February Spotlight

3rd ~ HOA Annual Meeting and Election at 6 pm at the PUD Building, 16215 Champion Forest Dr – click for map.

UPDATE: The meeting was a great meeting with a large turn out and lots of information sharing. Two Board members were elected, Bruce Roloff was re-elected and Russell Hildebrand was newly appointed. We welcome them and look forward to another great year of work for the HOA.

The meeting presentation is available to our Homeowners and has been linked to our TownSq for their viewing. Other Champion Forest Homeowners, not on TownSq can request a copy by contacting a Board Member or our Manager, Shannon Lewis.

4thPUD Meeting at 5 pm at the PUD Building – our PUD will not have anything to report re HCFCD discussions at this meeting. The Raveneaux Club sale was finalized on 30th Jan and PUD discussions re – Raveneaux land tract will begin in mid-Feb.

11th Women’s Club 7 pm Have a Heart

14th Valentines Day

17th Presidents Day

22nd Mardi Gras Parade 3 pm at Brill Elementary. Bikes and beads with an afterparty. Click for details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

24th Special PUD meeting regarding the Raveneaux land tract 7 pm  at  Brill Elementary School Cafeteria, 9102 Herts Road, Spring TX 77379

Click for – Special Agenda

26th HOA Regular Meeting at 5:30 pm the PUD Building

“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” Martin Luther King Jr

Cypress Forest Park Sunset
Our Cypress Forest Park at Sunset

Ongoing works:

Closure of Cypress Forest Park path under Champion Forest Dr.

Cypress Forest Public Utility District will temporarily close the walking/bike path under the Champion Forest Bridge for 6 to 8 weeks, beginning in mid-January to allow the county to do drainage repairs. See photo for the site of repairs. Expected to be completed by the end of February.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Champion Forest Section 3 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation work in process with videoing of sewers and planning the needed works. If the Texas Pride Utilities workers need access to your backyard they will notify you in advance. Thank you for your cooperation in helping make this work as smooth as possible for our subdivision. We all benefit from well function sewers.

2020 Annual Assessments are now overdue, please make arrangements to pay them if you have not to avoid extra costs and legal action.

Did you know you can view your account and quickly and easily make your assessment payment via our new TownSq – click here.

Planning to update your home?

In order to maintain quality and aesthetic harmony in our beautiful neighborhood, ALL exterior changes and improvements to your home require approval by the Architectural Control Committee. Examples include; but are not limited to, building, painting, roof/fence replacement, concrete work, pools, window replacement, mailbox replacement, and all exterior remodeling.

In many communities, a charge is made to the homeowner for an ACC application. In Champion Forest, we have chosen to keep that free because we believe we all benefit from well maintained and updated properties. However, if an ACC application is not filed and approved prior to commencement of work, the HOA has and will exercise, the right to order a cease and desist and levy fines for noncompliance with the deed restrictions.

Please note that temporary amenities such as PODS,  Dumpsters, and Porta-Potties also require pre-approval.

Please see the Architectural Control page for full guidelines and application forms.

DIAL 911 for Emergencies!

To contact our precinct 4 constables for non-emergency service call:     281-376-3472   

  The constables want to hear from you if you see or hear anything suspicious in our neighborhood. They are here to serve us, please call on them.

Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office

Are you aware of how YOU can help Harris County help our neighborhood?

Our beautiful Champion Forest is located in Harris County Precinct 4. The services that our County provides, are paid for by our taxes, and we, as their residents, can request their assistance for a number of things.

For example, they provide public road and sidewalk repairs; including sinkholes, concrete repairs, drainage issues, road signs, and markings. That means that if your street marking are absent, or you have storm water drainage issues, standing water in your street (perhaps harboring mosquito larvae?), then you can put in a work order requesting repairs to remedy the issue.

Together we can make Champion Forest even better! Please look around your street and submit those work order requests to the county, in order to get assistance.