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UPDATE-EXCITING NEWS FOR FERN BLUFF MUD CUSTOMERS! To Better Serve our Residents, some Very Important Information As of September 2, 2014, all billing and customer service questions as well as water and wastewater operations will be handled by in-district staff. The Fern Bluff MUD will no longer be using a 3rd party to answer your … Read more

Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Program

The Fern Bluff MUD has joined with the City of Round Rock to make it easier and much more convenient for our residents to dispose of Hazardous Household Waste (HHW).   MUD residents are allowed to dispose of their HHW at the city’s Deepwood drop-off facility on limited days. Fern Bluff MUD residents may pick up … Read more

Winter Water Averaging – November 19, 2013 to February 18, 2014

SAVE MONEY ALL YEAR LONG BY BEING WATER CONSCIOUS DURING WASTEWATER AVERAGING PERIOD! STARTS NOVEMBER 19, 2013 The District’s Rate Order states that bills for sewer service shall be computed (1) on the basis of the average amount of water used by the customer during the winter season based upon the average of the monthly … Read more

Mandatory Water Restrictions Effective October 2013

STAGE 1 – MANDATORY WATER RESTRICTIONS 2-Times per Week Landscape Irrigation The Fern Bluff Municipal Utility has enacted Stage 1- Mandatory Water Restrictions effective October 14, 2013.  The district, as a wholesale customer of the City of Round Rock, has adopted and follows the city’s conservation/drought plan. The Brazos River Authority (BRA) issued a Stage … Read more

What??? My Key Won’t Work???

As of Wednesday, August 29, 2012, your current restroom and/or tennis key will no longer work and a new key fob will be required. The Fern Bluff MUD is installing a new, key-fob access system on all park pavilion restroom doors as well as tennis court gates and the system is scheduled to go live … Read more


Due to recent rains helping to fill area lakes, the Fern Bluff MUD (in accordance with it’s wholesale water contract with the City of Round Rock)has lifted all mandatory water restrictions effective today, March 26, 2012. We are asking all of our residents to follow our voluntary twice a week watering schedule, based on each … Read more

Oak Wilt

Oak trees are one of the more popular and commonly planted landscaping trees.  This great species is also a staple of the natural American landscape.  However, oaks can easily succumb to a disease known as oak wilt.  In recent years, this disease has destroyed a significant number of oaks in the Central Texas area.  In … Read more