July Spotlight

Champion Forest Celebrates the 4th of July 2019!

Summer is here! Please slow down and watch out for pedestrians and cyclists on our streets.


2nd  PUD Meeting at 5 pm at the PUD Building. Agenda.

3rd  First Service Management representative on site 10 am-2  pm at the PUD building.

4th  Independence Day Celebrations:

Children’s Bike Parade beginning at 9 am at Brill Elementary. After party and awards to follow.   ~ Rain date 6th July.

Organized and sponsored by individual neighbors, Women’s Club, and your HOA. Thank you!

In the evening, Raveneaux County Club will be hosting a fireworks celebration at 9:30 pm   

Fireworks and outside food vendors will be open to the public. Please be careful and courteous in your street parking and be aware of pedestrians. Stay safe this holiday.

Be safe out there & Look after your pets – Fireworks Safety 


17th First Service Management representative on site 10 am-2  pm at the PUD building. Last on-site, as we have a new management company starting next month.

24th  HOA Meeting at 5:30 pm at the PUD Building

“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” ~ Margaret J Wheatley

Planning to update your home?

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

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.

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

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 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.



2019 HOA Assessment Reminder

Dear residents,

The maintenance of our neighborhood, Champion Forest, is dependent on every homeowner paying a portion of our joint expenses.

As residents, we all benefit from services that enhance our community’s value. Services like our dedicated security patrols, street lighting, mosquito control, common area maintenance and enforcement of our neighborhood covenants and standards are paid for directly by our annual association dues.

The invoice for your annual assessment was mailed and received in mid December. If you have not paid your assessment please pay it immediately to avoid significant penalties. You can do so by mail using the coupon you received or directly via our management company, FSR here at CFF / FSR Connect.

Sincerely, your HOA Board