About Us

Meadows at Chandler Creek MUD

Meadows at Chandler Creek Municipal Utility District (MCC MUD) was created in 1985, under Chapter 54 of the Texas Water Code, and is overseen by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). MCC MUD’s primary function is to provide the construction of water, sanitary sewer,and drainage infrastructure as well as road improvements within its boundaries. The District conveys the water, sanitary sewer and certain drainage facilities to the City of Round Rock. The MCC MUD strives to provide neighborhood security, park creation and maintenance, and cooperation with the Chandler Creek Homeowners Associations.

How it Works

A MUD is governed by a board of five Directors. All Directors are public officials elected by the residents within the District and serve alternating 4 year terms. It is not uncommon for a Director to serve consecutive terms as they are not term-limited. The Board of Directors generally meet once per month to manage and conduct the business and affairs of the District. These meetings are always open to the public, per Texas law. In lieu of a full time staff, a MUD will typically contract with consultants such as attorneys, engineers, bookkeepers, operators, and financial advisors to both advise and deliver the District’s operations and services. A MUD may also levy taxes and issue bonds for maintenance and operations, infrastructure improvements and in some cases recreational amenities.

Meeting Schedule

District Board meetings are open to the public, in accordance with Texas law.  Meetings are held at 5:30 pm on the third Tuesday of each month. Notice of meetings will be posted within the District and on the website 72 hours prior to each meeting. The Board welcomes and encourages public participation and/or attendance.

Changes in meeting location and times will be annotated on the previous month’s agenda and or minutes. On occasion, special meetings may be scheduled for other dates and times as needs require.

District meetings are held within the District at the HOA Pool House meeting Room, located at, 2112 Agarita Trail, Round Rock, Texas.

Confidentiality of Personal Information

Pursuant to section 182.052 of the Texas Utilities Code, customer information is confidential and is not shared, except as provided by section 182.054. If you wish to grant or rescind the use of your personal information to another individual or entity on your behalf, please visit the Confidentiality of Personal Information page