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Municipal Utility Districts (Texas)

Eligibility 
Utility
Fed. Government
Commercial
Agricultural
Investor-Owned Utility
State/Provincial Govt
Industrial
Construction
Municipal/Public Utility
Local Government
Residential
Installer/Contractor
Rural Electric Cooperative
Tribal Government
Low-Income Residential
Schools
Retail Supplier
Institutional
Multi-Family Residential
Systems Integrator
Fuel Distributor
Nonprofit
General Public/Consumer
Transportation
Program Info
State 
Texas
Program Type 
Environmental Regulations
Provider 
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Municipal Utility Districts, regulated by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, may be created for the following purposes: (1) the control, storage, preservation, and distribution of its storm water and floodwater, the water of its rivers and streams for irrigation, power, and all other useful purposes; (2) the reclamation and irrigation of its arid, semiarid, and other land needing irrigation; (3) the reclamation and drainage of its overflowed land and other land needing drainage; (4) the conservation and development of its forests, water, and hydroelectric power; (5) the navigation of its inland and coastal water; (6) the control, abatement, and change of any shortage or harmful excess of water; (7) the protection, preservation, and restoration of the purity and sanitary condition of water within the state; and (8) the preservation of all natural resources of the state. The legislation contains information about district formation and operations, finances, and the power to issue bonds and notes.