Winding Hollow Public Improvement District #3


  • 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:00pm when posted.
  • Cedar Hill Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd.
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Every year in September the Winding Hollow Public Improvement District (WHPID) will hold an election for expiring terms of Board Directors. This year, 2022, there are two (2) seats on the Board for election.     At this time, Winding Hollow property owners have an opportunity to submit a resume to serve on the Board of Directors.

Resumes should include:

  • Your name
  • Address
  • Telephone Number
  • Email Address
  • Background: Years in Winding Hollow and occupation
  • Education, etc.
  • A brief summary of why you want to be on the Board and how you believe you can contribute to its success.

 Submit your resume by 6:00pm, August 17, 2022. You may submit resumes via email: or by mail to City of Cedar Hill, ATTN: Neighborhood Services, 285 Uptown Blvd, Cedar Hill, TX 75104.

Board of Directors  
President Jennifer Hutchinson
Board Member Toby Gentry
Board Member Myrna Mann
Board Member Gina Guillory
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In 2015, the residents of Winding Hollow subdivision petitioned to become the City’s third Public Improvement District (PID). The special district, established by State statue, levies an additional assessment on all properties within specific boundaries. Typically a percentage of the appraised value of the property, the assessment, is reflected on the annual tax statement and confers a special benefit on definable parts of the improvement district.


The PID is authorized to make improvements to public spaces including right-of-ways and parks (in cooperation with the Cedar Hill Parks Department). Projects may include, but are not limited to:

  •  landscaping, erection of fountains, distinctive lighting and signs
  •  acquisition of construction of sidewalks, or other projects in the public right-of-way
  •  establishment or improvement of parks
  •  enhanced police patrol


East of Joe Wilson Road along Bee Branch Creek is the quiet Winding Hollow neighborhood. This friendly community was developed in 2000 and is now home to over 200 households. Residents enjoy beautiful views of Waterford Oaks Park with access to the east and secluded living with the convenience of nearby shopping and schools.

Neighborhood Features

  • Neighborhood: Winding Hollow
  • Developed: 2000
  • Number of Homes: 235
  • Special Features: Bee Branch Creek
  • Organization Type: Public Improvement District - PID
  • Participation:
  • PID President:
  • Organization Type: Crime Watch
  • Participation: Voluntary
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2021 - Agendas
February - No meeting
June - No public meeting (PID board met with vendor)
July - No public meeting (PID board doing neighborhood walk)