Public Announcement of upcoming Water Plant Construction and Interconnect Use

Nottingham Country Municipal Utility District’s (“NCMUD”) Board of Directors (the “Board”) is committed to making NCMUD’s facilities more resilient to respond to possible future flooding events. In order to achieve this goal, NCMUD is performing improvements to its water well and supply plants. This construction work will require that the NCMUD’s water plant be shut down for 2 to 3 months starting on March 24, 2021.

During the shutdown, NCMUD will obtain water supply from neighboring municipal utility districts via interconnects. While NCMUD does not expect any water service interruptions to our customers, we do want to acknowledge that when the direction of water flow is changed in the piping systems, it can sometimes result in discolored water. This is caused by the presence of naturally occurring iron in our area’s water wells and is not a health or safety concern. NCMUD’s operator, SiEnvironmental, LLC (“SiEnviro”), will flush NCMUD’s water lines as needed to clear the discolored water. In the event that you experience water discoloration at your home, please call SiEnviro’s office at (832) 490-1601 to report the concern, so that SiEnviro can send a member of their team to determine if waterline flushing is necessary.

NCMUD’s Board appreciates your help during this time period and is appreciative of your understanding as NCMUD works diligently to improve the facilities to serve you.


In order to ensure that the Greenbelt Park facilities remain a safe and enjoyable amenity for all residents in the community, the District’s Board of Directors has adopted Park Rules. This is a friendly reminder that according to our Park Rules (located on the Park Information page), no unauthorized motor vehicles are allowed within the park. This means no electric vehicles of any type including golf carts; electric bikes, scooters, or skateboards; or hover boards. The only exception are motorized wheelchairs used by handicapped individuals in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. This rule is for the safety of all pedestrians and bikers using the park and its trails. Any violator of any park rule may be subject to fines up to $5,000.

Nottingham Country Municipal Utility District (the District) was created by an order of the Texas Water Commission, now known as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the Commission), effective February 24, 1981, in accordance with the Texas Water Code, Article XVI, Chapter 59. The District operates in accordance with Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code and is subject to the continuing supervision of the Commission. The District currently contains 1010.4384 acres within its boundaries and serves approximately 2,300 households. The principal functions of the District are to finance, construct, own, and operate waterworks, wastewater and drainage facilities and to provide such facilities and services to the customers of the District. The District also develops and maintains parks and recreational facilities.

To date, the District has issued $24,690,000 in unlimited tax bonds through which it has financed the construction of infrastructure including three groundwater wells, water storage facilities, a water plant, a water distribution system, a wastewater collection system, a wastewater treatment plant, and a storm sewer system. In addition, the District has utilized approximately $5,000,000 in system revenues to finance the acquisition and development of a greenbelt park to serve the residents of the District.

The District is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of five individuals who are residents or owners of property within the District and are elected by voters within the District. The Board of Directors sets the policies of the District. Regular meetings of the District are held the third Monday of the month, unless otherwise noted, at the offices of Allen Boone Humphries Robinson LLP, 3200 Southwest Freeway, Suite 2600, Houston, Texas 77027.

For New water and sewer service; disconnect service; repair service and billing questions contact

Si Environmental, LLC (“Si Enviro”)
832-490-1600 (Local) or 877-382-7414 (Toll free)
24 Hour Repair Line: 832-490-1601

6420 Reading Road
Rosenberg, TX 77471
Email (non emergency):

Are you planning to construct or install a swimming pool?

Before you commence the construction or installation of a swimming pool within the District’s boundaries, you must complete a Residential Pool Permit Application (the “Pool Permit Application”), which may be found by clicking here. Please submit the completed form via email to the District’s operator, Si Environmental, LLC, at with your account number in the subject line. After the notification is received, a representative from the District’s operator will contact you to schedule the necessary inspection and answer any questions related to the District’s standards for pool installations.

The District’s operator will ensure that all drains and backwash from the swimming pool are installed and connected to the District’s sanitary sewer system as it relates to swimming pools and that the proper backflow prevention devices required by the District are installed. After the drains have been installed, you must notify the District’s operator, who will make an inspection of all swimming pool drains to verify that the proper connection is made, before service is authorized for said swimming pool. The current inspection fee charged to the person installing the swimming pool is currently $50.00.

NTHM Pool Permit Application

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION SYSTEM – CLICK HERE for more information and to enroll