HCFCD Project Update

Earlier this year, Greenwood UD informed residents of three projects Harris County Flood Control District identified to help mitigate flooding in response to Hurricane Harvey. Those three projects impact Hidden Meadow, Evergreen Villas and Parkway Mobile Home Estates.

The Evergreen Villas subdivision drainage improvement project is expected to start July 31st and conclude in approximately 270 calendar days. Roads potentially impacted are East Little York and subject to change.

The Hidden Meadow subdivision drainage improvement project is expected to start in early August and conclude in approximately 420 calendar days. Roads potentially impacted are Montclair Bend Ln. and subject to change.

There are no updates to share on the Parkway Mobile Home Estates subdivision drainage improvement project at this time.

For questions or concerns please direct your messages to the Office of the County Engineer Construction Project Manager, Jeremy Velez, PE. His contact info is (713) 274-3951 or email Jeremy.Velez@harriscountytx.gov.

Greenwood UD Special Update

Several updates were shared at the last board meeting on Wednesday, June 21st, that we would like to pass on to the community. Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis’ office shared their interest in feedback to determine the community’s needs. We also heard from the constable’s office about a new app to help communicate important information and receive input from residents. For more details, please see below.

Greenwood Board of Directors

Harris County Precinct One Survey

The office of Harris County Precinct One Commissioner Rodney Ellis wants to hear from you! Please take a moment to take their “Precinct One Community Affairs & Advocacy Engagement Survey.”

SURVEY LINK: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/7202484/Pct-1-CGA-Engagement-Survey

The goal of the survey is for Commissioner Ellis and the Harris County Precinct One team to better understand the strengths, assets, challenges, and needs of the community in which you live and work. The results will then be analyzed by one of the Policy staff members and will guide the Precinct’s policy initiatives and priorities moving forward.

Precinct One is dedicated to developing policies that improve quality of life while advancing equitable opportunity and the just treatment of all residents of Harris County, and your voice and input really do matter to make it all happen!

Harris County Constable Precinct 3 App

The Harris County Constable Precinct 3 has launched an interactive mobile application developed to help improve communication with area residents. The Harris County Constable Precinct 3 App allows residents to connect by reporting crimes, submitting tips, and other interactive features, as well as providing the community the latest public safety news and information. This app is not intended to report emergency situations. Please call 911 in an emergency.

Greenwood UD Quarterly Newsletter – Volume 6

Summer break is almost here, and we are wishing you many happy memories with your family and friends. This quarter the board has reviewed our current emergency communication plan and is working with our consultants on ways to improve our current practices. We will be updating the community once plans are finalized. We have also sworn in two board members at our May meeting. Read more below and check out our website for further details.

Greenwood Board of Directors

Water Quality Report

The district has posted the annual water quality report for 2022 on the website. A URL to the pdf will also be sent with your next water bill. You can download a copy using the URL or by clicking the link below. Download Now

Summer Water Conservation Tips

Summer in Houston means fun in the sun and the pool, but that could mean a higher water bill is in store. Preserve this precious resource and potentially save money on your water bill by following these four practical tips during the summer and throughout the year. Read More

Upcoming Meetings

Join us for our monthly meetings on the third Wednesday of each month. Never been to a meeting? Public comments are taken at the beginning. Arrive early and voice your concerns or ask questions about your water and wastewater services. View Schedule


Directors Mary O’Neill and Robert Primeaux Re-elected for Board Positions

Vice President, Mary O’Neill (on left), and Assistant Secretary, Robert Primeaux, were both re-elected to their board positions and sworn into office at the monthly meeting on May 17, 2023. Each will serve a four-year term. Read More