Storm Debris Update

Southpark debris has been moved into piles in the street awaiting truck pickup. Street and sidewalk washing will then commence.

In Canyon Gate, section 3 behind the Reliant power lines is complete with streets cleaned. WCA is completing Black Canyon and accompanying cul-de-sacs this week. WCA will be making a final sweep for debris.

District Update

CINCO MUD 8 (the “District”) held its monthly Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.  Highlights of that meeting are listed below.

  • Fort Bend County commenced with storm-related debris removal as a result of Hurricane Harvey in the Canyon Gate Subdivision with the use of two Fort Bend County waste collection trucks. These two trucks are located both at the entrance and rear of the Canyon Gate Subdivision.
  • CINCO MUD 8 contracted with Waste Corporation of Texas, LP (“WCA”) for additional storm debris removal in the Canyon Gate and South Park Subdivisions in order to accelerate storm-related debris removal in the District.
  • This additional storm debris removal by WCA is scheduled to begin on Thursday, September 28th.
  • WCA expects to use eight (8) waste trucks, a large excavator and a compact (Bobcat) excavator that will assist in moving debris toward the street.
  • WCA will remove all storm-related debris from the Canyon Gate and South Park Subdivisions, including electrical appliances.
  • Best Trash, LLC, the District’s current residential solid waste collection provider, will continue to retrieve non-storm related household debris on the scheduled Tuesday and Friday collection dates.
  • Once all storm-related debris has been removed from the Canyon Gate and South Park Subdivisions, Severn Trent, the District’s Operator, will begin street sweeping.
  • Severn Trent has reported that the District’s sanitary sewer lift stations are operating at capacity.
  • The District’s 2017 Water Conservation Rebate Form (located under the Documents Tab in the District’s website) has been updated to assist District residents with applicable rebates associated with the purchase of EPA approved Water Sense products.
  • The CINCO MUD Board also voted unanimously to lower the District’s total tax rate for 2018 to $0.58 per $100 of assessed valuation.


SEVERN TRENT has the sewer lift station at CLEAR CYN up and running.

SEVERN TRENT will be cleaning the streets once FORT BEND COUNTY picks up the storm debris.