About the District
The District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas, created by order of the Texas Water Rights Commission, predecessor to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (the “Commission” or “TCEQ”), on December 12, 1972 and operates pursuant to Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code, as amended. The District consists of approximately 1,107 acres of land.
The District is located approximately 25 miles northwest of the central downtown business district of the City of Houston and approximately five miles west of the intersection of Louetta Road and Interstate Highway 45. Access to the District is provided by StuebnerAirline Boulevard and Louetta Road. The District lies wholly within the boundaries of the Klein Independent School District and is within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston.
Water, sanitary sewer and drainage facilities have been constructed to serve approximately 1,025 acres of land in the District. Of such acreage, approximately 874 acres have been developed for single family residential purposes (collectively 3,073 lots), approximately 57 acres have been developed for multifamily purposes, and approximately 94 acres have been developed for commercial purposes. In addition, the District also has approximately 55 acres of land in easements and rights-of-way, and approximately 27 acres of developable but undeveloped land which are not served with underground utilities.
As of August 17, 2016, the District contained 2,927 occupied single family connections, 74 builder connections, 34 vacant single family connections and 40 out of district single family connections.
Multifamily development in the District includes six apartment projects containing approximately 1,009 apartment units. According to property management of the various apartment communities, the average occupancy rate is approximately 96%.
The District has approximately 84 commercial customers (three of which are out-of District), five shopping centers, a not-for-profit emergency medical system education center, four fast food restaurants, five restaurants, two banks, a self-storage center, a car wash, two car care centers, four convenience stores and other retail and service establishments.