What is Municipal Utility District?

Legal Definition
A municipal utility district is a special-purpose district or other governmental jurisdiction that provides public utilities (such as electricity, natural gas, sewage treatment, waste collection/management, wholesale telecommunications, water) to district residents. Local residents may vote to establish a municipal utility district, which is represented by a board of directors elected by constituents. As governmental bodies, they are usually nonprofit.

Public utility districts have similar functions, but are created by a local government body such as a city or county, and have no authority to levy taxes.
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Legal Definition
Providing utility-related services such as water, sewage, and drainage services is the job of this specific type of political entity. Enacted by state law and funded by special assessment bonds. One's property value and the current tax assessed on individuals comes from living in a municipal utility district.