHLY)
  • $.32 is the TCEQ Assessment . This fee pays for maintaining water quality and availability for municipalities, businesses, and homeowners.  Water plus sewer charge x 0.5 TCEQ Assessment Fee = $.32.

Royalwood

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Payment options:

  1. Checks or money will be received at P.O. Box 2749, Spring, TX 77383.
  2. Check, money order or credit card will be received at 2815 Spring Cypress Rd, Suite #3, Spring, TX 77388. There is a 24 hour night drop box at this location.
  3. Pay through your banks online bill pay, fees may apply with your banking institution.
  4. Pay with a credit card or Check by phone at 281-350-0895 for a $5.00 convenience fee.
  5. Pay online at tng-utility.com/pay, a service fee of $5 will be applied to the total amount.
  6. When paying by check, make checks payable to Waller County RID #1.

Update Contact Information:

In an effort to better serve our customers, TNG Utility is improving our customer relations.  TNG is requesting updated contact information for each account to help TNG ensure quality customer care. Please send your current email address and contact phone numbers to: info@tng-utility.com. TNG appreciates your help in updating our system.

Water Report: Click here to view the annual drinking water quality report.

Where is your payment going?

The cost of water is increasing and it’s important to know where your water bill payment is going.

If you were billed 6,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $61.30.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $23.00 is the water fee charged by Willow Creek Farms. Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-8,000 gallons = $25.00.
  • $39.00 is a sewer fee charged by Willow Creek Farms. Sewer is a flat fee of $39.00.
  • $0.05 is the Bluebonnet GRWWTR Conservation. This fee pays for the conservation, protection, recharging and prevention of waste groundwater.  Bluebonnet fee of $0.05 multiplied by your usage.  6k x $ 0.05 = $0.30.

Willow Creek Farms

If you were billed 6,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $84.30- which applies to the Fort Bend resident’s only.

Here is the breakdown:

  • $23.00 is the water fee charged by Willow Creek Farms. Water usage based off Tiers, you are in Tier 1 0-5,000 gallons = $23.00.
  • $38.00 is a sewer fee charged by Willow Creek Farms. Sewer is a flat fee of $38.00.
  • $0.30 is the Bluebonnet GRWWTR Conservation. This fee pays for the conservation, protection, recharging and prevention of waste groundwater. Bluebonnet fee of $0.05 multiplied by your usage. 6k x $ 0.05 = $0.30.$3.95 is the North Fort Bend Water Authority which as created to assist in converting the region within its boundaries from using groundwater to predominantly surface water in order to combat subsidence. NFB Water Authority Fee of $3.95 multiplied by your usage. 6k x $3.95 = $23.00