Fort Bend County MUD No. 35

Fort Bend County MUD No. 35

ABOUT THE DISTRICT

Fort Bend County MUD 35 is located approximately 25 miles west of downtown Houston. The District is bounded on the south by Meadowbrook Farms Golf Course and Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 34, on the east by the Cinco Ranch development and on the west by Katy-Gaston Road and Cinco Ranch Boulevard. 

Our District contains approximately 768 acres of land serving Seven Meadows, Sections 9 through 21, Avalon at Seven Meadows, Sections 1 through 8, and Cinco West at Seven Meadows, Sections 1 through 6. Our children attend one of three elementary schools – Bonnie Holland, Griffin, and Kilpatrick Elementary. Beckendorf Jr. High and Seven Lakes High School are also in our area. Our District contains 2,076 single family residential homes. In addition, there are approximately 32 acres that have been developed for commercial stores including HEB grocery, Palais Royal, Bank of America, and eighteen other retail and service establishments. 

We are just down the street from La Centerra Shopping Center, full of a mixture of shops and restaurants and a few miles away from Katy Mills Mall. The District has two separate parks. A Dog Park can be found behind the Member’s Choice Credit Union at S. Fry Road and Katy-Gaston Blvd. Our Family Park is located at 5203 Heatherdawn Court in the Cinco area. Each subdivision has its own set of amenities.

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality exercises continuing supervisory authority over the Water District.

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