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Annual Budget Review and Meeting

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BUDGET MEETING

The 2020-2021 Annual Budget Review and Meeting will be Tuesday, July 21, 2020 at 7pm in the Cimarron Parkway Clubhouse. All homeowners are welcome to attend. We are hopeful that this can be a in person meeting, but if our county is still on a COVID High Alert then we will have the meeting via Zoom and homeowner can login into to attend the meeting. 

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Constables Report for the Month of June 2020

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Security ReportJun-20
Accident Major1
Accident Minor2
Accident FSGI2
Alarm Local7
Animal-Humane6
Animal-Aggressive2
Assault -Family1
Assault -Sex Child1
Burglary - MotorVehicle1
Check Park/School18
Child Custody Dispatch1
Contract Checks82
Criminal Mischief1
Discharge Firearms1
Disturbance - Juvenile1
Disturbance-Family2
Disturbance-Loud Noise4
Disturbance-Other3
Domestic Prevent1
Drug/OD/Poss1
Flooded Roadway1
Follow Up4
Incident Report2
Information call82
Meet the Citizen47
Meet the Officer3
Mental Health5
Missing Person1
MUD Building Check4
Neighborhood check85
Open Door/Window2
Silver Watch6
Special Assignment10
Stranded Motor Vehicle1
Suspicious Person11
Telephone Harassment1
Theft - Other1
Traffic Initiative11
Traffic Stops6
Unk Medical Emergency                            1
Vacation Watch23
Vehicle Abandoned1
Vehicle Suspicious9
Vehicle Stickered1
Vehicle Stolen1
Welfare Check7
Writ of Execution14
Total: 478
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Face Mask Requirements For Pool Attendance

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In order to be compliant with the new face mask order from the local governing body:

  • Persons at the pool that are not socially distanced from other persons, not a part of their family/group, outside the water will be required to wear a mask. 
  • Persons at the pool that are socially distanced masks will not need to be worn. 
  • Persons in water will not be required to wear masks.

These guidelines apply to ages 10 years old and older and will remain in effect until the current order expires.

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Pool Rules for Memorial Parkway Teens

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We are experiencing some issues with unattended teens at Highland Knolls pool. Due to the continued misbehavior and disruption to other homeowners who are at the pool, we are limiting the number of guest that a Memorial Parkway Teen (Age 12-17) may bring in. We have reduced the number to 2 guests. We continuously see rules broken such as foul language, running and shoving, skateboards, throwing footballs, bouncing basketballs, and not following lifeguard direction. We have posted additional signage at both pools to aid the lifeguards in enforcing the rules. We hope that the unattended teens will follow the rules and behave in a proper manner so that all residents may enjoy the pools. If a teen is seen breaking any of the pool rules then they will be temporarily banned from entering the pool without their parent or guardian. 

Attention Memorial Parkway TEEN (Age 12-17) Residents

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July Board Meeting

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The Board of Directors meets in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse (21600 Cimarron Parkway) on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The meeting is open to all members of the Association. Due to the stay at home mandate, the Board of Directors will be meeting via Zoom. See information below with the link to listen to the meeting from the comforts and safety of your home. 

Memorial Parkway Community Association is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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May Constables Report

Security ReportMay-20
Accident Minor1
Accident FSGI2
Alarm Local10
Animal-Humane5
Animal-Aggressive4
Assault -Family1
Burglary - MotorVehicle1
Burglary - Habitat1
Check Park/School11
Child Custody Dispatch1
Computer Crime1
Contract Checks85
Discharge Firearms2
Disturbance-Family2
Disturbance-Loud Noise7
Disturbance-Other4
Domestic Prevent1
DWI1
Follow Up1
Fradulent Use of ID1
Incident Report14
Information call48
Meet the Citizen36
Meet the Officer3
Mental Health9
MUD Building Check3
Neighborhood check46
Open Door/Window2
Runaway1
Silver Watch5
Special Assignment9
Solicitors1
Stranded Motor Vehicle1
Suspicious Person13
Terroristic Threat2
Theft - Other3
Traffic Initiative32
Traffic Hazard1
Traffic Stops3
     Warnings        3
Vacation Watch20
Vehicle Abandoned2
Vehicle Suspicious8
Vehicle Speeding1
Welfare Check6
Writ of Execution5
Total: 416
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Updated Pool Guest Policy

Due to the fact that the Cimarron Parkway Pool has not been overcrowded upon opening.... we are now going to allow members to bring guest. A household may bring up to 5 guest per visit.

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June Board Meeting

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The Board of Directors meets in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse (21600 Cimarron Parkway) on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The meeting is open to all members of the Association. The Board is only required by the State to have ONE meeting per year, but MP has always had monthly meetings so that they can be more accessible to the members that they serve. Our monthly board meeting, will be Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

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Pool Information

We have been actively working with our pool provider and watching closely for the Governor of Texas directives for public outdoor swimming pools.  We are eager for the Memorial Parkway pools to open. Cimarron Parkway pool is scheduled to open May 21st and Highland Knolls Pool is tentatively scheduled to open June 2nd. 

 
In order to be in compliance with COVID health directives, there are additional rules and measures that have been put in place to ensure the safety of our patrons. 
·Due to the State of Texas COVID19 Health Directive; outdoor swimming pools may operate up to 25% of the normal operating limits as determined by the swimming pool operator. Please read the entire state health protocol to be followed. https://gov.texas.gov/uploads/files/organization/opentexas/OpenTexas-Checklist-Parks-Beaches-Bodies-of-Water.pdf 
·Memorial Parkway Pools have an occupancy of 225 persons. In order to be in compliance with the health directive not more than 55 people can be inside the pool facility at one time. No guest will be allowed at this time.Residents only. 
·Per government guidance, all play features such as slides and diving boards will be roped off using yellow caution tape and will not be available for use by the residents.  
·Furniture and high touch areas will be sanitized at the end of each day. The pool 30 minutes early to allow residents to clear out of the pool itself, gather belongings and exit the facility prior to the guards sanitizing everything and finishing closing duties. For example, if the pool is closing at 8pm. The guards will blow the whistle at 7:30pm and ask that you exit the water, dry off, gather belongings and leave. 
·Initially, during “safety break (adult swim)” at 10 minutes prior to the top of each hour no patrons (including adults) will be allowed in the pool in order to allow the guard on stand to get down and help the other guard facilitate and complete other required tasks as needed. We anticipate at some point in the summer we will allow adult swim during this time frame as things normalize.
·Initially we have hired a gate keeper to check person in and monitor head count in addition to the two lifeguards. All people entering the facility to not be allowed in until they are signed in by the gate keeper to minimize frequent pen touch and accurate patron listing. Once the facility reaches the mandated reduced capacity, of 55 patrons, a sign will be placed on the outside of the front gate asking patrons to wait outside the gate until other residents leave the facility.
·If the pool reaches the mandated reduced capacity, an announcement will be made at the next "safety break", asking those that have been at the pool longer than 2 hours to leave so that other residents may come in and enjoy the facility. Please assist us in this by limiting your visit to 2 hours per day. 
·We are recommending that residents:
oBring a pair of gloves if they are concerned about touching frequently touched surfaces.
oBring a small hand sanitizer for themselves.
oBring a mask if they desire (not to be worn in the water).
oBring any other PPE they desire.
 
May Pool Schedule - Cimarron Parkway Pool
Thursday, May 21st 10am-8pm
Friday, May 22nd 10am-8pm
Saturday, May 23rd 10am-8pm
Sunday, May 24th 12pm-8pm
Monday, May 25th 10am-8pm Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 26th 10am-8pm 
Wednesday, May 27th 10am-8pm
Thursday, May 28th Closed for Cleaning
Friday, May 29th 10am-8pm
Saturday, May 30th 10am-8pm
Sunday, May 31st 12pm-8pm
 
As a reminder, this is the second swim season that MP is using online pool access via CellBadge. If you registered your household last year, and your account is in good standing, there is no further action needed this year. If you have not yet registered your household, please see our website for steps to register. https://mphoa.org/index.php/swim-info/photo-id-s 
 
For additional Harris County Covid information please see https://www.readyharris.org/ 
 
We hope that you and your families are staying safe and healthy during this time. We look forward to seeing you at the swimming pools. 
 
 
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May Board Meeting and Updates

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We hope that you and your family are safe and healthy under the circumstances of the COVID19 Pandemic. Memorial Parkway Community Association is here for you. Our upcoming Board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 7pm. We will meet via Zoom. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. If you would like to view the meeting please follow the link below. 

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87437267938?pwd=Y3lZMS9KcVJSNm1zOE0zUFpaVVprQT09

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A Message from Mud #81

On behalf of Harris County Municipal Utility District No. 81, its directors have agreed not to terminate any customer's water service during the cover-19 (corona virus) pandemic. In conjunction with Harris County, this notice will remain in effect until further notice. If any resident should have any questions, please contact Harris County MUD No. 81 office manager by phone at 281-392-8112 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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April Board Meeting

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The Board of Directors meets in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse (21600 Cimarron Parkway) on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The meeting is open to all members of the Association. The Board is only required by the State to have ONE meeting per year, but MP has always had monthly meetings so that they can be more accessible to the members that they serve. The Board of Directors did not meet for the month of March due to our facility rented for the primary election. Our monthly board meeting, will be Tuesday, April 7, 2020

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Harris County Constables Report February 2020

ConstablePct5
Security ReportFeb-20
911 Hang Up2
Accident Minor2
Accident FSGI2
Alarm Local7
Animal-Humane9
Arson/Fire2
Assault -Family1
Burglary - MotorVehicle1
Check Park/School10
Child Custody Dispatch1
Contract Checks69
Criminal Mischief3
Discharge Firearms2
Disturbance-Family4
Disturbance-Loud Noise4
Disturbance-Other6
Domestic Prevent2
Drug/OD/Poss1
Follow Up5
Fradulent Use of ID2
Incident Report8
Information call53
Meet the Citizen51
Meet the Officer3
Mental Health1
Neighborhood check46
Runaway2
Silver Watch4
Special Assignment1
Suicide1
Suspicious Person7
Theft - Other2
Traffic Initiative16
Traffic Hazard3
Traffic Stops15
     Arrest0
     Citations           7
     Warnings        5
     Advisement     1
Unk Medical Emergency                            4
Vacation Watch2
Vehicle Abandoned1
Vehicle Suspicious3
Vehicle Speeding1
Welfare Check6
Total: 366
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Deed Violation Count as of February 21, 2020

Animals0
Architectural 4
Basketball Goal2
Decorations25
Driveways11
Dumpster or Pod3
Exterior Lighting0
Fences27
Flags & Flag Poles2
Garages12
Home Exterior 
 Dirt & Mildew105
 Exterior Paint67
 Exterior Repair16
 Gutters & Downspouts20
 Roof2
Landscaping 
 weeds1
 vines5
 trim bushes2
 dead landscaping3
 border0
Lawn Maintenance  
 bare spots1
 mowing, edging, grass in seams61
 edging17
 grass in seams19
 ruts3
 street curb debris2
Mailboxes11
Outdoor Furniture1
Satellite Dish0
Sidewalk12
Signs5
Stored Items46
Swimming Pools & Spas0
Trash Containers81
Trees 
 dead tree1
 leaves & tree debris8
 low tree branches3
 palm tree3
 stump8
Use0
Vehicles 
 commercial3
 parking1
 storage16
 repairs1
 recreational vehicles1
 trailer6
Windows 
 window a/c unit2
 window treatments7
 damaged glass1
Total627
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Egg Hunt & Spring Party

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The annual Egg Hunt & Spring Party scheduled for Saturday, March 28th has been cancelled due to the coronavirus and the CDC guidelines for large events and mass gatherings. The safety of our residents is of the utmost importance to us. We are monitoring the situation closely. 

The best way to prevent the spread of illnesses, such as COVID-19, seasonal flu, and other respiratory viruses and germs, is to practice everyday preventive actions, including:

  • Get a flu vaccine.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your mouth or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Follow CDC's recommendations for using a facemask:
      • CDC does not recommend that people who are well wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19.
      • Facemasks should be used by people who show symptoms of COVID-19 to help prevent the spread of the disease to others.
      • The use of facemasks is also crucial for health workers and people who are taking care of someone in close settings (at home or in a health care facility).
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Mobile Vet Clinic

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The Mobile Vet Clinic provides cost-effective pet care for your furry friends. They offer a full line of canine and feline vaccinations, along with medicine, diagnostics, and wellness examinations. They will be at the Cimarron Clubhouse Thursday, March 19th from 4pm to 7pm. http://www.themobilevetclinic.com/

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March Ladies Game Night

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Join us other neighborhood ladies for game night and pot luck. We play Bunco ($13) and LRC ($3). Bring your favorite dish to share. Thursday, March 5th at 6:30pm in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse.

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February Ladies Game Night

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Join us other neighborhood ladies for game night and pot luck. We play Bunco ($13) and LRC ($3). Bring your favorite dish to share. Thursday, February 6th at 6:30pm in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse.

Newbies we always love to teach you how to play. Such easy games and some great prizes, but the fun of getting together for great food and great new friends is the best part. We play the first Thursday of each month at the same location and time.

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February Board Meeting

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The Board of Directors meets in the Memorial Parkway Clubhouse (21600 Cimarron Parkway) on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm. The meeting is open to all members of the Association. The Board is only required by the State to have ONE meeting per year, but MP has always had monthly meetings so that they can be more accessible to the members that they serve. Our monthly board meeting, will be Tuesday, February 4, 2020.

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Constable's Report for Month of December 2019

Security Report19-Dec
Accident Major1
Accident Minor2
Alarm Local7
Animal-Humane7
Arson Fire1
Assault1
Burglary - MotorVehicle2
Check Park/School12
Child Custody Dispatch3
Contract Checks70
Criminal Mischief4
Discharge Firearms3
Disturbance-Family1
Disturbance-Loud Noise4
Disturbance-Other6
Disturbance-Weapon1
Domestic Prevent3
DWI1
Follow Up7
Incident Report5
Information call51
Meet the Citizen37
Meet the Officer4
Mental Health8
Neighborhood check46
Open Door/Window2
Prop Found/Lost1
Runaway2
Special Assignment2
Suspicious Person13
Theft - Other2
Traffic Initiative4
Traffic Hazard2
Traffic Stops7
     Arrest0
     Citations           4
     Warnings        3
     Advisement     0
Unk Medical Emergency                            1
Vacation Watch24
Vehicle Suspicious5
Welfare Check3
Writ of Execution1
Total: 356
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