The Colonies Review
For Residents of Bradford Colony, Charlestown Colony, Concord Colony, Georgetown Colony One,
Georgetown Colony Two, Jamestown Colony, Langham Creek Colony and Yorktown Colony
AROUND THE COMMUNITY
FUN THINGS TO DO
FOR ALL OF THE COLONIES
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Bradford Colony I and II Board Members
Arturo Alcedo - Vice President
Harrison Guillory - Vice President
Pauline Dunglinson - Treasurer
Debbie Lowery - Secretary
PMG Management - 713-329-7100
11000 Corporate Centre Dr. #150 Houston, TX 77041
Roni Verrett, email@example.com 713-329-7100
Bradford Colony Section Three (BCS3) Board
Josh Murray - Director
Rebecca Borrello - Director
Tom Backham - Director
Theodora Daly (ACMP) 281-855-9867
Charlestown Colony Board of Directors
Alex Vargo, President
OPEN POSITION, Vice-President
Silverio Sanchez Secretary
Sharon Tipping, Treasurer 832-724-8901
Heather Palomo - Director 832-418-9020 firstname.lastname@example.org
Inframark - 2002 W Grand Parkway N, Suite 100 | Katy, Texas 77449
(O) 281-870-0585 | www.inframarkims.com
Concord Colony Board of Directors
Simona Rohlf – President
Jeanne Pressler – Vice President
Heather Perez – Treasurer
Lance Adams – Secretary
Barbara Luce - Director
Georgetown Colony I Board of Directors
Brian Rogers, President 281-861-5411
Anthony Flores, Vice President, Treasurer
Tom Dolan - Secretary
Architectural Review - BOD
DVR - OPEN
Yard of the Month - Theresa Caldwell
Newsletter - Theresa Caldwell
PMG Management - 11000 Corporate Centre Dr. #150 Houston, TX 77041
Robin Gard - Mgr Rgard@pmghouston.com 713-329-7133
Georgetown Colony II Board of Directors
Bruce Medley, President
Richard Barbour, Vice President
Joe Garza, Treasurer
SCS Management Services, Inc.
Rita Havan/ Property Manager 281-500-7128
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IMPORTANT COMMUNITY NUMBERS
MUNICIPAL ULTILITY DISTRICT 102
Municipal Utility District 102 - 15300 Falmouth
MDS (Water) - District Operator,
Customer Service/Billing Inquiries - 281-290-6507
Service Dept (leaks, emergencies) 281-290-6503
Coats, Rose, Yale, Holm,
Ryman & Lee, P.C. - Legal Council - 713-651-0111
Assessments of Southwest -
Tax Assessor/Collector 713-482-0216
Harris County Sheriff Department - Security -
Cy-Fair School District Admin. 281-897-4000
Horne Elementary (K-5) 281-463-5954
Truitt Middle School (6-8) 281-856-1100
CyFalls High School 281-856-1000
Fire & Ambulance 713 466-6161 / 281-256-2266
Clay Rd. Courthouse Annex 281-463-2446
State Highway Dept. 713-802-5076
Animal Control 281-999-3191
Rape Crisis (24 hrs.) 713-528-7273
Suicide Prevention (24 hrs.) 713-228-1505
Battered Women & Children 713-528-5785
Car Share/Van Share 713-227-0003
Alcoholics Anonymous (24 hours) 713-686-6300
Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse 713-520-8620
Crisis Hotline (24 hours) 713 -228-1505
Harris Co. Children’s Protective
Services (24 hours) 713-394-4000
Poison Control (24 hours) 1-800-764-7661
Jamestown Colony Board Members
Jason Iken - President
Kelsey Heath - 1st VP
Larry Eggenberger- Treasurer
Steven Palmer - Secretary
Deby Carlin - Director
Wayne Modgling - Director
Erica Morgan, PMG email@example.com 713-239-7186
Yvonne Rodriguez, PMG Yrodriguez@pmghouston.com 713-329-7164
Langham Creek Colony Board of Directors
William Thielen- President 281-444-2016
Olivia Mirelli - Vice President 832-326-5261
Renee Hill, PMG firstname.lastname@example.org 713-329-7158
PMG Management - 713-329-7100
11000 Corporate Centre Dr. #150 Houston, TX 77041
Langham Creek Colony II
Langham Creek Colonies Tennis & Swim Assoc, Inc.
Langham Creek Colonies HOA #1
Langham Creek Colonies HOA #2
Genesis Property Management, Inc. 713-953-0808
Shannon Abernathy, PMG 713-329-7130
PMG Management - 713-329-7100
11000 Corporate Centre Dr. #150 Houston, TX 77041
The Colonies Recreation and Property Owners Association
Jason Iken, President (Jamestown)
Brenda Whiteman, Treasurer (Yorktown)
Brian Rogers, Secretary (Georgetown I)
Rick Barbour, Director (Georgetown II)
Jeanne Pressler, Director (Concord)
Debbie Lowery, Secretary (Bradford1&2)
Sharon Tipping, Director (Charlestown)
Alex Vargo, Director (Charlestown)
Terri Delaney, Director (Yorktown)
Simona Rohlf, Director (Concord) Simona.Rohlf@yahoo.com
Theodora Daly, SCMP, Inc. Property Management
For Pool Tags & Tennis Court Keys: Contact email@example.com - Appointment required
U. S. Post Office (Bear Creek) 1-800-275-8777
Center Point Gas 713-659-2111
To report gas leaks 713-659-3552
Reliant Energy 713-207-7777
Street Light Repair 713-207-2222
AT & T 713-237-7304
Street Repair 281-353-8424
Harris County Animal Control 281-999-3191
Humane Wildlife Removal 281-377-5335
Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation 713-468-8972
Bear Creek Library 281-550-0885
MTA Buses (Routes & Scheduling) 713-635-4000
Krenek Printing Company
281 463-8649 Fax# 281 463-2425
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Things to do
WARBIRD WEEKEND 2021
Labor Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday,
September 4 & 5, 2021 from 10 AM until 5 PM,
FRIENDSHIP IN MOTION
MODERN SQUARE DANCE
those big, old airplanes with the mighty round engines will be flying
again as the Commemorative Air Force’s Houston Wing presents its 2021
“Warbird Weekend” at Hangar B-5, West Houston Airport. Get up close
and feel the prop wash and hear the noise as radial engines power these
WWII aircraft. See some of the old planes your father, grandfather or
grandmother learned to fly for World War II.
A $20 admission fee per car earns you and your friends and family a day
of aircraft and military vehicle displays, WWII Museum exhibits and fun.
See the Houston Wing’s Lockheed C-60 paratroop transport, the Navy’s
Primary Trainer (N3N), the Army Air Corps Primary (PT-19 presently
undergoing major restoration), Basic (BT-13) and Advanced (AT-6)
trainers, the CAF’s B-25 from the “Devil Dog” Squadron, TORA,TORA,TORA
Airshow aircraft, the rare P-63 Kingcobra fighter (currently the only
F-model flying today), P-51 “Glamorous Glenn III” as well as other CAF
and privately owned aircraft. Talk to the pilots who flew them then and
fly them now. West Houston Airport is located at 18000 Groschke Rd., 2
miles north of 1-10 and between Hwy. 6 and Barker Cypress.
Warbird rides will also be available for purchase. You can book in advance
by calling 281-579-2131. Food, drinks and souvenirs will be available.
Come on out and honor the Greatest Generation of America. The
Commemorative Air Force, Houston Wing is an all-volunteer, non-profit
501(c)3 national patriotic organization whose membership includes
people from all backgrounds sharing an interest in aviation and history.
For more information, please visit www.HoustonWing.org or to purchase
advanced tickets, please go to https://caf-houston-wing-warbirdweekend.ticketleap.com.
CY-FAIR WOMEN’S CLUB
SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP
SEPTEMBER 11 TH , 9 AM-5 PM
Save the date in-person event: Cy-fair Women’s Club presents their
annual fundraiser “Shop ‘til you drop.” The Berry Center - 8877 Barker
Cypress Road, www.cyfairwomensclub.org.
ABUSE PROGRAM -
PDASH 5K FUN RUN
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2021
Bear Creek Park • 8 AM check in • 9-11 AM
Get off your couch and escape from Zoom while you discover the best
secret in town! Modern Square Dance is the perfect way to get exercise
while making new friends! No prior dancing experience is needed. An
Introduction to Modern Square Dance is being sponsored by the Hey
Lollies Square Dance Club. It’s a free night filled with fun, food and
Thursday, September 16 th at 7:30 PM
Ascension Episcopal Church
2525 Seagler Rd, Houston 77042
Dress cool and casual and be prepared for great fun! For more information,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.heylollies.org.
2021 WALK TO END
The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is on Saturday,
September 25, 2021 at 8:30 AM at La Centerra Shopping Mall in Katy, Texas.
Registration will begin at 7 AM. Ceremony will be at 8 AM. The Alzheimer’s
Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is moving forward with plans to host the
event in person this fall.
The health and safety of participants, volunteers and staff remain the
Association’s top priorities while continuing to monitor the pandemic and
make decisions about event details in local communities. While planning to
gather in person, the Alzheimer’s Association will continue to offer options to
participate in Walk to End Alzheimer’s online and in neighborhoods across the
country. To register and receive the latest updates on this year’s Walk to End
Alzheimer’s, visit: alz.org/walk.
FALL FESTIVAL &
OCTOBER 2, 2021, 9 AM TILL 3 PM
5373 Franz Road, Katy, Texas 77449
Free Admission!!!! Shopping, Children’s Activities, Petting Zoo and food! Bring
the entire family and friends for a fun filled day! Vendors contact Mary @
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FUN WITH A PURPOSE
PICK-A-DILLY CRAFT FAIR
OCTOBER 16 TH , 9 AM-4 PM
Looking for fun activities with a purpose this fall? Two new events, the
Mental Health Heroes Classic Golf Tournament and the Play It Forward
Casino Royale, will take place in Northwest Houston this fall. Proceeds
from these events will benefit Shield Bearer Counseling Centers and
directly fund counseling services and programs for local residents in
The Mental Health Heroes Classic will be held October 6, 2021, from 1-7
PM at Gleannloch Pines Golf Club in Spring, TX. Sponsored by Katherine
Lee, Prosody Consulting and Rick Skinner of Edward Jones, this shotgun
start tournament will feature a $50,000 prize hole in one competition.
Sponsorships and teams are limited and forming now at https://
The Play It Forward Casino Royale will be held November 13, 2021, from
7-11 PM at Mia Bella Events & Receptions near Tomball, TX. This event
is the perfect chic cocktail party, complete with casino games, fabulous
food and drinks and a James Bond vibe. Come see and be seen! Tickets
and sponsorship details are available online https://shieldbearer.
For more information about Shield Bearer, a local nonprofit that provides
professional counseling, community programs and training, visit
shieldbearer.org, call 281-894-7222.
ART FESTIVAL DOWNTOWN
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9-10, 2021
The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), the producer of Bayou City Art
Festival, will welcome artists, patrons and supporters back for Houston’s
signature art event. The in-person festival, Bayou City Art Festival
Downtown, will be held in Downtown Houston, along Allen Parkway and
Sam Houston Park, on Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10, 2021, 10
AM-6 PM. Bayou City Art Festival will spotlight the festival’s featured artist
McKenzie Fisk, a painter from Los Angeles, as it transforms the streets of
Downtown into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture.
As one of the top art festivals in the country, the weekend event will
provide patrons with the opportunity to personally meet artists, view
original works and purchase artwork from 19 art disciplines including
world-class paintings, prints, jewelry, sculptures and more. The festival
will feature live music, food trucks and beverage stations throughout the
festival along with two entertainment stages and art installations. Guests
will enjoy Houston’s skyline views while enjoying the festival’s wine garden,
craft beer garden and Art Bar. In the Active Imagination Zone, the festival’s
nonprofit partners will host hands-on art activities for all ages.
A portion of the proceeds from Bayou City Art Festival Downtown will
benefit the festival’s nonprofit partners including Artists For Artists, Fresh
Arts, Houston SPCA, Warriors In Art, Orange Show For Visionary Art and
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Online early bird tickets will soon be available at www.bayoucityartfestival.
com for $15 for adults; $5 for children 6-12; and children five and under
are free. Adult tickets purchased after September 24, 2021, are $18.
Online pre-purchased tickets are required to enter the festival. Tickets
will not be sold at the gate and can only be purchased online.
The Pick-A-Dilly Craft Fair comes just in time for Halloween, Thanksgiving
and Christmas for all your holiday needs! Join us on October 16 th from
9 AM-4 PM at St. Peter’s UMC, 20775 Kingsland Blvd., Katy, TX 77450.
Find gifts for loved ones or something special for yourself! Proceeds
from Pick-a-dilly Craft Fair and the Silent Auction will benefit St. Peter’s
United Methodist Church Missions, which partners with many nonprofit
organizations in the Katy community. We hope to see you there!
THE JUDY DIERKER
OCTOBER 22 ND -23 RD , 9 AM-4 PM
SHOP OVER 80 Vendors
Free Admission - Rain or Shine
hosted by The Foundry Church
8350 Jones Road, Houston 77065
The event proceeds will provide funds for charitable organizations of Cy-
Hope, Backyard Crew, Mission of Yahweh, Cypress Assistance Ministries
and Cy-Fair Helping Hands.
HOLIDAY MARKET DATE SET!
It’s Holiday Shopping Time! The Ladies Auxiliary from St. Elizabeth Ann
Seton is holding their annual Gingerbread Village Holiday Market on
October 23, 2021! It is held at 6646 Addicks Satsuma Road, Houston,
TX 77086. The event opens at 9 AM and continues until 4 PM. Admission
is free! Arts, crafts, unique products and many, many more items will
be featured. Get a head start on your holiday shopping all in one place!
A wonderful lunch menu will be offered including barbecue pork
sandwiches, baked potatoes, etc. Come join the fun!
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2021 (9AM-4 PM)
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2021 (10 AM-4 PM)
Indoors-Air Conditioned Hall
Sponsored by the American Legion Post 200
330 Legion Road, Wallis, Texas
Hamburgers and chopped BBQ on Bun • Desserts and Drinks
$1 Admission - Hourly Door Prizes
For more information call 281-743-3678 or email email@example.com
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FOR ALL OF THE COLONIES - HELPFUL INFORMATION
HELP HORNE ELEMENTARY!
An easy way to help our school is to turn trash into
cash. Horne Elementary participates in the Box Tops
for Education program. Some of the grocery items we
use have Box Tops on them. Each Box Top is worth 10
cents for the school. You would pick up a dime on street
- so cut out the Box Tops and donate to Horne! You can
find the Box Tops logo on hundreds of products like
Cheerios®, Hamburger Helper® and Kleenex®, in almost
every aisle of the store. To donate the Box Tops, simply
bring them to the reception desk at Horne or give them
to a family with children who attend Horne. Let’s collect
them all year long and give Horne a big boost to start
the new school year!
GOOD NEIGHBOR DAY
SEPTEMBER 28 TH
Neighbors are an integral part of our social lives -
whether at home or at work. Good Neighbor Day on
September 28th is an annual holiday that promotes
neighborliness and niceness towards people who
How to Celebrate?
• Be nice to your neighbor - at home or elsewhere.
• If you don’t know your neighbors well, maybe today
is your chance to go up to them and strike up a
• Bake some goodies and share them with your
neighbors. Bring them to work for your work neighbors.
• Invite your neighbors to your home for a meal.
Did You Know…
…that the word neighbor comes from the Old English
word neahgebur, where neah means near and gebur
On September 28th, National Good Neighbor Day is
celebrated. This annual holiday was first proclaimed
by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. Mrs. Becky Mattson
from Lakeside, Montana came up with the idea of a
national holiday recognizing the importance of good
neighbors in 1971. In 1978, U.S. President Jimmy Carter
announced the creation of a national day aimed at
raising public awareness that good neighbors help
achieve human understanding and build strong,
thriving communities. Since then, National Good
Neighbor Day has been acknowledged by various
levels of government and is celebrated every year. The
holiday was originally celebrated on the fourth Sunday
in September, but in 2003 its date was changed to
September 28th. On this day, Nextdoor.com, a social
network for neighborhoods, announces the recipients
of Nextdoor’s Good Neighbor Award. Everyone can
nominate a neighbor or a group of neighbors by
writing a short story about what they have done to
help their local community and make it a better place.
National Good Neighbor Day is the perfect occasion to
honor the people who make significant contributions
to creating safer neighborhoods and stronger
communities across the United States.
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.
CODE KEY: B - BABYSITTING, CPR - CPR CERT., FAC - FIRST AID CERT., RCC - RED CROSS CERT., SS - SAFE
SITTER, SL - SWIM LESSONS, PP - PET/PLANT SITTER, P - PET CARE ONLY, H - HOUSE CARE, L - LAWN
CARE, C- CAR CARE/DETAILING, T - TUTORING
TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS
NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE
HOMES CURRENTLY FOR SALE OR HAVE SALES PENDING
Yorktown 3 2 1
Concord 6 1* 2 3
Jamestown 2 2
Charlestown 7 1 1 1 2 2
Georgetown 4 1 2 1
Savannah 2 1 1
SOLD in the Last Three Months
Bradford 3 1 2
Yorktown 3 1 1 1
Concord 7 1 3 3
Jamestown 3 3
Charlestown 1 1
Georgetown 4 1 1 2
Savannah 2 1 1
* Less than $160k Submitted by Cydney Parker, Realtor
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COLONIES - NEWS
BRADFORD COLONY 1 & 2
(BC1&2) NEWS FROM THE BOARD
HOME IMPROVEMENTS - ACC REQUESTS: Please note that all exterior
home improvements (including replacing fences) must be approved by the
Board prior to beginning the work. The Architectural Review Request form
can be downloaded in TownSq. Please complete the form and submit it to our
manager. Just creating a message is not sufficient to meet the requirement.
We need to have a completed form, which provides detail information on
the improvement(s) for Committee to review and store as official record. You
will be notified of the decision in less than 30 days and most cases it takes
a lot shorter time than that if compete information is provided in the initial
request, such as color sample, detail location.
OUR OFFICIAL ONLINE COMMMUNICATION WEBSITE: TownSq is our
official site https://app.townsq.io/associa/. You can sign up using you your
account number with PMG, our management company. If you need to get it,
please call them and they can provide that to you or it will be on your 2021
assessment invoice. This is the best way to check your account balance, ask
questions regarding your balance, deed violations, ACC request status etc…
You will also find our by-laws and deed restrictions document there.
SAVING ENERGY COST: With continuous almost triple digit temperatures in
August and even September, we can all implement some simple ways to save
on energy cost. Several ways to lower your energy cost include: install motion
light sensor and dimmer to conserve light energy when you don’t need it;
• unplug appliances when you are not using it, appliances drained energy
even when they are turned off. • Use less heat in lowering base temperature
of water heater during summer months; • check HVAC filters every month
and change/clean them as needed; • wash clothes with cold or warm water
instead of hot; • turn off heated drying cycle on your dish washer, this lower
energy use and heat up the house less; • consider a programmable thermostat
so that you don’t have to keep changing and resetting the a/c temperature; •
and check caulking and weather stripping to doors and windows.
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• Panel Upgrade / Replacement
• Ceiling Fan Installation
• Smoke Detectors
• Indoor/Outdoor Lighting
• Surge Protection
• Flat Screen TV Installation
• Recessed Lighting
• Code Compliance
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MONTHLY MEETING: Our monthly meetings is held on 2 nd Tuesday every
month at 7 PM. We have been holding the meetings via conference calls. If you
have registered in TownSq, you would have received email notification every
month on phone number to join the call. Next meetings will be held on 9/14/21
and 10/12/21. The Board welcomes our residents and homeowners to come
and give feedbacks and discussions, let us know your interests and things we
can all do together to make our community a more pleasant place to live in.
BRADFORD COLONY SECTION 3
GARAGE SALES: At present, there are no plans to have a neighborhood wide
garage sale for BCS3 this year. But the Bylaws allow for individual residents
to have up to four garage sales per year.If you are interested in having your
own garage sale, please contact any Board member to let them know you are
planning to do this. Thank you for your cooperation as to this issue.
CONTACT THE BOARD: As is the case with everything in our small
neighborhood, every resident should feel free to contact any Board member
as to any issue or question that you have about BCS3. Contact information for
all the Board members is located inside of this publication.
(CHC) NOTES FROM THE BOARD
HAPPY LABOR DAY! Now that school has started, please be cognizant of our
Charlestown Colony children. Please slow down when driving through our
subdivision and if you have multiple cars, park these cars in your driveway, if possible,
to allow easy access for school bus routes. There have been multiple reports of
residents coming close to getting into accidents due to all the cars on the streets.
CHARLESTOWN COLONY IS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. If you receive a
deed violation letter, please work quickly to resolve any home repair issues.
The new management company will be enforcing our deed restrictions to the
fullest extent allowed on a consistent basis.
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COMMUNICATIONS: Communications: The Associations will have the
Inframark IMS TownSquare website and downloadable app that will become
the Charlestown Colony Association’s official news channel for information,
meeting notices and announcements. The site is password protected and
will host all governing documents, policies and forms. Residents will have
access to their own Resident Portal to their Association account history, make
payments online, see open deed compliance items, set their account profile
to receive Association information via email, app or text, along with other
options. Customer Care: Inframark supports a team of trained personnel
in the Customer Care department. They are available from 7:30 AM to 6
PM by phone, email or live chat from the www.inframarkims.com website.
Customer Care can answer general questions, make notations on your
account or transfer your call to the relevant department, such as Architectural
Modifications or Accounting.
ANNUAL HOA DUES: Thank you to all who have paid your HOA dues! If HOA
dues have not been paid yet, expect a certified letter with penalties. In order
to avoid additional costs and fees, there are several options to make HOA
payments. As of February 1 st , unpaid annual dues are considered delinquent
and subject to late fees and penalties. Our management company has new
policies and procedures in place to collect on past due HOA assessments.
If these have not been paid yet, please make every effort to pay or make a
payment arrangement. The Board worked diligently to maintain our HOA
dues although the neighborhood incurred additional expenses caused by
the Artic Blast. There are several payment options available.
CHARLESTOWN COLONY PARK: PLEASE CONTACT THE BOARD OR
INFRAMARK IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION. Our community park is
enjoyed by many of the residents and their family members! Especially, now
as we are starting to turn the COVID 19 corner. It has bounced back since
the days of Hurricane Harvey! Let’s keep it looking amazing! There have been
reports of trash and debris in the park where the trashcans were overflowing
which is an eye sore for the residents living around the park. Please remember
to pick up after ourselves. If you are using the park’s trash can as a personal
trash bin, please stop it and use your own trash cans.
PARKED CARS ON STREETS CLOSE STOP SIGNS, COMMERCIAL
VEHICLES & TRAILERS: We are still seeing cars parked on the street close
to stop signs which becomes very dangerous for drivers to maneuver around
oncoming traffic. Please park cars safely on the streets to avoid accidents. We
love our residents and do not want to see anyone injured.
• There are several community parking areas around the park and patio homes
in the front of our subdivision. Please do not park there longer necessary.
Please be cognizant of our neighbors. If you haven’t seen tow signs already,
these will be posted soon. Cars parked in Charlestown Colony community
parking spots longer than necessary will be towed at the owner’s expense.
• It is a violation of our deed restrictions to park commercial vehicles, trailers,
etc. in public view for an excessive amount of time. The number of hours
these vehicles can be parked on the street is limited. Please refer to our deed
restrictions. Harris County will be conducting a traffic study in our area to
determine where street tow signs will be posted.
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OUR FURRY FAMILY MEMBERS: There have been several complaints about
dogs not being on a leash when being walked and pet owners not picking up
after their animal does their “business.” Please be mindful and respectful of
our neighbors and common areas such as the park and pick up after your pets.
There continues to be a noticeable number of lost and found pets posted on
the Nextdoor Ap. Please secure the furry family members by replacing broken
fencing or other measures of security for our loving pets.
HOME RENOVATION PROJECTS: It has been 4 years since Harvey devastated
Houston and for those who are still working on repairs, please be conscious of
our deed restrictions. The Architectural Review form is required to complete
exterior projects such as replacing fences, exterior painting and pretty much
any other exterior project attached to the home that can be viewed from the
street. The Architectural form can be obtained from Inframark. We have all
endured a lot due to the blast and Hurricane Harvey and have probably filled
out enough forms over the last few arctic months to last a lifetime. However,
this form is just another step in the renovation process and keeping the
project on track. Our deed restrictions have these forms in place to maintain
the appearance of Charlestown Colony. If exterior projects are completed
without consent, the homeowner could be subject to make changes such as
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e-painting the house all over again which is costly and time consuming. Most
of the Architectural Review forms can be processed within 10 business days,
but it could take up to 30 days. If it is urgent, please indicate that on the form
and include a phone number. Inframark may be able to offer a verbal, “yes” to
get the project started while the form is being processed. https://inframarkims.
DEBRIS REMOVAL & DEED RESTRICTION VIOLATIONS: It is the
homeowner’s responsibility to remove trash and debris from the front of their
home. If more time is needed for repairs, the HOA Board and management
company will review these on a case-by-case basis. Please reach out to the
GOT THE NEXTDOOR APP? https://nextdoor.com/
It only takes a few minutes to sign up and it helps keep everyone informed on
current events in our area. If you see something, say something, because we
are our best defense against crime and retaining our home values!
REPORT: Park Lights that are not working properly • Safety issues in common
areas • Suspicious activity • Abandoned Houses • Homes where recovery
efforts have not begun • Other Violations of our Deed Restrictions
(CC) CONCORD COLONY REVIEW
We’d like to wish all our returning students a wonderful 2022 school year!
Make it a September to remember! We are currently embark on the last few
months of 2021 and this year is the 20 th anniversary of 9/11. May we honor the
memories of those lost, reflect on the unfathomable wound to our humanity,
grieve for the communities lost and embrace those who survived. May we
honor those who came to the rescue when all hope was lost and the families
left behind who had to rebuild. Gone but not forgotten.
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UPCOMING EVENTS: FREE LITTLE LIBRARY! Our neighborhood is getting its
very first FREE LITTLE LIBRARY. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony where
we can bring books to donate and swap as well as popsicles - “take a book
leave a book” as the idea. It is not limited to children’s books, all books are
welcomed! Concord Colony’s free little library will be installed in front of the
park on Allerton St. Dates and time for a “grand opening” will be announced
closer to completion of the library via Townsquare/ Nextdoor.
National Night out will be held October 5 th in our community park, keep an
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CONGRATULATIONS YARD OF THE MONTH WINNER: Congratulations
to our September winner of the Yard of the Month! THANK YOU for keeping
your yard and our community beautiful! Yard of the Month is always and only
announced on TownSquare for privacy reasons.
MONTHLY MEETINGS: Our monthly HOA meetings are held virtually via
ZOOM on the 2 nd Tuesday of every month at 7 PM. Details are always and only
shared on TownSquare website/app. Signs are also placed at the entrance/
exit of our neighborhood as well as a reminder on Nextdoor.com. There is
a call in option for those who do not have ZOOM capabilities. We do have
intentions of going back to in person meetings one day.
SE HABLA ESPAÑOL: Si necesita asistencia en español comuníquese con la
COMMUNICATION: If you SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING. Please call our
local Deputies nonemergency number if you see suspicious activity, theft, a
vehicle parked for an extended period of time or anything that does seem
right. There is no such thing as a nuisance call. Please see page 2 for all
important community numbers.
• Communication is “sending, giving or exchanging information and ideas.
“Community” and “communication” have the same root word, which means
a coming together. So it makes sense that good communication can lead to
• Please RESPOND to violations if you think they are being mishandled / or if
more time is needed.
• Have you noticed all the new neighbors that have joined Concord Colony?!
One easy way to make friends and build a community is by introducing
yourself to new neighbors that have moved in or that you see on your walk.
“We work as unto
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• Rooms Additions • Complete Renovations • Patio Covers
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* Did you know our community is on FB, Nextdoor and TownSquare? FB-
Concord Colony Community, on Nextdoor they will want you to verify
your address and to have a profile on TownSqaure you should contact
management (page 2).
DID YOU KNOW? There have been more neighbors taking notice of suspicious
activity and calling the Deputies office (see page 2). We are ever grateful to
those who keep an eye out for their fellow neighbors and neighborhood. IF
YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING.
• Making sure your home is visible at night is a VERY EASY WAY to avoid
unwanted “visitors.” Keeping your front porch light, garage light, flood lights
and back yard well lit is the best deterrent.
• Switching to LED light bulbs that use much less energy and can keep your
electric bill down.
• Using timers and apps from your phone can also help cut costs on your
• Making sure your home isn’t inviting to strangers is key. LOCK YOUR DOORS,
TURN OUTDOOR LIGHTS ON, TRIM YOUR HEDGES AND KEEP WINDOWS
VISIBLE FROM THE STREET, CLOSE YOUR GATE, LOCK YOUR CAR. All these little
things can ad up to a safer home and neighborhood.
• Thank you for looking out for your neighbors and our neighborhood - it
takes a village.
GEORGETOWN COLONY I
(GC1) NEWS FROM THE BOARD
DEED RESTRICTIONS: Please refer to our deed restrictions to avoid
violations and fees. Here are a few to avoid: RV’s, trailers, commercial vehicles
parked for an excessive amount of time in public view, growing agricultural,
like corn in public view, parking vehicles on your lawn, etc... Deed restrictions
will be enforced
SCHOOL IS IN SESSION: Everyone can do their part to keep kids safe
and sound on their way to school. Whether you are driving through the
neighborhood on your way to work or dropping your child off at the bus stop,
it is always good to be on alert for small children. Have a happy school year!
GARAGE AND YARD SALES: There is no City of Houston “garage sale permit.”
The Office of the State Comptroller regulates sales of this type. Residents are
allowed to have only two such sales within a twelve-month period. Any more
than two and the resident is recognized as a business and must obtain a sales
tax permit from the state.
YARD OF THE MONTH: Congratulations to homeowner Ronnie and Peggy
Escobedo for earning the “Yard of the Month.” Your hard work in maintaining
a manicured lawn and sprucing it up with springtime flowers paid off. You will
be the envy of your neighbors for a whole month.
HURRICANE SEASON: Hurricane season officially began June 1 st and ends
on November 30 th . Always be prepared by staying informed, planning and
taking action. Visit www.ready.gov/hurricanes for tips on preparing this
season. Do not forget, FEMA offers flood insurance to assist homeowners
recovering from water ingress. You can check with your homeowner’s
insurance agent for details.
VACATION WATCH: Did you know you can request a deputy to drive by and
check on your house during your vacation? Check out the Vacation Watch
Program here: https://bit.ly/2IfzXPo and submit a request.
THE COLONIES RECREATION CENTER: Georgetown Colony residents
are Class B members of the Colonies Recreation center and privileged with
membership at the facility, which includes free access to use the park and
BBQ pits, new children’s playground and tennis courts within designated
operating hours. Note: A portion of your HOA fees already pays for these
HOME IMPROVEMENTS: Fall Spruce ups? Please submit an Architectural
Review and Approval Form for those home improvement projects impacting
the appearance of your home as seen from street view. Examples include new
roof, exterior paint, fence, outdoor home additions, landscaping, etc. All forms
will be reviewed by the HOA Board of Directors to ensure the improvements
comply with GEO1 bylaws and deed restrictions at the monthly meeting.
STRAY CATS: To prevent an overpopulation of stray cats, please consider
spay/neutering your pets. Cats with clipped ears are part of the feral
community program and cannot be removed from their environment. TNR is
an approved method of feral or homeless cat population control by trapping,
neutering and releasing. If you need assistance with spay/neutering feral cats
in your area, please contact Theresa Caldwell at theresacaldwell10@yahoo.
com or 832-489.8222. All cats will Only be spayed and neutered and returned
to their environment.
KEEPING OUR NEIGHBORHOOD SAFE: Georgetown Colony I supports our
Harris County Sheriff patrol and contract deputies keeping our neighborhood
safe. Be vigilant and report suspicious activity, by calling please the Sheriff’s
Department, non-emergency line 713-221-6000.
GEORGETOWN COLONY II
DEED RESTRICTIONS: We want to thank all of the homeowners in GCII who
take the time and expense to keep their property maintained! It shows
pride in your ownership and it keeps all of our property values up! Before
doing home improvements, please submit an Architectural Review Form to
the Board for approval prior beginning any exterior work. The forms may be
obtained from SCS Management at www.scsmngt.com or 281-463-1777.
REMINDERS FROM BOARD: Please remember that Georgetown Colony II
homeowners must fill out ACC forms for improvements to houses.
All drivers need to slow down children at play in our neighborhood.
JAMESTOWN COLONY NEWS
(JC) NEWS FROM THE BOARD
MONTHLY HOA MEETINGS: Monthly HOA meeting will continue to be held
on the 3 rd Tuesday of the month. Location will be broadcast via Townsq.io.
Your input is very welcomed as the board works to complete projects for 2021
including Perimeter Fence, Phase II of the entrance / park landscaping and
consolidation / upgrading of governing documents.
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT: Make plans to attend the Annual National Night Out
on October 5, 2021 at the Section I and III Park. Meeting your neighbors and
enjoy some food and refreshments. 6-8 PM. Details to follow on Townsq.IO
NEIGHBORHOOD SOCIAL: With restrictions lifting - The Social Committee
will be having Neighbor Night Out at the Section I Park on 3 rd Friday of the
Month. Bring your favorite beverage, Snack, Chair and Kids and visit with
other Jamestown Residents.
ASSOCIA / PMG CONTACT INFORMATION: If you need immediate assistance
regarding concerns with the Neighborhood, please contact Associa / PGM
representatives Yvonne Rodriguez 713-329-7164 or Erica Morgan 713-329-
7186. If during non-business hours, please leave a message.
VISIT US AT WWW.TOWNSQ.IO: For Jamestown Colony notifications and
information. Please contact Erica Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org if
you have questions on your account setup ** The Board is looking for your
input, please use the TownSq application to share your thoughts on how you
want us to proceed.
TRASH COLLECTION: Trash collected Monday and Thursday. Heavy Trash
(two heavy items per service day). Recycle Mondays.
LANGHAM CREEK COLONY
(LCC) LANGHAM CREEK COLONY
If you have any special needs or questions concerning your assessment
statement, call Principal Management Group at 713-329-7100.
YARD OF THE MONTH: The winner for the month of August was 15110
Mulberry Meadows. This is one of the most relaxing front yards of the
neighborhood. A sweeping large oak hovers over a manicured lawn and
raised planter with ferns. The sere, inviting front porch almost invites a
relaxing visit on a porch bench. The Yard of the Month winner receives a $50
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gift card from Home Depot. You have one more month to get out and make a
difference. Happy planting for fall.
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE: Our next community garage sale will be
September 24 th and 25 th . After a long summer, I’m sure most everyone has
things they have weeded from their homes. Let’s have a great sale.
SECURITY CONCERNS: If you hear unusual noises outside your home late
at night, PLEASE do not go outside to investigate. We do not recommend
investigating alone in the dark. Call 911 and let the police check out the
problem. Your life is more important than someone getting into your vehicle
or trespassing. Lock your car doors and remove valuable items. Please file
police reports even if nothing was stolen. This will help show HCSD how
serious this problem is.
BE SAFE: If you see something, say something. Call the sheriff’s department,
713-221-6000. The officers that patrol our neighborhood are contracted by
us and are here to protect us and our property. They have no concern of your
immigration status, so please call the sheriff’s department. Lock your car
doors and take your valuables out of your car.
MUD 102: Stay informed with the MUD District and sign up with www.
hcmud102.org to receive emails.
HOA DUES REMINDER: If you have not paid your HOA dues, the account
has begun accruing late fees. If you owe the association money, please
contact Shannon with the management company at 713-329-7130 to set up
a payment plan.
ARCHITECTURAL AND MODIFICATION REVIEW: Please remember when
you are making modification to the exterior of or home and or your property
you must submit an application for approval before the work begins. To
submit a request, log in on pmghouston.com website using My Account.
On the top left side, you will click on Services and Amenities and then click
Architectural Review. There you can submit a request.
For fabor, alludanos a conservar limpia nuestra colonia.rebisa, el frente y lado
de tu casa, recoje los botes de basura, no, dejes cosas que se miran mal; en tu
patio aci, bamos a evitar las cartas de h.o.a. muchas gracias. Juntos acemos la
Management Company, the contact is Shannon Abernathy 713-329-7130
SE HABLA ESPAÑOLA: Spanish Speaking Board Member Contacts is; Martha
HAVE YOU LIKED US YET ON FACEBOOK? Yorktown Colony now has
a Facebook, www.facebook.com/YorktownColonyNeighborhood. This is
to keep each other informed on events and happenings going on in the
neighborhood. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated. If anyone has
anything they would like see on the site please let us know.
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