Belmont Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 of Denton County is a government entity, created by the Denton County Commissioners Court in 2007 and is overseen by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The District’s primary functions are to provide roads and drainage infrastructure improvements as well as parks and some recreational facilities, such as the Harvest Lake and Walking Trail, within its boundaries.
The District also contracts with Republic Waste for waste and recycling services.
How It Works
Belmont Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 of Denton County is governed by five Board members who are elected by the registered voter residents within the District. Each Board member serves a four year term. The Board meets once a month to manage and conduct the business of the District. The District engages consultants such as attorneys, engineers, bookkeepers, and financial advisors to both guide and deliver the District’s services.
Belmont Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 of Denton County has regularly scheduled Board meetings that take place every 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm at 1301 Homestead Way, Northlake, TX 76226 . The meetings are open to the public, per Texas law, residents are always welcome to attend.
Residents of the district have the right to request the designation of a meeting location within the district under Section 49.062(g), Water Code. A description of this process can be found here.
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.