About Travis County Municipal Utility District No. 2

1. What is the Travis County Municipal Utility District No. 2?

The Travis County Municipal Utility District No. 2 was created on December 13, 1983, for the purpose of providing water, wastewater and storm drainage facilities to serve development within its boundaries.

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.

The District includes a portion of the ShadowGlen neighborhood, pool and amenity center, playground, a hike and bike trail, and still has room to grow.  Future development may include multi-family residences, an elementary and a middle school.

2.  Who runs the district?

You do! The Travis County MUD No. 2 is governed by a Board of Directors. The five elected directors contract with several professional companies to provide management, billing, legal, financial, engineering, maintenance and other services to the District.

 3. When does the Board meet?

The Travis County MUD No. 2 Board of Directors meets on the first Wednesday of each month at the offices of Armbrust & Brown, L.L.P., 100 Congress Avenue, Suite 1300, Austin Texas. These meetings are open to the public and begin at noon.