Withdrawal of Stage 1 Drought Conditions

North Harris County Regional Water Authority has withdrawn implementation of Stage 1 of its Drought Contingency Plan.

Stage 1 drought conditions have been lifted. Thank you for your cooperation during this time in helping us to conserve water.

Alert: Cypress Forest PUD Recycle Pick-up

Dear Cypress Forest PUD Residents,

We are aware that many residents in our district did not have their recycle bins picked up today. Texas Pride has informed us that all remaining recycle bins will be picked up tomorrow.

Thank you for your understanding,

Cypress Forest PUD

Texas Pride Disposal
Phone: (281) 342-8178
Monday – Thursday, 8:00-5:00; Friday, 8:00-4:00; Saturday, 9:00-Noon
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com

No Recycling Collection Friday, July 15, 2022

To our valued Texas Pride customers,

We are currently experiencing a surge of positive COVID cases among our staff which has affected the level of service we provide to your community. As a result, tomorrow’s recycling has been suspended.

Your recycling will be picked up with the trash and your recycling service will resume next week.

Thank you for your understanding and know we are diligently working to get your service back on track.

If you have questions, please go to http://www.texaspridedisposal.com. You may also call us at 281-342-8178 or email us at service@texaspridedisposal.com.

Texas Pride Disposal

 

Voluntary Water Use Restrictions Now in Place

Dear Customer,

Due to ongoing drought conditions, The North Harris County Regional Authority (NHCRWA) initiated Stage 1 water conservation measures. Because Cypress Forest PUD is located within the boundaries of the NHCRWA, we are required to initiate Stage 1 voluntary utility water conservation measures. The NHCRWA and Cypress Forest PUD may require mandatory water use restrictions if conditions worsen. Effective immediately, the following voluntary water use restrictions are in place:

Voluntary Water Use Restrictions Now in Place

  • District residents and other users of water within the District with even-numbered addresses will be asked to voluntarily limit use of water outdoors to Tuesdays and Saturdays.
  • District residents and other users of water within the District with odd-numbered addresses will be asked to voluntarily limit use of water outdoors to Wednesdays and Sundays.
  • Customers responsible for watering common areas such as esplanades and sports fields will be asked to voluntarily limit water use to Mondays and Fridays.
  • Users will be asked to voluntarily abstain from outdoor water use between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. and between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight)
  • Water Customers are requested to check for and repair all leaks, dripping faucets, and running toilets.

Thank you for your cooperation – Customers will be notified when these restrictions are no longer required or if conditions warrant additional conservation measures.

Demolition Scheduled at Former Raveneaux Country Club

On or about May 9, 2022, demolition will begin to remove all remaining structures on the former Raveneaux Country Club property now owned by the Harris County Flood Control District, including parking lots, tennis courts and swimming pool. The demolition will be completed using standard construction equipment, including excavators, skid steers, and tractor trailers. The demolition and removal of material will take the contractor approximately 35 to 40 days, weather permitting. For safety reasons, the Flood Control District asks that the public stay away from the demolition site.

In March 2022, teams from the Flood Control District also planted a tree and shrub buffer along Cypresswood Drive. Plantings included approximately 75 native pine, oak and other trees and more than 200 native evergreen shrubs, such as yaupon, wax myrtle and cherry laurel. The plantings will be maintained by the Flood Control District for the next two years.

Negotiations with Cypress Forest Public Utility District continue as to future plans for this property.

For more information on this project or to submit any questions, please visit: www.hcfcd.org/champions.

Delayed Trash Service April 5th

Dear valued customer,

Our crews are working hard to complete today’s trash routes; however, we are experiencing some delays. Should we not be able to service you before the end of the day, we will service you tomorrow.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, and feel free to contact our customer service department with any questions or concerns.

Phone: (281) 342-8178
( Monday – Thursday, 8:00-5:00; Friday, 8:00-4:00; Saturday, 9:00-Noon )
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com

Update on Flood Mitigation Projects

R. Jack Cagle, Commissioner, Harris County Precinct 4:

As another hurricane season rushes by, I want you to know that Harris County and the Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) continue to press ahead with dozens of flood mitigation projects throughout the county and here in Precinct 4. For information on flood control district projects in your area, please go to www.hcfcd.org./Activity/Active-Projects/Cypress-Creek. These projects and others proposed by the engineers at the HCFCD comprise just a part of the effort needed to reduce the risk of more catastrophic flooding like we have experienced with recent storms.

Read more of Commissioner’s Cagle’s update.

Delayed Trash Service March 22nd

The majority of our routes are running with delays. Crews were held back as the line of storms passed through the area this morning. Routes will likely continue into Wednesday.

Phone: (281) 342-8178
( Monday – Thursday, 8:00-5:00; Friday, 8:00-4:00; Saturday, 9:00-Noon )
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com

Crews to Move Forward with Planting Effort on Site of Former Raveneaux Country Club

On or about March 8, teams from the Harris County Flood Control District will begin a planting project on the site of the former Raveneaux Country Club.

This planting project will take place along Cypresswood Drive. Plantings will include approximately 75 native pine, oak and other trees and more than 200 native evergreen shrubs, such as yaupon, wax myrtle and cherry laurel. Planting activities should be complete in one to two days, weather permitting, and the plantings will be maintained by the Flood Control District for the next two years. The goal is to provide an aesthetic buffer along the main roadway.

For more information on this project or to submit any questions, please visit: www.hcfcd.org/champions.