Latest news for Harris County MUD 322
Construction of Phase I of the trail project being funded by Harris County Water Control & Improvement District No. 155 (the “District”) will kick off in January. Minor layout activity will begin over the next two weeks with some flagging to identify the trail location. The District anticipates that construction equipment will be on site and construction will commence the last week of January. The project should be completed by May.
The project is located along the north bank of Channel A (the channel running adjacent to Cypresswood Drive) from Crescent Lily to Fairfield Falls Way. The project will consist of an approximately six foot wide concrete sidewalk with grouped tree plantings, benches, trash bins, and doggy waste stations.
If there are any questions or issues regarding the construction, residents should contact the District’s engineer, Larry Mueller at email@example.com or 713.488.8212. Residents may also provide comments to the District’s Board of Directors at their regular monthly meetings at 5:30 p.m. on the fourth Monday of the month at Bradford Creek Clubhouse or by emailing Meghan.firstname.lastname@example.org, the District’s paralegal.
The goal of the District’s trail project is to provide connectivity and beautify the Fairfield trail system, so it can be easily enjoyed by all residents. The first phase of the project will provide better and safer access to the middle school for kids walking or riding bikes.
The location of Phase 1 is shown on the map below:
Lisha Lupher, director on Harris County MUD 396, presents checks from both Harris County MUD 396 and Harris County MUD 397 to Dr. Elizabeth Miller, principal of Swenke Elementary School. The checks are the final part of a year-long fundraising campaign by the Swenke PTO, families within the Fairfield community as well as generous donations by Harris County MUD 396, Harris County MUD 397, and Harris County MUD 322. The Fairfield MUDS played an integral role in funding the all-inclusive playground for special needs children and also a canopy to shade the multiple structures and specialized surfaces. This will be the first of its kind park within Cy-Fair ISD. Moving forward, it is the hope that this partnership between MUDS and the school district will be a catalyst to see more of these all-inclusive parks and recreational facilities built in other areas of the Cy Fair ISD community. This park will serve all children and will be available to the public outside of school hours.
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