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PELICAN PARK : Contains  Three separate  areas . The prime park area is about one acre in size and is made up from four water front lots. one lot that is noncontiguous to the others has plants and trees
 It . The prime area is designed as a quite area for  adult and young family  for  walking or sitting while enjoying the view . The park area includes  approximately 1800 feet of  wide  sidewalks / walking trails with four shadeland benches  as well as two large garden circles which contain flowers, trees and plants.

       The District Directors are committed to providing PARKS that all residents will  enjoy and be proud of. 
 
Park  History:

The Municipal Utility District is developing the community park s for the residents of the District  which encompasses   - Seabrook Island subdivision

MUD 373 purchased four lots (about 1 acre  total area)  from Taylor  Lake Development at a significant price reduction. 4/2011

Three of four parcels of land have been combined  to develop Pelican  Park.

Construction of approximately 1800 feet of  sidewalks / walking trails 8/2011

Installation of  park sign and shadeland benches 10/2011  

The water meter and electrical service was installed in April 2012

The irrigation system installed in June 2012

Phase 2 of the park  contains one lot that is noncontiguous to the others and is developed as funding permits.  



Benefits:

The Park  is open  for use of the Seabrook Island residents and others with in our community.

The Park is being  developed and maintained by Harris County  Municipal Utility District No. 373, under the State of Texas rules and regulations. Development from existing funding No Increase in Mud Tax required. Pelican park is a life style asset to promote Seabrook Island Subdivision as a great place to live