Board of Directors
Dowdell PUD is governed by five board members who were elected by residents within the district. Each board member serves for four years. The board meets once a month to manage and conduct the business of the district and these meetings are always open to the public, per Texas law. As is typically done, Dowdell PUD contracts with consultants such as attorneys, engineers, bookkeepers, operators, and financial advisors to both guide and deliver the district’s operations and services.
Jerry L. Nelson, President (Term Expires: 5/24)
Allison Copony, Vice President (Term Expires: 5/26)
James Bertus, Secretary (Term Expires: 5/26)
Robert C. Johnson, Director (Term Expires: 5/26)
Danny Staab, Director (Term Expires: 5/24)
Dowdell PUD (the District) is a government entity, overseen by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). The District is located in northern Harris County approximately 25 miles northwest of the central business district of Houston, Texas, via Interstate Highway 45. The District is generally bounded on the northwest by Willow Creek, the northeast by Kuykendahl Road, the southwest by FB 2920 and the southeast by Spring Stuebner Road. Dowdell PUD is located entirely within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of the City. The District is located within the Klein Independent School District. Since the creation of the District in 1971, the District as added 24 annexations between 1973 and October 2020, resulting in its size of approximately 1,402 acres.
The neighborhood(s) included in this district: Creekside Place, Grand Parkway MarketPlace, Miramar Lake, Oakview Farms, Preserve at Miramar Lake, Vintage Creek, Wildwood Glen, Willow Creek Manor, Willow Dell, Willow Edge, Willow Forest, Willow Lake Village, and Willow Trace, and Willowpoint.