- Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm
- Main Number: (817) 326-4720
- Emergency after hours Number: (817) 573-2235
Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) is a Municipal Utility District created by the Texas Water Commission on July 21, 1982 and confirmed by an election held with the District on August 14, 1982. AMUD was created to serve the DeCordova/Acton, Pecan Plantation and Indian Harbor residents and is a non-profit governmental entity directed by five elected Officials.
The rights, powers, privileges, authority and functions of the District are established by the general laws of the State of Texas pertaining to Municipal Utility Districts, particularly Chapter 54 of the Texas Water Code, as amended. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regulates water quality and wastewater services. AMUD’s water quality meets or exceeds all Federal and State drinking water quality standards.
The District provides water to all District members, and wastewater to District members in DeCordova Bend Estates and areas of Pecan Plantation and Acton. Over the years we have grown from a customer base of 2000 households to a current customer base of 7000 households.
Our water is supplied from 24 wells located throughout the District and is supplemented with treated surface water from Lake Granbury, (water treated by the Brazos Regional Public Utility Agency (BRPUA) at the SWATS Plant here in Acton).
AMUD SERVICE AREA
The District is composed of a number of subdivisions, scattered individual residents and undeveloped agricultural lands surrounding the southern portion of Lake Granbury and along that portion of Brazos River which flows from Lake Granbury.
AMUD maintains water systems for portions of Hood County and Johnson County; Service Area Documents below details the subdivisions that AMUD serves.
Acton Municipal Utility District
6420 Lusk Branch Ct.
Granbury, TX 76049-2035