Kaufman County Fresh Water Supply District 1-B
serving the residents of Windmill Farms (Phase 1) in Forney, Texas


Kaufman County Fresh Water Supply District 1-B provides water, solid waste, police, fire, road maintenance, and other municipal services to the residents of Windmill Farms (Phase 1) in Forney Texas.

Latest News and Advisories
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Next Monthly Board Meeting July 24, 2018 - The next KCFWSD 1-B Board of Directors meeting will be held on July 24, 2018 at 6:30 pm at 9550 Helms Trail, Suite 800, Forney, TX 75126. Meeting agendas are posted on this website when they become available, typically 3 to 5 days prior to a meeting. Click More to go to the Agendas page.   More

Road Tax Bonds Refinanced at Reduced Rate - KCFWSD 1-B has refinanced its road tax bonds resulting in significant long term savings for homeowners.   More

Board Releases Auditors Report - The KCFWSD 1-B auditors report for the fiscal year ending in March 2016 has been posted.   More

Latest Water Quality Report - KCFWSD 1-B service provider Severn Trent has released its latest water quality report (2015). Click More to view the full report.   More

Higher Water Bills? - North Texas homeowners are beginning to see higher water bills due to increased usage and higher rates. While Windmill Farms (Phase 1) rates have not increased in recent years, future increases are possible. Read the Dallas Morning News article on the subject to learn more:   Click Here to go to http://www.dallasnews.com/news/metro/20150829-water-bills-surge-for-many-in-cities-north-east-of-dallas.ece

Twice Weekly Watering Now Permitted - Watering restrictions have been relaxed. Residents can now water their lawns twice weekly. Conservation, however, continues to be a priority. Twice weekly watering may not be needed. To determine what watering schedule is best for you:   Click Here to go to http://www.watermyyard.org

Board of Directors Changes

Keith Hughey resigned after serving eight years, most recently as President, due to his moving out of the District.

The resignation created a vacancy on the Board.

John Kissling was appointed to fill that vacancy at the October Board meeting.

To contact a Board member directly, go to the Contact page Click here;

The adjusted Board position assignments are as follows:

John Rooney now serves as President.






Brian Billings, now serves as  Vice President.

Landon Bryant now serves as Secretary.






Megan LaBounty continues to serves as Assistant Secretary.





About the New Parc at Windmill Farms Multi-family Development

The new multi-family development being constructed at the entrance to Windmill Farms is described by its developers as an upscale gated community comprised of a mix of 272 one, two, and three bedroom rental units housed in 17 separate two-story structures.

The complex will also include two swiming pools and two clubhouses, one of which will serve as a leasing office.

The KCFWSD 1-B Board of Directors has commissioned its engineers, Jones & Carter, Inc., to prepare an impact study.

Although a separate entity, the development will tie into existing KCFWSD 1-B water lines along Manassas Drive and will use existing KCFWSD 1-B stormwater drains at the intersection of Concord and Windmill Farms Blvd.

Entrances to the complex will be located on Windmill Farms Boulevard at the main entrance to Windmill Farms and on Concord Drive.

Although dates could not be obtained, the complex was initially targeted to open in late 2018.


Website Features You Might Find Useful

In addition to providing information about KCFWSD 1-B from meeting notices to financial reports, our website provides a variety of resources residents should find useful:

To find the assessed value of your property, go to Property Taxes at the top of the screen and select "See Your Assessed Value". The link will take you to the Kaufman Couty Tax Office Website where you can look up the value of your property or another property.

Note that the values are assessed values, not what a given property might sell for in the current market.

To see the rates you pay for water and trash collection services, go to Rates/Billing at the top of the screen.

To see our latest water quality report, go to Water Supply at the top of the screen and select "Drinking Water Quality Report".

To get phone numbers and website links for police, fire, medical, utilities, municipal services, schools, and other services, go to Area Directory at the top of the screen.

To get detailed information about our trash collection services including collection schedules, what will and will not be picked up, recycling, special pick-up services, etc. go to Trash/Recycle at the top of the screen and select "Collection Information".



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