- Drought Contingency Plan
- Energy Consumption Report
- Groundwater Reduction Plan w/City of Houston
- Rate Order- 2022
- Texas Landowners Bill of Rights
- Water Quality Report
Change in District’s Revenue from 4/30/2021 to 4/30/2022: $464,450; 9.49%
Change in District’s Expenses from 4/30/2021 to 4/30/2022: $292,261; 7.98%
- Budget- FYE 4/30/2022
Maintenance Tax Revenue (Budgeted)- $1,345,820.00
Debt Service Tax Revenue- TBD
- Budget- FYE 4/30/2021
Maintenance Tax Revenue (Budgeted)- $1,018,600.00
Debt Service Tax Revenue- $2,498,695.00
- Budget- FYE 4/30/2020
Maintenance Tax Revenue (Budgeted)- $1,023,600.00
Debt Service Tax Revenue- $2,306,963.00
The District assesses ad valorem taxes on all taxable property within the District in order to pay its debt obligations and to continue to operate and maintain the District’s water and sewer systems. The Board of Directors is committed to levying only the taxes needed to meet these obligations and has lowered the District’s tax rate whenever possible, as seen below.
Proposed 2022 Tax Rate (per $100 of assessed valuation)
Maintenance & Operations: TBD
Debt Service: TBD
|2021||$0.258 + $0.15 = $0.408, per $100 of assessed value|
|2020||$0.278 + $0.15 = $0.428, per $100 of assessed value|
|2019||$0.278 + $0.15 = $0.428, per $100 of assessed value|
|2018||$0.278 + $0.15 = $0.428, per $100 of assessed value|
|2017||$0.28 + $0.15 = $0.43, per $100 of assessed value|
|2016||$0.29 + $0.15 = $0.44, per $100 of assessed value|
|2015||$0.30 + $0.15 = $0.45, per $100 of assessed value|
|2014||$0.33 + $0.15 = $0.48, per $100 of assessed value|
|2013||$0.37 + $0.15 = $0.52, per $100 of assessed value|
|2012||$0.40 + $0.15 = $0.55, per $100 of assessed value|
|2011||$0.37 + $0.15 = $0.52, per $100 of assessed value|
|2010||$0.35 + $0.15 = $0.50, per $100 of assessed value|
- Does your home qualify for exemptions?
- All applications for name changes, exemptions, appraisal changes must be presented to your local appraisal office.
- To qualify for a general or disabled homestead exemption, you must own your home on January 1. If you are 65 years of age or older, you need not own you home on January 1. You will qualify for the over-65 exemption as soon as you turn 65, own the home, and live in it as your principal residence. Your homestead can be a separate structure, condominium, or a mobile home located on leased land, as long as you own it. Your homestead can include up to 20 acres if the land is used as your yard.
- A residence may be owned by an individual through an interest in a qualifying beneficial trust and may be occupied by a trusty of a qualifying trust.
- If you are not the sole owner of the home, you will receive only a portion of any qualified exemption, based on your percent of ownership.
- You must use the home as your principal residence on January 1.
- Renting part of your home or using part of it for a business does not disqualify the rest of your home for the exemption. If available and you qualify, you may receive a homestead exemption and either an over 65 or disabled exemption. Persons over 65 and disabled may not qualify for both exemptions.
- What home exemptions are there?
- Exemptions vary with every jurisdiction. Exemptions may change from year to year as the tax base of your taxing authority changes. If you think you qualify for an exemption, please contact the local appraisal district office so that they may assist you in your application.
- Water Conservation