Our Mission

At Fayette County WCID-Monument Hill & Monument Hill Property Owners Association we are committed to providing safe, high quality drinking water, as well as excellent customer service to our community of property owners.  We are here to serve you and assist you with any concerns or questions you may have.

Bill Payment Options

Looking for the most convenient way to pay your water bill or property owners dues? We offer a wide variety of payment options to our customers. Simply choose the option that best suits your needs... Learn more...

Board Meetings and Agendas

In Accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Fayette County WCID-Monument Hill's Board Meeting Agendas and Public Hearing Notices are posted on this website within their specified time frame (72 hours for meetings and 10 days for public hearings).  Click here for the January 10, 2019 regular meeting agenda.

Current and past agendas for both FCWCID and MHPOA can be found by clicking here.

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3Q2018 TTHM Notice of Violation - Public Notice

December 20, 2018

The District received notice from the TCEQ on December 6, 2018 that it had violated the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for total trihalomethanes (TTHM) in the water supplied to its customers.  This violation occurred during the 3rd quarter of 2018.

The MCL for TTHMs is 0.080 milligrams per liter (mg/L) based on a locational running annual average (LRAA).  Based on 3rd quarter water samples, they determined a compliance value for TTHMs in 3rd quarter 2018 of 0.087 mg/L for DBP2-01 and 0.081 mg/L for DBP2-02.

The District is required to issue public notification to its customers about the MCL violation no later than 30 days after the date the violation was identified to the District. ...

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A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

A new dawn, a new day, a New Year

January 01, 2019

January. 2019.

A brand new year, a brand new day — clean and shiny, spotless and gleaming, hopeful and exciting. Untouched and unspoiled, like a present that has just been unwrapped. A time to look back on (and learn from) the mistakes of the previous year, and look forward with hope and resolution to the new days ahead. And as we celebrate, and hope, and resolve, and plan, we do so along with people all over the world, and down through the ages. In fact, people have been celebrating the beginning of the new year for over 4,000 years. So, who first celebrated New Year's Day? Why do we celebrate on Jan 1? 

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