When a *CURRENT MEMBER of the Emerald Bay Club/Emerald Bay Homeowners Association purchases an existing pre-owned home from another current member of the Emerald Bay Club/Emerald Bay HOA, several steps must be completed in order to transfer and receive permanent water and wastewater service.
First, it is recommended that you review the Rates & Fees section before you make an application.
The fees for the transfer of service to a new member are different from the fees required to transfer service to a current member, and all fees are due at the time of application.
The next step is to apply to the Emerald Bay Municipal Utility District for TEMPORARY WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICE. You may wish to print the forms from this section, however, we recommend you contact our office to make arrangements to complete the required service packet for a smooth transfer of services. The water meter will remain locked until all paperwork has been completed and returned to our office.
Select and print the following documents:
Complete all documents and bring them to the District office at the following address:
Emerald Bay Municipal Utility District
155 La Salle Drive
Bullard, TX 75757
Phone: (903) 825-6960
Fax: (903) 825-7589
The District office is open Monday - Friday, between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to apply for new services and pay the required fees. Once the application for services has been completed and all "Transfer Fees" are collected, you will be granted TEMPORARY WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICE.
Before permanent service is granted, the service address must have a Customer Service Inspection (CSI) performed by one of our approved inspectors. The cost of this inspection is $50.00 and will be due at the time of inspection. IF THE SERVICE LOCATION FAILS TO PASS THE CSI, IT MUST BE BROUGHT INTO COMPLIANCE WITH THE CURRENT STATE LAWS AND/OR LOCAL DISTRICT ORDINANCES FOR SERVICES TO CONTINUE.
Additionally, any existing or new backflow devices required by the Customer Service Inspection (CSI) must be inspected and certified by a Licensed BPAT Inspector to be in proper working order. A separate Backflow Test and Maintenance Report is required for each backflow device, and the costs vary by an inspector.
Please print the forms below and give them to the inspectors when the CSI and Backflow tests are performed. The District requires the inspectors to use the District-approved forms.
IMPORTANT NOTE: CSI Inspections and Backflow Test and Maintenace Reports MUST be completed and on file at the District office within (30) THIRTY DAYS of application for service to continue.
Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the Ordinances and Rules section of this webpage.
If you have any questions regarding this process or any other issue, please feel free to contact a District Officer directly.
*A CURRENT MEMBER is defined as a person or persons who is already a member in good standing of the Emerald Bay Homeowners Association, Emerald Bay Club, and a current water and wastewater service subscriber of the Emerald Bay Municipal Utility District. An existing member must own real property within the boundaries of the Emerald Bay Municipal Utility District.