MUDs vs HOAs

General Differences, Roles and Responsibilities of MUD #94 and Spring Trails HOA.

General Differences MUD #94 Spring Trails HOA
Created by Texas Legislature or Texas Commission
on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)
Subdivision’s Developer at time of planning
Supported and or funded by Revenue from monthly water services
and annual taxes
Annual association dues & special assessments
Who manages the daily operations? Multiple contracted service providers
and consultants
A single contracted property management company
Level of regulation and by whom? Highly regulated by the federal Government,
State of Texas, and Montgomery County Government.
Highly regulated by the State of Texas along with
some of the same regulations and laws that
pertain to the proerpty owned by MUD #94
Election of Directors Regulated by the State of Texas Regulated by the State of Texas and HOA CC&R’s / Bylaws
Roles & Responsibilities MUD #94 Spring Trails HOA
Property owned by MUD #94
Refer to district area map for details
Maintain and replace; water wells, water treatment
plants (2 ea), parks, fire hydrants, the storm drain system,
and mowing of turtle creek.
Unfunded contractual agreement with MUD #94 to
maintain the majority of the common areas to include
mowing and landscaping in the parks and recreational
areas.
Property owned by Spring Trails
HOA – Located at:
2026 Spring Trails Bend
Spring, Tx 77386
To provide the basic services that homeowners receive
(water, sewer, storm drains, trash disposal, recycle,
constable services, building parks & recreational areas)
To maintain facilities (community center, pool, parking
lot, toddler playground)
Residential / Homeowner Pools Inspection of new pools and the compliance enforcement
of EPA regulations pertaining to pools.
Manage the ARC process and ensure CC&R compliance for
residential pools.
Law Enforcement – Pct. 3. Constables Contracted by MUD #94
Point of Contact Schwartz, Page & Harding, L.L.P.,
1300 Post Oak Blvd #2400
Houston, Texas 77056
Phone: (713) 623-4531
Inframark IMS
2002 W Grandpark N #100
Katy, TX 77449
Phone: (281) 870-0585
External Services to
District / Community
MUD #94 Spring Trails HOA
District and Community Lighting Public Street Lighting – Contact CenterPoint Energy Park & Monument Lighting – Contact Property
Manager – Inframark IMS

Upcoming Meetings

Tuesday, February 7, 2023 at Noon

The Board generally meets on the first Tuesday of each month at noon at 1300 Post Oak Boulevard, Suite 2500, Houston, Texas.

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