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Name of District

(Section 2051.202)

Texas Heritage Parkway Improvement District

Name and Term of Office for Each Board Member

(Section 26.18, Section 2051.202)

James L. Fatheree Jr. (Term: 6/2021 – 6/2025)
Clifford J. Vacek (Term: 3/2020 – 6/2023)
Kerry R. Gilbert (Term: 6/2021 – 6/2025)
Pat Hebert (Term: 5/2020 – 6/2023)
Roger E. Adamson (Term: 6/2021 – 6/2025)

Contact Information for Main Office of District (Mailing and Physical Address, and Phone Number)

(Section 26.18, Section 2051.202)

202 Century Square Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77478
(281) 500-6050
board@thpid.org

Official Contact Information for Each Board Member

(Section 26.18, Section 2051.202)

Same as contact information for main office of district.

If Applicable, Name of the General Manager

(Section 2051.202)

N/A

The Name of the Person Representing the Operator, Including a Mailing Address and Telephone Number

(Section 2051.202)

The District does not have an operator.

The Name of the Person Representing the Tax Assessor/Collector, Including Mailing Address and Telephone Number

(Section 2051.202)

The District does not have a tax assessor/collector.

The Rate of the Ad Valorem Tax

(Section 2051.202)

N/A

If Applicable, the Sales and Use Tax Rate

(Section 2051.202)

N/A

Any Tax Rate Hearing Notice

(Section 2051.202)

The District has not yet levied a tax.

Location and Schedule of Meeting of the District

(Section 2051.202)

Monthly on the second Monday at the Cross Creek Ranch Welcome Center, 6450 Cross Creek Bend Lane, Fulshear, Texas 77441.

A Statement that the Residents Have a Right to Request a Designation of a Meeting Location Within the District

(Section 2051.202)

Residents of the District have the right to request the designation of a meeting location within the District under Section 49.062(g), Water Code. A description of this process can be found at https://www.tceq.texas.gov/assets/public/permitting/watersupply/districts/Form-20863.pdf.

Each Meeting Notice and Minutes of Meetings for the Current Year and the Preceding 12 Months

(Section 2051.202)

Information about the District’s agenda and minutes are available by clicking on this link.

Budget Information

(Section 26.18)

The taxing unit’s budget for the preceding two years:

The taxing unit’s proposed or adopted budget for the current year:

The change in the amount of the taxing unit’s budget from the preceding year to the current year:

  • Revenue: $104,895; 87%
  • Expense: $56,480; 47%

The amount of property tax revenue budgeted for maintenance and operations for the preceding two years and current year:

  • See approved budgets.

The amount of property tax revenue budgeted for debt service for the preceding two years and current year:

  • The District does not budget for debt service.

Tax Information

(Section 26.18, Section 2051.202)

The maintenance and operations tax rate for the preceding two years:

N/A – The District has not yet levied a tax.

The proposed maintenance and operations tax rate for the current year:

  • 2021: N/A – The District has not yet levied a tax.

The debt service tax rate for the preceding two years:

N/A – The District has not yet levied a tax.

The proposed debt service tax rate for the current year:

  • 2021: N/A – The District has not yet levied a tax.

Financial Information

(Section 26.18, Section 2051.202)

 The most recent financial audit:

Conflict of Interest Disclosures

(Texas Local Government Code Chapter 176)

Energy Consumption Reports

(Texas Government Code Section 2265)

Information about the District’s energy consumption is available by clicking on this link.

Landowner’s Bill of Rights

(Texas Government Code Section 402)

Information regarding the Landowner’s Bill of Rights can be found on the Texas Attorney General’s website.

Election Information

(HB 305)
Elections – Bonds

The District does not currently have a pending bond election.

Elections – Directors

The District’s directors are appointed by Fort Bend County. No director elections are conducted.

Petition TCEQ for In-District Meetings

A District resident may petition the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to require that board meetings be held inside the District but not further than 10 miles from the boundary of the District only after (1) a qualified written request was previously submitted to the Board of Directors to designate a meeting place within the District but located not further than 10 miles from the boundaries of the District, and (2) the Board failed to designate a suitable location.

Summary of Petition Requirements for Requesting a Change to the Designated Meeting Location for Water District Meetings