Timothy G. Green


Tim specializes in the creation of special purpose districts throughout Texas, particularly in the Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth areas. He has been involved in the development of thousands of acres of land for residential and commercial purposes, and the issuance of over $15 billion of tax-exempt bonds for the financing of public infrastructure. In addition to his representation of special purpose districts, Tim represents land developers, land owners, and homebuilders.

Tim’s area of practice includes matters related to the acquisition and development of real property, particularly the use of special purpose districts to finance development. Tim’s representation has included the following: municipal utility districts, water control and improvement districts, levee improvement districts, municipal management districts, public improvement districts, tax increment reinvestment zones, and 380/381 agreements. Tim’s practice includes representing his clients before various governmental entities, including: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and various cities, counties and regional service providers. Tim has also been involved in creating approximately 200 special districts through the Texas Legislature.

Lately, Tim’s practice has focused on the creation of Public Improvement Districts (“PIDs”) and the issuance of bonds secured by PID assessments and TIRZ Revenue.  In addition to participating in the issuance of a dozen series of bonds secured by PID assessments, Tim and his team have been responsible for the creation of the following Public Improvement Districts:

  • City of Tomball Wood Leaf Reserve Public Improvement District;
  • City of Tomball Winfrey Estates Public Improvement District;
  • City of Tomball Seven Oaks Public Improvement District;
  • Montgomery County Meadow Parks Public Improvement District;
  • Montgomery County Crockett Meadows Public Improvement District;
  • City of Crandall Eaglecrest Public Improvement District;
  • City of Princeton Winchester Crossing Public Improvement District Nos. 1, 2 and 3;
  • The Crossings at Baytown Public Improvement District;
  • City of Angleton Austin Colony Public Improvement District
  • Raburn Reserve Public Improvement District Improvement Area #2;
  • Red Oak Public Improvement District No. 1;
  • Riverwood Ranch Public Improvement District;
  • City of Tomball Public Improvement District No. 7;
  • Rivendale by the Lake Public Improvement District Nos. 1, 2 & 3;
  • City of Haslet Public Improvement District No. 2;
  • City of Ponder Public Improvement District No. 1; and
  • City of Montgomery Public Improvement District No. 1.
  • City of Dayton Westpointe Villages Public Improvement District
  • City of Wharton Public Improvement District No. 1
  • City of Huntsville, The Reserve of Huntsville Public Improvement District
  • Texas, 1980
  • J.D., 1980, Vanderbilt University
  • B.A., 1976, magna cum laude, Vanderbilt University
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Houston Bar Association
  • National Association of Bond Lawyers
  • AV rated Distinction from Martindale Hubble
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