About MUD No. 6
Brazoria County Municipal Utility District No. 6, of Brazoria County, Texas (the "District"), a political subdivision of the State of Texas, created by an order of the Texas Water Commission, now known as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the "TCEQ" or "Commission"), dated April 1, 1987, is located in Brazoria County, Texas, approximately 10 miles South of the Texas Medical Center complex and approximately 12 miles South of the Houston Central Business District and lies partly within the extraterritorial jurisdiction ("ETJ") of the City of Pearland, Texas, and partly within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Manvel, Texas, except for 0.06 acres which lies within the corporate limits of the City of Pearland, Texas. The District lies at the intersection of Texas State Highway 288 ("SH 288") and Farm to Market Road 518 ("FM 518") on the Eastern side of SH 288. The District contains approximately 814.3 acres of land and serves Weatherford Subdivision ("Sheldon Cove"), Woodbend Subdivision ("Woodbend"), Scofield Subdivision ("Scofield"), Summerfield Subdivision ("Summerfield"), Crestwood Cove Subdivision ("Crestwood Cove") and Silvercreek Subdivision ("Silvercreek").
The District has been developed for single family residential, multi family and commercial uses. The District contains approximately 1,300 single family residences; a 472-unit apartment project; a 312-unit apartment project; and a 197-unit apartment project. Major retail businesses in the District include a Randall's grocery store, a Famous Footwear store, a Kohl's department store, a Marshall's department store, a Super Wal-Mart store, Best Buy store, Bed Bath & Beyond store, a Super Target store and a 12-screen movie theater. The District also contains five banks; several fast food restaurants; TGI Friday's, Olive Garden, Chili's, Johnny Carino's, IHOP, Saltgrass, and Joe's Crab Shack; JC Penney's store and an Old Navy store; two service stations, a car wash, and an auto repair shop and several other retail stores.
Clarence E. Sasser Park is located on the south side of Southfork Rd (CR 59) @ Jeske Rd (CR 922) a few blocks east of Highway 288.
In 2014 Brazoria County MUD #6 proudly opened Clarence E. Sasser Park. The park was named in honor of Brazoria County’s only living Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, Clarence E. Sasser.
Company Man and Brazoria County Combined Honor Guard
Representative Harry Gaul with Clarence Sasser
(photo courteousy of The Journal: Pearland)
There is almost a mile of track around the park for jogging or walking, a pavilion with tables & barbeque pits, playground, three baseball fields, soccer field and landscaping.
Note: There are no reservations required to use the pavilion or park. If using the pavilion for family events, etc, please help keep our parks beautiful and clean!
Important District Documents
- Consumer Confidence Report - 2017
- Drought Contingency Plan (latest)
- Rate Order 2019
- State of Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights
- Official Texas Attorney General's Link for Landowner's Bill of Rights
- Annual Electricity Consumption Report (2016-2017)
- Order Levying Taxes (2019) Audit Report (2017)
- Audit Report (2016)
- Audit Report (2015)
- Audit Report (2014)
Board of Directors
President: Michael Haney
Vice President: Rick King
Secretary: L’Sheryl Hudson
Assistant Secretary: Erich Bell
Assistant Secretary: David Ulsh