|Swimming Pools Update|
AT LEAST ONE OF OUR
WILL OPEN JUNE 1, 2020
POOL WRISTBAND PICK-UP DATES
The HPCA office will be open for
WRISTBAND PICK-UP ONLY
beginning next Tuesday from
10:00am - 4:00pm on the following days:
Tuesday, May 26
Wednesday, May 27
Thursday, May 28
Friday, May 29
For the months of June and July,
wristbands may be picked up on
Tuesdays and Thursdays only
from 10:00am - 4:00pm
For the continued safety of our residents and the HPCA staff, new procedures have been created for the pool season. Please review all of the information on the "Swimming Pools 2020" section of this website for complete details. Feel free to call HPCA at 281-463-1216 or email hpca@bearcreeknetwork if you have any questions.
HPCA hopes to maintain a normal pool schedule throughout the summer but this will be subject to any change in state and local COVID19 regulations.
|Tennis Courts are Now Open ...|
The neighborhood tennis courts, located at the HPCA Community Center (4503 Hickory Downs Drive) have been reopened as of April 29th. The following social distancing conditions must be strictly adhered to for the safety of all residents:
|HPCA OFFICES CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC|
RESIDENTS: E-check and credit card payments can be made online by clicking on the link below. You will need your account number, which is listed on any statement you receive from HPCA. For further assistance, call the office at 281.463.1216 during regular business hours.
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL REMINDER: All exterior changes, including roofing, painting, structural additions, etc. to your home must be submitted to the HPCA office for review and approval. The turnaround time for approval is very quick. In many cases you can submit things like paint colors and roof style/materials via email for the fastest response. Reminder - fence pickets can be no higher than 6 feet with a 6 inch rot board. (Refer to Public Document - Deed Restrictions - Any Section - DR#12 - Page 3)
Please complete the Architectural Review Application and email to ACC@BearCreekNetwork for consideration. (If this document is opened in Adobe Reader – a free app – it can be completed online, saved, and emailed directly to HPCA.)
The Architectural Control Committee will answer your request as soon as possible. A few notes:
ROOF REPLACEMENT - Must be at least a 30 year, dimensional, architectural design shingle (Metal roofs will be considered.)
EXTERIOR PAINT - Color choices for house and trim must be listed by manufacturer and exact color number.
FENCE repair – 6 foot maximum picket; may also have a 6” rot board (If you are requesting to move your fence line, please include a detailed drawing.)
UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFO: Please call the HPCA office, 281-463-1216, or email firstname.lastname@example.org if your preferred mailing address or contact information has changed. If you'd simply need to change the email address used to send out our email notices, log in to your BearCreekNetwork.org account and make sure it is up to date. This info is not available to the public.
HPCA Board Meeting
Thursday, June 11th, 6:30 at the HPCA Community Center
Please join us!
July 4th Parade
Saturday, July 4th
Community Pride Shines as we cheer along the parade route. Details to come.
|Harris County Animal Cruelty Taskforce|
If you ever need to report a case of animal cruelty or neglect, there is a new resource: Harris County Animal Cruelty Taskforce. The taskforce was formed with the primary goal of streamlining the process of where and how animal cruelty can be reported in the Greater Houston Area. Call 832-927-PAWS to report or go their website and fill out the form provided. The website has important information on how to respond if/when you witness animal cruelty.
|News of Note|
NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCES: Many questions you have concerning the neighborhood, trash service, street lights, security, etc., are answered here on our websiteby going to the FAQ section of this website. Residents may also email our office staff at email@example.com.
SECURITY: Always call constable dispatch at 281-463-6666 concerning any suspicious activity you see. Do not wait. If you want to also report it to the HPCA office, always call constable dispatch first.
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
HHW Info Hotline: 281.560.6200 (Español: 281.560.6232)
Click here to see what qualifies as HHW.
How to drop off your HHW items:
Harris County provides free disposal of HHW at the following location:
6900 Hahl Road (290 & North Gessner - less that 10 miles from BCV)
Every Wednesday - 9AM - 3PM
Second Saturday of each month: 9 AM - 2 PM
For additional dates and holiday closures, go to: Harris County Engineering
QUICK LINKS for UPDATES ...
Water District 281.375.5978
Residential Trash Service 281.368.8397
|WCA Coronavirus Update|
in Bear Creek Village
RESUMES TUESDAY APRIL 21, 2020!
WCA has taken the recommended health and safety precautions in response to the Coronavirus epidemic and will continue to do so. WCA will keep BCV informed of any future developments that affect your service.
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Effective March 17, 2020
COVID-19 IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION
WCA IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS WITH SOME BACK OFFICE
MODIFICATONS IN PLACE TO PROTECT
OUR EMPLOYEES AND OUR CUSTOMERS.
WCA is closely following the recommendations of the CDC on social distance, travel bans, school closures, quarantines and event cancellations. As such, we’ve decided to modify our front office operations in order to protect employees and minimize the risk to spread COVID-19 to our customers.
WCA will take the following precautionary measures: Effective March 17, 2020 non-essential WCA employees will telecommute, or work from home to follow the CDC recommendation of social spacing:
Next steps for our customers: Monitor our Facebook and COVID-19 pages for updates
WCA will continue to serve your community as always. However, we want to make sure you are aware that our regular trash service will continue but you may see delays. We have developed business continuity plans that will remedy any foreseeable business challenges that may occur.
We appreciate the flexibility of our employees and the understanding of our customers during this unprecedented situation. We will provide updates as they come available, please check back to our website.
For questions, call or email customer service:
|Trash Pickup Notice|
TRASH PICKUP SCHEDULE
TUESDAY - Household waste, heavy trash & recycling
FRIDAYS - Household waste & heavy trash
TRASH CANS MUST BE STORED OUT OF VIEW
ON NON-PICKUP DAYS.
Polycarts should be placed at the curb facing the street by 7AM on service days.
WCA is our trash provider. Service is set up through WCA and fees are directly paid to WCA by each resident household. To renew or begin service, call WCA at 281-368-8397. All service and billing questions should be directed to this number.
Please pay your account balance at least two weeks before the deadline in order for your stickers to arrive in the mail before the first day of the new quarter. WCA allows a 7-day grace period into the new quarter.
WCA operates a sticker program. You must have the appropriate colored sticker for both your blue polycart and your recycling bin. A current stickered polycart must be placed at the curb in order for yard debris or heavy trash to be picked up. Every quarter, after your bill has been paid a different color sticker will be mailed to you. Put the sticker on the front left side of the your large polycart.
CHANGES TO SERVICE
Heavy trash is limited to two (2) items per service day.
Depending on the total neighborhood yard waste volume for the day, WCA may have to limit the number of yard bags picked up. Please put as many yard waste bags as possible in your blue polycart. Your tree service provider should remove all trunks and branches. Smaller trees and bushes should be bundled in 4 foot lengths for WCA pickup.
Concerning recycling materials: all items must be rinsed and dry and loose in the gray polycart. Do not bag recycle materials, and do not recycle glass or pizza boxes.
For more details about recycling, please go to the WCA website: WCA Acceptable Recycling Materials.
Please store your polycarts out of public view except on days of service to avoid deed restriction violations and the possibility of fees. Out of public view means in the garage, in the backyard, or behind an approved structure.
No one wants to live in or visit a neighborhood with 3944 trash cans sitting in front of everyone's homes!