Copperfield April 2021

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The official newsletter for the Villages of Copperfield: Copperfield Place, Easton

Commons, Middlegate, Northmead, Southcreek, Southdown and Westcreek

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COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER HOURS

The community center remains closed until

further notice due to the COVID 19. You may still

call for questions regarding services and leave a

message at 281-856-9060.

Copperfield Important Numbers

COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

Graham Management.

2825 Wilcrest, Ste. 600, Houston, TX 77042 713-334-8000

COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER (281) 856-9060

15409 Willow River Dr., Houston, TX 77095 Fax (281) 856-9040

COPPERFIELD PLACE COMMERCIAL / EASTON COMMONS COMMERCIAL

Spectrum Association Management 832-500-2222

16690 Park Row, Houston, Texas 77084 contact@spectrumam.com

COPPERFIELD PLACE VILLAGE: SCS Management

7170 Cherry Park Drive, Houston, TX 77095 (281) 463-1777

MIDDLEGATE VILLAGE: Crest Management

Mgr. Daryl - daryl@crest-managment.com (281) 945-4662

Asst. Mgr. Melanee - melaneeb@crest-managment.com

EASTON COMMONS VILLAGE • NORTHMEAD VILLAGE

SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE • WESTCREEK VILLAGE

Graham Mgmt Inc. (713) 334-8000

2825 Wilcrest, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77042 fax (713) 334-5055

SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE

Associa - PMG Houston (713) 329-7100

11000 Corporate Centre Drive, Ste 150, Houston, Texas 77041

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SECURITY

Emergency (Fire, Ambulance, Sheriff) 9-1-1

Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch - Option 6 (713) 221-6000

Copperfield HCSO Satellite Office (message only) (832) 593-7159

Copperfield Crime Watch (Contact your management company)

http://www.copperfield.org/watch.php

TRASH / WATER

Waste Corp (281) 368-8397

Water/Sewer - MUD 163 & 264 - INFRAMARK (281) 579-4500

Water/Sewer - MUD 162, 179, 186 & 208 - H20 Consulting (281) 861-6215

WCID 145 - H2O Consulting (281) 861-6215

COPPERFIELD SCHOOLS

Fiest Elem. (281) 463-5838

Birkes Elem. (281) 345-3300

Copeland Elem. (281) 856-1400

Holmsley Elem. (281) 463-5885

Lowery Elem. (281) 463-5900

Owens Elem. (281) 463-5915

Aragon Middle School (281) 856-5100

Labay Middle School (281) 463-5800

Cy Falls High School (281) 856-1000

Langham Creek High School (281) 463-5400

HELPFUL NUMBERS

Lost & Found Pets (Copperfield Comm.Center) (281) 856-9060

www.copperfield.org

Centerpoint Energy (to report burned out street lights) (713) 207-2222

Harris County Animal Control (281) 999-3191

Poison Control Center (800) 222-1222

Langham Creek YMCA (281) 859-6143

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STEVE TOUCHY

Attorney At Law

Serving Businesses and Families Since 1983

Copperfield/Cypress

• Wills • Trusts • Probate

• Divorce • Employment

• Adoption • Consumer Law

• Incorporation • Collections

• Partnership • Liens

• Real Estate • Commercial Law

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Located in the Chase Bank Building on FM 529

TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS

If you are between 12 and 18 and would like to be added to the teenage job seeker’s list,

please fill out the form on our website (www.krenekprinting.com, click submissions and

choose Jobseekers) with your name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will

graduate and the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you want on

your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send emails in the summer to make

sure all the info is still good and that you want to stay on the list. If we do not hear back

from you after 3 tries, we will remove you from the list until we do. Must have parent(s)

permission.

DISCLAIMER: Neither the subdivision, nor Krenek Printing is responsible for those listed

on the Teenage Job Seeker List. Please ask for and check out references if you do not

personally know those listed. This is just a list of teenagers from the subdivision who wish

to find part time jobs. Responsibility for any work done by these teenagers is between

those seeking helpers and the teens and their parents.

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Bring a partner and join us every Tuesday and Thursday to play a friendly game of ACBL

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When: 11:30 AM to approximately 3:45 PM. Check in 11:45 AM. Play starts promptly at 12

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COPPERFIELD DOLPHINS SWIM TEAM 2021

ANNOUNCEMENT

We apologize for the delayed information this year and hope your family

made it through the weather last week with limited damage and great

family memories.

There will be a season this year. Due to the COVID pandemic, NWAL has

made quite a few changes in the last 2 months to the 2021 season, which

has created some challenges. In past years we have opened registration

on March 1 st , but this year we pushed that date back to March 15 th so that

we can adapt our team to the changes.

Like most sports, there will be COVID protocols in place at practices and

swim meets which will be further detailed in a later post.

If you have friends or new neighbors interested in swim team, please

direct them to the Copperfield Dolphins Facebook page, www.facebook.

com/CopperfieldDolphinsSwimTeam, to access the link below.

Thank you! If you have any questions, please email copperfielddolphinsTX@

gmail.com. Please also visit our team site www.copperfielddolphins.com

for additional information on the 2021 season.

(CCA) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Egrets and Night Herons have created nesting sites in Copperfield for

the last 5 years shutting down pools, mailboxes & creating havoc in

our neighborhood. The Egrets and Night Herons WILL be returning

now!! Prevention is Crucial - Egrets, herons and other migratory birds

are protected by Federal International Treaty, it’s illegal for residents to

harass or harm the birds once they lay eggs. Residents will need to band

together and drive them out of our neighborhood for the next several

years. Preventing the birds from building nests on residential property or

in our parks is key.

1. Trim your tree and remove dead wood, these birds favor oak trees and

other hardwoods. But will nest in other mature trees as well. Trim your

tree canopy to allow sunlight between limbs and other nearby trees.

Experts say this is the MOST effective step.

2. Remove any old inactive nest in your trees. Egret Prevention Tools! This

is the only opportunity homeowners have to scare the birds away and to

disrupt the cycle. Any home with mature trees is a potential nesting site.

• Visual deterrents - Hang aluminum pie plates, Mylar balloons, beach

balls with shiny streamers or other moving objects in large trees.

• Noisemakers - Pump-style air horns, whistles, clappers and even

children’s toys are effective. Make as much noise as possible aimed at the

bird.

• Bright lights - High-intensity flashlights, strobe lights, flashing holiday

lights can be effective.

• Water sprayers - Power sprayers and pump-style toy water shooters can

help. Homemade PVC pipe sprayers can help reach tall tree limbs.

• Pool poles - Telescoping pool safety poles can be used to reach and

remove early nesting material.

• Any Non-lethal devices.

• Check trees daily and remove the start of any nest quickly. Once birds

begin sitting on the nest, eggs are probably present and birds cannot

be harassed. If you have not yet taken action to prevent nesting on your

property, please do so now!

EMERGENCY VEHICLES AND

FIRE TRUCK CLEARANCE

The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department is still requesting homeowners

assist in addressing the low hanging trees within the Copperfield

Community. Low hanging limbs and branches are causing damage to

the fire departments equipment and damage to the homeowners’ trees,

hampering the response to emergency calls. Most of the fire departments

equipment is 13 feet tall and therefore need a 14 foot clearance from

trees that hang over the streets. Routes to locations have to be altered

to avoid these areas and some areas have no alternate route; leaving no

recourse but to park and walk to the locations.

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NORMAL WCA TRASH

AND/OR RECYCLING SERVICES

The level of residential trash and/or recycling services to be provided by

WCA to each of Customer’s communities are as follows:

COPPERFIELD PLACE - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays

and no recycling

EASTON COMMONS - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays and

curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided I8-gallon recycling bins

MIDDLEGATE - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

NORTHMEAD - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays and

curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided 48-gallon wheeled carts

SOUTHCREEK - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

SOUTHDOWN - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

WESTCREEK - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesdays with WCA-provided I8-gallon

recycling bins

WCA-RESIDENTIAL

GARBAGE COLLECTION INFORMATION

PHONE 281-766-1914

All Residents must have an account with WCA for trash pickup. If you

do not have an account with WCA, your trash will not be picked up.

Residents may purchase a trash receptacle from any hardware store.

Recycling cans may be requested from WCA, additional cans may be

purchased from them as well. WCA observed Holidays are New Year’s

Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and

Christmas Day. Trash pickup will resume on the following trash collection

day. In order to keep the neighborhood appealing to potential buyers,

increase curb appeal and deter vandalism we ask that trash be placed at

the curb no earlier than the evening before scheduled pick up and trash

cans be removed the same day. If you have lawn service, please request

the lawn clippings to be hauled away or have them placed at the curb

not on the sidewalk.

• Refuse must be in bags or cans, weighing no more than 40 pounds.

• Tree branches, brush, shrubs and fencing must be tied in bundles,

weighing no more than 40 pounds and being no longer than 4 feet

in length. • Branches may be no wider than 3 inches in diameter to

avoid damaging equipment. • Per Federal law, refrigerators, freezers

and air conditioning units must be drained of all Freon and have an

accompanying bill verifying Freon has been drained. • ITEMS NOT

ACCEPTED: dirt, rocks, bricks, concrete, tires, batteries, motor oil, cooking

oil, waste generated by a private contractor, hazardous/toxic chemicals

or material, construction material, no more than 1 room of carpeting,

bundled and less than 40 pounds. Items not collected will be tagged

explaining reason for non-collection.

COYOTES IN COPPERFIELD

Coyotes have been sighted in many of the subdivisions in the Copperfield

area at night and before dawn. Please protect your pets. They should not

be left unattended after dark, even in their own enclosed yard as coyotes

can jump or scale a 6-7 ft fence.

COPPERFIELD WEBSITE

Will you be going away and want the Sheriff’s Department to check on

your home while you’re gone? If so, you can print a Vacation Watch Form

from the website. Simply go to www.copperfield.org and follow the link

to the Online Forms and Documents. Other forms on the site include

Architectural Control Committee Applications and a Deputy Request

Form.

The site also includes a Lost/Found Pet page, listings of local area daycares

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and places of worship, schedule of upcoming Board of Director meetings

and information on each of the Villages of Copperfield, as well as links to

other area organizations, schools, etc.

If you have a comment or suggestion on the website, you can email us at

webmaster@copperfield.org.

CY-FAIR WOMEN’S CLUB

WOMEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY

CWC is a non-profit service organization that gives back to the Cy-Fair

community. All the funds raised by the club are given to the community

by way of scholarships for graduating high school seniors, grants at Lone

Star College-CyFair and funds to other non-profits in our community

as well. Membership for the Cy-Fair Women’s Club is open to all ladies

in Northwest Houston/Cypress neighborhoods. We always meet the

first Thursday of the month at The Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress

Rd. You can park at Entrance 2 and look for the directional signs to the

meeting room. Our meetings begin with social time and refreshments

at 6:15 PM, immediately followed by a program at 6:45 PM. Our monthly

meetings are not only educational and enjoyable, but they can also

develop lasting friendships too. In addition, we have a social event and

volunteer opportunities throughout the month as well. Please check

out our website at cyfairwomensclub.org and contact Membership at

membership@CyFairWomensClub.org if you have any questions about

the club or our meeting location. We look forward to meeting you there!

COPPERFIELD CRIME WATCH

The Copperfield residents need to continue to call for any and all

suspicious activity you observe at any time, to the Sheriff’s Office nonemergency

number at 713-221-6000. For life threatening emergencies

call 911.Nextdoor is the best way to stay in the know about what’s going

on in your neighborhood -whether it’s finding a last-minute babysitter,

learning about an upcoming block party or hearing about a rash of car

break-ins. There are so many ways our neighbors can help us, we just

need an easier way to connect with them. Please invite all residents to

sign up for the Nextdoor.com APP for their respective neighborhood. The

Copperfield Villages will get weekly posts from Sergeant Adam Lightfoot

(HCSO) to share information with their neighbors.

Reference websites:

www.copperfield.org/watch.php

www.harriscountyso.org/

www.crimereports.com

GRAFFITI

FROM BOARD MEMBERS OF WCID #145

Graffiti is a problem in our neighborhoods. Just in the first 3 1/2 months

of 2020, over $5,500 has been spent removing and/or applying a surface

that makes removal easier. It has appeared under bridges, on retainer

walls and on the trails themselves. Some are symbols, some are offensive.

According, to state law regarding vandalism and intentionally painting

on property:

Class “C” - misdemeanor if the pecuniary loss is less than $100.

Class “B” - $100 or more but less than $750.

Class “A” - $750 or more but less that $2,500.

Anything above this amount is considered a felony. The graffiti removed

from the trails in early April fell into the Class “A” category. The police are

notified and/or a police report is filed with each incident.

Please remind everyone, if caught, there will be ramifications and fines.

Your tax dollars could be put to better use than rectifying the willful acts of

a few individuals. The trails throughout Copperfield are for the enjoyment

of all. Everyone should be able to utilize them without encountering

offensive material. Each year the traffic on the trails increases. We would

like it to be a pleasant experience. Thank you.

“See Something - Say Something”

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VILLAGES OF COPPERFIELD NEWS

COPPERFIELD PLACE VILLAGE

(CPV) A WORD FROM THE BOARD

The Board wishes every one a Happy Easter and great start for our spring

season. Please read below all important dates for upcoming events etc.

OTHER ISSUES AND NEWS: there will be a SCS letter and a forthcoming

announcement which will need your immediate attention and will

require a signature from the homeowner regarding some legal changes

to our Association and Village!!!!

ASSESSMENTS: A special “THANK YOU” for all those homeowners who

paid their assessments early or by January 1 st or have made the necessary

arrangements to pay. As you know, our yearly assessments were due

by January 1 st and delinquent after February 1 st . SCS mailed out your

statement in November. If you did not receive it, you can obtain it from

the portal website and pay it online. Again, contact SCS if you have any

questions regarding this matter. We know Covid 19 has burdened many

of our homeowners; however, assessments must be paid or arrangements

for payment made.

Covid 19 NEWS: Houston Health Department opens new waitlist for

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The Houston Health Department

has opened a new waitlist for its initial allotment of the one-dose Johnson

& Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The department’s original vaccine waitlist

is for the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines, which require two doses. Both

waitlists are available at: HoustonEmergency.org/covid19 and are open

to all age groups eligible for vaccination under the Texas Department

of State Health Services criteria. The waitlists are used to schedule the

department’s allotment of appointments at the FEMA community

vaccination center at NRG Park and its other vaccination sites.

SCS News: SCS is excited to introduce their new updated portal, which

launched on Tuesday, March 16 th ! You can continue to use the same

password etc. to sign in as before. Their new and improved layout and

navigation will be a great tool for you and our residents for viewing,

getting answers to your questions and communicating with your team.

The login process is unchanged:

• Access the portal here: https://portal.scsmgmt.com

• Continue using your existing username and password

It is important that you get involved in your community! Get signed up in

the new SCS portal to apply for architectural changes to your home, roof,

paint changes etc. This new portal also allows you to make payments, etc.

on your existing account and much more.

Architectural Review Committee: Remember that any changes to our

property like patio covers, sheds, new roofs, house painting, fencing,

etc will need approval from the Architectural Review Committee. You

can obtain the approval form from the new SCS portal online, SCS office

located 7170 Cherry Park Dr. or print them from the website @www.

copperfield.org. See also below for deed restrictions.

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER:

Spring Garage Sale: April 24 th , 7 AM-5 PM **

Yard of the Month : May-September**

Pool Opening:** May 8 th (weekends only)**

Parks: **April 1 st **

Annual Board Meeting: May 17 th (details to follow)

**SPRING GARAGE SALE

CPV will not be participating nor take responsibility due to liability and

ongoing Covid. Homeowners may have their garage sale on the date and

times mentioned above. You may post your own signs. Continue to take

safety precautions!!!

Yard of the Month: This year due to the ice storm the Yard of the Month

will start in May instead of April. This will give the homeowner another

month to clean up their yards and replant for the summer. Drive throughs

are usually done a few days before the month.

Park: The park for now is basically closed. People are still coming into

the park and allowing the children to play. This is at your own risk and

CPV will not take any responsibility. At this time due to new lifts by our

state, we will not consider trespassing. We feel that for the time being

until further notice the decision and responsibility to enter the park will

rest on the individual homeowner.

Pool: We will attempt to open the pool on May 8 th for weekends only until

further notice. The weekend of May 1 st , our committee will be getting it

ready and cleaning it for the opening. We welcome anyone who can give

us a hand in this. We are in the process of doing repairs to our pumps

etc due to the ice storm. We are hoping that we can continue on with its

previous years’ schedules. All depends on the Covid situation. Again, it

will be at each individual homeowner’s risk. See below concerning pool

activation cards.

POOL AND PARKS: POOL as you know is closed. Again we must remind

everyone that cameras will pick up any illegal activity at all times in the

pool and park area. **At this time we are contemplating on opening

our pool for WEEKENDS ONLY beginning Saturday, May 8 th and officially

opening after Memorial Day. **These dates could change if we do not have

enough pool volunteers. Pool volunteers make sure to close pool at 9 PM,

empty trash, put chairs and loungers back in their place and clean tables if

needed. This is not much to ask but is needed in order to keep our pool open.

If you are interested, contact SCS and they will refer you to the committee

members. Pool card activation form will be mailed out prior to pool

opening. Make sure you send form in by the specific time mentioned so

that your pool card can be activated. Your account with our management

company for assessment dues etc. must be up to date or pool card access

will be denied.

POOL TRESPASSING: Jumping over the fence when the pool is closed is

trespassing and illegal.

IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS CALL AND REPORT IT! Program your

phone for the non-emergency phone number to the Sheriff’s department

(713-221-6000 #6) or crimes in progress dial 911. You do not have to give

out your name.

GREEN BELT AND PARK: GREENBELT AND PARK AREA TRASH! Did you

know that there are trash bins in these areas for your convenience?

Report any loitering you see. No one should be in the park area after

hours. Doggie stations are there for your use. If you see trash bags are

needed or the trash can for trash and dog litter is full, contact SCS. Our

landscaping people are responsible for this.

ILLEGAL PARKING: No parking in the Pool/Park area is allowed after

9 PM. We will begin towing any vehicle seen after hours at the owners’

expense. It does not matter if you are a homeowner or a guest visiting

the homeowner. It is illegal and considered trespassing. If you notice a

suspicious car or cars parked after hours, contact the non emergency

sheriff department so a deputy can be dispatched.

If you suspect illegal activity, trespassing, suspicious activity or illegal

parking after hours call the police right away at 713-221-6000 prompt 6.

You do not have to give out your name.

CRIME WATCH: Report any suspicious behavior. Report it to the Harris

County Sheriff’s dispatcher. You do not have to leave a name or number.

Call 713-221-6000 #6. AVOID thieves or break ins by making sure you

lock your cars, doors and back yard gate entries at all times. Do not give

them a reason to break in to steal! Most incidents are brought on upon

ourselves!

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CRIMES IN PROGRESS CALL 911

NON-EMERGENCY: 713-221-6000 and prompt 6.

Report any strange activity you see by calling the Sheriff’s Department!

Nothing is too small to report. You pay the Department to help keep our

neighborhood safe; therefore, it is up to you to report any strange activity

in your neighborhood! GET INVOLVED! If you want to be aware of what is

happening in your neighborhood as far as crime, the Sheriff’s department

posts news or important information in the new website created for the

various neighborhoods! Join in by registering at nextdoor.com. Lost and

found, contractor referrals, news etc. can be posted or found here. Stay

safe and be your own eyes and ears. No neighborhood anywhere is crime

free!!!!

COMMUNITY CENTER: The community center remains closed until

further notice due to the COVID 19. You may still call for questions

regarding services and leave a message at 281-856-9060 or email

ccarentals@gmail.com for faster results.

DEED RESTRICTIONS VIOLATIONS: NOTE: SCS continues to do drive

throughs within our sub-division on specific dates and times. They will

continue to handle anything pertaining to deed restrictions and violations.

The Board does not do the drive through inspections nor send out the

deed restrictions letters. If you need a copy of the deed restrictions you

may obtain from SCS or you can also obtain same from the Copperfield

Website (www.copperfield.org) or the new SCS portal. ACC Forms are

available through the SCS portal or at SCS offices for house paint colors,

roof changes, building structures, etc which must be approved by the

Architectural Control Committee before proceeding with any changes

pertaining to your property. DO NOT DISREGARD DEED RESTRICTION

LETTERS! Important that you read and act accordingly. If you think you

received this in error, please contact SCS immediately. Repeated cites or

non-compliance letters will automatically incur a fee against your account.

Contact SCS Monday-Friday (8 AM - 5 PM) for any deed restrictions, CPV

issues or questions at phone 281-463-1777. For all new homeowners,

WELCOME! The newsletter has all phone numbers you may need as well

as information and news throughout the Villages of Copperfield. We urge

you to read all your deed restrictions which your should have received a

copy at closing; however, you may also obtain them by going through

the SCS Portal, website www.copperfield.org or visit our management

company SCS Management for any questions you may have.

EASTON COMMONS VILLAGE

(EC) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Easton Commons Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April

10 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set

up in their respective driveways. All garage sales should be promptly

closed at 3 PM, with any unsold items removed from public view.

Always take safety precautions when hosting a garage sale. Have multiple

adults working the garage sale, lock the doors to your home, close your

garage door and wear an apron or a smock to hold your change instead

of using a cash box. Also follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19.

(EC) ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS

Assessments were due by January 1, 2021. Payments received after

January 31 st have incurred a late fee penalty and interest. Assessments

may be paid online through Graham Management’s website: www.

grahammanagementhouston.com/paydues.html. All major credit cards

are accepted.

(EC) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Homeowners are reminded that approval from the Architectural Review

Committee must be obtained prior to any changes or improvements

made to the exterior of your property. Updated ARC application forms

can be obtained on the website: www.copperfield.org/easton_commons.

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(EC) VACATION WATCH

The Harris County Sherriff’s Department has a Vacation Watch Program.

To sign up see the website: www.harriscountyso.org/Programs/

programs_VacationWatch.aspx.

Always lock your vehicles and take anything of value out of them.

Countless vehicles are being burglarized in our area every month due

to unlocked vehicles. If you see anything suspicious, call the Sheriff’s

Department immediately at 713-221-6000, option 6. For all emergencies,

call 911.

(EC) NEXT MEETING OF THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors will be

on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 via zoom video conference. The meeting

will begin at 6 PM and residents are invited to attend. Meeting login

information will be sent out via email so please make sure your email is

on file.

MIDDLEGATE VILLAGE

(MG) SPRING GARAGE SALE - APRIL 17, 2021

The Middlegate Village Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April

17 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set

up in their respective driveways. All garage sales should be promptly

closed at 3 PM, with any unsold items removed from public view. Always

take safety precautions when hosting a garage sale. Have multiple adults

working the garage sale, lock the doors to your home, close your garage

door and wear an apron or a smock to hold your change instead of using

a cash box. Also follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19. In case of inclement

weather, the event will be held the following Saturday, April 24, 2021.

(MG) MIDDLEGATE VILLAGE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

Crest Management Company

17171 Park Row, Houston, TX 77218

Phone: 281-579-0761

Dear Homeowners: This notice is being sent out by the Community

Association Board as a guideline to remind all owners of some of the

property maintenance items that are easy to overlook. Please examine

your property with the list of items below in mind. Some issues are

minor, but others are more visible and can make a big difference in

the appearance of our community, as well as the value of our home

investments. If you have any of the below noncompliance issues, please

address them within the next 30 days. If you have already received an

HOA covenant violation letter, that takes precedent and this notice will

serve as a general guideline for lots in the entire community. Should

you be unable to attend to these issues within the time given, please

WRITE to the management company at the address above or email our

assistant property manager, Melanee at MelaneeB@crest-management.

com with your timeline to remedy. If you are unsure of the Rules &

Regulations for your Community Association or would just like a copy,

they can be downloaded FREE on the Crest Management website - www.

crest-management.com/Communities/Middlegate-Village-Community-

Association

Housekeeping Items

1. Lawns & Landscaping - Please maintain weekly yard mowing, edging,

& trimming and replace dead sod and/or plants when necessary with

similar sound and healthy plant materials. Please do not blow yard waste

onto the street or down storm drains.

2. Speeding - One of the most common complaints the CA receives from

neighbors is the number of vehicles seen speeding throughout the

community. Please be aware of your speed in the community and ask

visitors to be mindful as well.

3. Storage of Boats, Trailers, RVs, Commercial Vehicles - These should only

be brought into the community for loading and unloading purposes and

are not allowed to be stored in the community.

4. Roof & Home Exterior Surfaces - Clean to remove dirt, mold & mildew

regularly - do not let them accumulate.

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5. Tree & Landscape Bed Trimming - Please trim any branches overhanging

or obstructing sidewalks, roads, signs or lights and keep plant

material in landscape beds neatly pruned and mulched. Remove all dead

fronds from palm trees as they serve as a great nesting place for bats and

rodents.

6. Trash & Recycling Bins - Store trash and recycling containers inside

garage (or otherwise out of sight from the street) and if possible, only

put out in the morning to avoid critters getting into the trash. Please put

away the same day as pick up.

7. Miscellaneous Items on Lot - Please keep your lot free of any loose,

miscellaneous items including building materials, equipment, plant

containers, unused vehicles, trailers, etc.

8. Exterior Additions/Improvement - All exterior paint colors & external

home improvements must be pre-approved by ARC. You may do this by

logging into your homeowner account page at www.Crest-Management.

com with your username and password, to submit all Exterior Modification

Requests to your property and track your requests.

9. Pets - When walking pets around the neighborhood please make sure

you pick up after them.

Thank you in advance for your continued cooperation!

Your Neighbors... Middlegate Village CA Board of Directors

(MG) MIDDLEGATE COMMITTEES ARE YOUR BOOTS ON THE GROUND

Committees are advisory in their function and allow HOA directors to

complete tasks more efficiently. Committees provide the additional data

necessary for decision making by the homeowner association.

Committee efforts benefit the need of the entire homeowner association.

In their advisory capacity, committees present their findings in the form

of a report to the directors of the HOA who have the final responsibility

for decisions. The benefit of committees to the homeowner association

is that volunteers from the community bring life lessons, professional

experience, education and common sense approaches to their duties.

The Park and Pool Committee is active year round. The committee

members study pool and park maintenance needs, gather competitive

bids from contractors and present reports to HOA directors at the

monthly meetings. Some smaller jobs are completed by volunteers

recruited by the committee. You saw the notice in newsletter and on

website seeking workers to help plant new grass around park signs,

move and reuse existing plants in new beds and add seeds for plants that

encourage hummingbirds, bees and other pollinators.

The Neighbor Events Committee has worked closely with the Board

Directors to assure approval and support for the National Night Out and

Breakfast with Santa events. The committee members worked behind the

scenes to schedule the elements of both events. And on the day of each

event, the committee members and the Board Directors were present to

coordinate the many working parts.

Committees report to the Board. They bring bids and proposals,

suggestions and more to the regular monthly meetings. When a Board

vote is required on a committee action, it is done at that meeting.

Like the Board members, committee members are volunteers. Unlike

Board members, committee members are not voted into place by

homeowners.

If you have life lessons, professional experience, education and common

sense to share; come to an HOA meeting or contact Crest to jump on

board a committee.

(MG) STORMWATER RUNOFF

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Stormwater runoff is water from rain that does not soak into the ground.

It flows from rooftops, over paved areas, bare soil and sloped lawns.

As it flows, stormwater runoff collects and transports animal waste,

trash, litter, pesticides, fertilizers, oil & grease, soil and other potential

pollutants into the storm drains. Rain washes pollutants from impervious

surfaces (e.g., sidewalks, driveways, streets, parking lots) construction

sites, shopping and commercial centers and residential yards into storm

sewers or ditches and then flows untreated into nearby creeks, fish and

wildlife habitats, downstream recreational areas and drinking water

supplies. Nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen can cause algae to

grow which depletes oxygen in waterways. Toxic substances from motor

vehicles, as well as the careless application of pesticides and fertilizers

also threaten water quality and can kill fish and other aquatic life. Bacteria

from pet and animal wastes get washed into lakes and waterways making

them unsafe for water sports like wading, swimming, water skiing and

fishing. A sanitary sewer system and a storm sewer are not the same.

Water that goes down toilets, sinks, showers or other inside drains flows

to a wastewater treatment plant. Storm sewer flows are not treated, so its

important to remember that any type of surface water runoff - not just

rainfall - will be collected in the stormwater management system. When

you wash your care on the driveway, for example all that water, road oils,

dirt and grime ends up in the storm drain!

NORTHMEAD VILLAGE NEWS

(NM) ADD US TO YOUR CALENDAR!

HOA BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE 5/26/21, 7/28/21 AND 9/22/21

HOA BOARD MEEING are being held virtually at the current time.

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89183747112?pwd=SEF

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Meeting ID: 891 8374 7112 Passcode: 846949

Meetings of the Northmead Village Board of Directors are held the fourth

Wednesday every other month and we encourage all residents to attend

the meetings, either to address the Board or just to listen and know what

is going on. The executive session begins at 6-6:30 PM with the open

session starting at 6:30 PM. The meetings are held at the Copperfield

Community Center located at 15409 Willow River Drive or on Zoom. All

residents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meetings. If you

have a specific item that you would like to address with the Board, you

may call Graham Management at 713-334-8000.

(NM) NORTHMEAD HOA ANNUAL MEMBERS

MEETING AND BOARD MEETING

The Northmead Board decided to postpone our annual meeting, hoping

we can hold it in person later in the year. Please check your mail and Nabr

Network for additional information on a future date.

(NM) NORTHMEAD VILLAGE WEBSITE

Be sure to check out the Northmead Village website for all the latest news

and information. There is great information on the Northmead Website

featuring upcoming fun neighborhood events, pictures of past events,

HOA meeting dates, agendas and minutes, forms to remodel or paint

your house, bylaws, pool and park information. We have implemented

Nabr Network. Multiple ways to join: Text “grahamgo” to 59248 &

receive a text back with a mobile app download link. Search for the

mobile app “Graham Go” in Google Play Store. Go to northmeadvillages.

nabrnetwork.com. Call them at 713-334-8000 or email them at sfellwock@

grahammanagementhouston.com to be added to the agenda.

(NM) SPRING IS HERE

After the hard freeze we had in February our yards are going to need a

lot of working this spring. Please remember it’s more than cutting your

grass, we need to weed eat, edge, remove grass growing in the cracks

of our driveway & sideway joints. Remove the debris along the curbs.

Please put lawn clippings on the corner of the driveway and don’t block

the sidewalk.

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(NM) STORAGE OF AUTOMOBILES, BOATS, TRAILERS, OTHERS

VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT

Section 19 of the Northmead Bylaws state: No automobiles, trailers, campers,

motorcycles, buses, trucks, tractors, recreational vehicles, inoperative vehicles,

equipment or machinery of any kind, camp rigs off truck, boat rigging or any item

deemed offensive by the ARC, shall be stored permanently or semi-permanently

on any public street, right-of-way or driveway. Permanent or semi- permanent

storage of such vehicles or items must be screened from public view either within

the garage or behind a solid fence. Semi-permanent storage is defined as the

storage without movement for a period not exceeding forty-eight (48) hours.

(NM) AT&T DAMAGE

You may have noticed that AT&T is currently in the community installing new

cable, during the installation, there may be some damage that occurs. Please

report this to Sarie Fellwock at sfellwock@grahammanagementhouston.

com or 713-334-8000. Please include pictures and location of damage.

(NM) NORTHMEAD BOARD UPDATE

In addition to bring Santa and the Easter Bunny to Northmead, your HOA

Board & Graham Management have been busy getting the pool area

ready. We have painted the pool house, painted the bathrooms including

the floors, painted the pool & splash pad fence and painted the lamp

posts & BBQs. Replaced the pool pumps. Installed security cameras in the

pool and playground area. Replaced the fence around our commercial

area at Highway 6 & West (includes Planet Fitness, Goodyear & the fence

behind the strip center) Hired a new landscape company for Northmead.

Our next project is new counter tops for both bathrooms.

(NM) PLEASE DON’T’ BLOCK THE SIDEWAY OR DRIVEWAY

With more people working from home due to Covid, Graham Management is

get more complaints about residents blocking the sidewalk with trash bags or

lawn trimmings plus vehicles blocking the driveway while our homeowners

are out walking the neighborhood. Please be courteous and put your trash

bags & lawn clips on the edge of you driveway and if necessary park your car

in the street. No boats, trailers, commercial trucks or inoperable vehicles are

allowed in driveways or street and are against deed restriction violations! You

will be charged a fee if you have been cited before for the same offense or for

repeated violations. This offense creates emergency vehicles access ability at

times and therefore considered a serious violation.

(NM) DOG LEASH LAW

There have been many complaints about dogs are running loose in the

neighborhood. If this is the case, call animal control! If you are walking

your dogs, keep them on a leash at ALL times. This is a deed restriction

and also against Harris County Leash Law. Be considerate of others. Many

children are afraid of animals and also people in the neighborhood do

not appreciate dogs running around loose in their lawns. Please pickup

after your dogs, no one wants to step in your dog’s poop.

(NM) HOME IMPROVEMENT REQUIREMENTS

Spring is on its way and so if you are doing some spring cleaning and planning

changes to your home, remember to check in with Graham Management on

home improvement and painting projects. Home Improvement Requirements

are available for reading or download on the community website, under

Documents and Forms, northmeadvillages.nabrnetwork.coml. ARC application

forms can be obtained on the website: www.northmeadvillage.org/docs.html.

Before making improvements or changes that may be impacted by our deed

restrictions, you can call Graham Management at 713-334-8000 for assistance.

They will be happy to advise you and provide forms needed for approval of

your renovation. Remember that you (the owner) are responsible for the cost

of removing or redoing any unapproved changes.

(NM) THE NORTHMEAD HOA BOARD NEEDS YOUR HELP!

The Northmead HOA Board enjoys putting on our special events

during the year like: Yard of the Month, Movie in the Park and Christmas

Decorating Contest but we need volunteers! If you would like to volunteer

please contact Ro Rea at rrrea@sbcglobal.net.

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(NM) SPRING GARAGE SALE: APRIL 17, 2021

The Northmead Village Spring Community Garage Sale will be held on

Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 7 AM until 3 PM.. Signs will be posted

throughout the community one week prior to the event. Residents who

wish to participate should set-up in their respective driveways.

(NM) 2021 POOL & SPLASH PAD SCHEDULE

In 2021, Northmead will be using Malibu Aquatics again.

Week-ends in May:

Saturdays:

Sundays:

Memorial Day:

June 4 th -August 20 th :

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SAFETY BREAKS: One ten-minute break will be taken at ten (10) minutes

before the hour, every hour. This is to serve as a time of rest for our guests.

This safety break is for everyone including adults. In the fair housing act,

it states that it is age discrimination to not allow anyone under the age

of 18 in the pool during this 10-minute break. For this reason, the safety

break is for everyone. Lifeguards will remain on the lifeguard stand

during this break, to ensure the pool is vacant.

CHILD SAFETY POLICY: Unfortunately, drowning is the leading cause of

accidental death for children 1 to 4 years of age. Most cases are a result

of little or no supervision, access to a swimming pool or water front and

can even occur in a bathtub. As your pool management company, Malibu

Aquatics wants to create a safe environment for the children of your

community. We will implement our Child Safety Policy at your swimming

pools for the 2020 swim season. This policy will improve accountability,

create awareness and ensure that every child is safe when visiting

community pools.

The Child Safety Policy will be executed with the following rules:

• Children 48 inches and under in height entering the swimming pool

area will be required to wear a wristband issued by the lifeguards.

• Red wristband indicates that the child has NOT passed a Swim Test

administered by the lifeguards. Children with a red wristband are issued

a lifejacket that must be worn at all times. If the guardian elects to not

have the child wear a lifejacket, the guardian is then required to be within

arm’s length of the child at ALL times. The guardian is also issued a red

wristband.

• Green wristband indicates that the child has passed a Swim Test. Once

a child has passed the Swim Test, the child’s name will be added to our

Child Safety Log. Each visit to the pool, the child will need to give the

lifeguard their name and a green wristband will be issued. Children on

the Safety Log are not required to wear a lifejacket or to be within arm’s

reach of their guardian.

• The Swim Test consists of swimming one length of the pool unassisted.

This includes no aid from flotation devices, the lane ropes, pool walls or

the bottom of the pool.

• Any child on the Child Safety Log can be asked to perform a Swim Test

again, should the lifeguards on duty feel the child’s swimming ability has

diminished.

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(NM) RULES FOR THE YARD OF THE MONTH CONTEST

The Yard-Of-The-Month (YOM) program has been established to

recognize the efforts of residents within Northmead Village, whether

they are homeowners or tenants, who demonstrate a clear and

consistent desire to maintain or improve their respective properties

above normal expectations. The Northmead Village HOA would like to

give you the recognition you deserve for creating a beautiful, well-kept

yard. This is a great way to improve the value of your home and make our

neighborhood a better place to live.

RULES

• YOM will be awarded for the months of May thru August. A separate

award will be granted for the best decorated yard during the Holiday

Season

• The Committee will be around the neighborhood monthly to determine

the winner of the YOM.

• Resident’s lawns will be judged the last week of the month prior to the

awarded YOM, except for the Holiday judging which will be judged in

December?

• Potential YOM winners are judged solely on the total exterior appearance

of their property and front yard as viewed from the street. Please help us

by have your house address visible as the judges view your homes.

• Properties may not win yard of the month more than once a year.

• The committee will notify the winner by mail and Nextdoor. Photos of

the yard will be taken and published in the newsletter and website.

• Property owner must be in good standings with payments of dues.

• Judging factors include the overall appearance, tidiness and neatness of

the front of the property as evidenced by:

Well-groomed (properties can have a natural, wild scape appearance,

but grass must be mowed and the perimeter of the property must be

edged).

Attractive; pleasing to the eye (e.g. green lawn; a variety of plants such

as trees, shrubs, ground cover, flowers for color , wildflowers; plants with

a variety heights, textures and color.

Buildings, fences, porches and patios on the property are required to

be in good repair, i.e. minimal distraction from the landscape due to

deterioration, damage or construction. Driveways and sidewalks clean

and or power washed.

All selected properties must be free of litter, junk and debris.

All selected properties must have no appliances or indoor furniture on

porches or patios.

All selected properties must be free of junked or inoperable vehicles.

All selected properties must have no parking on the lawn.

Evaluation Checklist:

__Lawn mowed neatly; low spots filled with topsoil; no brown spots in

grass

__Lawn and flowerbeds are free of leaves, weeds and grass clippings;

area walks and driveways swept

__Sidewalks and driveways edged (includes around foundations, patios,

trees …) also, power washed and clear of any mold and algae

__No weeds in lawn and cracks of sidewalks/driveway

__Mulching flowerbeds/bushes/trees

__Appearance and condition of flowers

__Bushes trimmed neatly

__Front yard clear of clutter, garbage cans, litter, etc. (most visible area

from street)

__Overall appearance - is it neat and clean (water hose neatly stored

when not in use)

• Specially designed sign placed in their front yard until the announcement

of the next month’s winner

• Picture of their front yard displayed in the newsletter and website

(NM) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Egrets and Night Herons have created nesting sites in Northmead

over the past 6 months, not only in the parks but we are seeing nests

in the trees on neighborhood streets. The Egrets and Night Herons ARE

RETURNING! Look for information and tips under CCA at the front of the

newsletter.

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SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE

(SC) WELCOME NEW NEIGHBORS

We are happy and pleased to welcome you into the community. We are

happy you are here with us in Southcreek. We take great pride in our

neighborhood and are always glad to see new families move in.

Open-door Properties, Damian & Aimee Martinez and Alex Moore

(SC) BOARD MEETINGS

Southcreek Board meetings are on the 3 rd Thursday of each month, with

the next meeting date being April 15, 2021 at 6 PM. Login details will

be posted on Town Square the week of the meeting. This is a public

forum where you can ask any questions or express any concerns to the

Southcreek HOA Board.

(SC) HOA DUES

Friendly reminder! Your HOA dues help keep Southcreek looking like as

great as it does-please make it a priority to pay your dues if you have

not yet done so. Please contact Karla Weeden at kweeden@pmghouston.

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(SC) TOWN SQUARE

Please make sure to register on Town Square (TownSq), the official

mode of communication for the Association, so you can receive all

announcements and updates from the Southcreek Board.

Please see the directions below on signing up:

1. Go to www.townsq.io.

2. Click on “Need to Register”.

3. Enter your account number and zip code. If you do not know your

account number, you can find it on your assessment statement or you can

call Principal Management Group at 713-329-7100 or email kweeden@

pmghouston.com.

4. After entering your account number and zip code you will be asked to

select your name.

5. The next screen will then show your information and ask you if you

want to sign up or if you want to link another account (for owners with

multiple properties).

6. Select the Sign-Up option and proceed to the next screen where you

will enter your email, your address and select a password (at least 8

characters).

7. You have been signed up for TownSq! You will now be able to check

everything regarding your account and your community.

(SC) SOUTHCREEK BOARD QUARTERLY UPDATE

Your Southcreek Village Board of Directors have been working diligently on

behalf of our residents in all aspects of the community; contracts, maintenance/

repairs, replacement, community involvement, committee development, etc.

Please see the following quarterly update on the SCV business.

Southcreek & The CCA

• Southcreek dissolved demand letter and letter of intent with CCA. •

CCA fencing replaced on Queenston. • CCA obtained loan for remaining

phases of fence project (to include Longenbaugh). • All Villages signed a

maximum 5-year amendment agreement for loan duration. • Southcreek

monuments on Queenston were power washed and repainted. •

Copperfield brick column monuments within Southcreek were power

washed and lettering will be repainted in February.

Committees

• A Communication Committee has been created to update the marquees

and bulletin boards. • A Block Captain coordinator is organizing and

recruiting Block captains for all streets in Copperfield. 27 of our 69 streets

now have block captains. • An Architectural Review Committee (ARC) has

been created to review applications that are not straightforward approvals

done by the management company. They will also be reviewing and

updating the current ARC guidelines. • A Deed Restriction Committee

(DRC) has been created to help nominate and select winners for the Holiday

Decorating Contest and Yard of the Month. • A Pools and Parks Committee

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has been created to help monitor pool and park maintenance and repairs.

• A Crime Watch Committee has been created to review the monthly

crime states, communicate with the Sergeant and determine locations

for Mr. Speedo. • A Social Events Committee has been created to plan and

coordinate events for the community. A successful socially distanced Santa

drive-through was held in December and Easter Bunny in March.

(SC) HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF DEPT.

Report any suspicious activity to the Harris County Sheriff’s nonemergency

line at 713-221-6000. Remember, the patrolling Sheriff’s

deputies depend on us as much as we depend on them.

(SC) BLOCK CAPTAINS

• Are you concerned about the appearance of your community? • Do you

want to get to know your neighbors and others in our community? A

block captain makes a Street roster and periodically will forward emails to

neighbors on their street from the Southcreek Board. We need volunteers to

be block captains on most of our streets in Southcreek Village. Email Bryne

Liner at bryneliner@gmail.com to volunteer or receive more information

on the block captains program. Be a Block Captain! Email today!

(SC) SOUTHCREEK ARC APPLICATIONS

Please remember that approval from the Architectural Review Committee

must be obtained prior to any changes or improvements made to the

exterior of your property, including but not limited to repainting, roofing,

door/window replacement, siding replacement, major landscaping,

pools and home additions. ARC application forms are on www.townsq.io

and on Copperfield.org. Completed applications can be emailed to ARC@

pmghouston.com.

(SC) DEED RESTRICTION LETTERS

Please help maintain Southcreek Village’s property values! To ensure the

aesthetic integrity of Southcreek Village is being maintained, periodic site

inspections are performed by PMG each month. If you happen to receive

a deed restriction violation notice, please do not ignore it or disregard it.

It is always best to reach out to the management company right away

to let them know either that you have taken care of the violation, have

plans to do so or are unable to do so right away. Please contact Karla

Weeden with PMG at kweeden@pmghouston.com. This communication

is important because subsequent letters from the Association can result

in additional costs for the homeowner for certified mail fees and even

legal fees if the issue persists with no response. Copies of Southcreek

Village’s governing documents are posted on http://www.Townsq.io and

on www.Copperfield.org

Some common violations include: Removing mold & mildew from house

• Repairing or replacing damaged siding • Removing weeds in cement

cracks and flower beds • Gutter maintenance

(SC) STREET PARKING

Please be courteous to your neighbors when street parking. Do not

obstruct driveways or sidewalks. Should you need to briefly park a trailer

in the street, please make sure it’s not obstructing anyone’s access to

their driveway. As a reminder, it is prohibited to street park commercial

vehicles in Southcreek - this includes, but is not limited to, semi-trailer

trucks and heavy equipment vehicles. If a vehicle has been parked in the

street and left with outdated tags it is considered abandoned and will be

towed. No overnight parking permitted at any of the HOA parks. Violators

will be towed at the owners’ expense.

(SC) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Now is the time to familiarize yourself with the variety that have been

in our area in previous years. To prevent the development of a rookery,

now is the time to be on the lookout for the return of these birds. Look

for information and tips under CCA at the front of the newsletter. If you

are able to help dissuade the birds from selecting our community parks

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SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE NEWS

(SD) BIRD PREVENTION COMMITTEE

If you are interested in becoming a part of the Bird Prevention Committee,

please email SDVBirdCom@gmail.com. Here are some examples of what

this committee does: Forming groups of “spotters” who would walk the area

daily to watch for the birds and report sightings of them. • Forming groups

of “discouragers” who would be willing to shoo the birds from the trees (this

also needs to happen daily, if not multiple times a day). • Working to make

the community aware of the issues and the prevention time frame and tips.

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Watch for Signs - Night herons are the first to migrate in mid-February.

While not usually a nuisance, the presence of night herons lets other

migrating birds know they’ve found a good place to nest. It is important

for the entire neighborhood to act together. Look for information and

tips under CCA at the front of the newsletter.

(SD) WEBSITE

Please make sure that you are registered on the official website, www.

southdownvillage.nabrnetwork.com to get all important updates about

the community.

(SD) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 10 th from 7 AM until

3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set up in their respective

driveways. All garage sales should be promptly closed at 3 PM, with any

unsold items removed from public view.

(SD) 2021 ASSESSMENT

The 2021 assessment bill is now past due and final notices have been sent.

The fastest and easiest way to pay is online (link available on the website

mentioned above) but you can also mail your payment to Southdown

Village, c/o Payment Lockbox, P.O. BOX 879 Richmond, TX 77406-0022.

Please contact ar@grahammanagementhouston.com if you need a copy

of your invoice and to obtain your updated balance.

(SD) COPPERFIELD SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE CRIME WATCH

Spring is here and while you are out updating your lawns and gardens, there

is no better time to get to know your neighbors. Be sure to exchange contact

information as you never know when you might get that important call!

“Hello, This is your neighbor, …………… “

* “I see water running from your garage.”

* “It’s after dark and your garage door is still up.”

* “The trunk of your car is open.”

* “Do you have a repairman at your house?”

“There is someone walking on your roof.”

* “I think I just saw your dog running down the street.”

* “Your sprinkler system has been running all morning

and water is running down the street.”

* “Since I have a generator, I made a big pot of soup to share.”

These are just a few examples of conversations exchanged by our

very own Southdown neighbors as reported by our wonderful BLOCK

CAPTAINS.

Springtime is a great time to spend more time outside. Seeing people working

in their yards and walking in the neighborhood show potential burglars that

the community is active. Remember to stay alert to your surroundings and

report any suspicious activity. While we have an investment in our homes,

we need to make an investment in getting to know our neighbors. Caring

neighbors is a true testament to a great neighborhood. And maybe your

neighbor will have a big pot of soup to share.

Report anything suspicious to the non-emergency number

Harris County Sheriff • 713-221-6000 (Option 6)

Remember to Like and Follow us on Facebook at:

Copperfield Southdown Village Crime Watch

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(SD) BOARD MEETINGS

The Board meets every month (except for December) on the third

Wednesday at 6:30 PM. They are now being held via video conference

and all owners are invited to attend and observe these meetings. The

access information will be posted on the website prior to each meeting.

(SD) COMMITTEES NEEDED

We are looking for volunteers to serve on a Landscape Committee to

help report any issues and to help plan improvements, a Communication

Committee to help coordinate the newsletter articles and website

communications and a Planning Committee to help determine what

major improvements should be done in the community. Please email

creyes@grahammanagementhouston.com if interested.

(SD) TRASH PICK UP SERVICE

In order to keep the neighborhood appealing to potential buyers,

increase curb appeal and deter vandalism we ask that trash be placed

at the curb no earlier than the evening before scheduled pick up and

trash cans and recycling bins be removed the same day. If you have lawn

service, please request the lawn clippings to be hauled away or have

them placed in a location that cannot be seen from the street. If your

service is unable to accommodate the request, you can ask that they

maintain the yard on a Monday or Thursday so that the clippings are only

on the curb for one afternoon.

(SD) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Please remember that approval from the Architectural Review Committee

must be obtained prior to any changes or improvements made to the

exterior of your property, including but not limited to: repainting, roofing,

door/window replacement, siding replacement and major landscaping.

ARC application forms can be obtained or submitted on the website:

www.southdownvillage.nabrnetwork.com.

WESTCREEK VILLAGE

(WC) WESTCREEK BOARD

Meetings - 4 th Tuesday at 6:30 PM

The next meeting of the Board of Directors will be on Tuesday, April 27,

2021 at the Forest Heights meeting room. The meeting will begin at 6 PM

and residents are invited to attend.

(WC) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 17 th from 7 AM until

3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set up in their respective

driveways. All garage sales should be promptly closed at 3 PM, with any

unsold items removed from public view. Always take safety precautions

when hosting a garage sale. Have multiple adults working the garage

sale, lock the doors to your home, close your garage door and wear an

apron or a smock to hold your change instead of using a cash box. Also

follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19.

(WC) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Please remember that approval from the Architectural Review Committee

must be obtained prior to any changes or improvements made to the

exterior of your property, including but not limited to: repainting, roofing,

door/window replacement, siding replacement and major landscaping.

ARC application forms can be obtained on the copperfield.org website.

Please be advised that the Board has updated the Architectural Review

Guidelines. Please review them on the website as well.

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(WC) EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS

The Association is creating a database of email addresses so that important

communication can be sent out to the community. If you have never

received an email from the HOA (the last one was in regards to the annual

meeting), please send an email to creyes@grahammanagementhouston.

com with your address and the email you wish to add to your account.

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WESTCREEK CRIME WATCH COMMITTEE

Block Captains are needed on your street. It’s an easy way to volunteer.

The goal is to have a means of contacting neighbors on your street, email

preferred, to share crime watch activity. As a Block Captain, I introduce

myself to new move ins and offer them the choice to get on my street

roster. It is very important that these email addresses are used only for

Crime Watch news. You can host a National Night Out driveway party in

order to meet your neighbors. It can be a simple gathering to an all out

pot luck dinner. If interested, contact me, wrspo@sbcglobal.net and I will

help and answer any questions.

BURGLARY PREVENTION TIPS

These Simple Tips May Prevent You from Being a Victim: Make

sure all doors and windows are secured before leaving. • When you’re

going to be gone, leave your TV and / or radio on to make your home

appear occupied. • Use a secondary blocking device on all sliding glass

doors such as locking pin, charley bar or wood / metal rod. • Use highly

visible alarm decals or a “Beware of Dog” decal (even if you do not have

either). Remember, you want to deter the crime. • Keep bushes, trees and

shrubbery trimmed back so that no one can hide behind them. • If you’re

going to be gone at night make sure your porch lights are on. • Advise

the City of Hampton if any of your street lights are not working by calling

311. • Start a neighborhood watch group by contacting the Community

Relations Unit at (757) 727-6574. • Keep a written record of the serial

numbers on all high dollar items. • Contact the Hampton Police Division

to have a home security survey conducted at no cost.

Robbery Prevention Tips Be Alert When Out And About: Don’t go out

alone (after dark). • Be careful how you carry your purse and wallet. • Keep

car doors locked when traveling, whether you are a passenger or driver. •

If someone makes you feel uneasy, trust your instincts and leave. • If you

are confronted by a robber, give them what they ask for. Do not attempt

to fight the assailant. • When coming home late at night, leave as many

outside lights on as possible.

When Approaching Your Vehicle: Check the area of the parking lot for

people hanging around. • Be alert in parking lots and parking garages,

park near an entrance. • At night, park in well-lighted areas. • Secure all

packages, clothing, etc. • Don’t park near concealment. • Keep your eyes

open and pay attention!! You can check your phone and look through

your bags later. • Have the keys in your hand. • Be ready to defend yourself.

• Look under and around your car as you approach it. • Ensure the trunk

and doors are still locked. • Check the back seat before unlocking the door.

Using an ATM: Use ATMs in well lighted, populated areas. Store and bank

ATMs during the day are best. Scan the area before using the ATM. If you see

a person loitering in the area for no apparent reason, go to another location.

• If you see something strange during your transaction, push cancel, take

your card and leave the area. • After the transaction, be alert. You’ll have cash

in hand making you a possible target. Scan the area. Leave immediately. If

you suspect danger, promptly enter the nearest store or building.

WESTCREEK LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE

Meetings - 2 nd Monday of every month at 6:30 PM

Location - Forest Heights Pool Meeting Room or remotely by Zoom

The Westcreek Landscape Committee generally meets on the 2 nd Monday

every month. If you are interested in helping make a difference in our

neighborhood and would like to become part of the group, we welcome

and encourage your attendance and hope to see you there - there is

always room for you! Contrary to popular opinions we do not do the

manual labor! We are a friendly group of decision makers!

Comments, suggestions or questions regarding common areas or other

landscape topics are always welcome. The Landscape Committee at

LandscapeWestcreek@gmail.com. A member will then get back with you

to answer your questions or concerns.

We would like a volunteer from the area of Hudson Oaks. That part of

our community is not represented on the Landscape Committee. Please

consider offering your time to us.

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William and

Saturday afternoon

Troop 1296

colleagues

Did You Know? Westcreek

Village has a memorial rock

located in front of the drainage

ditch on Hudson Oaks. Past

members of committees

who have contributed to

the beautification, safety

and maintenance of our

community are remembered

there.

William with his

complete project

and the Clear

Lake NPSOT sign

TEXAS NATIVE PLANTS” - NEW COPPERFIELD TRAIL PLANTING

Westcreek resident and Troop 1296 Eagle Scout candidate, William Hudson,

recently led a team of scouts and parents during the installation of a new

Native Texas Plants bed at the western end of the Copperfield Trail. This

over 500 square foot bed had to be initially cleared of the existing weedy

grasses. Once that back breaking task was completed, the scouts planted

many native grasses, dominantly Gulf Muhly (Muhlenbergia capillaris) and

Brownseed Paspalum (Paspalum plicatum), with Sideoats Grama (Bouteloua

curtipendula), Knotroot Bristlegrass (Setaria geniculata) and Lovegrass

(Eragrostis). Forbs planted include Gulf Coast Penstemon (Penstemon

tenuis), Red Salvia (Salvia coccinea), Sharp Blazing Star (Liatris acidota),

Rough Coneflower (Rudbeckia grandiflora), Lyreleaf Sage (Salvia lyrate) and

Corpus Christi Fleabane (Erigeron procumbens). Seed from additional native

wildflowers was sown and covered with pine needle straw. The plants were

bought using a grant generously awarded by the Clear Lake Native Plant

Society (NPSOT) in support of their mission to increase the use of native

plants in our local landscapes. They have placed an educational sign at

the site with a QR code link to their project. These plants are more likely to

support the local wildlife (pollinators, birds, etc.) and may be more tolerant of

the Texas weather extremes. We hope you join us in thanking William and his

Troop for their hard work and we look forward to seeing the planting mature,

with wildflowers for all the seasons supported by the native grasses. Enjoy!

PLEASE BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR:

Coming Soon: The HOA has unanimously approved the installation of pet waste

stations along the greenbelt. The landscape members have decided on the

placement. Watch for them and please deposit your pet droppings properly.

COMMUNITY GARDEN NEWS

The Community Garden Committee continues to meet on the second

Saturday of each month at 9 AM at the garden located at Hudson Oaks

Park. Come and see what we are all about.

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GARAGE SALES

COPPERBROOK GARAGE SALE

First Saturday in April, April 3 rd from 7 AM-2 PM, rain date will be the

following Saturday, April 10 th . Located West Rd - east of Hwy 6

COPPER VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Copper Village Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 3 rd

from 7 AM to 12 Noon. Located West Road - between Hwy 6 & Queenston

EASTON COMMONS SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Easton Commons Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April

10 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Located in Copperfield.

SOUTHDOWN SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 10 th from 7 AM

until 3 PM. Located in Copperfield off of Longenbaugh near Hwy. 6

HEARTHSTONE GARAGE SALE

SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2021 | 7 AM-2 PM

WESTCREEK VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 17 th from 7 AM

until 3 PM. Queenston between FM529 & Longenbaugh.

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MIDDLEGATE VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Middlegate Village Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday,

April 17 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Located in Copperfield between

Longenbaugh and West Rd.

NORTHMEAD VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Northmead Village Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday,

April 17 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Located in Copperfield off of West Road.

STONE GATE SPRING GARAGE SALE

Saturday, April 17th from 7 AM until 12 PM. Located at Houston

National Golf Club, Queenston between Tuckerton & Barker Cypress -

follow the signs.

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MESSIAH: A LUTHERAN FAITH COMMUNITY

CAMP HOPE

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Dates:

• Week 1: July 5-9, 2021

• Week 2: July 12-16, 2021

• Week 3: July 19-23, 2021

9:30 AM-3:30 PM

SUMMER CAMPS

Camp Hope is our three week, day camp for children ages 5 years-old through

6 th grade. It is an adult-mentored, student-led ministry. Each day children will

hear a new bible story, learn what it means to their life by eating a snack, playing

a game and experiencing the story through the arts, STEM and worship.

Camp Hope is a day camp that is passionate about growing leaders. This is one

of the reasons that Camp Hope is one of the BEST ways to develop youth leaders.

It’s a vital part of what Camp Hope is all about!

Parents are invited to register their children online at www.messiahlc.org/camphope.

For more information, call 281-890-3013.

A.D. PLAYERS ACADEMY

REGISTRATION IS NOW

OPEN FOR SUMMER CAMPS!

Join A.D. Players Academy as we “Cruise the Sea” this summer

and are joined by many literary friends to support our

development as actors: Nemo, Swimmy, Peter Pan, Moana,

the Muppets and even the Magic School Bus Under the Sea

characters! We have half day or full day camp options, each

focusing on a different area of the performing arts - dance/

movement, physical acting/pantomime skills and acting

technique.

Click the links below for details on dates and offerings for ages

3-18!!

Summer Camps:

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in America (ELCA). Messiah is located at 11522 Telge Road, ½ mile north of

Highway 290. For more information, 281-890-3013 or www.messiahlc.org.

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GOLF TOURNAMENT

1ST ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

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WHEN: MONDAY, APRIL 26, 2021 AT 1 PM

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About Amanda’s Army: The Jill Smith Team is raising money for our

teammate and fellow Realtor®, Amanda Lefebvre who was recently

diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer. As a successful self employed real

estate agent, Amanda will not be able to maintain her earnings while going

through her treatments. Before becoming a Realtor®, she proudly served in

the United States Army for 7 years. Amanda was the first female Corporal

Jumpmaster in the 82 nd Airborne with over 50 jumps. She is a University of

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FUN RUN

SUPERINTENDENT’S FUN RUN

VIRTUAL EVENT - RUN TOGETHER FROM WHEREVER

Although the start and finish lines of this year’s Superintendent’s Fun Run

won’t be in the Berry Center parking lot, we can still run together from

wherever.

We look forward to seeing you in fun run t-shirts running or walking

wherever! Virtual participants will receive photo trims to highlight run

photos on social media with #CFISDfunrun on May 1, 2021.

VIRTUAL EVENT INFORMATION

The eighth annual CFISD Superintendent’s Fun Run is set for May 1, 2021.

Online registration began March 15 th . Visit the Fun Run webpage: www.

cfisd.net/en/fun-run.

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IMPORTANT DATES

April 2nd - Student/Staff Holiday

SCHOOL CALENDAR

To download the 2020-2021 school calendar, visit

the CFISD website at www.cfisd.net/en/calendar.

CFISD STUDENTS’ WORK SELECTED TO HOUSTON

RODEO SCHOOL ART AUCTION

Three student artists had their artwork selected to advance to the

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR) School Art auction.

Cypress Woods High School freshman Magdalena Baughman (Bridger

& Poco), Jersey Village High School junior Amy Muery (Laying Hen) and

Hamilton Middle School eighth grade student Ravine Cohen (Sunkissed

Stallions) each had their work chosen to advance.

“Having student artwork chosen as the top entry for the Houston

Livestock Show and Rodeo is already a huge achievement, but to have

it selected for auction is an added bonus and rare opportunity,” said

Lee Carrier, CFISD coordinator of visual arts. “I am proud of our CFISD

art students for receiving this honor. I would like to thank the HLSR

School Art Committee for continuing to support CFISD’s K-12 th grade art

students. I would also like to thank art teachers of the auction students

for providing this contest opportunity at their campuses.”

Since 1965, the HLSR has recorded more than 9.4 million entries to

its School Art Program. HLSR provides students the opportunity to

earn scholarships, visit workshops and a chance to have their artwork

displayed at the Hayloft Gallery during the Rodeo itself.

To learn more about the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s School

Art Program, visit their website: www.rodeohouston.com/Educational-

Support/School-Art-Program#ArtGallery.

MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION TEAM EARNS

SCHOOL SAFETY AWARD

The CFISD Mental Health Intervention Team (MHIT) will be honored by

the Texas School Safety Center (TxSSC) and receive the Positive School

Climate and Prevention Programs Award of the center’s School Safety

Spotlight Program. The MHIT will be featured in the center’s upcoming

quarterly newsletter as well as the TxSSC social media platforms.

The School Safety Spotlight Program is designed to recognize and

promote schools, districts and individuals that foster education and

learning through safe and secure campuses. Categories include

Collaborative Community Partnerships, Staff Development and Training,

Positive School Climate and Prevention Programs, Student-Led Groups

or Programs and Outstanding Individual Service. Submissions and

nominations are reviewed based on knowledge, creativity and originality,

engagement, impact and evidence-based practices.

The TxSSC recognizes the top-scoring submissions from each category.

CFISD’s Mental Health Intervention Team promotes and supports the

mental health and well-being of students, families, staff and community

members through prevention, intervention and safety. Established during

the 2018-2019 school years by the Board of Trustees and Superintendent

Dr. Mark Henry, the MHIT is a collaborative and partnership among three

departments-Guidance and Counseling, Psychological Services and

the CFISD Police Department. The team is comprised of four licensed

professional counselors, two licensed psychologists and two mental

health police officers.

All nominations submitted through the third (Nov. 1, 2020 to Jan. 31,

2021) and fourth quarters (Feb. 1-April 30, 2021) will be considered for

recognition at the TxSSC School Safety Conference, to be held June 27-

July 1, 2021 in San Marcos.

STUDENTS EARN REGIONAL

2021 SCHOLASTIC ART & WRITING AWARDS

More than 250 CFISD students were among the numerous regional

winners from Harris County school districts in the 2021 Scholastic Art &

Writing Awards, hosted by the Harris County Department of Education

(HCDE).

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards provide student artists and writers

from grades 7-12 the opportunity to showcase their work for a national

audience and foster their careers. Students were recognized with Gold

Key, Silver Key and honorable mention awards. Of the total awards won

in Harris County, CFISD students won more than 300 awards. Art and

writing professionals, both local and national, volunteered to judge the

competition.

CFISD artists received 51 Gold Key awards and their work advanced to

the national competition. In addition, students were awarded 96 Silver

Key awards and 159 honorable mentions.

The complete list of Gold Key, Silver Key and honorable mention winners

can be found on our website: www.cfisd.net/en/news-media/district/

students-earn-regional-2021-scholastic-art-writing-awards.

CLASS OF 2021 GRADUATION DATES ANNOUNCED

CFISD has announced graduation dates for the 2020-2021 school year.

All graduation ceremonies will be held at the Berry Center (8877 Barker

Cypress Road). The graduation schedule is as follows:

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Cy-Fair - 8 PM

Friday, May 28, 2021

Cypress Creek - 8 PM

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Cypress Falls - 8 AM

Cypress Lakes - 8 PM

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Cypress Ranch - 8 PM

Monday, May 31, 2021

Cypress Ridge - 8 AM

Cypress Springs - 8 PM

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Cypress Woods - 8 PM

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Jersey Village - 8 PM

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Cypress Park - 8 PM

Friday, June 4, 2021

Bridgeland - 8 AM

Langham Creek - 8 PM

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