About The District

About Paloma Creek Districts

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 https://www.palomacreek.org/8-Ahttps://www.palomacreek.org/8-Bhttps://www.palomacreek.org/11-Ahttps://www.palomacreek.org/11-B, and https://www.palomacreek.org/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.

Originally established in 2003, Denton County Fresh Water Supply District 11-B covers 373 acres of Paloma Creek and Northlake Estates. The District is located south of Highway 380, bordered by an inlet of Lake Lewisville to the south, Megan Creek Drive to the east, and Spoonbill Drive to the north. DCFWSD 11-B is home to the Cactus Bend Open Space.

Board of Directors

  • David McClellan


    Term expires 2026

  • Les Finch

    Vice President

    Term expires 2026

  • Gary Schneider

    Secretary / Treasurer

    Term expires 2028

  • Selina Bravo

    Assistant Secretary

    Term expires 2026

  • Karen Brown

    Assistant Secretary

    Term expires 2028

Meeting Schedule

Denton County Fresh Water Supply District No. 11-B has its regularly scheduled Board meetings on the 3rd Monday of every month at 4:30 pm at 900 Villa Paloma Boulevard, Little Elm, Texas. The meetings are open to the public, per Texas law, and the Board welcomes and encourages residents to attend.

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