Paloma Creek Districts Enter Drought Contingency Plan Stage 1
Posted July 1st, 2022

Welcome to Paloma Creek Districts

Welcome to the Paloma Creek Districts website. We intend the site to be a trusted source for information regarding each District, their operations and activities. We invite you to visit our site regularly to learn more about the Paloma Creek Districts.

Our website contains an abundance of information regarding the Districts, their Boards of Directors, amenities, public information and much more. In addition, residents can use this site to pay their water/sewer bills online and reach out to the Districts with any questions or concerns.

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About Us

Paloma Creek is made up of five independent Fresh Water Supply Districts that work together to provide services to the residents of Paloma Creek: Denton County Fresh Water Supply Districts 8-A, 8-B, 11-A, 11-B, and 11-C. Each District has a board of five Directors, who are elected by the registered voters within the boundaries of that District. The Directors engage consultants to advise and conduct the Districts' business. The Districts provide for the development and maintenance of public water, sanitary sewer, storm drainage, and paving infrastructure, as well as emergency services, trash and recycling, and some recreational amenities. Each District has the authority to levy an ad valorem tax (property tax) on its residents to fund the costs of those facilities and services.


Confidentiality of Personal Information

Pursuant to section 182.052 of the Texas Utilities Code, customer information is confidential and is not shared, except as provided by section 182.054. If you wish to grant or rescind the use of your personal information to another individual or entity on your behalf, please visit the Confidentiality of Personal Information page.