Well #2 is now online as of this morning and will take 24 hours until it is fully operational. Rayburn Country MUD Staff and Board of Directors appreciate your patience during this time. If you have any questions please call the office at 409-698-2523 and we will be glad to help. Thanks again for your cooperation and patience as it is very appreciated. 

The Rayburn Country Municipal Utilities District Water Quality Report, Annual Consumer Confidence Report for 2016 is now available for download from the direct link bit.ly/rcmudccr16 or by clicking on 'Documents' on the main menu of this website.

The Rayburn Country Municipal Utility District new office hours are: Monday through Thursday 8:00 A.M to 4:30 P.M and Friday 8:00 A.M to 12:00 P.M.

The Rayburn Country MUD office will only be open until 12 on May 31st and June 1st due to Administration training. Someone will be in the office to answer your calls or to accept payments by check or money order until 12P.M.

As of October 1, 2016 Rayburn MUD no longer accepts cash payments. Pay online here or for other payment options please call the Rayburn MUD office at 409-698-2523.

Attention Rayburn Country Municipal Utility District Customers: Beginning September 15, 2016 the Operations Staff will be adding additional chlorine to your drinking water. This process is done once or twice a year to remove the build-up of nitrogen on the walls of the water pipes. The nitrification inhibits the disinfection process. The process will go on for about a month.

Health effects – The additional chlorine will still be below the levels allowed under the Safe Drinking Water Act and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Drinking Water Standards will pose no health hazard.

Timing – Most of the process will be conducted during the night-time hours. During this time you may notice reduced water pressure, as the lines will be flushed simultaneously with the addition of the chlorine.

Smell – Since Rayburn Country MUD usually uses a combination of disinfectant products instead of just chlorine, you may notice a slight smell of chlorine. Again, the levels that you will encounter will be perfectly safe. Simply allowing the water to stand for a few minutes will allow the smell to dissipate.

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us at the MUD Office in person or by phone at (409) 698-2523.

Sincerely,
Tim Karczewski
General Manager

The 2015 Consumer Confidence Report is now available for download. Download the 2015 CCR

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The 2016 candidate filing packet is available for download here or by selecting 'Documents' from the main menu, the Candidate Filing Packet is located in the 'Misc' folder.

The Candidate Filing Packet contains numerous forms and information either required of you or provided for your assistance as a candidate in the May 7, 2016, General Election. The District General Election for the purpose of electing board members will be held on May 7, 2016. Board members will be elected by majority vote. Included in your packet is an Application for a Place on the District General Election Ballot. The loyalty oath is included on this form along with the statement in regard to nepotism laws. This Application is to be filed at the District’s office no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 19, 2016. Also, a Petition is included that requires fifty (50) signatures of qualified voters of the District requesting that the person’s name be printed on the ballot. This Petition is a provision of Senate Bill 1326 which created the District. The Petition needs to be completed and returned to the District office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 11, 2016. It is the duty of the candidate to become familiar with the law applicable to campaigning for office. The duty of the District is limited to accepting and filing the various applications, affidavits, and statements, noting the date and time of filing theron. The District cannot be expected to judge or comment upon the timeliness or sufficiency of reports filed. These documents are public records and open for public inspection. If you have any questions dealing with the election, it is imperative to call the Office of the Secretary of State, Election Division, 1-800-252-VOTE (8683) or on the Secretary of State’s website located at: www.sos.state.tx.us.

The official Notice of Deadline to File Application for Place on Ballot is available for download by clicking here.

The start date for filing applications for a place on the ballot is January 20, 2016, and the end date is February 19, 2016.

The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report is available for download here: 2014 Consumer Confidence Report

In order to help provide more information concerning the Rayburn Country Municipal Utility District Projects, this website will be updated on a more frequent basis.  Below are updates on the improvement projects currently underway:

Rayburn Country Municipal Utility District held its Director Election on May 10, 2014 for four (4) positions. Director Morgan Inman was re-elected and Mike Summers & Tom Burger were elected to the Board. There was a tie between current Director Reece Davis and Nicole Sealy. On Monday, May 19, 2014, Nicole Sealy submitted an official letter to withdraw from the Director’s Runoff Election. Therefore there is no need for a Runoff Election.

Today, at the District’s regular monthly meeting, the Board accepted the resignation of Director Mrs. Jeanne Wright, who resigned due to health reasons. This resignation left a vacancy on the Board. Nicole Sealy was appointed to fill the remaining term of Director Wright which expires in May, 2016.

On Tuesday, May 27, 2014, the District will have a Special Board Meeting to set the positions of the Board of Directors.

On May 9, 2009, the permanent residents of Rayburn County served by the Rayburn Country Municipal Utility District (the District) approved a resolution for a $5.5 million dollar Bond Issue.  Later in 2009 and in calendar year 2010, the District sought the support of the State Revolving Funds for the Drinking Water and Clean Water projects contained within the Bond Issue.  In both instances the District failed to compete successfully for this funding.  In October 2010 the District went to the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) and commenced its application for financial support.  The application took an abnormally long time to be approved; from October 2010 to May 2011.