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911 Hang Up 1Accident/Unk Maj Min 2Accident/FSGI 2Accident/Major 6Accident/Minor 3Alarm 2 Animal/Humane 13Assault/family 1Assault/Child 1Burglary/Habitat 2Burglary/Motor Vehicle 5Check Park/Business 10 Child Custody 1Compliance Check 1 Contract Checks 188 Credit Card Abuse 1Criminal Mischief 1Disturbance/firearm 1Disturbance/Family 3Disturbance/Fireworks 2Disturbance/Noise 3Disturbance/Other 4Domestic/Prevent 1 Follow-up 6 Fraudulent Use of ID 2Incident report 4Information call 52 Meet the citizen/officer 31 Mental Case 2Neighborhood check 1Parking lot check 1Runaway 1Suspicious Person 16Telephone Harassment 1Theft/Residence 1Traffic Initiative 13Traffic Hazard 1Traffic Stops 14Warnings 3Citations 7Information 3Other 1Vacation Watch 35Vehicle Repossession 4Vehicle Suspicious 11Welfare Check 9Writ 2
Due to the Magic Show on July 7th and Neighbor's Night Out on Aug 4th we will have a meeting for Resident's Concerns at the Committee Meeting July 21st from 7pm-8pm at the Cimarron Clubhouse.
Join us at Cimarron Pool to celebrate National Neighbor's Night Out! Bring the entire family! We will have hot dogs and hamburger's from 6pm-8pm Tuesday, August 4th. Come out and meet your neighbors!
National Night Out is a cohesive effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
In November, we will hold our annual election for 2 positions on the Board of Directors for a 3-year term beginning January 2016. If you are interested in running for one of these positions, please submit a short bio to the office, which will be published in our monthly newsletter. We need to know your intentions before August 15th in order to include your name on the proxy ballot. If you are interested in becoming more involved we invite you to come to a meeting or one of our upcoming events.
We hope that none of our residents experienced any water flooding their homes over the past week. If you did Harris County is asking that homeowners report it to them.
Thank you to everyone who came out for our special event. We had a great time!! See some photos below.
We have been receiving many calls with trash collection issues. We do not manage that contract, but we do attempt and try to obtain information from the Muds regarding the trash collection. (The Muds handle the trash collection. Each homeowner pays for that on their monthly water bill.) This morning, Mud #81 contacted our office and asked us to let everyone know that next Monday, WCA will have TWO trucks come by. One will be the automated truck to pick up the issued trash receptacle (large trash can) and the second truck will come by to pick up other items that are not in the trash receptacle (large trash can).
Warning! There have been two separate coyote attacks on small animals in the neighborhood in the last week. Please keep fences closed and pets protected.
Coyotes have adapted well to suburban and urban living. They are, as are most wild animals, attracted to pet food. Coyotes are members of the Canid family, which includes wolves, dogs and foxes. Coyotes are considered a high rabies risk animal.
We had great weather for the egg hunt. Thank you to everyone who attended. We had a lot of fun!!
Join us for our Annual MPCA Easter Egg Hunt and Party, Saturday, March 28th from 10am to 11:00am. We will have an Egg Hunt, door prizes, clowns, the Easter Bunny and Trackless Train.
2015 Maintenance Dues
MPCA would like to suggest that garage sales be conducted the first Friday and Saturday of each month. This will eliminate the many signs that are out each week and would also makes for a stronger turn out. Most area communities only allow sales twice a year. Memorial Parkway could be known for it’s “Once a Month” garage sales.
2015 Maintenance Dues
After January 31st, 2015, all homeowners accounts who have not had their 2015 payment of $335 clear the MPCA Bank Account, will have a $25 late notice charge billed to their account and will be receiving a late letter notice. If you are a homeowner that has not paid your 2015 Dues yet, please make arrangements as soon as possible.