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LOWER YOUR SEWER BILLS FOR NEXT YEAR!

Winter Water Averaging (Sewer Averaging) begins this weekend, November 14/15, 2020. The Fern Bluff MUD calculates your sewer bill (wastewater) based on the amount of water you use during three consecutive winter billing cycles. Winter sewer averaging occurs between mid-November and mid-February, which are your December, January and February water bills. Since water use during these months is generally only indoor use and not outside irrigation, it's a good measure of the volume flowing into the sewer system. We recommend you turn off/greatly reduce your irrigation system during the averaging period.

You may lower your sewer costs for the upcoming year by conserving water during these billing periods. The MUD recommends: turn off irrigation systems, fix leaking faucets and toilets and check/repair pool auto-fills....

Great Oaks Waterline Cutover

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 rd - MUD WATERLINE CUTOVER

As part of Williamson County's Great Oaks Bridge Project, the Fern Bluff MUD's waterline to the Oak Brook neighborhood will be cutover this Friday, October 23rd.

As of today, Wednesday, October 21st, the waterline is in the process of being flushed and tested.  Pending the water quality testing results (arriving tomorrow after the lunch hour) the contractor will schedule the new connection for the following day.

This connection is expected to occur Friday, October 23rd between 8 am and 12 noon. 

Oak Brook residents may experience slightly lower than normal water pressure but service interruption is not expected.  This connection should complete the MUD's portion of the Great Oaks Bridge Project.

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