A T T E N T I O N
Out of an abundance of caution, WTC MUD #1 parks are closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Any person that chooses to use the trails or tennis courts must practice social distancing.
Please contact email@example.com with questions.
The MUD tennis courts are open. Restrooms and water fountains will remain closed, so bring your own water and sanitizer. Only 4 players per court are allowed; please maintain social distance and wear a mask if possible.
Attention Hunters Glenn residents: Williamson County will be performing road maintenance in your area over the next few weeks. Visit their website here for details.
View the Governor's Report on Opening Texas
Join us for the Board Meeting on May 20.
Did you miss a Board meeting? Don't have time during the week to attend? You can now view meeting videos here!
Out of an abundance of caution, the Inframark office will be closed until further notice. Payments can be made online, at the dropbox (no cash accepted), or via telephone at 512-246-0498.
If you experience an emergency, please call 512-246-0498 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to announce that WTC MUD #1 has applied for 2 grants with the AARP Community Challenge. The AARP Community Challenge provides small grants to fund "quick-action" projects that can help communities become more livable for people of all ages. Applications are accepted for projects to improve housing, transportation, public space, technology ("smart cities"), civic engagement and more. We have applied for 2 very exciting projects.
The first project is a rentable block party kit! With this we will be able to put together a block party kit that will include a number of party additions, including a blow-up projector movie kit, tables, chairs, coolers, games, and more!
The second community project proposal provides increased lighting throughout the crushed granite trail at Anderson Mill West Park. With this, we hope to bring a heightened sense of security as well as provide additional hours that the park can be utilized.
Check back for updates!
For after hours water emergencies, contact Inframark at 512-246-0498.
To report suspicious activity in in the District, please contact the Williamson County Sheriff's Department at (512) 943-1300 or the Travis County Sheriff's Department at (512) 974-0845, Option 3.
In an emergency, dial 911.
Protect your personal information: complete your water account confidentiality agreement. Forms can be returned to email@example.com.
Our updated Community Center at Lakeline Oaks is the perfect place to host your next event! Please visit the "Parks and Facilities" tab for more information regarding reservations.
To report a streetlight outage in the District, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
DID YOU KNOW that you can request a Williamson County Constable to keep an extra close eye on your home? Click HERE to find out how.
The Board of Directors presents two analyses of an independent survey conducted by a neighborhood group not affiliated with the MUD. Click here to view the analyses.
Please see the calendar below
for this month's meetings and events.
All residents are encouraged to attend the public meetings.