About Us

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Mustang SUD began as Mustang Water Supply Corporation and was incorporated on May 13, 1966. The corporation began with 50 connections and 5 Board members. Meters were read by each customer and new memberships were limited to available capacity in the lines.

By 1980, the system had grown to around 400 customers. Also that year, the first large storage tank, 20,000 gallons, was put in place at Well #2. In 1985, Mustang was awarded a Water Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) from the State of Texas to serve over 100 sq. miles of NE Denton County.

In 1992, the Board authorized the purchase of land at FM 455 and Hwy 377 for the construction of the first elevated storage tank. The 300,000 gallon tank was erected in 1995. Also in 1995, the largest line to that date, 10″ was placed along Hwy 377 from FM 455 to Krugerville. In 1996, connections exceeded 1,000 for the first time.

On May 15, 2000, the members voted to convert the Corporation to a Special Utility District, thus becoming a political subdivision of Texas. The process of conversion took two years and the Corporation was officially dissolved in 2002. The Kruger Water Works was purchased and the District began service to Krugerville. The Board also voted to name the first high-capacity pump station after long-time Boardmember Temple Dane.

In July 2001, the Board approved contracts with developers along 380 to share service rights, thus allowing the formation of Fresh Water Supply Districts within Mustang. These Districts are now better known as Providence, Paloma Creek, and Savannah subdivisions.

In 2002, Mustang was awarded a Wastewater Certificate of Convenience and Necessity (CCN) for the entire district. In 2004, the first wastewater customers came online in the Cross Oaks Ranch subdivision.

Rapid growth of Mustang created the need for additional office space. In 2006, Mustang held the groundbreaking for a new office building on FM 2931. The new office was opened later that year.

In 2011, Mustang went over 9,000 connections. The current system consists of ten groundwater wells, 2.8 million gallons per day of surface water capacity, and capacity in three wastewater plants. The largest project to date is the 2.25 million gallon Byran Rd. elevated storage tank, which went into service in 2009.

By 2013, Mustang added the 10,000th connection.

At the end of 2014, there were now over 12,500 connections.