Recent News

As your local water utility provider, we strive to keep you continually updated on all matters related to your water service. If you do not find the information you need, please contact our office and we will gladly assist you!

Sign up for Average Monthly Billing

Have you considered Average Monthly Billing?

Average Monthly Billing (AMP) is an optional utility payment arrangement offered by Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD).  AMP is designed to...

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Schedule of Rates effective October 2017

As you may be aware, our Surface Water and Treatment System (SWATS) Plant plays a crucial role in our ability to provide an adequate supply of high quality water for our customers.  This facility...

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Popular wipes blamed for clogging sewers

Increaseing popular bathroom wipes (pre-moistened towelettes that are often advertised as flushable) are being blamed for creating clogs and backups in sewer systems around the United States -...

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3/3/2017: May 6, 2017 Election

Notice of General Election for the Acton Municipal Utility District Board of Directors Election.

For more information, go to "Notice of General Election"


 

Notice of Drawing for Place on...

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02/23/2017: May 6, 2017 Election

Notice of Drawing for Place on Ballot for the Acton Municipal Utility District Board of Directors Election.

For more information, go to "Notice of Drawing for Place on Ballot"

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New Payment Service Starting August 1, 2016

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) has partnered with Paymentus to provide our customers with a more secure and interactive payment experience starting August 1st 2016.

AMUD will continue to...

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Water Quality Reports Available

AMUD's 2015 Annual Drinking Water Quaility Report / Consumer Confidence Report is now available online at http://ccrwater.net/amud-18206  or you can simply click on the Water Quality Report button...

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Bond Refinancing Reduces Costs

In their February Board meeting the Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) Board of Directors approved an advanced refunding of AMUD’s 2008 bonds, a move which is netting an approximate 12%...

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Notification of change from Free Chlorine to Chloramines

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) is currently changing the disinfectant that we use from chlorine to chloramines in all parts of AMUD’s water distribution system. This change is intended to...

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Ongoing Maintenance Program-Correction

Acton Municipal Utility District has an ongoing maintenance program for our water distribution system to preserve and protect water quality.  As part of this maintenance program, AMUD will...

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Municipal Energy Usage for Calendar Year 2015

HB 3693 (Government Code § 2264.001(b)) requires governmental entities (including municipalities) to publish consumption information for various utility services used by the entity...

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Surface Water Treatment Notice

Notice of Surface Water Treatment Technique Violation

(A one-time, single day occurrence)

The Brazos Regional Public Utility Agency (BRPUA) owns and operates the Lake Granbury Surface Water and...

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Grease in Wastewater Lines

Grease build up is one of the primary causes of blocked residential sewer lines.  While some of it comes from meat fats, such as bacon and hamburger grease, it also comes from foods such as...

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Notice of New Water Rates

Dear AMUD Customer, 

This past Summer has provided us with two distinct weather extremes:  an abnormally wet May and June followed by our typically hot and dry July and August.  As we struggle to...

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Notice of New Water Rates

Dear AMUD Customer,

For the past 25 years, the Surface Water and Treatment System, (SWATS) Plant has played a crucial role in providing a safe and reliable supply of water for Hood and Johnson...

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Project Update - Port Ridglea East Sewer Infrastructure

Construction for the Port Ridglea East Sewer Infrastructure Project has been delayed until mid July, 2014 due to an emergency water pipeline project currently underway with the contractor for a...

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Port Ridglea East Sewer Infrastructure Project

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) has an ongoing commitment to help improve and protect Lake Granbury water quality in your area by providing first time sewer availability for your...

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Notification of change from Free Chlorine to Chloramines

Notification of change from Free Chlorine to Chloramines in AMUD's drinking water

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) is currently changing the disinfectant that we use from chlorine to...

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BRA goes to Stage 2 drought conservation

The Brazos River Authority (BRA) is recommending  water conservation efforts for the Possum Kingdom-Granbury-Whitney reservoir subsystem.

With the ongoing drought thoughout Texas, the BRA has...

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Port Ridglea East Residents

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) has an ongoing commitment to help improve and protect Lake Granbury water quality in your area by providing first time sewer availability for your...

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AMUD currently treating water with free cholorine

In order to help keep our water system free of microbial contamination and safe to drink, AMUD is temporarily changing the disinfectant used from chloramine to free chlorine starting on November...

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We at AMUD continue our pledge to you to provide safe, plentiful water at the lowest possible cost.

Dear AMUD Customer,

Acton Municipal Utility District (AMUD) has an ongoing commitment to provide safe, plentiful water and wastewater service at the lowest possible cost.  We continually...

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Acton Municipal Utility District is Working Harder to Better Serve Our Community!

We are excited to announce that our new website has launched and includes all the information our community needs related to their water service.  Check back often, as we will be adding...

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Texas EMS and Careflite low cost memberships for ambulance service

Texas EMS membership program, being offered through a $1.00 per month charge on your utility bill beginning with the February 2012 billing, is completely optional and voluntary.  For more...

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Brazos River Authority (BRA) statement of "Septic" type smell

“Septic” type smell is caused from water being released from a zone of the lake that is experiencing decomposition in an oxygen free environment and that is not unusual.  We’ve received many calls...

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New Groundwater Fees Beginning in January

Beginning January 1, 2009 all retail watr providers, including AMUD  will be required to collect and pay a "water use fee" to fund operations of the newly formed Upper Trinity Groundwater...

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