2020 Annual Assesment is due by January 1, 2020. Statements were mailed out in October. If you did not receive a statement, please contact the MPCA office.
- Mail check or money order payable to Memorial Parkway Community Association for the total amount due to the address shown on the mailed statement by January 1, of each year. If you use online banking, make sure your payee address is correct, 21600 Cimarron Parkway, Katy TX 77450. You may also pay with check or money order in the MPCA office at that same address. Cash payments are not accepted in the office.
- Pay online via credit card or ach through the homeowner portal. There is a fee for paying online through the portal.
- Payment plans are available in the office. You must come into the office prior to December 20, each year to get on a payment plan at no charge. After December 20th, there is a $35 charge to get on a payment plan. Plans will consist of 3 monthly payments (November-$125 down payment, December-$125, and January-$125).
If payment is not received at the bank by the due date, the Association will assume willful non-payment and take extensive and usually expensive steps to collect these funds. Until this process has been completed, ALL facility usage will be denied.
Any account not paid before January 31st will incur a late fee of $35.
Accounts not paid before February 28th will incur an additional late fee of $35.
Accounts not paid before March 31st will incur an additional late fee of $50.
Accounts not paid before April 30th will incur an additional late fee of $50.
All unpaid fees after January 31st carry a finance charge of 10% per annum.
Vision: We envision a community as a desirable place that we are all proud to call home. A community of friendly, well-maintained, safe, caring, and respectful neighbors, who cooperate with each other to uphold and grow the value of our properties and our family, friends, and community relationships.
Mission: The mission of the Board of the Memorial Parkway Homeowners Association is to preserve and enhance the property of our subdivision by maintaining the common ground areas, and upholding our Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCR’s) and polices. The Board will serve the Homeowners by taking a fair, ethical and objective approach in representing the interest of all homeowners. The Memorial Parkway subdivision will be maintained as a safe, friendly, and enjoyable place to live for each homeowner and his/her respective family.
Values: In all our activities to achieve our vision and mission we value integrity, fairness, consistent firmness and common sense, community participation, respect, cooperation and sense of community.