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At the November HOA meeting, the decision was made to not raise Heatherwood HOA fees this year. The current fee of $345 remains in effect.


As of January 4, a new Trash and recycling service will begin for Heatherwood. Our current provider has notified us that the last recycling pickup will be on December 22, at which time, they will take back the 96 gallon recycling bins we have been using. The last trash pickup will be on December 30. Our new provider, Residential Recycling and Refuse of Texas (RRRT) is the current provider for Lakewood Forest. They will pick up trash on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Recycling will be weekly on WEDNESDAYS. Therefore, January 4 will be the first date for picking up both trash and recycling. Each resident will receive a letter from RRRT giving details. Residents will be supplied with 18 gallon recycling containers, or you may use your own container. RRRT will supply stickers for you to attach to your own recycling container so they do not intermingle trash and recycling. The monthly rate, billed quarterly to you, will be $17.75 plus tax. The yearly total is $213 plus tax. We are currently paying about $240 per year. We will also have two shredding events scheduled and at least one e-waste recovery per year. Handicapped residents will be accommodated by having trash/recycling picked up at the garage instead of the curb. All others will have curbside pickup.


We are working on developing a new website that we will permanently own. We recently discovered that we do not own the website www.heatherwoodvillage.org and we want to correct that. This means we will have a new name for our website, yet to be determined. The new website will allow residents to pay their HOA fees online, email the Property manager, while allowing the Board to send individual emails to residents when necessary. More details will follow as they are developed


Trees have been trimmed and dead branches have been removed on the grounds of the Clubhouse and near the playground.


The tennis courts have been power-washed and the nets on the fence surrounding the courts have been restored. New nets for the courts will be installed soon.


The two picnic tables near the tennis courts have been restored to like-new condition.


The HOA is very pleased with the progress we have made in 2016 and we want everyone to know that our financial condition is sound. Stay tuned for more good things.


The HOA would like to restore the Block Captains for all of Heatherwood. If you are interested in being a block captain, please call HOA President Mike Zarro at 281-376-2010. We will compile a list of interested people and inform those interested in participating of their selection as a block captain.
Block Captains:
A. Welcome any new residents that move into the block
B. Provide information about how to contact the utilities and TV providers
C. Briefly explain what the HOA does (deed restrictions, etc.)
D. Be willing to contact the Property Manager or the HOA Board in the event of a deed restriction violation or other problems brought by residents to the Block Captain’s attention
E. Be willing and able to attend HOA Board meetings when regularly scheduled and help keep residents informed of any news or decisions made by the Board
F. Promote the use of the official website www.heatherwoodvillage.com

Heatherwood Village is one of the greatest neighborhoods in the Houston area. We are located within two of the most highly rated school districts in Texas, and we're just minutes away from shopping, great grocery stores, a wide selection of restaurants, and family-friendly parks. All of the culture and commerce of the fourth largest city in the nation is only thirty minutes away, and an hour and a half's drive will find you walking on the boardwalks at Kemah, or along the beaches of Galveston. There's something for everyone close to Heatherwood.