HCWCID No. 110 is proudly operated by:
EDP - Environmental Development Partners
For New Service, Billing, Water Outages & Main Breaks/Leaks
Contact EDP/Inframark At: (832) 467-1599
Harris County Water Control and Improvement District No. 110 (HCWCID110) is a political subdivision of the State of Texas governed by a Board of Directors. The District provides water and sewer services to its residents. HCWCID110 includes the subdivisions of Enchanted Oaks, Cypress Forest Lakes, Cypress Forest Estates, Cypress Estates, Lakes of Cypress Forest, Spring Park Village, Cypresswood Lake, and Kings Village. It also includes the commercial development along I-45 and Holzwarth and some commercial development along the eastside of I-45.
HCWCID110 also provides parks and recreational services, and owns and operates the Forest Oaks Swim and Racquet Club & Forest Oaks Park.
HCWCID110 is in the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City of Houston and is subject to the continuing supervision of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).
Creation date: May 9, 1968
Total acreage: 1,293.3451 acres
Fiscal Year Ending: July 31st
Authorized bonds: $ 54,035,000
Issued bonds: $ 37,450,000
Outstanding Bonds: $15,465,000
Total Connections: 2464
2020 Tax Rate: $ 0.37 per $ 100 assessed valuation
2019 Tax Rate: $ 0.39 per $ 100 assessed valuation
2018 Tax Rate: $ 0.40 per $ 100 assessed valuation
2020 Certified Assessed Valuation: $ 902,092,801
2019 Certified Assessed Valuation: $ 889,347,316
2018 Certified Assessed Valuation: $ 834,607,875
2021/2022 Budget Comparison
Increase in Revenue: $827,000.00, a 12.56% increase
Increase in Expenses: $543,480.00, a 9.38% increase