The District provides drinking water as well as sanitary sewer maintenance and sewage treatment service to approximately 1500 homes, schools, apartments, and businesses within our district boundaries. The District is responsible for maintenance of all water and sewer facilities and lines up to the meter at your home or business. The owner is responsible for the lines from the meter to the home or business.
What projects does the District support in the community?
The District maintains the 15-acre Richard D. Taylor Park for the use of the neighborhood.
In 1991, The District participated in the formation of the Faulkey Gulley Greenbelt Association. The project was designed to build hiking and biking trails along Faulkey Gulley. Phase I of the project was completed in 1993 between Lakewood Forest Drive and Louetta Road and in 1999, Phase II was completed between Louetta Road and Gurnsey Road. The District participated along with Malcomson Road UD, Harris County MUD 18, and Faulkey Gulley MUD.
In 1992, the District purchased 15-acres of land from Cy-Fair ISD behind Moore Elementary School with the intention to build a resident’s park within the district. In 1995 the District bought five residential lots along Cypresswood Drive to enhance parking and access to the park.
The District holds an active membership in the Cypress Creek Flood Coalition since its creation in 1999. LFUD contributes$500 per month to the flood coalition and provides free meeting space to the group for their monthly meetings.
The District was a charter member and sponsor of the Cypress Creek Master Trail Plan that was created in 2011 to begin the design process to link parks and trails along Cypress Creek.
Since 1994, the District has participated in the Waterwise School Education Program through the Harris-Galveston Subsidence District. The program is designed to educate grade school students and their families about the importance of water conservation in this area.
In 2008, the District began authorizing and paying for additional Harris County Precinct 4 Constables to help patrol the Taylor Park and The Point at Cypress Woods apartments.
Did the District sustain any damage due to Hurricane Harvey?
The District sustained heavy damages to our district well #3. Repairs and mitigation work has amounted to approximately $926,100.00 to our #3 water well facilities net cost of repair after Insurance and FEMA payments for well #3 was approximately $499,356.00