The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees will meet at 3:00p.m. on Wednesday, June 30th using the Zoom platform. The zoom login information will be sent directly to the participants involved.
THIS IS A TRUSTEE ORIENTATION / WORKSHOP FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY.
NO PUBLIC BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED AT THIS WORKSHOP.
NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR CLCCA PROPERTY OWNERS.
The Clear Lake City Community Association (CLCCA) Board of Trustees is aware of two USPS cluster boxes that were recently vandalized in Meadowgreen. The Board of Trustees reached out to the USPS and to politicians seeking assistance. You may also assist the association in reaching out to politicians. CLICK HERE to review the letter sent by Board President Terry Canup.
Representative Troy Nehl's office responded with the following on April 6th:
District Office Manager
Congressman Troy Nehls TX22
*Meadowgreen Trustee Leslie Eaton responded to a letter from Senator Cornyn's office on June 15, 2021 seeking his assistance in replacing the cluster boxes.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees will meet at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the meeting will be held through Zoom Video Communications. These actions are being taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by avoiding meetings that bring people into a group setting. Telephonic and videoconferencing capabilities will be utilized to allow individuals to address the board.
CLICK HERE for the Agenda
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Architectural Review Committee will meet at
7:00 pm on Thursday, July 8, 2021. To help stop the spread of COVID-19, the meeting will be
held through Zoom Video Communications.
CLICK HERE to view the agenda.
*Please be sure your microphone is always muted unless called upon to speak.
Upon a recent inspection, management noticed several perimeter concrete fences in need of pressure washing or new paint. Some concrete fences need immediate repair, especially if sections have fallen or are leaning.
Please take a moment to inspect your own concrete fence facing Pineloch, Space Center Blvd, or El Camino Real and take the necessary steps to ensure it looks clean and is safe. The approved paint color is called DRY DOCK. Paint chips are available at the CLCCA office or at Sherwin Williams.
Below are links to companies that recently installed a new perimeter fence for property owners.
*These links are being provided as a convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by CLCCA of any of the products, services or opinions of the company.
*All new fences must be approved by the CLCCA Architectural Review Committee (ARC) prior to be installed. CLICK HERE to submit an ARC Application Form.
Effective July 1, 2020 and pursuant to City of Houston Ordinance Amending Sections 39-1, 39-49, 39-62, AND 39-63, passed by City Council on 05/13/2020, a $1.14 cart fee will be charged to water accounts that receive COH Solid Waste Service.
The City of Houston offers industry-grade, highly durable garbage and recycling carts for use in City provided collection service. The carts are furnished with wheels to roll the carts to the curb as well as lids to help keep garbage and recyclables contained to prevent litter and prevent animals from easily accessing garbage. The garbage carts are black, and the recycling carts are green and are clearly labeled for recyclables. The carts are maintained and repaired by the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department.
The cart fee covers the provision, maintenance and replacement of carts during their typical 10-year lifespan. The fee is $0.57 per month per cart, which is collected via your water monthly bill for residents with City of Houston water service. Non-water service residents will be billed directly for the cart fee. The cart fee applies as well to businesses that contract with the city for solid waste services utilizing up to three (3) 96-gallon containers.
Please call the City of Houston at 713-837-0311, if you want additional details on your bill. Clear Lake residents will receive a bill directly from the City of Houston because Clear Lake is under the Clear Lake Water Authority, not Houston Water Department.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees Revision of Restrictive Covenants Special Committee met at 7:00pm on Wednesday, April 28, 2021. CLICK HERE to view the minutes.
The Revision of Restrictive Covenants Special Committee was created to work with the community on updating and/or revising the current deed restrictions. This committee will begin meeting soon. In the meantime, we would like to hear from you if you live within the Clear Lake City Community Association on what you'd like to update within your specific section. Please CLICK HERE to submit your comments and/or suggestions. Keep in mind that the online comment form is not to complain about a property. It is simply for you to comment on how the current restrictions are written and whether you'd like to make any changes. For example...some are very vague and others may give one section permission to have a trailer in public view while other sections don't. All current deed restrictions can be found by clicking here.
Clear Lake City Community Association is now offering a Memorial Park Bench and Table Dedication program for those who wish to honor or remember a loved one, as well as offer respite to park visitors to help them enjoy their surroundings. Donors can specify a particular park within CLCCA’s territory.
The cost of a 6’memorial bench is $1,700. The cost of a 6’ memorial picnic table is $2,200. An engraved 5” x 3” plate will be installed. Please contact the office or email [email protected] for more information.
CLICK HERE to complete the form.