Keep Up with Brad!
“It has been a great honor serving as your Township Director. I look forward to a second term and getting to accomplish even more for our residents.”
- Brad Bailey
Brad Bailey is one of the most effective Township Directors The Woodlands has elected. In his first term he has worked hard with board members to accomplish the following:
Brad worked with local leaders to ensure the passage of HB 5311 by the Texas Legislature. This gives the Township access to our share of the collected Mixed Beverage Taxes that were previously being sent to the State capitol. It is projected that this will bring in over $1.2 million in new revenue to the Township.
Brad spearheaded the effort to pass a 3% Homestead Exemption for all residential homeowners. This is the first time in the history of The Woodlands that homeowners have been given a homestead exemption.
Brad and his colleagues increased Public Safety by adding 13 more officers patrolling our community. Additionally, they increased the hours of the Alpha-Omega Mounted Patrol in our high traffic commercial areas.
Brad is devoted to preserving the natural beauty of The Woodlands. Last year he led the effort to more than double the reforestation budget to $1 million. These funds will plant over 6,000 trees in 2024 - the most expansive reforestation project in the history of The Woodlands.
Brad worked tirelessly with Tomball ISD officials, land owners and other stakeholders to ensure an intermediate school remained in the Village of Creekside Park. This prevented Creekside children from being bussed for over 8 hours a week to a new intermediate school in Tomball.