Northwest Harris County Municipal Utility District #28 serves Normandy Forest Subdivision and Klein Collins High School, Schindewolf Intermeditate and Kreinhop Elementary Campuses. It is managed by a Board of Directors who are all residents of Normandy Forest and provide their skills and experience as community service to their neighbors and friends. The District represents government in our small portion of Spring, Texas. We strive to live up to the purest ideals of our Country as government of the people, for the people, and by the people.
The Board of Directors has established as its objectives:
- To responsibly and effectively manage the District to maintain highest guarantees of continued financial stability while providing superior water and sewer services as mandated by the State of Texas.
- To provide community services and governance allowed by law that support the property values of all residents.
- To creatively establish programs and services that lead to improved quality of life for all our residents.
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