District Women’s Business Forum


Harris County WCID 89 Women’s Business Forum

Saturday, December 17, 2022
10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Harris County WCID 89 Administration Building
3455 Fellows Road
Houston, TX 77047

Purpose – To spark creativity and connections within our District community

We welcome participation from all current and future women business owners and also those who understand the need to support District businesses. You will have the opportunity to network with like minded women and promote your business or profession, as well as discuss strategies for community support through programs or services.

We want to inspire, support, and encourage each other’s success. We are requesting short topic speakers who are experienced business owners or professionals. Please consider sharing your input on the following questions, which will be part of our roundtable discussion:

  1. What was your biggest challenge in getting started?
  2. Please share one insider secret from your profession.
  3. What major adjustments did you make in the early stages to move forward in your business or professional goals?
  4. What has been your greatest pleasure in operating or starting your business?

    This event is all inclusive for the women of the District, whether you want to speak or just attend. When you register by emailing Juanita Williams below, please indicate whether you want to lead the discussion on any of these topics or simply attend. We look forward to your participation. Lunch will be served.

Businesses and Professions may include:

PodcastersChild Care Development

Contact us for more information.

Please call or email Juanita Williams

Please RSVP

(832) 767-5099


2021 Tax Rate Adopted

On October 6, the Board of Directors adopted a total District tax rate of $.87 which consists of $.48 for operations and maintenance and $.39 for debt service. This is a reduction from the total 2020 tax rate of $.94 and the 2019 tax rate of $.99.

Update on HCFCD Improvement of Storm Water Flow from the Brunswick Meadows Pond

During the Beta Storm, the District experienced street flooding in some areas and ponds that would not recede for a number of days in others. We requested cleaning of the outfall channels surrounding the District to mitigate these occurrences.

According to an update on 2/23/21 from Myron Jones of the Harris County Flood Control Department (HCFCD): in-house crews are mobilizing onsite today at the A136-00-00 channel. They will be desilting the channel from Beltway 8 all the way down to Clear Creek A100-00-00.

The work will begin possibly today or tomorrow and should take up to a couple of weeks to complete weather permitting. Our thanks to Myron and Flood Control for following up.