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Transparency Takes Hold in North Texas

Transparency Takes Hold in North Texas

Development in North Texas has been running at a dramatic pace over the past few years and is continuing on that trajectory. In fact, Vision North Texas estimates that the population in the 16-county North Texas region will be 9.5 million by 2030. Much of this development is centered on the north and west side of the DFW Metroplex. Among these development are the planned Hunter Ranch and Cole Ranch, together slated to provide more than 15,000 single-family homes and 5,000 apartment units will be the largest master planned communities in the region.

Hunter and Cole Ranch Developments

While many districts in the Gulf Coast Region have been slow to adopt public communications strategies, districts in North Texas are starting with that approach from the outset. Before construction even begins on water lines, sewer systems or roads, the districts are establishing a public presence. David Aitken, Founder and CEO of Triton Consulting Group stated, “Public transparency has been a foundational pillar for us since our founding and we are thrilled to see so many districts in North Texas embrace that principle. Districts that build public communication and transparency into their infrastructure positions themselves for success in the future. We applaud the strong leadership provided by the districts’ developers and legal counsel. These forward-thinking organizations have built a commitment to transparency into the very foundations of their developments.”

Triton is proud to play a role in this process. Following on the heels of our successful collaboration with Belmont Fresh Water Supply District No. 1 and Collin County MUD 1, we have recently been engaged by two fresh water supply districts in Kaufman County as well as two brand new municipal management districts in Denton County. We look forward to expanding our presence in the North Texas region and are happy to welcome these new DFW Region districts to the Triton family.

Watch for updates on North Texas in future news posts!