River Place Municipal Utility District

 

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One of the benefits of living in River Place is the award winning River Place Municipal Utility District, known as the “MUD”.  The MUD manages single stream recycling, solid waste disposal, parks and recreational facilities such as the Tennis Pavilion, Nature Trail, Habitat Nature Pond (shown above) and Boardwalk (See Recreational Facilities Rules and Regulations).

 

The MUD is a taxing entity of the State of Texas.  For Fiscal 2015, the tax rate is $ 0.3129 per $100 of property value. The MUD grants a Homestead Exemption reducing by 10% the appraised value of all residential property before applying the tax rate. In addition, the MUD grants a Senior Citizen Exemption of $25,000 for families with at least one homeowner age 65 or older.

 

Standard & Poor’s increased the rating on the MUD debt from A- to A. Only 1% of MUDs in Texas enjoy this high rating and there are no MUDs rated higher.

 

 

 

BOARD of DIRECTORS

Jim Casey……………………………………..…………….. President

Ken Bartlett…………………….………….………….. Vice-President

Art Jistel………………………………..……….…………… Secretary

Pat Reilly…………………………………..……….……….. Treasurer

Claudia Tobias……………..….…..….. Asst. Secretary/Treasurer

 

Newsletters:

Newsletter March 2013

Newsletter February 2013

Newsletter June 2013

Newsletter October 2013

Newsletter February 2014

Newsletter March 2014

Newsletter April 2014

Newsletter June 2014

Newsletter September 2014

Newsletter November 2014

Newsletter December 2014

 

 

 4th of July Event River Place MUD

2014 Single Stream Recycling Schedule

River Place MUD TCEQ 2008 Public Drinking Water Recognition Program

River Place MUD New Service application

River Place Woodland Park Tennis Information

River Place MUD Contact Information

River Place Pavillion reservation Information

Notice of Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing 8-21-13

 

Water Restrictions

Stage 2 Water Restrictions Updated

COA Drought Contingency Plan

Rate Order Amendment

Water Conservation Presentation

Austin Water Drought Flier