Update from BUGCO Pest Control as of June 26, 2024

BUGCO will fog for mosquitoes between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. on Monday and Thursday evenings, weather permitting and in coordination with the City’s concurrent schedule (if applicable). While this practice significantly reduces the mosquito population, it does not eliminate it.

Given the recent rains and high temperatures, conditions are highly conducive to mosquito breeding. Mosquito fogging is restricted by legal limits on the amount of chemicals that can be applied within a calendar year. If the frequency of application is increased to more than twice a week, that limit would be reached as early as September, and treatments would cease sooner than mosquito season ends. To maintain an effective mosquito control strategy throughout the year and minimize disruptions, it is essential to adhere to the current schedule and respond adaptively to environmental conditions.

For additional information and measures for mosquito control and prevention, you may visit:

Mosquito Control at Home | Mosquitoes | CDC

Preventing Mosquito Bites | Mosquitoes | CDC

Tips to Prevent Mosquito Bites | US EPA

Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Rate

The Fort Bend County Municipal Utility District No. 115 will hold a public hearing on a proposed tax rate for the tax year 2023 on Monday, September 25, 2023 at 9:30 a.m., at 202 Century Square Blvd., Sugar Land, Texas 77478, or by videoconference at Microsoft Teams: https://districtmtg.com/961. Your individual taxes may increase at a greater or lesser rate, or even decrease, depending on the tax rate that is adopted and on the change in the taxable value of your property in relation to the change in taxable value of all other property. The change in the taxable value of your property in relation to the change in the taxable value of all other property determines the distribution of the tax burden among all property owners.

Visit Texas.gov/PropertyTaxes to find a link to your local property tax database on which you can easily access information regarding your property taxes, including information about proposed tax rates and scheduled public hearings of each entity that taxes your property.

Notice of Public Hearing on Tax Rate (PDF)

Supplemental Patrolling

Effective October 1, 2021, the District’s supplemental patrolling is now being provided by the City of Missouri City Police Department. For non-emergency issues, they can be reached at (281) 403-8700 or (281) 403-8710. Please dial 911 for emergencies.

Law Enforcement in the Riverstone Community

Recently, we have received several questions related to law enforcement within the Riverstone community, and we want to provide clarity on the limited role the MUDs play in that area.

  1. MUDs are not responsible for law enforcement – MUDs can only provide resources (typically funding) to assist law enforcement agencies of the County or City.
  2. The entities with primary responsibility for crime prevention and law enforcement (patrolling, schedules, procedures, etc.) in Riverstone are:
    • Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Department for MUDs 128, 129, and 149
    • City of Missouri City Police Department for MUD 115
  3. The Riverstone MUDs give funding to local law enforcement agencies for supplemental patrolling within Riverstone. Their current contract for these services is with the Fort Bend County Constables (Pct 4) office.
  4. If you have any concerns related to law enforcement in Riverstone, you should address your questions directly to the responsible entities: the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Department, Fort Bend County Constable Precinct 4, or the City of Missouri City Police Department.  They have the ability to change the current patrolling or other law enforcement practices in Riverstone.
  5. Please note that any private security resources outside of the framework described above would need to be done with the approval of your HOA.


According to the MUD operator, your water is still safe for consumption.

Your water supply is NOT subject to a boil-water requirement.

In the event circumstances change, we will notify affected residents immediately.

If your water pressure is low, you may have an internal issue with lines within your home or property.

Notice of Rate Increase

As of December 1, 2020, the City of Mo. City will increase its regulatory groundwater reduction plan fee from $2.19 to $2.38 per 1,000 gallons of water used. Your January 2021 bill will reflect the new rate.