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Bilma PUD Bond Election Town Hall Meetings

Dear Bilma Residents,

Bilma Public Utility District will be holding a bond election on May 6, 2023. The Bilma Board of Directors will host two Town Hall meetings to allow residents to ask questions and learn more about the upcoming bond election.

When and Where?

Date Time Location Address
Tuesday, April 25, 2023 7:00 p.m. Country Lake Estates Clubhouse 4120 Country Park Drive, Spring, Texas 77388
Wednesday, April 26, 2023 7:00 p.m. SCOCIA Clubhouse # 2 6002 Bur Oak Drive, Spring, Texas 77379

For more information on the bond election, visit the District’s website at https://www.bilmapud.com/elections/.

Thank you,

Bilma PUD Board of Directors

By |2023-04-12T14:34:52-05:00April 12th, 2023|

Bilma公共事業區債券選舉市政廳會議

 尊敬的Bilma居民: 

Bilma公共事業區將於2023年5月6日舉行一項債券選舉。Bilma董事會將召開兩次市政廳會議,居民可藉此機會提出問題並詳細瞭解即將舉行的債券選舉。 

何時何地舉行? 日期 

時間 

地點 

地址 

2023年4月25日(週二) 

晚上7:00 

Country Lake Estates Clubhouse 

4120 Country Park Drive, 

Spring, Texas 77388 

2023年4月26日(週三) 

晚上7:00 

SCOCIA Clubhouse # 2 

6002 Bur Oak Drive, Spring, Texas 77379 

 欲了解債券選舉的更多信息,請造訪本區網站:https://www.bilmapud.com/elections/ 

謝謝, 

Bilma公共事業區董事會 

By |2023-04-12T14:34:48-05:00April 12th, 2023|

Foros sobre la Elección de Bonos de Bilma PUD

 Estimados residentes de Bilma: 

El Distrito de Servicios Públicos de Bilma celebrará una elección de bonos el 6 de mayo de 2023. La Junta Directiva de Bilma organizará dos foros para permitirles a los residentes plantear preguntas e informarse más sobre la próxima elección de bonos. 

¿Dónde y cuándo? Fecha 

Hora 

Lugar 

Dirección 

Martes 25 de abril de 2023 

7:00 p.m. 

Country Lake Estates Clubhouse 

4120 Country Park Drive, Spring, Texas 77388 

Miércoles 26 de abril de 2023 

7:00 p.m. 

SCOCIA Clubhouse # 2 

6002 Bur Oak Drive, Spring, Texas 77379 

 Si desea más información sobre la elección de bonos, visite el sitio web del Distrito en https://www.bilmapud.com/elections/. 

Muchas gracias. 

Junta Directiva de Bilma PUD 

By |2023-04-12T14:34:44-05:00April 12th, 2023|

Các Phiên Họp Tọa Đàm về Cuộc Bầu Cử Trái Phiếu Bilma PUD

 Thân Gửi Quý Vị Cư Dân Bilma, 

Cơ Quan Dịch Vụ Tiện Ích Công Cộng Bilma sẽ tổ chức một cuộc bầu cử trái phiếu vào ngày 6 tháng Năm, 2023. Ban Giám Đốc Bilma sẽ tổ chức hai cuộc họp tại Tòa thị chính để cho phép cư dân đặt câu hỏi và tìm hiểu thêm về cuộc bầu cử trái phiếu sắp tới. 

Khi Nào và Ở Đâu? Ngày 

Giờ 

Địa Điểm 

Địa Chỉ 

Thứ Ba, ngày 25 tháng Tư, 2023 

7 giờ tối 

Country Lake Estates Clubhouse 

4120 Country Park Drive, Spring, Texas 77388 

Thứ Tư, ngày 26 tháng Tư, 2023 

7 giờ tối 

SCOCIA Clubhouse # 2 

6002 Bur Oak Drive, Spring, Texas 77379 

 Để tìm hiểu thêm về cuộc bầu cử trái phiếu, vui lòng vào trang mạng của Cơ Quan tại https://www.bilmapud.com/elections/. 

Xin cảm ơn quý vị, 

Ban Giám Đốc Cơ Quan Dịch Vụ Tiện Ích Công Cộng Bilma 

By |2023-04-12T14:34:40-05:00April 12th, 2023|

Boil Water Notice Does NOT Effect Bilma Public Utility District

The boil water notice issued by the City of Houston on November 27, 2022 does not affect Bilma Public Utility District’s water supply. Bilma PUD’s water supply is independent of the City of Houston and at this time, Bilma residents can continue to use water within the District.

By |2022-11-28T10:18:58-06:00November 28th, 2022|

NOTICE: Stage 1 of Drought Contingency Plan Implemented

Dear Bilma PUD Customer:

The City of Houston and the North Harris County Regional Water Authority (NHCRWA) have both implemented Stage 1 of their respective Drought Contingency Plans (DCP) in order to conserve water during current drought conditions.

As a customer of the NHCRWA, Bilma Public Utility District (Bilma PUD) is implementing Stage 1 of its DCP, effective immediately.

Bilma PUD requests that all customers take the following voluntary measures:

  • Check for and repair all leaks, dripping faucets, and running toilets.
  • Utilize water conservation measures such as displacement bags, low-flow shower heads and leak detection tablets. Additional water conservation tips can be found at https://wateru.nhcrwa.comand www.irrygator.com;
  • Limit irrigation to no more than two (2) days per week, between 7:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. following the schedules below:
    • Sundays and Thursdays for single family residential customers with even-numbered street addresses.
    • Saturdays and Wednesdays for single family residential customers with odd-numbered street addresses.
    • Tuesdays and Fridays for all other customers.
    • No watering on Mondays.

Should drought conditions become more severe, Bilma PUD will consider implementing additional stages of our drought contingency plans. You can view the Drought Contingency Plan here:

 

We regret any inconvenience caused from these steps and encourage our customers to always look for ways to conserve water.

Thank you,

Bilma PUD Board of Directors

By |2022-06-24T10:08:15-05:00June 24th, 2022|

Disposal of COVID-19 At-Home Testing Kits

Pursuant to rules set by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, COVID-19 At-Home Testing Kits are considered medical waste and should be disposed of with your regular household garbage. DO NOT DISPOSE OF YOUR COVID-19 AT-HOME TESTING KITS WITH YOUR RECYCLING MATERIAL.

By |2022-03-01T10:15:19-06:00March 1st, 2022|

Update: Repair and Replacement of Hike and Bike Trails Set to Begin Soon

Dear District Resident,

The Bilma Public Utility District (“District”) Board of Directors (“Board”) would like to provide an update on the status of repairs to the District’s hike and bike trails along the Spring Gully Tributary.

In June 2021, the Harris County Flood Control District (“HCFCD”) began a Major Maintenance project of the Spring Gully Tributary, which runs parallel with the District’s hike and bike trails. The HCFCD contractor completed the construction of the repairs to the HCFCD’s channels in the area of the District’s hike and bike trails in December 2021. During construction, the heavy equipment that the HCFCD contractor utilized damaged the existing hike and bike trail beyond repair. Although the District anticipated areas of minor damage to the existing hike and bike trail, they did not anticipate the collateral damage caused by the heavy equipment. Due to the extent of the damage, the District was forced to prepare plans to construct a new hike and bike trail and obtain approval from governmental agencies before proceeding with construction. The required process of obtaining governmental agency approval to construct a new trail has unfortunately extended the timeframe of placing the hike and bike trail back into service.

The Board has decided to replace the entire east side of the hike and bike trail, the portion that runs closest to Kuehnle Elementary, with an 8-foot (8’) wide concrete hike and bike trail, which is a more durable and cost-effective material. The District hopes to receive approvals from governmental agencies in February 2022. Immediately following governmental agency approvals, the District will be required to publicly advertise and bid the project for construction. At this time, the District anticipates construction of the new hike and bike trail (east of tributary) to begin in April 2022, pending any delays with obtaining approvals from governmental agencies. For the safety of everyone, the east side of the trail remains officially closed to public access until construction is complete in mid-2022.

The District has already facilitated temporary repairs to the asphalt paving on the portion of the hike and bike trail west of the Spring Gully Tributary (the trail across the creek from Kuehnle Elementary) and north of TC Jester Boulevard. This portion of the trail is officially open to the public.

The Board understands how vital the east side of the hike and bike trail is for students walking to and from Kuehnle Elementary. Unfortunately, this portion of the hike and bike trail will be inaccessible for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. To help alleviate the burden caused by the east side of the hike and bike trail being closed, the District constructed a sidewalk along Winding Ridge Drive to connect the soccer fields to Kuehnle Elementary School.

The Board thanks the community for their patience during HCFCD’s maintenance project and as the District begins to repair and replace the hike and bike trails. Please feel free to contact the Board or attend a monthly meeting if you have any questions.

Bilma PUD Board of Directors

By |2022-02-14T12:23:47-06:00February 14th, 2022|

UPDATE: REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS SET TO BEGIN SOON

Dear District Resident,

The Bilma Public Utility District (“District”) Board of Directors (“Board”) would like to provide an update on construction along the District’s hike and bike trails.
In June 2021, the Harris County Flood Control District (“HCFCD”) began a Major Maintenance project of the Spring Gully Tributary which runs parallel with the District’s hike and bike trails. The HCFCD, not the District nor Spring Creek Oaks Community Improvement Association, owns the property along the hike and bike trails and the District has an agreement with HCFCD to maintain and repair the hike and bike trails. Since June, there has been a heavy presence of construction crews and equipment in the area and the trails have been closed to the public. The HCFCD’s project, in the vicinity of the District’s maintained hike and bike trails, is scheduled to be complete by the end of October 2021, pending any potential weather delays.

The District has already facilitated temporary repairs to the asphalt paving on the portion of the hike and bike trail that is west of the Spring Gully Tributary and north of T.C. Jester Boulevard (the trail that is across the creek from Kuehnle Elementary). There are still minor repairs to be made to the west side of the trails and thus, this portion of the trail remains closed. The District anticipates the west side of the hike and bike trail will be safe to fully open to the public by October 1. Until then, the District asks that the public refrain from accessing the west side of the hike and bike trail.

The Board has decided to replace the entire east side of the hike and bike trail, the portion that runs closest to Kuehnle Elementary, with concrete which is a more durable and cost-effective material. The design, bidding and construction of this project is estimated to take approximately 8 months, pending any weather delays. For the safety of everyone, the east side of the trail remains officially closed to public access until construction is complete in 2022.

The Board understands how vital the east side of the hike and bike trail is for students walking to and from Kuehnle Elementary. Because this portion will be inaccessible for the better part of the 2021-2022 school year, the District will construct a sidewalk along Winding Ridge Drive to connect the soccer fields to Kuehnle Elementary. Construction of the sidewalk should be complete by early October, pending any weather delays.

The Board thanks the community for their patience during HCFCD’s maintenance project and as the District begins to repair and replace the hike and bike trails. Please feel free to contact the Board or attend a monthly meeting if you have any questions.

Bilma PUD Board of Directors

By |2021-09-17T15:01:08-05:00September 17th, 2021|

UPDATE: ALL HIKE AND BIKE TRAILS CLOSED, CONSTRUCTION IN PROGRESS

Hike and Bike Trails Closed During Spring Gully Maintenance Project

Dear District Resident,

The Bilma Public Utility District (“District”) Board of Directors would like to provide an update of construction on the District’s hike and bike trails.

In June 2021, the Harris County Flood Control District (“HCFCD”) began a Major Maintenance project of the Spring Gully Tributary which runs parallel with the District’s hike and bike trails. There will be a heavy presence of construction crews and equipment until the project is complete.

For the safety of everyone, the entire length of the District hike and bike trails are closed to public access until construction is complete. Residents are asked to abide by posted notices in the area advising of the trail closure.

Project construction is expected to be complete along Spring Gully by early August, depending on weather conditions. Once HCFCD completes the repairs along Spring Gully, the District will then begin the process of replacing the removed portions of the hike and bike trails.

Please feel free to contact the District’s Board of Directors or attend a monthly meeting if you have any questions regarding this important project.

By |2021-07-06T13:20:43-05:00July 6th, 2021|
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