As we navigate through the continuous and evolving  changes brought on by COVID-19, We want to assure our customers Health and Safety as a Priority. Montgomery County WCID#1 is currently taking all required precautions consistent with the federal and state government regulations. We do this to ensure we can provide our customers with a Safe and reliable service.  

For Customers who do not wish to visit in person for a potential exposure, we encourage you to utilize our web pay option or call us in the office today to make a payment. For Families having an economic hardship please contact our office to discuss options such as payment plans or extensions.

We believe this neighborhood and community is family, and as such will continue to provide you with the best possible services. If you have any questions, please contact our office at (281)-367-0969

Special Message Regarding COVID-19

Montgomery County WCID #1 was created by order of the Texas water rights commission, now known as the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality, effective June 15-1964, in accordance with the Texas Water Code, Chapter 51.  On September 11, 1978, the District converted into a municipal Utility District by order of the Texas Water Commission, in accordance with chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code, and is subject to the continuing supervision of the Commission.


The principle functions of the district are to finance, construct, own and operate waterworks, wastewater Services, Parks and Recreation, Garbage and drainage services to customers of the District. Since our Founding, Montgomery County WCID#1 has been known for quality services at an affordable price. The District is governed by a five Member Board of Directors, who are property owners in the district and are voted in by residents of the District. For more information, please contact us at (281)-367-0969.