The District was created in 1996 by order of the Texas Water Rights Commission (currently known as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) to serve a portion of the Coles Crossing development. Since its creation, the District has annexed the Stillwater Village subdivision. The District currently is comprised of approximately 577 acres and provides water and sewer service to approximately 1,800 connections.
The District is a proud member of the Association of Water Board Director- Texas (AWBD). The District is an annually recognized AWBD Water Smart Partner. To receive this recognition, the District was required to prove that it effectively:
- Increased awareness of the need for water conservation;
- Avoided or postponed the need for mandatory water rationing when possible;
- Enabled the public to participate in water conservation efforts, both inside and outside the home;
- Leveraged existing local water conservation efforts.