The Fine Print
Purpose of Hunters Park Community Association

Hunters Park Community Association (HPCA) handles the financial and legal affairs of the subdivision. Each lot owner is required to pay an annual maintenance fee which is used to pay street lights; taxes on and maintain the common areas, such as the swimming pools, tennis courts, etc.; pay for security; and pay legal expenses incurred to enforce the deed restrictions.

The Board meets every month at 6:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the community center. Residents are welcome to attend. Anyone wishing to place an item of the agenda should contact the HPCA office in advance.

Call 281-463-1216 to contact the HPCA office.

Board members hold three year staggered terms and are elected. The election process is as follows:
1.) Ballot Applications will be mailed out with the Annual Maintenance fee statements.
2.) Voting in person will begin on the 1st Monday after the Annual Meeting ending on the following Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

HPCA Resident Service Hours: Open weekdays from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. for our residents.
Closed weekends and major holidays.

We have an answering system where messages may be left during non-office hours.  Leave name, number, address & topic in order to receive call back.

HPCA employs three workers to provide coverage for the office. Every effort is made to have one of the employees in the office at all times. Occasionally business of the association my require them to be out of the office for a short period of time. If they are out of the office when you call or if you call after hours, please leave a message and your call will be returned as soon as possible during business hours.

Deed Restrictions
Deed restrictions are strictly enforced by HPCA. Copies of the restrictions are available at the HPCA office. The complaint form is available to be printed from our website. The HPCA office verifies complaints and writes letters to violators. Legal action will be initiated when warranted, to enforce deed restrictions.

Architectural Control
You must submit any plans for improvements,modifications, remodeling or painting of your home to the HPCA office. Your plans will be checked to insure that they comply with the deed restrictions. This includes re-roofing, play forts (8 ft. height limit), temporary storage buildings, etc. Please call the office if you need assistance.

Security
HPCA provides additional security through a contract with Commissioners Court for four Harris County Constables. HPCA also hires off-duty deputies on an as-needed basis for additional coverage. Please call the Constable's Office at 281-463-6666 to report any suspicious person, activity or for a vacation watch.

WCA Trash Collection
HPCA contracts solely with WCA.  Waste Corporation of America - WCA - collects our trash on Tuesdays (polycarts, heavy trash & recycling) and Fridays (polycarts, heavy trash only). The homeowner's maintenance fee does not pay for garbage pick-up. You must call WCA to start service. WCA is the billing agent and bills are generated Quarterly by WCA. One Polycart and recycling bin will be provided free of charge. If you require additional carts, WCA will charge accordingly. No pickups are scheduled on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. Pickup will resume the next regularly scheduled day.
 
Additional information to know:
 
If your cart is missed on a regular pick-up day, please call WCA customer service to report.
 
All tree trimmings need to be cut in four (4) feet lengths and bundled.
 
Heavy trash collection is both Tuesday and Friday. This is for the collection of appliances, furniture, etc., two (2) pieces per pick-up day. If you need a special pickup, please call WCA.
 
For customer service at WCA, call 281-368-8397 between 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on weekdays.
The trash should not contain rocks, dirt, bricks, roofing, lumber, tires, large pieces of metal or very large items such as box springs and mattresses. The trucks are not equipped to handle such heavy items and can be damaged by these items during compacting. Also not allowed are used motor oil, gasoline, paint or chemicals. It is illegal to dispose of flammables in the trash.
 
Some items that will not be picked up by WCA:
a. Tree limbs that are not tied and bundled.
b. Construction debris - rocks, bricks, concrete, dirt, roofing, lumber, carpet, etc.
c. Unsafe containers (sharp edges, holes, etc.)
d. Container or bag over 40 pounds.
e. Container over 32 gallons.
f. Tires, batteries, paint, hazardous chemicals, large tree trunks, motor oil, etc.
g. Refrigerators that have not been drained of Freon. Must be tagged by a certified refrigerant recycler.
h. All trash should be bagged.
 

 
WATER BOARD
 
Harris County Utility District 6

Rebecca Watkins
John Sugg
Don Durgin
Ray Arce
Anne Grzanka
 
The Water Board is a tax assessing board that levies water and sewer taxes and hires a Tax Assessor Collector to collect for them. Inframark was hired by the Water Board to manage the utility district and they can assist you if you have any problems. The Water Board meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. at Jackrabbit Road WWTP, 16720 Pine Forest Ln., Houston, TX 77084. Members hold staggered four (4) year terms. Election details can be found on the HCUD6 website.
 
 
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BCV Flood Control Summary 12/09
 
BCV Flood Task Force Meeting Agendas
 
USACE Dam Safety Overview
    Dam Fact Sheet
    Dam Safety Overview - Pt. 1
    Dam Safety Overview - Pt. 2
    Dam Safety Overview - Pt. 3
 
HCUD#6 Drainage Analysis - Phase One (2006)
      Drainage Analysis Phase One
     Overland Flow & LiDAR
     Storm Sewers
     Vicinity Map
     Flood Hazard Map
 
HCUD #6 Drainage Analysis - Phase Two (2006)
      Pt. 1
     Pt. 2
     Pt. 3
     Pt. 4
 
One Creek West
     USACE & HCFCD Presentation: Watershed Master Planning
     Meeting Summary: 06/09
     Meeting Notes: 06/09
 
HCFCD Horsepen Creek Report 2006
 
Talbott Flood Article & Responses