Updated: 06/27/2022

Public Notices:

June 23, 2022 - SJRA Adopts Amended GRP Rate Order Increasing Surface Water Fees

April 1, 2022 - TCEQ - Quarterly Operating Report Violation
April 1, 2022 - SJRA - Monitoring and Reporting Requirements Violation

Regional Groundwater Science Partnership - Announces Release of Report

The Regional Groundwater Science Partnership was created to enable science-based review, community education, and outreach activities in support of regional data and studies relating to groundwater supply, groundwater demand, and land subsidence in Montgomery and Harris counties, Texas.  The work of the Partnership is financially supported by the Groundwater Research Consortium, comprised of special-use districts in the greater Houston-Galveston Region interested in independent, science-based  groundwater and subsidence research and data analysis. The Groundwater Science Advisory Committee (SAC), comprised of leading researchers from institutions around Texas, have come together to analyze and share a rich array of scientifically informed data about groundwater resources and regional subsidence.

The Groundwater Research Consortium includes the following members/funders:  Montgomery County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1, Southern Montgomery County MUD, The Woodlands Township, and the Woodlands Water Agency.  Lisa Gonzalez with  Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) is the project manager.

The Regional Groundwater Science Partnership announces the release of a report summarizing the first phase of review regarding groundwater and subsidence in the greater Houston region.  Download the report and learn more about the initiative - https://harcresearch.org/research/rgwsp/.

The Groundwater Science Advisory Committee includes the following members, John Ellis, P.G. (USGS), Robert Mace, Ph.D. (Texas State University), Wade Oliver, P.G. (INTERA Inc.), John Seifert, P.E. (Ground Water Consultants, LLC), John "Jack" Sharp, Ph.D. (University of Texas at Austin), John Tracy, Ph.D. (Texas A&M University), and Guoquan "Bob" Wang, Ph.D. (University of Houston).  Stephanie Glenn, Ph.D. with HARC is the facilitator for the Groundwater Science Advisory Committee.


SMCMUD continues to focus on the health and safety of our customers. We have opened our office for service, while maintaining an emphasis on social distancing. We ask that if you come by to pay your bill, that only one person enter the building at a time. Our staff is sanitizing all surfaces in the reception area as often as possible to reduce possible contact of contaminated surfaces. If you prefer not to enter the building, you can still use our drop box to the right of the door or make your payments via our website or pay-by-phone at 833-269-5989.

To help limit the number of customers coming in the office, we ask that new customers download the application for service and service agreement from our website at www.smcmud.com. Complete the forms and email them to our clerk, bonita@smcmud.com. You will be contacted by phone to process the deposit payment and confirm the startup date.

We continue to have staff working daily to operate our facilities. Our office will be answering service calls during business hours. After hour calls will be addressed just as they would during holidays and weekends. For our crew’s safety and your's, we ask that you continue to keep safe distancing measures when our crew responds.

We will continue to monitor the CDC guidelines and local regulations and may make changes based on their recommendations.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.



In response to the continuing effects of the Coronavirus and in observance of our employee's safety, we are asking that all waste be placed in plastic bags and tied off to avoid any direct contact with the garbage.

Please continue to place your recycling loose in your container. However, if anyone in your household is exhibiting symptoms of any transmissible illness, please place recyclables in plastic bags and dispose of with your regular garbage.