Coming Soon – New Online Customer Portal

Please note the following important changes that are being made to the way online payments are made.

On August 28, 2018, we will introduce a new customer portal as a new option for making payments. After this date, we request that you create an account by visiting www.edpwater.com and following the instructions below. Make individual or automatic payments online for a $1.00 fee, when paying by eCheck from a bank account or for a 3% fee when paying by credit or debit card. If you have made electronic payments in the past the previous website will now redirect you to the new payment portal.

How to create an account:

  1. Go to www.edpwater.com
  2. Click on Pay Your Bill > Select your water District’s name
  3. Click on PAY ONLINE NOW
  4. Click on Sign up now
  5. Follow online instructions beginning with your security code from your most recent water bill

We hope you enjoy the new features which will include:

  • Viewing real-time balance & transaction history
  • Viewing current and past billing statements
  • Viewing your water use history
  • Updating your mailing address
  • Signing up for ebilling

Changes to Our Auto-Pay Program

We will be moving our auto-pay program over to the Online Customer Portal beginning August 28, 2018. This change should not disrupt auto-payments set up through our original payment program and no action should be required. After August 28, 2018, we encourage you to sign on to the new customer portal and confirm/update your account information.

Thank you for your attention to this matter and we hope these changes will improve your satisfaction with services provided by your water district.

For more information or assistance with registration, call Pecan Grove Customer Service at 281-238-5000.
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm CST.
Visit www.edpwater.com for more information.

Are you planning to install a swimming pool?

If you plan to construct or install a swimming pool or in-ground spa within the District’s boundaries, you must notify the District’s operator, EDP, in writing prior to commencing construction of the pool. This may be completed by emailing www.pecangrovemud.com/contact with your account number in the subject line. After the notification is received, a representative from the District’s operator will contact you to schedule the necessary inspection and answer any questions related to the District’s requirements for pool installations.

The District’s operator will ensure that all drains and backwash from the swimming pool or spa are installed and connected to the District’s sanitary sewer and that the proper backflow prevention devices required by the District are installed. After the drains have been installed, you must notify the District’s operator, who will make an inspection of all swimming pool drains to verify that the proper connection is made, before service is authorized for said swimming pool. The current inspection fee charged to the person installing the swimming pool is $75 and billed on the water bill.

Lawsuit to Recover Damages Related to Flooding During Hurricane Harvey

After repeated failed negotiation and mediation attempts to reach settlement with Jones & Carter, the former District engineers, on Thursday June 21, the District filed a lawsuit in Fort Bend County Courts to recover damages related to flooding during Hurricane Harvey. On Wednesday, June 20, the District received notice that a group of homeowners also filed suit against Jones & Carter. You may find copies of the lawsuit petitions online at the Fort Bend County District Clerk website.