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Welcome to DCFWSD 11-A
Next meeting scheduled
December 16, 2019
6:30pm

Paloma Creek General Manager

About Us

What is a Water District?

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A water district is a local, governmental entity that provides limited services to its customers and residents. Examples of water districts include municipal utility districts, water control and improvement districts, special utility districts, and river authorities. The TCEQ is responsible for general supervision and oversight of water districts, including:


  • Monitoring water district activities and their compliance with state laws.
  • Providing information to district customers, consultants, board members, and employees.
  • Reviewing applications and petitions for appointment to district boards.
  • Reviewing the issuance of bonds that finance certain district infrastructure.

F.A.Q.

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Coserv Electric/Gas https://www.coserv.com/
Mustang Water/Sewer http://mustangwater.com/
Republic Services Waste Disposal/Trash Pickup https://www.republicservices.com/

Paloma Creek HOA http://www.palomacreekhoa.com/   

Paloma Creek Community http://www.palomacreek.com

Texas SmartScape http://www.txsmartscape.com/ 


Who is responsible for US 380?

US 380 is a state highway and is under the control of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).  Although controlled by the state, the portion of the road that is between FM 720/Oak Grove Parkway and Doe Creek is within the Little Elm Town limits. TxDOT controls the speed limit, signal light placement and timing, and construction projects; however, the Town of Little Elm provides law enforcement and traffic control along with the Denton County Sherriff's Office and the Department of Public Safety.


Who sets the speed limit along 380?

TxDOT sets the speed limit for 380; however, the speed limit is enforced by the Town of Little Elm in conjunction with the Denton County Sherriff's Office and the Department of Public Safety.


Who controls the traffic signals and signal placement along 380?

TxDOT also manages the timing of signals and placement of traffic signal along 380.


Is 380 hands free?

The portion of 380 that runs through Little Elm, as well as the entire Town of Little Elm, is hands-free. Remember, when in Town, put it down! Click here to watch our Hands Free When Driving video.


Will the Town annex the unincorporated areas along 380 of Paloma Creek?

Currently, there is no plan for the Town of Little Elm to annex unincorporated parts of Paloma Creek. To view the current map of Town of Little Elm incorporated areas along 380, click here.

Elected Officers of District

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GREG HIX, President

CYNTHIA CARMACK, Vice President

CHRISTOPHER MAYS Jr., Secretary

MITCHELL PAGE Jr.,  Assistant Secretary

CHERI MILES, Assistant Secretary


Next Director Election:


May 2, 2020 (location to be determined)


Requirements for Candidacy for Director of District:  


*Be a resident of State of Texas

*Own land subject to taxation in District, or be qualified voter in District

*Be at least 18 years of age


Deadline for Filing for Candidacy for Director of District:


No earlier than January 15, 2020, and no later than 5:00 p.m. on February 14, 2020

District’s Contact Information

Get in Touch

c/o Crawford & Jordan LLP

19 Briar Hollow Lane, Suite 245, Houston, Texas 77027 (713) 621-3707

(713) 621-3707

Events

Monthly Meetings

10/28/2019

Monthly Meeting

6:30 pm

900 Villa Paloma Blvd, Little Elm, TX 75068

Event Details

10/28/2019

Monthly Meeting

Creekside Amenity Center

6:30 pm

900 Villa Paloma Blvd, Little Elm, TX 75068