News and Events


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Terraces On Memorial
 

TERRACES ON MEMORIAL

 
COMMUNITEVENTS

 

The HOA is pleased to post news and notices regarding community events.

If you have ideas for and wish to assist with a community event for Terraces on Memorial, please email the HOA.

 The board of directors can't do it all, we need volunteers if residents would like to hold community events.

 

Thank you!

 




2019 Easter Egg Hunt

& Picnic


Anyone wishing to assist with 2020 Easter Egg Hunt & Picnic should email HOA -  at some point in late winter/early spring 2020.

Subject: 2020 Easter Egg Hunt & Picnic

There were lots of volunteers for the 2020 event but as always for this community event to continue, we need volunteers for the next one.


Even better, we need someone to become the Social Chair and handle this and any other events to bring the community closer.


Thanks!




 

ENERGY CORRIDOR & NEARBY AREA EVENTS

 

Energy Corridor (and other nearby area)  events can be posted here. If you know of upcoming events of interest to ToM residents, please advise HOA






The  Energy Corridor

 Recycles Day

Next Event will be posted as soon as schedule is advised

 

Paper Shredding at Memorial City Mall

Join AARP & KHOU 11 on Saturday, April 22, for a FREE paper shredding event.

Identity theft and financial scams cost families billions of dollars a year, so keep you and your family safe this tax season by shredding your sensitive documents for free with AARP. Shredding documents helps reduce the possibility that scammers can steal this information from you in the future! 

Paper will be shredded on site, but please bring your items in cardboard boxes or bags. There is no limit on the amount of paper you may bring. 

Shred at Memorial City Mall


Date & Time: 
Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Location:
Memorial City Mall
303 Memorial City Mall Way
Houston, TX 77024
Drug Take Back Event Next Saturday, April 29  


To help the public properly dispose of unused or expired medication, the Drug Enforcement Administration is partnering with the Houston Police Department (HPD) to host the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. All tablets, capsules and solid dosage forms will be collected (intravenous solutions, injectables and syringes will not be accepted). 

 This event will be held at several locations nationwide on Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

To find the location nearest to you, go to http://www.dea.gov and click on the "got drugs" link. 

 This service is free, anonymous and open to all. 

 Citizens can drop off prescription drugs to HPD personnel at the following six locations: 

 1) Kingwood (Metro Park and Ride) – 3210 W. Lake Houston Parkway - Kingwood 77339 
 2) South Central Police Station - 2202 St. Emanuel - Houston 77003 
 3) Westside Police Station - 3203 S Dairy Ashford Rd - Houston 77082 
 4) Clear Lake Police Station - 2855 Bay Area Blvd. - Houston 77058 
 5) South Gessner Police Station – 8605 Westplace Dr. – Houston 77071 
 6) North Police Station – 9455 W. Montgomery – Houston 77088 


Paper Shredding at Memorial City Mall

Join AARP & KHOU 11 on Saturday, April 22, for a FREE paper shredding event.

Identity theft and financial scams cost families billions of dollars a year, so keep you and your family safe this tax season by shredding your sensitive documents for free with AARP. Shredding documents helps reduce the possibility that scammers can steal this information from you in the future! 

Paper will be shredded on site, but please bring your items in cardboard boxes or bags. There is no limit on the amount of paper you may bring. 

Shred at Memorial City Mall


Date & Time: 
Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 

Location:
Memorial City Mall
303 Memorial City Mall Way
Houston, TX 77024
Paper Shredding at Memorial City Mall

Join AARP & KHOU 11 on Saturday, April 22, for a FREE paper shredding event.

Identity theft and financial scams cost families billions of dollars a year, so keep you and your family safe this tax season by shredding your sensitive documents for free with AARP. Shredding documents helps reduce the possibility that scammers can steal this information from you in the future! 

Paper will be shredded on site, but please bring your items in cardboard boxes or bags. There is no limit on the amount of paper you may bring. 

Shred at Memorial City Mall





TERRACES ON MEMORIAL HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

(Master - Includes Single Family Homes, Patio H0mes, Townhomes)

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

 Crest Management Company
17171 Park Row, Suite 310
Houston, TX 77084

WEDNESDAY, May 22, 2019 @ 6:30 PM*

* Important Note: While the Board usual meeting date was recently changed to the  4th TUESDAY of each month, due to scheduling conflicts the MAY meeting is on a Wednesday. 

Contact Crest Management Company for confirmation of meeting date, time, place







PERIMETER WALL REPLACEMENT PROJECT


The re-building of the perimeter wall has been substantially completed, with only minor finishing touches and cleanup ongoing.


The majority of the damage to the grass and nearby landscaping has been completed. Further mitigation along Highway 6 will take place over the next several weeks as the weather permits.


This perimeter wall replacment project has been in the planning for well over two years - having been listed on Board Meeting Agendas and discussed at multiple Board Meetings throughout 2017 and 2018, and was discussed at our 2018 and 2019 Annual Meetings.


The old concrete perimeter wall had deteriorated considerably over the years, necessitating ongoing and costly repairs with limited warranty on those repairs. The cost of further maintenance of the concrete wall was weighed against its age, its state prior to demolition, expected further deterioration as it aged versus the cost of building a new and more attractive brick perimeter wall with a significantly better warranty period.


The cost of the project will be paid from the HOA Capital Reserves Fund - a fund set up a number of years ago to save for just this sort of expenditure. Each year the Board designates funds to be placed in this reserve. No increase to the annual maintenance was deemed necessary in order for this project to proceed.


It should be noted that any necessary repairs or modifications to residents’ property is the responsibility of each individual homeowner. Neither the contractor nor the HOA are responsible for any damage incurred during the demolition or rebuilding process. While all possible care has been exercised during the process, it must be noted that the area adjacent to the perimeter wall is within an easement with the express purpose of being accessible for any needed repairs or maintenance for the perimeter wall, utilities, etc.



IMPORTANT NOTICE 

FOR RESIDENTS OF PROPERTIES ADJACENT 

TO THE NEW BRICK WALL AND THE NEW TREX WALL


Residents are advised that nothing can be attached to the walls. These walls are the property of the HOA, not individual homeowners.


No nails, screws, bolts are to be inserted into the perimeter brick wall or TREX fencing.


No decorative items, planters, trellis, to name a few examples, may be attached in any way.


All plants, shrubs, trees, must be planted far enough away that the plants, shrubs, trees DO NOT push against the brick wall or TREX fencing. No vines may be allowed to grow on the wall or fencing. All landscaping must be kept pruned away from the wall and fencing.


No mulch or soil may be placed against the wall or fencing.


Violations of these restrictions could void the warranty and result in costly repairs or replacement that will be billed to the individual(s) responsible.


Please help the HOA maintain this expensive amenity and abide by these simple restrictions.


Homeowners that lease their properties to tenants must inform their tenants of these restrictions. You are ultimately responsible for damages from tenants to the brick wall and TREX fencing.





Property Management Company

for

 Terraces on Memorial HOA
&
Terraces on Memorial Townhomes Association


Crest Management

Physical Address:
17171 Park Row, Suite 310
Houston TX 77084

Telephone: 281-579-0761

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 219320
Houston, TX 77218-9320

Crest Website:

Our Property Manager*

Cindy Boje, CMCA | Community Manager

D: 281-945-4668 | E: cindy.boje@crest-management.com

* Please note Cindy's new email address.




The HOA recommends that resident inquiries be sent to the HOA email address: hoa@terracesonmemorial.org.


These email inquiries will be automatically forwarded to our Property Manager at Crest Management and to a Board member for review and resolution by the appropriate party.




Please be a good neighbor!

 

Slow Down! 
 
The posted speed limit within our community  is
 20 MPH

 

The streets of Terraces on Memorial are filled with children playing and riding their bikes, and with your friends and neighbors walking and jogging.

 
PLEASE,  drive with care and STOP at all STOP signs.  We continue to have numerous reports of cars speeding and running stop signs.

If you are ignoring the stop signs, you are setting a bad example for your children - they will be driving all too soon and following the examples you set!

Please help us keep our streets safe by driving with caution and asking your friends and neighbors to do the same.  The extra seconds that might be saved by running a stop sign or exceeding the speed limit endangers lives and futures.