Mason Creek Utility District has four water wells in three different locations within the district. The four wells combined can produce over 5,000 gallons per minute of potable water. These wells are located at three plant sites including the Houghton Road Water Plant, Dominion Drive Water Plant and Galleon Oaks Water Plant.


Sanitary sewer services are provided through the district’s partial ownership of a wastewater treatment plant located near Mason Road and connections with other area treatment resources.

In 2001 we repainted and made repairs to the elevated storage tank on Dominion. The 620,000-gallon storage tank has been completely repainted from the ground up and a new internal coating to meet state water quality guidelines. This tank is drained and inspected inside and out every 5 years. At the same time the tower was being painted, Taylor High School was granted permission to display its logo and name on the north side of the tower.

In 2000, a main water supply pipeline was installed in the esplanades of the newly constructed section of Westgreen Boulevard. This new pipeline was installed to complete the water supply loop around the Utility District and prepare for future growth along Westgreen Boulevard and I-10.

In 2000 we constructed a new maintenance and equipment storage building at the District office site. The new building is a 3,000-square foot block building and has been designed and constructed to store District equipment necessary for daily operations and to eliminate the storage of equipment outdoors.