Where My Water Bill Payments Go

As the cost of water continues to rise, we thought it would be helpful to show customers what is billed and where your monthly payment goes.

If you were to use 10,000 gallons of water, your total bill would be $93.07.

Of that total:

  • $38.88 is the fee paid to the West Harris County Regional Water Authority (WHCRWA). The fee is currently $3.888 / 1,000 gallons.
  • $21.00 is the water fee charged by Rolling Creek M.U.D. The flat fee of $21.00 is charged for up to 10,000 gallons of use. A variable fee per thousand gallons is charged over 10,000 gallons of use.
  • $33.19 is the sewer fee charged by Rolling Creek MUD This is a flat fee billed each month.

Chart based on 10,000 gallons of water used at residential rates Percentages shown will vary based on actual use.

The fees charged by Rolling Creek M.U.D. pay for the day to day operational costs of providing water and sewer service to our customers. For information about the WHCRWA and their fees, please visit http://www.whcrwa.com.

Rolling Creek Utility District

Through Rolling Creek UD’s website you can easily find links to the following services:

Security Advisory

  • Please lock your vehicles.  Most thefts from vehicles are through unlocked doors. It takes seconds to break a window, but doing so makes noise – and criminals hate noise. You also want to make sure that all windows are rolled up before locking your vehicle. Also, if you have a car alarm please make sure it is working properly – and use it!
  • Hide valuables from site. Even better, take all items of value with you. If a criminal doesn’t see anything, they’re less likely to break in to your vehicle and will proceed to the next vehicle to “window shop.” Remember to hide valuables before parking and leaving your vehicle. Give a would-be thief absolutely no reason to burglarize your car.
  • Take your keys. Unfortunately, it is still common practice for individuals to leave their keys in their car and/or in the ignition when unattended.

There is no 100% fool-proof way to prevent all crime. You can make yourself less likely to be a victim of motor vehicle burglary by following the above practices and using common sense. Simply locking your vehicle and removing property is half the battle.