The board of directors for the Windfern Forest Utility District has called for a bond election, giving voters the opportunity to vote for or against $40.48 million in capital projects.

In a nutshell

According to a district document, The Windfern Forest Utility District—which provides water, sewer, infrastructure and services within 483 acres in the Cy-Fair area—is seeking bond authorization for $40.48 million to fund:

  • Rehabilitation of water plants and water distribution systems
  • Rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer collection and transportation system
  • White Oak Bayou wastewater treatment plant improvements
  • Supervisory control and data acquisition implementation at water plants
  • Additional projects determined by the board

What else?

According to a district document, the last bond authorization was in 1995, and in bond elections between 1976-95, $19.89 million in bond funds was issued to fund capital projects.

Learn more

The last day to register for the upcoming election is Oct. 10 with early voting beginning Oct. 23, according to the Texas secretary of state’s office.

View the Windfern Forest Utility District’s frequently asked questions document below.