The office will re-open back to normal business hours
Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm, however closed from 12pm-1pm for lunch
Gym or Room Rentals – Email Monique at email@example.com
Annual Assessment Payments – Email Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Collections, Transfers & Refinance requests, & Resale Certificates – Email Janet at email@example.com
Class questions can be directed to Monique at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deed Violations and all other questions – Email Rachel at email@example.com
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Architectural Review Committee will meet at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, January, 2018. The meeting will be held at the Clear Lake Recreation Center located at 16511 Diana Lane, Houston, Texas 77062. CLICK HERE to view the agenda.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees will meet at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 in Boardroom B, at the Clear Lake City Community Association Sports and Recreation Complex, located at 16511 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062. CLICK HERE to view the agenda.
Your assistance is needed! CLCCA is at the core of the Clear Lake Community with 6,700+ properties and CLCCA’s annual fees have remained the same since 1963 at $.008 SF of land. The board recently created the CLCCA Revision of Founding Documents Committee who created a proposed amendment to CLCCA’s Founding Documents to give YOU the property owner the right to vote and determine what is best for your local community when it comes to assessments, deed restrictions, facilities, policies, etc. The current wording in the CLCCA Founding Documents denies you this right. Last week, the “All Clear Lake Communities” Association (ACLC) representing more than 10,000 property owners and 20,000 voters, voted unanimously to support the initiative put forth by the CLCCA in modifying their founding documents.
President Annice Slade, General Manager Rachel Morales and I reached out to the Representative Dennis Paul to seek legislature approval. Unfortunately, Representative Dennis Paul has chosen to deny our request to bring it to legislature.
As we gain more and more support for this effort, we encourage you to immediately contact Representative Dennis Paul to voice your concern for this effort. Time is running out! Please let him know that you support our efforts and would like the right to vote and determine what is best for the community you live in. You can call him at 281-488-8900 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Terry Canup, Revision of Founding Documents Chair