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  • Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Records Service, type in your address and you get results. There were several in our neighborhood.


    To return 2018!


    What a new way to manage your water bill? Download the new app to pay your bill and enjoy the convenience of having information at your fingertips.

  • MUD 25 Mobile App


    Sugar Land City Council recently repealed a new distracted-driving ordinance after the Texas Legislature approved a less restrictive law that preempts local control.

    Sugar Land’s law was approved in February and prohibited the use of portable electronic devices while driving a vehicle in Sugar Land unless the device was in hands-free mode or being used for an emergency. The law included portable electronic devices including mobile phones, personal digital assistants, MP3s or other hand-held music players, electronic reading devices, laptop computers, pagers, electronic game devices and more.

    The new state law preempts all local distracted-driving ordinances and only prohibits texting while driving. The state’s law is difficult to enforce according to the Sugar Land Police Department.

    Sugar Land’s distracted driving ordinance was originally enacted following an extensive education campaign and public review process. The public was presented with the following three options and chose to restricted the use of portable electronic devices while operating a vehicle.

    With the state’s requirement for a less restrictive law, Sugar Land police will focus on continued public education to encourage motorists to avoid the use of electronic devices while driving.


    Fort Bend County is pleased to offer the Fort Bend Express commuter services that provide week day service to the Texas Medical Center, Greenway Plaza, and the Galleria. These services consist of rides from Fort Bend County, Monday through Friday, between 4:40 AM to 8:30 AM and returns between 3:15 PM and 6:40 PM at 15 to 25 minute intervals. There is no weekend service currently.

    For further information on the Fort Bend Express / Texas Medical Center commuter service or to have a form mailed or faxed, please call 281-633 7344 (RIDE) or 1-866-751-8747 (TRIP).


  • Fort Bend M.U.D. #25 - Fort Bend M.U.D. #25 Board Meetings are held the second Friday of each month. The meetings begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Conference Room adjacent to the M.U.D. Office on Old Richmond Road.


    Welcome 2018! The Austin High School P.T.O. wishes you all the best in the New Year!

    Upcoming Events: Shared Dreams will have their workdays on January 30th, 31st and February 2nd. A Sign-Up Genius will be sent out this month to sign-up and help us sort donated items.

    If you would like to volunteer, email Humaira Rizvi at to get on the P.T.O. email list & like us on Facebook-Austin High School PTO @ ahspto.

    And in order to volunteer, be sure to complete an online Criminal History Background Check EACH school year. Go to to complete this form.

    REMEMBER: Turn in all offsite volunteer hours at

    AHS P.T.O. Meeting: The AHS P.T.O. Meetings are open to all AHS Parents and are scheduled for the first Friday of every month at 9:15 a.m. in the School Library. The next meeting is on January 11, 2018 at 6.00pm in the campus cafeteria. Please Join us!

    Ongoing Pizza Sales: The AHS P.T.O. will be selling pizza the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month during all 3 lunches. Pizza cost is $2/slice and $12/whole pizza. Be sure to send money with your students to support P.T.O. The proceeds go towards supporting our wonderful Teachers and Staff at AHS.

    Volunteering Opportunities: To get Y.E.S. hours for your students and more details on the AHS P.T.O.’s Y.E.S. program, please go on the website


    The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office provides a Vacation/House Watch Program. While you are away they will check your resident for a maximum of fourteen (14) consecutive days.

    For more information on this program or to register your home, please visit their website at:


    The Following is some contact information which we hope you will find useful.

  • Community Crime Map, an interactive crime map website, is now available for citizens of Fort Bend County.

    Through a grant that benefited several law enforcement agencies in the county, the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office now has a website geared solely to help residents in the unincorporated areas of the county to track crime in their neighborhoods.

  • Log on to Community Crime Map
  • In case you know someone who has just inhaled or consumed poison, please call the US department of health and human services on this hotline: 1-800-222-1222.

    Please contact the following agencies to report these issues:

  • Dead animal in the road - Fort Bend Road and Bridge, 281-342-4513 (the Management Company is not responsible).

    Report to the Sheriff, 281-342-6116, first.

  • Car break ins
  • House break ins
  • Suspicious people

  • Dirty pools in backyards - Health Department Environmental Enforcement Unit at: 281-342-7469. Management Company may send letter only.

  • Dogs/Cats defecating in yards. Management Company will send a letter, but address is needed. If no address is provided, there is nothing the Management Company can do.

    If you report something to Austin Properties, they require an ADDRESS!


    As much as we enjoy seeing well-maintained homes and improvements being made in our community, we want to remind you of the necessity of obtaining approval from the Architectural Control Board.

    Guidelines are put into place in order to maintain consistency throughout the neighborhood which enhances the overall appearance of residences and helps retain the market value of our homes. As a rule, any work outside your residence that alters its appearance in any way requires prior ACC approval.

  • Request for Home Improvement Approval

    In general, some of the projects you would need approval for would include any exterior remodeling or additions, fences, pools, roofs, change of house color, patio additions, etc. To be absolutely sure you are meeting the guidelines of Summerfield , please contact Terri Salter, MASC Austin Properties, Inc., at 713-776-1771, before beginning any projects. She will be happy to clarify the necessary steps you should take.


    WATER HOSES - It has been observed that numerous residents are leaving their water hoses on their lawns when they are not in use. We wish to remind you that water hoses, just like garbage cans, should be stored out of sight when not actually being used. It certainly helps the looks of our neighborhood when we keep everything neat and tidy.


    Please remember that, although fireworks are not illegal outside the city limits, it is extremely important that you practice safety measures when using fireworks. Also, please be considerate of your neighbors. Don’t use fireworks late at night or early in the morning. Please make sure you clean up all debris when you finish. The safest measure of all, of course is to attend a public fireworks display and enjoy all the thrills without the danger! However you choose to celebrate, always keep safety first on your list.


    For those homeowners who need driveway or sidewalk repair, we wish to remind you that these repairs are not the responsibility of the M.U.D. District. It is the responsibility of the homeowner.

    We would like to recommend that you contact Concrete Raising Corporation at 713-991-1777 or log onto