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About Us

Creation of Northwest Park MUD

Northwest Park Municipal Utility District was formed pursuant to a consolidation agreement approved by voters of Northwest Harris County Utility District No. 1 and Northwest Harris County Public Utility District No. 2 effective April 5, 1980, in accordance with Texas Water Code Chapter 54. Also effective April 2, 1983, Northwest Harris County Public Utility District No. 3 was consolidated into Northwest Park Municipal Utility District as approved by the voters and in accordance with the Texas Water Code.

ClubhouseNorthwest Harris County Public Utility District No. 1 was created by Acts of the 62nd Legislature of the State of Texas, Regular Session, 1971. The Board of Directors held its first meeting on September 17, 1971, and the first bonds were sold on June 1, 1972. Northwest Harris County Public Utility District No. 2 was also created by Acts of the 62nd Legislature of the State of Texas, Regular Session, 1973. The Board of Directors held its first meeting on August 24, 1973. District No. 2 did not sell bonds or levy ad valorem taxes.

Northwest Harris County Public Utility District No. 3 was originally created by an order of the Texas Water Rights Commission effective June 4, 1971, in accordance with Texas Water Code Chapter 54. The Board of Directors held its first meeting on August 22, 1973 and the first bonds were sold on August 31, 1981.

 

Today

Today the District encompasses 1526 acres of land of which 674 acres have been developed for single family residential purposes, 243 acres for multifamily, commercial and other usages and 68 acres for two elementary schools, a middle school, an Aldine Independent School District bus facility and a Houston Metro Park and Ride facility.

Six (6) neighborhoods are located in the district each with their own Home Owner Associations that provide services such as garbage, street lights, security and maintenance of esplanades and enforce deed restrictions.


  

 
         
 
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