Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – May 31, 2022

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of May 31, 2022. The next meeting is scheduled for June 28, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for May 2022

PGVFD Report

May 17 Canvassing Meeting

A PGMUD board meeting was held at the district building to canvass the results of the May 7, 2022, election. The certified returns showed that Director Yokubaitis was reelected with 600 votes. Austin Roberts was also elected with second most votes of 457. The rest of the meeting covered the necessary procedures and filings to make the results official and to set the board positions.

Parks Report

The flags were lowered to half-staff on May 24, 2022 and raised on May 28, 2022 in at Pecan Grove Park and Memorial Park in honor of the lives lost at the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde.

The flags were lowered to half-staff and raised at sunset on May 30, 2022 at Pecan Grove Park and Memorial Park in honor of Memorial Day.

The new sidewalk from playground to the drive at Pecan Grove Park which was authorized at the March meeting has been completed.

An online portal on our website for event reservations at the new Pecan Grove MUD Administration/Community building is planned to be ready by June 13, 2022.

Operator’s Report

  • May testing confirmed the drinking water system met the state and federal compliance standard for disinfection and there were no permit excursions for the month in wastewater.
  • The board authorized the operator to replace the surface water treatment plant sed basin east sludge pump. The pump has been ordered and will be installed upon receipt.
  • The board authorized the operator to install additional bollards and chain at district owned properties along the levee. The materials have been received and installation has begun.
Action Items

The operator requested and received authorization to repair the surface water treatment plant vertical turbine pump #3. The pump was pulled due to reduced production and some vibration.

Annual Fire Hydrant Flushing

The annual fire hydrant flushing will begin the week of June 13th.

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Main Channel High Bank Rehabilitation

Starting June 1, 2022, a contractor engaged by Pecan Grove Municipal District will begin work on the banks of the main channel which drains the portion of the District generally located south of Plantation Drive.

Project includes re-establishing backslope swales and adjusting backslope drains along Main Channel to prevent standing water on the maintenance berms which can cause erosion and failures.  Construction will primarily involve small earth moving equipment but may, at time, involve larger equipment as necessary to complete the project.

Any vegetation that overhangs the channel high bank and impedes the construction activity may be trimmed to facilitate construction.

This project will take approximately three months to complete.

Should you have any questions regarding the project or concerns about construction please contact the District office at (281) 238-5000.

Runoff Elections

Tuesday, May 24th is election day for party runoff elections. Early voting is all this week and Bowie Middle School is the most convenient voting site for early voting. The PGMUD building will also be a polling location on May 24.

Please Vote

Saturday, May 7, 2022, is the election for directors for the Pecan Grove MUD. The most convenient voting location is Bowie Middle School from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Please get out and vote.

Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – April 26, 2022

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of April 26, 2022. The next meeting is scheduled for May 31, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for March 2022

PGVFD Report – March 2022

Parks Report

Repairs were completed on the restroom doors in Pecan Grove Park. Our parks contractor, Time & Season, is working with community volunteers to update the Butterfly Garden in Memorial Park. In May a new sidewalk from the playground to the parking lot in Pecan Grove Park will be built. Fort Bend County has donated 40 live oak trees to the subdivision and plans are in process for their placement. The community building had its first major meeting on April 19th with the Pecan Grove POA held its quarterly gathering.

Operator’s Report

  • March testing confirmed the drinking water system met the state and federal compliance standard for disinfection and there were no permit excursions for the month in wastewater.
  • The operator was authorized by the board to replace the surface water treatment plant sed basin east sludge pump for an estimated cost of $22,000.00. During inspection the pump was found to have a crack in the volute and in need of new seals, bearings, and wear plates.
  • The operator will be adding additional bollards and chains to places where motorized vehicles are accessing the levee.
  • The annual fire hydrant flushing will occur on June 13.

Engineer’s Report

Drainage and levee system, including maintenance, repair and improvements, including storm water pump stations

  • Belin Park Fence
    • Odyssey met representatives from Pecan Grove Athletic Association at Belin Park to discuss the existing fence back stop and its impact upon the levee.
    • Due to recent high wind events, the fence is dramatically leaning and could present a concern for the toe of the levee.
    • Odyssey recommends that PGMUD, in connection with the PGAA, budget to remove the existing fence in the next fiscal year.
    • PGAA will install, at their own expense, a new backstop fence set away from the toe of the levee.
  • Belin Park Parking
    • Additionally, discussed adjustment of the parking area located on the “Old Farmer Road” alignment that the District acquired from Fort Bend County.
    • PGAA proposes to overlay existing paving with asphalt and extend asphalt to allow for  better parking surface.
    • Odyssey discussed drainage and franchise utility concerns in the area, but otherwise would likely have no objection to the proposed adjustments, subject to Board approval and any necessary agreements between District and PGAA.
    • PGAA is determining costs and budgetary allowances for this project.
  • Ponding on Stuart Drive in Pecan Terrace
    • Resident notified the District of a large ponding area on Stuart Drive in Pecan Terrace.
    • Odyssey has determined that these streets have been accepted by Fort Bend County and has notified Road and Bridge of the issue and notified the resident.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – March 29, 2022

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of February 29, 2022. The next meeting is scheduled for April 26, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for February 2022

PGVFD Report – February 2022

Parks Report

In April we will be replacing the doors for the restrooms in Pecan Grove Park. In addition, the board gave approval to building a sidewalk from the playground in the park to the roadway. The rules for rental of the PGMUD building are being finalized with an addition for use by non-profit organizations.

Operator’s Report for February 2022

February testing confirmed the drinking water system met the state and federal compliance standard for disinfection and there were no permit excursions for the month in wastewater. Replacement of both the surface water treatment plant GAC pumps and motors is complete and final cleanup is underway. Repair to the wastewater treatment plant outfall sinkhole has been completed and backfill testing is being scheduled.

Engineer’s Report

In 2021, Pecan Grove M.U.D. used the following amounts of water:

Current regulations require only 30% of water usage to be from surface water sources.  In 2025, this regulation increases to 60% of water usage to be from surface water sources.  Pecan Grove M.U.D. is already meeting this future standard.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – February 22, 2022

PGMUD Meeting of February 22, 2022

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of February 22, 2021.  The next meeting is scheduled for March 29, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for January 2022

PGVFD Report – January 2022

Parks Report

In Pecan Grove Park, the new sidewalk to the benches around the pavilion was completed.  Vitec bushes at the signage have been replaced. A proposal for an additional sidewalk from the playground to the road is under study. The agreement for renting the PGMUD Administration/Community Building was presented and generated considerable discussion and was accepted with minor adjustments.

GFL Environmental Inc.

David Selesky and Tony Emilio from GFL Environmental Inc. (which bought Waste Management, our garbage service) introduced themselves and expressed their commitment to providing Pecan Grove with excellent trash hauling service.  They presented statistics for January that showed that for January that of 57,546 individual container collections for the month there were only 11 issues and only 6 missed pickups reported for Customer Service Success rate of 99.981%.  They left their contact information and asked that residents continue to report problems so that they can be corrected.

Operator’s Report for January 2022

All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month of January. The SWTP GAC pumps have been delivered with one installed and one in the installation process. The chlorine dioxide generator at the SWTP has been repaired and is working well. The gate for the Main Channel access has been repaired and the “No Motorized Vehicles” signs have been installed along Bullhead Slough. We added 5 email subscribers (now 3,846) with 4,052 text subscribers.

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Public Hearing Notice – Pecan Grove Volunteer Fire Department Tax-Exempt Bond

Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, at 5:30 p.m., a public hearing, as required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, will be held by the Board of Directors of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District (the “PGMUD”), a political subdivision of the State of Texas, for Pecan Grove Volunteer Fire Department, a Texas non-profit volunteer fire department organized under the laws of the State of Texas, with respect to the issuance and making of a tax-exempt bond (“Promissory Note”) by Pecan Grove Volunteer Fire Department (“PGVFD”)with Government Capital Corporation. The proposed Promissory Note will be used by PGVFD to finance the remodeling construction of Fire Station No. 1 (Pitts Road), all in furtherance of the firefighting service agreement between the PGVFD and PGMUD.

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This notice will stay posted until February 23rd, 2022.

Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – January 25, 2022

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of December 25, 2021. The next meeting is scheduled for February 25, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for December 2021

Parks Report

The trees along Mason Road and in Pecan Grove Park were trimmed in January. The restroom mirrors were replaced at the park as well. A new concrete sidewalk is being installed around the pavilion. There has been a request to install a sidewalk from the playground to the playground which Marcus said he would look into. We have had considerable interest in renting the new community building for events. The requirements and rental terms are being finalized.

Operator’s Report

  • All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month of
    The replacement surface water treatment plant GAC pumps and motors have been delivered and the installation is underway.
  • The replacement surface water treatment plant PALL membrane SCADA computer and software have been installed and are working as intended.
  • The installation of the bollards, gate and chain across the levee at Old Dixie Ln and Colonel Court Dr. has been completed.
  • EDP plans to overhaul and repair the surface water treatment plant chlorine dioxide generator for estimated cost of $24,600.00. The current system is nearing 10 years old and much of the equipment is beginning to fail. The overhaul and repair would consist of new piping, valves, pumps, rotameters and panels.
  • In December the motor at water plant #2 blew and tripped the main breaker at the plant. The motor was inspected and found to have short to ground and in need of repair. Emergency approval was given and repairs are underway.
  • GM Services completed the performance testing of the District’s water wells 3 and 5. No problems were noted during the inspections.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – December 16, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the new Pecan Grove Community/Administration building on the evening of December 16, 2021. The next meeting is scheduled for January 25, 2022 in the PGMUD Community/Administration building at 5:30 p.m.

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report for December 2021

* The Sheriff’s Office has utilized its Day Shift and Evening Shift Traffic Units for a traffic enforcement operation in Pecan Grove for the month of December. This was in addition to the Contract Deputy Traffic enforcement. This operation will continue through January.

Operator’s Report

There was a problem with the GCWA meter which caused the amount produced to read low which led to an overestimate of accountability. The meter has been repaired. All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month. At the Surface Water Treatment Plant the GAC pump replacement has been ordered and the PALL membrane SCADA computer and software upgrade are in process. Bollards and a gate on the levee at the east end of Old Dixie Lane and Colonel Court have been ordered. There is a sinkhole that has developed at the outfall and EDP has been authorized to get it repaired.

Engineering Report

Fort Bend Subsidence District has renewed the District’s well permits with a total authorized withdrawal of 850 million gallons of ground water for 2022.

Fort Bend County Change in Precincts

Fort Bend County Commissioner’s Court has redrawn the precinct lines and renumbered the precincts effective January 1, 2022. Pecan Grove used to be in Precinct 3 but now is in Precinct 1 and our commissioner is now Vincent Morales. To see the new precinct lines go to www.fortbendcountytx.gov.

Fort Bend County Primary Elections

On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, there will be primary elections in Texas for candidates contending to be on the ballot for the November general election. Early voting begins on Monday, February 14, 2022, and ends on Friday, February 25, 2022. The new PGMUD Community/Administration building will be a polling (voting) location on Election Day.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – November 30, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Baptist Church on the evening of November 30, 2021. The next meeting is scheduled for December 16, 2021 in the new PGMUD Administration/Community building at 5:30 p.m.

PGVFD Report – October 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – November 2021

Operator’s Report

All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month. At the Waste Water Treatment Plant the sludge box winch and the sludge pump VFD have been repaired. At the Surface Water Treatment Plant the belt press water meter has been replaced and the GAC pump replacement has been ordered and the PALL membrane SCADA computer and software upgrade are in process. The bollards on the levee at the east end of Timothy Lane have been installed and the gate is in place. There is a sinkhole that has developed at the outfall and EDP has been authorized to get it repaired.

Fort Bend County Change in Precincts

Fort Bend County Commissioner’s Court has redrawn the precinct lines and renumbered the precincts effective January 1, 2022. Pecan Grove used to be in Precinct 3 but now is in Precinct 1 and our commissioner is now Vincent Morales. To see the new precinct lines go to www.fortbendcountytx.gov.

What are the requirements for operating a golf cart on public roads in Texas?

  • Golf carts are required to display golf cart license plate ($10, does not expire) and a slow moving vehicle emblem.
  • All traffic laws pertaining to the movement regular motor vehicles apply.
  • An operator of golf cart on public roads must possess a valid driver’s license (or learner’s permit with an adult present),

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – October 26, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Baptist Church on the evening of October 26, 2021.

PGVFD Report – September 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

Monthly Contract Report – Pecan Grove – October 2021

Operator’s Report

All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month. The bollards on the levee at the east end of Timothy Lane have been installed and the gate is being made. The tree in the swale between Harvest Green and our levee has been removed as it was restricting drainage.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – September 28, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Baptist Church on the evening of September, 2021.

PGVFD Report – August 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

Monthly Contract Report – Pecan Grove – September 2021

Parks Report – Time and Season

The flags at the parks were lowered to half-staff on September 8 and 11, 2021 in honor of Robert Ynclan and Patriot’s Day.

The pavers at Memorial Park were power washed and new dog waste dispensers were installed at Pecan Grove Park.

Time and Season will be having a new fence erected around the new admin/community building. The existing fence at PG Park will be painted and there will be repairs and improvements to the pavilion and restrooms. The parking spaces will be restriped and trees will be trimmed in the parks and along the levee/jogging trail.

EDP Operators Report

All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month. The operator was authorized to replace the sludge pump VFD at the Wastewater Treatment Plant, replace the GAC pumps at the Surface Water Treatment Plant (SWTP), and replace the water meter for the belt press at the SWTP and to upgrade the SCADA computer and software for the Pall Membrane system at the SWTP.

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Upcoming Rains with Tropical Storm Nicholas

Tropical Storm Nicholas continues to track north towards the Texas coast with landfall likely to occur somewhere between Corpus Christi and Galveston Bay Monday evening. Some rain bands out ahead of Nicholas have already reached the Texas coast with an increasingly widespread area of rainfall expected to arrive as Nicholas inches closer to land later today.

Excessive Rainfall Outlook features a remarkable three straight days’ worth of Moderate Risks (level 3/4) for portions of the Texas coast and southern Louisiana. Localized totals of up to 20 inches of rain is possible across parts of the Texas and Louisiana coastlines through the mid-week, with widespread amounts between southern Texas and southwest Louisiana around 5 to 10 inches. Rainfall amounts of this magnitude will likely lead to areas of flash flooding that could be life-threatening where the heaviest totals and highest rainfall rates transpire.

The good news is that we’ve been very dry and the drainage and storm sewer system are empty.

Here are some ways that you can assist and encourage your system to drain as efficiently as possible:

  • Bring in any trash cans, bags or other items that could get caught in rising street water. These items can float and block the inlet preventing or restricting any water from entering the storm drains.
  • If you typically have a car parked in the street, consider pulling it up into your driveway as close to your house as possible, with the engine towards the house.  If unable to pull the car into the driveway, consider asking a neighbor to use any unoccupied space.
  • Be sure to monitor official announcements from Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management and the National Weather Service for official updates.

Odyssey and EDP are communicating regarding any needs for the District; however, EDP has your District in good shape and ready to handle this storm.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact EDP or Odyssey Engineering Group.

Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – August 31, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held via teleconference on the evening of August 31, 2021.

PGVFD Report – August 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report – August 2021

Parks Report (Time and Season, Inc.)

Flags at the parks were lowered to half-staff to honor and remember the service personnel killed at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan.
The monument signs in the parks were power washed in August.

Operations Report (EDP) for July 2021

All water quality tests were found to be in compliance for the month of July. Repairs were carried out on the SWTP membrane system, WWTP sludge box winch and the WWTP thickener sludge pump. Bollards have been ordered for installation at the northeast corner of the levee. A tree growing in the levee between Pecan Grove and Harvest Green will be removed in September. Water wells 3, 4 and 5 were performance tested in July with all passing.

This month’s water bill message is:

Please conserve water. Check your sprinkler system. Water in the street indicates adjustments are needed in duration and/or sprinkler pattern. Water smart and save money in the process. Free toilet leak detection tablets are available at the customer service office.

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Venomous Snake in Pecan Grove Park

Pecan Grove MUD has recently received reports of the presence of a venomous snake in the Pecan Grove Park off Pitts Road. Time and Season is monitoring the situation and following the guidance and regulations set by the Texas Parks Wildlife Department.

Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – July 27, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Baptist Church on the evening of July 27, 2021.

PGVFD Report – June 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

Monthly Contract Report – Pecan Grove – June 2021

There were two Burglary of Motor vehicles, both were unlocked vehicles. There were three burglaries of habitations. One was a known suspect who took property from a residence. One was property taken out of a garage that had been left open and the last one was a forced entry burglary where a window was broken in order to gain entry.

Parks Report (Time and Season, Inc.)

T&S removed the dead bottlenose brushes in Pecan Grove Park in July. No additional action at this time.

On July 14th, following the levee inspection, CDC contacted T&S regarding issues of Army worms. The park liaison approved treated for the worms along the levee for an estimated of $3,200.00. No additional action at this time.

Bullhead Slough

The aerators in Bullhead Slough continue to have maintenance and failure problems. CDC (the districts primary landscape contractor) is requesting that the district consider replacing the current aerators with the same type of aerator (Aqua Master Diffuser) as we use in Pecan Lakes.

Operations Report (EDP)

Repairs and Operations

In June repairs were completed at the water plant #2 emergency generator radiator and the generator is working. As a result of the annual fire hydrant flushing 5 hydrants (out of 411 tested) were repaired and are back in service.

Action Items Requested

Repairs are needed for the wastewater treatment plant sludge box winch and for the wastewater treatment plant thickener sludge pump. In addition, bollards are going to be installed at the North Eastern corner of the levee to impeded unauthorized vehicular traffic. Driving motorized vehicles on the levee can result in a $5,000 fine to violators.

In the near future, the district will be adding the capability for emergency text notification to all residents who have signed up through the website. This would allow the district to alert homeowners of any actions that negatively affect the water supply system and require them to take action.

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Alligator Sighting in Pecan Lakes Detention Pond

Pecan Grove MUD has recently received reports of the presence of an alligator in Pecan Lakes Detention Pond. Pecan Grove MUD is monitoring the situation and following the guidance and regulations set by the Texas Parks Wildlife Department.

Pecan Grove MUD requests that residents report any sightings of alligators to its operator, Environmental Development Partners, at (281) 238-5000. Please share this information with your neighbors and visit pecangroveud.com for more details about the District.

Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – June 29, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held at the Pecan Grove Baptist Church on the evening of May 26, 2021. This was the first in-person meeting for the board since February of 2020.

PGVFD Report – May 2021

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office

Monthly Contract Report – Pecan Grove – June 2021

Operations Report (EDP)

Our operations group is continuing to investigate the under reporting of water produced.

Repairs and Operations

In May repairs were completed at the Surface Water Plant with the reinstallation of a dewatering pipe for the sedimentation basin, the replacement of a high service pump and the completion of the membrane health check. The damaged automatic transfer switch at the Waste Water Treatment plant was replaced. The annual fire hydrant flushing was completed.

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Highlights of Pecan Grove MUD Meeting – May 26, 2021

The regular monthly meeting of the Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District was held via conference call on the evening of May 26, 2021. Current plans for the meetings are to return to in person meetings beginning in June.

PGVFD

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office – Monthly Contract Report

Electric Supply Contract

Dave Ciarella reported on the new contract with TXU that lowers are price per KW hour to about $0.41.

Parks Report

Marcus Campbell reported that there has been some vandalism in the restrooms at Pecan Grove Park that has been reported to the Sheriff’s office. The lighting at Windmill Park has been replaced. In May there were 16 pavilion reservations and June reservations are starting out strong. There also has been considerable interest in reserving the new community building for events when it is completed.

Operations

Accountability for April was high again as EDP still has some under production errors.



Annual fire hydrant testing begins the week of June 14th.

All water quality testing for the month was completed and showed that we meet all state standards.

The annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) will be mailed out in June.

We continue to maintain our website and send email blasts of important information to those signed up for emails. We have 3,663 email subscribers, up 32 from last month.

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New Community Center in Pecan Grove Park

The Pecan Grove Municipal Utility District broke ground recently, in the Southeast corner of Pecan Grove Park, on a new Community Center. The District has completed the majority of the groundwork including digging the detention pond and laying the necessary pipework. Next steps include pouring the concrete slab for the Center.

The District had $1,000,000 in undesignated surplus funds remaining from their Series 2010 Bonds. Additionally, the District had approximately $752,000 in undesignated surplus funds originating from their reimbursement from a Natural Resources Conservation Service Grant. The NRCS grant was a reimbursement from the state for the Jones Creek Project.

In total, the District has allocated the $1,752,000 to be used for the new Community Center. Any unused funds remaining after the completion of the project will remain as surplus in the District’s account and could be used for future projects. The estimated cost of the Community Center project at completion is $1,634,000.

The Community Center will be used for both official District activities and public usage. There will be space for community rentals and activities. In addition, the Pecan Grove’s administrative office will move to the new Center and there will be space for the monthly District board meetings.

Currently, Pecan Grove Park has a pavilion that is often rented out. The Community Center will give the community an alternate space to use during less advantageous weather conditions.

The new Community Center will be completed by the fourth quarter of 2021.

PGMUD Weather Update

The District’s Operator (EDP) and Engineer (Odyssey) are monitoring the current and projected Brazos River levels.

The river is projected to reach an elevation of 42.5’ around Sunday, June 6th which puts the District into readiness Level 3. Per the District’s EAP (Emergency Action Plan), the south pump station gates should close at Brazos River elevation 40.0′. The next critical EAP elevation would be 43.56′ Brazos River gage elevation which would indicate the Pecan Lakes pump station lead pump turns on.

Please continue to check the website for updates.