Mon, October 22nd 2018:
The citywide boil-water notice issued by Austin's water utility DOES NOT apply to MUD2.
MUD2 water is safe to drink and has not been affected by the floods.
Travis County Municipal Utility District No. 2 (the "District") is a conservation and reclamation district created by the Texas Water Commission, a predecessor to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the "Commission") on December 13, 1983. Creation of the District was confirmed by the voters of the District on August 25, 1984. The District was created for the purpose of providing water, wastewater and storm drainage facilities to serve development within its boundaries. Subsequently on February 7, 2004, voters within the District approved the issuance of municipal debt to acquire or construct park and recreational facilities.
The District contains a total of 404.1 acres, of which approximately 384.1 acres is developable. The current land plan includes the ultimate development of 1,247 single family lots, approximately twelve acres of commercial development and the amenity center which is located on four acres. Development of single family lots commenced in May 2002 and to date, a total 648 lots have been developed with water, wastewater and storm drainage facilities. Additionally, approximately 2.3 acres have been developed as the commercial/retail center located at the entrance to the development. Click on the following link for a complete history & function of the district.