About Mustang Special Utility District

We got our start as a water supply corporation in 1966. Today, we proudly serve more than 120,000 customers and have been rated a “Superior Water Company” by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. We strive to provide reliable water services and be a community partner second to none.

Thanks to Your Efforts, We've Lifted All Water Restrictions

Earlier this month, we lifted all watering restrictions. You can use water for your irrigation and other outdoor purposes without any limitations.

This decision was a result of the collective efforts of our community in preserving and efficiently managing our water resources. Your commitment to conservation, responsible usage, and your willingness to adapt to restrictions during challenging times has been instrumental in our ability to maintain our water supply.

Please remember that, while the watering restrictions are no longer in place, we encourage you to continue using water wisely. Water conservation is a year-round responsibility, and your ongoing efforts are crucial in sustaining our local environment and ensuring a reliable water supply for the future.

We extend our heartfelt thanks for your cooperation.

Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving

We're thankful for the opportunity to bring life's precious resource to our community! Please note our office will be closed Nov. 23 and Nov. 24 to enjoy time with family and friends.

In the event of an emergency, you can reach us at 940-440-9561. We will return to normal business hours, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday, Nov. 27.

Why Let Clogged Pipes Ruin Your Thanksgiving?

Are you in charge of Thanksgiving dinner this year? If turkey and gravy are on your meal plan, think twice before you pour the grease down the drain. Fats, oils, and grease, commonly known as FOG, can do a real number on your pipes. As the grease solidifies, other food scraps, etc. can join the party and create a blockage. That's not something you want to deal with, especially when you have a houseful of guests.

Pour the grease into a jar or can once it cools down a bit, toss it into your trash, and get back to enjoying a slice of grandma's pecan pie.

Keep the Hospitality Flowing

The holidays are here and that may mean more guests than usual. You can conserve water by encouraging shorter showers and running the dishwasher only when there's a full load. Even before your guests arrive, it's a good idea to check your toilets for leaks.

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