Hurricane Harvey Information
We are actively working to flood debris removal options for our community. We anticipate that everyone will begin debris removal, as you begin your clean-up process, we ask that you please comply with the following:
-Debris should not be placed on the street but as close to the curb as possible to assure pick up.
-Debris should be loose and not bagged.
Separate Debris into Six Categories Listed Below
Normal Household Trash
Construction & Demolition Debris
Appliances & White Goods
Household Hazardous Waste
-In order to have enough room for proper pick up, we ask that you do not park on the street blocking debris pick up.
-If you dont have a sidewalk, ditch or utility line in front of your house, place debris at the edge of your property before the curb.
-Please do not mix different types of storm debris. Mixed debris will not be picked up by debris truck and household trash by Decker.
As you begin your clean-up process, we recommend that you take precautions when coming in contact with flood water, which may be contaminated. It is recommended that you wear rubber boots and gloves while cleaning.
At this time all major roadways in Galveston County are open. All area hospitals are open as well.
Due to Hurricane Harvey and the subsequent disruption to the lives of our citizens and Bacliff MUD operations, the Bacliff MUD will not be processing penalties or disconnections for non-payment of water utility service through September 30. Billings will be delayed due to uncontrollable circumstances. Please contact our office at 281-339-1634