The West Authority completed pipeline projects between 2003 and 2008 to deliver water from the City of Houston’s East Water Purification Plant to municipal utility districts that needed water sooner rather than later as they were experiencing water quality and quantity problems with their wells.
The MUDs connected to pipelines constructed near Highway 6 and West Road in the Copperfield and Horsepen Bayou areas, and near West Little York and Eldridge roads include Horsepen Bayou MUD, Spencer Road Public Utility District and Harris County MUDs 130, 162, 163, 186, 179, 188 and 208. Subdivisions served by those MUDs are Westland, Brookside Court, Copperstone, Wheatstone-Coppercreek, Wheatstone-Copperstone, Wheatstone-Summerfield, Middlegate Village, Northmead Village, Southdown Village, South Creek Village, Easton Commons, Easton Village, Copperfield Place, Gardens at Copperfield, Copper Grove, Point Northwest, Copperfield Southcreek, York Ridge Centre, Concord Crossing, Fairway West, Hearthstone, Concord Bridge, Concord Bridge North, Eldridge Park and McKendree Park.
The pipelines constructed along West Little York Road, between Highway 6 and Barker-Cypress Road, and near the FM 529/Highway 6 intersection include Harris County MUDs 264, 70, 173, 257, 102, 250, 186, Langham Creek MUD and Spencer Road. Those MUDs serve the Concord Crossing, Jamestown Colony, Langham Creek Colony, Georgetown Colony, Cumberland Place, Hearthstone Place, Hearthstone, Fairway West, Copperfield Place, Southdown Village, Sect. 4, 6, 7, Southpoint Village, Copperfield Mall, Ashley Grove, Westcreek Village, Fairfax Landing, Paddock, Westgate, Copper Lakes and Lone Oak subdivisions.