The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 in Boardroom B, at the Clear Lake City Community Association Sports and Recreation Complex, located at 16511 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062. This meeting was originally scheduled for September 19 and was canceled due to a main water line break at the facility. CLICK HERE to view the agenda.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Board of Trustees Budget and Finance Committee will meet at 7:30pm on Tuesday, September 25 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.
*The recreation center is closed due to a water line break. All programs and classes are canceled during this time. Please check back for updates.
The Clear Lake City Community Association, Inc. Architectural Review Committee will meet at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, October 9, 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.
Calling all little brothers and sisters. Come join us for a volleyball mini class. 6 week program. 4-6 years old
Please review the attached power point presentation from the CLCWA.
The Clear Lake City Water Authority is still looking for survey responses from homeowners who flooded in Hurricane Harvey. There is a reference to the survey at the end of the file, and the survey can also be found on their web site. (www.CLCWA.org, Stormwater Plan and Drainage tab)
This is important because (unlike most utility districts) the Clear Lake City Water Authority owns the storm sewer systems within their jurisdiction. Therefore, they are taking steps to correct flooding issues that resulted from high intensity rainfall that was more than our sewer systems could handle. Options being considered include upsized storm sewer outfall pipes and/or an extreme event sheet flow swale. These options would be used to correct the flooding problems that occurred in Meadowgreen Section 1 and University Green Sections 1-6. These options are only available due to the increased holding capacity provided by the ponds in Exploration Green.
Bay Forest had a different problem…lower elevations in relation to Horsepen Bayou. As a result, the upsized pipes and sheet flow swales will not work for them. Additional holding capacity as development continues in Exploration Green should slow down the flow of water into Horsepen Bayou and assist with those problems. It would also be beneficial if we all continue to work with Harris County Flood Control to desilt our existing flood control ditches in order to restore their original capacity. The more we can hold and slow down the flow into Horsepen Bayou, the more areas will have additional flooding protection, particularly in a high tide and/or high intensity rain situation.
Finally, it was interesting to note on the charts that the flood plain definitions have been expanded due to recent high intensity rain measurements. In addition to 100 and 500 year rainfall standards, we are looking at 1000, 2000, and 5000 year standards. At the bottom of the chart on page 5 there is a line labeled “PMP” for” Possible Maximum Precipitation”. During Hurricane Harvey, the gauge at Clear Creek and I45 hit 95% of the possible maximum precipitation.
Big thanks to the Houston Police Department for coming out to visit the kids from Camp Clear Lake. They really enjoyed speaking with the officers, checking out the horses and of course shooting hoops!
Super Sports Days starting Monday August 20th!
Join us in the gym 6-9 pm.
Monday & Wednesday Nights : Open Volleyball (2 courts)
Tuesday & Thursday Nights : Open Basketball (1 full court or 2 short courts)
Free with valid membership pass, or just $5 per person for open play.
Bring your friends out for a friendly game, or come meet some new people from the neighborhood! We hope to start some basketball and volleyball leagues for the month of September and October so practice up for that!
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 Rmorales@clcca.org for more information.
CLICK HERE to complete the form.