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Welcome to the McKinney Municipal Utility District No. 2 website. Here, residents can find information regarding upcoming events, news, paying their water bill online, district boundaries, the board of directors, public documents from the District, contact information, and links to the following services.

General Meeting Information:
The Board typically holds regular meetings at 1:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at:
Del Webb Amenity Center
2001 N. Sweetwater Cove
McKinney, Texas 75071
For specific meeting date, time, and location, please refer to the Meeting Agenda.

District News and Information


Although cleanup is still in progress, ALL of the trails and fairways have been cleared of fallen trees, limbs, and debris.

Trails and fairways are clear and safe for transit and disc golf. However, there are several pockets of muddy areas around a few t-pads and on some of the trails and fairways.

Please watch for snakes! We have been seeing a couple a day since the wooded trails and fairways have been so inactive over the last few weeks due to weather and flooding. trees, limbs, and debris.

By |June 15th, 2024|


ALL wooded trails and fairways are CLOSED (NO EXCEPTIONS).

Water just receded Friday morning (June 7). However, there are still trees and huge limbs down or still falling. For LIFE & DEATH SAFETY, please do not cross the caution and danger tape and barriers!!

There is a possibility of more rain this Sunday and Monday. Staff will try to access the wooded trails and fairways next week, when it is safe enough to do so.

Fairways and wooded trails will remain CLOSED until determined safe for public use. This could take 2 to 3 weeks depending on weather. We apologize the inconvenience. The Staff is diligently working to reopen fairways and trails soon as possible.

By |June 7th, 2024|

Storm Impacts from 5/28/24

The MUD has been out clearing the main arteria streets, interior streets, and the concrete pathways in the parks. With all the effort that has been put into this, we are able to keep the main pathways open, but additional caution and awareness should be taken.

Portions of the paths by Lake Discovery (Pond 1) and Lake Serenity (Pond 2) are covered in water. Please use extra caution on those paths as the area may be slippery. With the extra water in the nearby tributary and river, there have been sightings of water moccasins and other creatures. The trail around pond 2 will remain closed until further notice due to water on the trails and higher river levels.

The Trinity River level is near the banks and has the possibility of breaching, so please do not enter the water in the ponds or river as there is a high risk of drowning.

The newer bridge near Lake Forest (pond 4) is currently impassable due to a tree being down over the bridge and water in the tributary also being high over the bridge. This sidewalk and bridge are closed until we can remove the tree and water levels recede.

DUE TO SAFETY: The nature trails throughout the park system are CLOSED. We are aware of many trees that are down in the trails and it will take some time to remove them all. We will address all issues as we are able to address them safely with our staff.

DUE TO SAFETY: The disc golf course is CLOSED. There are many trees and branches down. Some trees some leaning and and may fall due the wet ground and high winds. The trees will be removed when we are able to access the areas safely and without causing additional damage to the area with heavy equipment.

Our crews will be out in force over the next couple weeks to address all areas mentioned above. It will take some time for the parks to be back to their normal conditions. There will be delays in mowing some areas due to high saturation of water, inability to access areas because of downed trees, or one of the many other things that are found during the coming week.

By |May 28th, 2024|


PLEASE DO NOT allow kiddos to block the main drain on the splashpad causing a pool that overflows all the splashpad water to the flowerbeds!

Blocking the splashpad main drain empties the recirculating tank causing the pumps to run dry which will burn up the pumps and also cause the chlorine and UV system to overwork trying to keep up the water balance.

Blocking the splashpad main drain while the features are running will cause SEVERE damage and to the system pumps, and UV system causing a splashpad shutdown while we have to make EXTREMELY costly and lengthy repairs to the entire system.

By |May 20th, 2024|

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