City of Woodcreek
The City of Woodcreek was incorporated in 1984. The City's election to incorporate was held the same day Wimberley held an incorporation vote. Woodcreek's incorporation passed; Wimberley's failed!
The City began as a Type-B General Law City. In 1989, the City became a Type-A General Law City, which requires a population of over 600. A Type-A General Law City is governed by a city council, which consists of five Councilmembers and the mayor. A Type-A General Law City does not have a charter; rather it operates according to state statues, which prescribe the City's powers, duties and limitations. Most of the state laws applicable to general law cities are found in the Texas Local Government Code.
The City of Woodcreek consists of approximately 696 acres of land, which includes Brookmeadow, the original 18-hole Woodcreek golf course, the homes in what was originally called Woodcreek Resort Subdivision, the Oak Orchard Enclave, and Camp Young Judaea. The City's 2010 Census Population was 1,457. There are currently 783 dwellings and a total of 1,079 lots.