Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 1 (the “District”), a political subdivision of the State of Texas operating pursuant to Chapters 49 and 54 of the Texas Water Code, as amended, was created on May 31, 1972, and is located approximately 28 miles northwest of the central business district of Houston and lies approximately four miles northeast of Tomball, Texas. The District is bisected north to south by Kuykendahl Road. The District lies entirely within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston.

The District currently encompasses approximately 1,277 acres, of which approximately 910 acres (approximately 2,938 lots) have been developed as the residential subdivisions of Londonderry, Wimbledon Country, Traditions, The Preserve, Oakmont Village, Klein Meadows, Princeton Place, Wimbledon Falls, Saddlebrook Ranch, Saddlebrook Village, Preserve at Northampton, and Lakes at Creekside Sections 1-5. In addition, approximately 60 acres of commercial reserves have been developed within those subdivisions and the commercial subdivision of Saddlebrook Commons which includes two apartment complexes with 264 and 380 units, six retail buildings, a storage facility, two gas stations, a coffee shop, two fast food restaurants, two banks, a credit union, an office park, a day care, a fitness center, an auto body shop, and a car wash. As of July 9, 2019, development in the District included 2,743 occupied single family connections, 25 vacant single family connections, 2 multi-family connections, 68 builder connections, 45 commercial connections, and 59 miscellaneous connections.

The Lakes at Creekside, LLC has developed Lakes at Creekside, Section 1 (100 lots), Section 2 (46 lots), Section 3 (57 lots), Section 4 (56 lots), and Section 5 (93 lots). The Lakes at Creekside, Section 6 (75 lots) is currently under construction. Currently, Toll Brothers, M/I Homes, Perry Homes, David Weekly Homes, Trendmaker Homes and Village Builders are building homes in The Lakes at Creekside. The Lakes at Creekside, LLC, owns 53 acres in the District intended to be developed as future sections of Lakes at Creekside.

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