Fort Bend MUD Spring Open House


In 2022, the Board of Directors of Fort Bend MUD 47 hosted the 1st Annual Fort Bend MUD 47 Open House providing information on Flood Control and Severe Weather Preparedness.  We greatly appreciated having residents come out and hear the presentation and leave with a better understanding of the operations and management of our MUD.

On Monday, February 13th the Board of Directors of Fort Bend MUD 47 will be hosting our 2nd Annual Open House for all FBMUD 47 residents beginning at  7:00 pm at Life Pointe Church, 19506 Vicksburg Blvd.  The presentation this year will be “Understanding Municipal Utility District (MUD) Finances”.  The 45 minute presentation will begin at 7:15 pm  covering the topic of MUD finances – where does money come in from and how is it utilized in the operation and management of MUD 47.  Also included will be information on water conservation and how you can have an impact on your water bill.  Come meet the Board and  learn more about the MUD. We also have some door prizes to give away!  Every MUD 47 resident is invited to attend.  Hope to see all of you there.

Update: Walking Bridge Repair Begins

Repair of the walking bridge spanning the drainage channel between Vicksburg and Lake Shore Harbour subdivisions has been scheduled.

Work on the bridge will begin Tuesday, January 16, 2023 or Wednesday, January 17, 2023 (depending on weather conditions). The bridge will be closed/inaccessible during construction which is expected to last approximately three weeks.

Prior to closure, please continue to use caution when crossing the bridge as it has raised edges due to the secured boards. Also, report any issues regarding the FBMUD47 walking trail through the “Contact” page of our website. www.fbmud47.org/contact

Update: Trail & Drainage Work Project Delays

Rain is always welcome in our community. However, it has significantly delayed the completion of our trail and drainage work project (the “Project”) between the Lake Shore Harbour and Olympia Estates subdivisions (along Volterra Lake). The trail is over 90% complete, but the remaining work to be done to finish the job requires the area to be completely dry. When several consecutive dry days occur, the Project will be completed.