Public Improvement Districts

Public Improvement Districts (PIDs) are defined geographical areas established to provide specific types of improvements or maintenance, which are financed by assessments against the property owners within the area. 

PIDs provide the City with a development tool that allocates costs according to the benefits received. A PID can provide funding for supplemental services and improvements that meet the needs of the community, that could not otherwise be constructed or provided. 

Chapter 372 of the Texas Local Government Code authorizes the creation of PIDs by cities, to help spur economic development by providing a means to improve infrastructure and promote economic growth. PIDs provide for the financing of the cost of public improvements or services that benefit a definable part of the City with the costs borne by those landowners within the PID boundaries who receive special benefits from the public improvements or services. 
  1. PID 1 - Pine Country

PID 1 – Pine Country is a cash PID that was established March 5, 2007 by Resolution Number 20017-14, for a 15-year term. The district is for residential property only for development of single-family homes, and consist of 68 lots. The equivalent tax rate is $0.50 per $100 of assessed value. 

Click here, to view a map of the district. 

Creation Resolution

Service and Assessment Plan Ordinance

Assessment Ordinance

Revised Assessment Ordinance




  1. PID 2 - Raleigh Creek
  1. PID 3 - Reserve at Spring Lake
  1. PID 4 - Alexander Estates
  1. PID 5 - Yaupon Trails
  1. PID 6 - Copper Cove
  1. PID 7 - Grand Junction
  1. PID 8 - Timber Trails
  1. PID 10 - Raburn Reserve
  1. PID 11 - Wood Leaf Reserve
  1. PID 12 - Winfrey Estates
  1. PID 13 - Pine Trails
  1. PID 14 - Seven Oaks