Welcome to the Sonterra Municipal Utility District
Located adjacent to the city of Jarrell, Texas, Sonterra is the second fastest growing community in Williamson County. Sonterra currently has an estimated population of 3,000, while the total preliminary property appraisal within the district is over $158 million. A young community, Sonterra already has a pool and community center, an elementary school, a fire station, a church, restaurants, convenience stores, a laundromat, apartments, and more.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided on this site is accurate. This information is provided for your convenience only and does not override any part of the official records and documents of the District.

Next Meeting
Monday, July 16th
The regular Sonterra MUD Board of Directors meetings are held on the third Monday of every month at 6:00pm.
Notice of Termination of Stage 3 and Implementation of Stage 2 Water Use Restrictions

Sonterra Municipal Utility District has implemented Stage 2 Water Use Restrictions effective June 19, 2018. The Districtís new water supply wells were successfully placed into service on June 14, 2018. The District will continue to monitor the system over the next week before considering further reductions to the water use restrictions.

The Stage 2 Water Use Restrictions are contained in the District's Drought Contingency Plan as adopted on 7/31/17, which is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. You can also download the single-page Summary chart.

SONTERRA COMMUNITY POOL IS OPEN FOR 2018!

The clubhouse is available for meetings or parties in the off-season.
More clubhouse and pool info...

The Sonterra MUD board has ended the weekly testing and posting of Fluoride test results. It was determined that the range was consistently between 3.4-4.2 mg/l.

For those concerned with the fluoride levels the MUD provides free Reverse Osmosis water at the Community Center Pool Complex.

A water line is under construction to bring water with negligible levels of Fluoride to the MUD and the MUD anticipates the Fluoride issue to be fixed in 2019 when this project is completed.
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