Welcome to Our Neighborhood!
This site is maintained by Hunter's Park Community Association, Inc. and is designed to be a communications center and an information resource for our residents. Feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
Contact Us
Governing Bear Creek Village
Sections 01-13 & Bear Creek Trails
4503-A Hickory Downs Drive
Houston, Texas  77084
Resident Services Hours:
Weekdays 10 AM
4 PM
Phone: 281.463.1216
Fax: 281.463.4071

Online Payments
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.

Neighborhood News
Trash Cans Must Be Stored Out of View - All trash cans must be stored out of public view except when being put out for trash pick up. Trash cans, recycle cans, and heavy trash items may be put out at the curb the evening before regular trash pickup day. Once the trash service is done for the day cans must be returned to their storage area out of public view.  
Trash cans may be stored in the garage, in the backyard or behind an ACC-approved structure or hedge that does not extend past the front primary building line. Fill out the ACC form with materials, height, location and general description. Approval is quick and easy. (Note: WCA will not pick up construction debris.)
If an attempt is not made to store trash cans out of public view a deed restriction letter will be mailed to the property owner and/or resident and a $50 administrative fee may be incurred.
Sod is the Word - The majority of BCV homes have been rebuilt.  Now it is time to get the yards in order and that includes putting sod down over the dirt.  Besides the fact that sod or some kind of ground cover is required on our yards, every time it rains if no ground cover is present dirt is washing into the streets and either lining the curbs or adding to the silt that is affecting our flood woes.  So...as spring approaches get your ground covered!  
Xeroscaping is an option when it comes to covering the dirt.  
Xeroscape: a style of landscape design requiring little or no irrigation or other maintenance, used in arid regions.  Xeroscaping costs less to maintain and conserves water.  There are many websites for this concept, the following is a good place to start: Landscape Water Conservation - Xeriscape
Please fill out an ACC form concerning your xeroscape concept.

Upcoming Events
HPCA Board Meeting
Thursday, November 14th, 6:30 PM at HPCA Community Center
Please Join Us!
HPCA Board Meeting
Thursday, December 12th, 6:30 PM at HPCA Community Center
Residents Welcome!

News of Note

ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL REMINDER: All structural changes, including roofing, painting, structural additions, etc. to your home whether you flooded or not 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. (See DR #12, Page 3.)


Interior repairs to your home do not require any approval from HPCA. If the exterior of your home remains the same as before the flood, you are good to go.
Items that need to be submitted for approval include: roof replacement materials & color, exterior paint selection and any changes to the exterior of your home. 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.)

If you plan to rebuild your entire structure after a complete tear-down, your detailed building specifications will need to be reviewed by an engineer and will require more time for approval.

NEIGHBORHOOD RESOURCES: Many questions you have concerning the neighborhood, trash service, street lights, security, etc., are answered here on our website: BearCreekNetwork.org. Residents may also email our office staff at office@bearcreeknetwork.org.


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
Water District  281.375.5978
UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFO: Please call the HPCA office, 281-463-1216, or email office@bearcreeknetwork.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.

Secure Shredding & E-Cycle Event
F R E E   S E R V I C E S
Event: Secure Shredding & E-Cycling
Date: Saturday, October 26th
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location: Wightman Pool parking lot
Address: 15918 Boulder Oaks Drive
Now is the time to gather your papers that  need to be shredded and your electronic items that need safe disposal. Just drive through the Wightman pool parking lot and drop them off on October 26th at no charge. This free event is being sponsored by WCA, our neighborhood trash provider.
Secure Shredding - provided by Shredtex.com
Acceptable items include: all paper, junk mail, and documents, hanging file folders, spiral notebooks. You don't even need to remove paper clips or binder clips!
E-Cycling - provided by Compucycle.com
Acceptable items include:
- Computers, laptops, monitors
- TVs (CRT TVs up to 27” in size) (no wooden cased TVS)
- TVs (LCD/Plasma/LED up to 50” in size)
- Printers (desktop only)
- Cable boxes, power cords and cables
- stereo amplifiers, VCRs
- Cellular Phones (removed from cases)
-  Keyboards and Mice (batteries removed)
- Hard Drive, IPAD / Tablets
The acceptable items must be removed from all packing materials

Trash Pickup Notice
Trash Pickup Schedule
TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS - Regular & heavy trash
WEDNESDAYS - Recycling
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.
Beginning September 3rd, service days will be Tuesdays and Fridays for both regular and heavy trash. Recycling days will be Wednesdays. Polycarts should be place at the curb facing the street by 7:00 AM on service days.
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.
Please pay your account balance before the deadline in order receive your stickers via regular mail in time. Starting in May, your address will be included on the stickers.
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.

Project Recovery Harvey
From Harris County: Did your house flood during Hurricane Harvey? HELP IS AVAILABLE. Apply for Hurricane Harvey Assistance Today!
Online: www.harrisrecovery.org
Call: 832-927-4961
Visit an intake location: See flyer below

Bear Creek Village Drainage Presentation
The Harris County Engineering Department held  a community engagement meeting for Bear Creek Village on January 24, 2019. Click on the link below to view the Bear Creek Village subdivision drainage project presented at this meeting as a part of the 2018 bond program.

Swimming Pool News
Both pools are now closed for the season. Look for next season's Pool Card Pick-up notice in April. Pool season will start May 2020.

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.


Flood District Information

How to Contact Public Officials about Flooding Issues ...


As your HOA, and also residents of this neighborhood, we have always been concerned about the flooding situation here. But as only one entity operating under specific bylaws, HPCA cannot effect change.  However the HOA does certainly intend to pass along to residents the best information available so that, as a community, residents can urge public officials to take action


There are 1973 homes in this neighborhood. Individual letters, emails, and phone calls will be noticed. Some of your neighbors have been writing and calling for years. Now that the U.S. Congress and the State of Texas have publicly voted to have funds put toward flood prevention and reparation we can no longer be told that the money is not there. The public needs to '”help” the powers-that-be determine how to use those funds.  In the meantime, on a more personal level, please make every effort to clean out the gutter in front of your home to help with the water flow as well as keeping debris from getting into and clogging the storm sewers.


Below is a list of other officials that have some area of responsibility for our flooding concerns. We urge you to email them directly with your ideas and expectations.


Harris County Flood Control District

Online Contact Form

Phone: 713-682-4000


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District

Addicks and Barker Dams and Reservoirs

Contact Form

Phone: 281-497-0740


Harris County Precinct 3

Commissioner Steve Radack

Email: pct3@pct3.com

Phone: 713-755-6306


Harris County Precinct 4

Commissioner Jack Cagle

Email: commissionercagle@hcp4.net

Email: cadir@hcp4.net

Phone: 713-755-6444


Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo


Phone: 713-274-7000


Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner

Email: sylvester.turner@houstontx.gov

Phone: 713-837-0311


City of Houston District A

Councilwoman Brenda Stardig

(Clay Road bridge is in this district)

Email: DistrictA@houstontx.gov

Phone: 832-393-3010


Texas State Senate District 7

Senator Paul Bettencourt

Online Contact Form

Email: paul.bettencourt@senate.texas.gov

Phone: 512-463-0107


Texas House of Representatives

Rep. Dwayne Bohac, District 138

Email: Dwayne.bohac@house.state.tx.us

Phone: 512-463-0727


United States Senate

U.S. Senator John Cornyn

Online Contact Form

Phone: 202-224-2934


United States Senate

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz

Online Contact Form

Phone: 202-224-5922


United States House of Representatives

Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Second District

Online Contact Form

Phone: 202-225-6565