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Happy Independence Day!!

July 4th is a time of great celebration but don’t let that celebration turn into tragedy.

The National Fire Protection Association reports that each year fireworks are the cause of more than 19,000 fires and result in more than 9,000 injuries. Recent drought conditions only increase the risks of fire.

Please celebrate safely or utilize fun alternatives!

Gentlemen’s Health Brunch Recap!

HCMUD 217 had a fantastic time hosting the Gentlemen’s Health Brunch. We are extremely grateful to all those involved in organizing the event, to our outstanding guest speakers, and to all of our community members who were able to attend. We hope you all gained some useful information and we look forward to seeing you again at our next community event!

To see more photos from the Gentlemen’s Health Brunch please click here!

Hurricane Season is Here!

Are you prepared for hurricane season?

Although hurricane season does not start officially until June 1st, pre-season activity is not uncommon. Experts are predicting a busy season this year. Don’t wait until there is a storm brewing. Take the time and get prepared now.

 1. Make a Plan

Create a written evacuation plan complete with a list of important phone numbers and at least two evacuation routes in case you must leave. make sure you keep your gas tanks FULL in case you get stuck in heavy traffic.

2. Gather Disaster Supplies

Have a disaster kit ready. A good rule of thumb is to have enough non-perishable food, water, medicine, and masks to last each person in your family at least a week. Here again, it is vital to keep your vehicles full of gas, even if you can no longer evacuate. 

3. Review Your Documents

Check your insurance policy and renew your flood insurance. Most flood insurance policies take at least 30 days to become effective. Don’t get caught without the coverage you need!

4. Stay Informed 

NOAA’s National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center are your official sources for hurricane forecasts and the issuance of hurricane watches and warnings.

Get Prepared. Stay Informed. Stay Safe!

Heritage Park Construction Update

Since the closure of Heritage Park on August 30, 2021, construction crews have made several improvements to the park. The previous chainlink fences inside and surrounding the park have been removed and temporary fences installed for homeowners that do not have a wood fence. Construction crews also removed the vegetation and roots in the construction zone areas. New ramps and elevated walkways have been constructed and the pouring of asphalt/concrete in these areas has been completed. Crews have completed production and installation of the handrail areas. Installation of concrete fence posts and concrete fencing is also currently underway.

Throughout the construction process, crews will continue to clean and maintain the streets near the end of the cul-de-sac.

There have been several rain-out days, since the park closure, which has caused delays. If you have any questions about this project or other MUD services, please contact us and we will respond to you as soon as we can. 

To view construction photos of the park, please see below.

We will continue to provide updates and photos of this project as work continues.  

Thank you for your patience as we work to improve our community!

Gentlemen’s Health Brunch!

Harris County MUD 217 is hosting a Gentleman’s Health Brunch!
All males 16 and older are welcome to attend.
This will be an amazing opportunity to tap into your mind, body, and spirit while
enjoying outstanding food and engaging conversations.

  • When: June 4th from 10am – 1pm
  • Where: HCMUD 217 Admin Building, 12248 T C Jester Blvd, Houston, TX 77067

Click Here to RSVP!!

Construction Near Rushwood

Residents please be aware Harris County MUD 5, Rushwood, currently has contractors sandblasting and painting their ground storage tank. Crews are working to complete this repair quickly and thoroughly but loud noise should be expected while sandblasting is underway. We will continue to provide updates as they become available and thank you for your understanding.

HCMUD 217 Fitness Center is Open!

The Board of Directors voted in October to reopen the fitness center and waive the annual $60 membership fee until January 2022.

To use the newly renovated fitness center, please schedule an appointment to complete your membership application and pay your $10 card application fee. The General Manager can be reached by calling 832-249-7000.

The only bad workout is no workout!

Heritage Park Closure

Harris County MUD 217 is excited to announce the Heritage Village Park improvement project. The Board decided to undertake this project to add additional security and protection for park visitors, as well as improving access and enhancing the beauty of our community. This project is expected to begin on August 30, 2021, and will continue through February 2022.

During construction, the park will remain closed. Please do not access the park during this time and observe all posted signs for your safety.

Monthly construction updates will be provided on the District’s website and will also be highlighted in the upcoming Fall 2021 newsletter.

Park improvements will include:

  • Removal of the existing chain link fence around the perimeter of the Park
  • Installation of a precast concrete fence around the perimeter of the Park
  • Removal of some trees that interfere with the fence line
  • Installation of new ramps and walkways to improve access

If you have any questions about this project or other MUD services, please contact us and we will respond to you as soon as we can.

Thank you for your patience as we work to improve our community!

DO NOT block our neighborhood streets!

HCMUD 217 has recently seen an increase in parked cars on our streets. This prevents WCA’s trucks from passing down the streets to collect trash. In addition, the parked cars may block emergency vehicles such as fire trucks and ambulances from reaching your home in an emergency. Please DO NOT block our neighborhood streets!

If you see cars blocking the road, contact Sgt. Jeff McGowen, at

Trash collection is Monday and Thursday. For more information visit:
Garbage Collection.

Welcome to our New and Improved Website!

HCMUD 217 is pleased to announce the launch of its redesigned website. The site includes new content and features, including:

Photo Gallery – View images from the latest HCMUD 217 events.

Who to Ask – An easy way to figure out who to ask about common questions and concerns within the HCMUD 217 community and beyond.

Your Community – Quick access to information for HCMUD 217 residents, including District Events, Newsletters, Security and more.

Security Corner – Learn more about HCMUD 217’s additional security patrol program.

Smart Meters

Latest News – The new Latest News section displays the most recent news post as well as quick access to previous posts to help HCMUD 217 residents stay informed.

Choose Your Interest – Quick links to frequently viewed pages and important information right on the Home page.

English/Spanish versions – Convert from English to Spanish with one click