• Welcome to North Austin Municipal Utility District  #1

      North Austin MUD #1 is located Northwest of Austin and provides utility service to the Milwood/Rattan Creek area that includes The Bluffs and Rattan Creek subdivisions. The district is located in an area generally west of Parmer lane, bounded by McNeil Road on the south and RR 620 on the north. The district straddles the Williamson - Travis County line with the majority of the district located in Williamson County.
      The district is professionally managed by Crossroads Utility Services Company whose primary responsibilities include managing the water and wastewater services, trash collection, and maintenance of all public areas within district including two beautiful and extensive parks with a pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, hike and bike trails and athletic fields.
      The North Austin M.U.D. No. 1  website is provided as a public service. While efforts are made to keep this information accurate and current the information contained in these pages Is offered for reference only and the District makes no representations, warranties or guarantees as to the accuracy or currency as to this website or the links from this website. The responsibility for content of the links from this website rests with the organizations who are providing the information. Any specific issues, questions or comments should be directed to the General Manager, Gary Spoonts of Crossroads Utility Services Company. Mr. Spoonts can be reached at:

      North Austin M.U.D. #1
      c/o Crossroads Utility Services Company
      2601 Forest Creek Drive
      Round Rock, TX 78665-1232
      Phone: 512-246-1400 Fax: 512-246-1900

      Email Mr Spoonts by clicking on this link.
       

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      • December 18, 2014
        A home in North Austin MUD #1 was discovered to have high Mercury levels due to an accidental spill in the garage. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Williamson County Hazardous Materials Response were contacted in order to verify the spill and vapor levels in the home on Amasia Cove. A cleanup crew has been contacted, and they will slowly go through the house to mitigate the high levels of mercury. At this time, there are no mercury vapors outside the house, so it is not a threat to people outside of the home. The vapors are not a threat to water or wastewater.
      • November 24, 2014
        The North Austin M.U.D. No. 1 Board of Director issued an Order canvassing the November 4, 2014 Election returns and declaring the results official. The Order was passe on November 19, 2014.
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      • Dec 18, 2014 - Jan 31, 2015
        December 18, 2014 – A home in North Austin MUD #1 was discovered to have high Mercury levels due to an accidental spill in the garage. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Williamson County Hazardous Materials Response were contacted in order to verify the spill and vapor levels in the home on Amasia Cove. A cleanup crew has been contacted, and they will slowly go through the house to mitigate the high levels of mercury. At this time, there are no mercury vapors outside the house, so it is not a threat to people outside of the home. The vapors are not a threat to water or wastewater. (Click above to read more.)