January Update

Please join us for the HOA Board Annual Meeting on the 8th of February ~ 7 pm via Zoom!

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“Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better man.” —Benjamin Franklin

1st ~ No waste collection service ~next service will be on Tuesday the 5th.

5th ~ PUD Board Meeting 5 pm –  see PUD website for how to join.

8th ~ Regular, post Holiday full waste collection service resumes.

18th ~ Martin Luther King Day ~“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” MLK

19th ~ Women’s Club Give Back Service & Social Event 9:30-11:30 am – see Women’s Club page for more details.

27th ~ HOA Board Meeting 6 pm – see website for how to join.

February 8th ~ HOA Board Annual Meeting 7 pm – we will be doing things differently this year, watch the website for updates on how to participate and join this virtual meeting.
Please ensure you are signed up on TownSq or your email is registered with PMG, for meeting updates.
We are looking forward to a wonderful new year! 
Your Annual Meeting invite and full details will also be in the mail! 


Important reminders:

Your 2021 HOA Annual Assessment statement is in the mail and due January  1st. Late fees and interest will being to accrue according to our collection policy on February 1st. Please pay promptly as prompt payment saves both you and your HOA time and money, both those commodities can then be used for the building of an even better community.

Did you know you can view your account and quickly and easily make your assessment payment via our TownSq – click here.You will need your account number to register, this can be found on your statement.

If you have not received a statement, please contact our management company right away and ensure they have your correct mailing address and ask to have your statement emailed to you.


Traffic Safety:  Do not place ANY objects in  public roadways.

The little neon “kid alert” signs or warning cones need to be at the end of your driveway or in your yard.  On advisement of Precinct 4; objects placed in a roadway are a violation and considered a traffic hazard.


Our Waste Collection Service  is contracted by our PUD and serviced by Texas Pride Disposal.

Please note: We have “Backdoor Service” which means our garbage and recycling cans should be visible only on collection days and remain at our backdoor area.
If you use a lawn care service ensure that they do not leave your yard waste at the curb unless it will be collected that same day.
Please review the guidelines below:

Texas Pride Disposal Trash and Recycling Guidelines

Thank you for helping us keep Champion Forest tidy!


Pets must be controlled on leashes when not securely restrained on your property. Neither the Brill playground or Cypress Forest Park are dog parks, pets must be on a leash at all times.

This is in accordance with Harris County Leash Laws.

Champion Forest Deed Restrictions prohibit the placement of signs in our yards, in public view, with the exception of one Realtor sign while a property is listed for sale or lease. The Texas Property Code permits political signs to be displayed but only for 90 days before an election and 10 days after an electionThis is in accordance with the Election Code

Based on Texas Law, only flags of United States, Texas and military branch of service are permitted.  See the Texas Property Code.

The full Champion Forest Fund / HOA Flags, and Political Signs policy can be found here.


Ongoing work:

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” ~ Albert Einstein

Flock Safety License Plate Reader Camera Installation.

After a year in planning and working towards the best possible package and integration with Precinct 4, your HOA Board has unanimously approved the installation and service of 12 Flock Safety License Plate Reader Cameras for our subdivision. Installations are expected to begin in mid February. Learn more about this great new initiative for our subdivision here: Flock Safety 

Monarch Landscape Management   is doing a great job for us and several of our entrances are looking much improved. Seasonal color plantings are in and adding cheer.  Monarch will shortly begin work on several of the Champion Forest Drive entrances. When you see the Monarch workers out in our community in their trademark orange vests, give them a wave.

The Wall Committee has been established as Board member Russell Hildebrand, resident Myron Shemek. The committee is working to evaluate the community walls and formulate a plan of ongoing restoration and care of our aging walls. We anticipate more needed wall restorations this year.

Wall Care: We need every resident who has the direct benefit of our brick walls to care for the walls by keeping their trees and foliage from growing against and over the walls. These practices will help us protect and prolong the life of our valuable community walls and prevent avoidable damage to these valuable community assets.

Cypress Forest PUD: 

The PUD owned Raveneaux Lease Tract will be revert to  the PUD for their control and maintenance in  January 2021. The PUD have within their budget funds for maintenance of the land tract. Discussions are continuing with HCFCD regarding the use of the land and working towards a win-win for all parties. Read more about the land here.

The fence south of the PUD Building along Dry Gully will shortly be taken down, relocated and replaced by new fencing.

Replacement of the generator at water plant #2, south of Cypresswood has been in the procurement stage for several months.  Construction is expected to start soon.

Work will begin on the water plant #1 and tower on Herts Rd once the works at plant #2 are completed. The inside of the tower will be rehabbed and the exterior will be cleaned and repainted.

Planning to update your property?  All exterior improvements require an ACC approval application. In 2020 we had a record 117 applications. Be assured, most applications are able to be processed virtually and quickly. Please see the:  Architectural Control page for full guidelines and application forms.

All HCFCD Community Engagement Meetings are POSTPONED  or virtual due to coronavirus concerns.  For updates – see the:  Harris County Flood Control District ~ Cypress Creek Watershed website page here.

HCFCD will begin repairs on Dry Gully, from Louetta south to Cypresswood Drive, later this year to restore and strengthen the channel.



DIAL 911 for Emergencies!

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


  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.

See something, say something!


Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office