Welcome to Southcreek Village!
“Southcreek Village is a well-established community made up of 1,573 homes. Residents enjoy four beautiful parks that are complete with playgrounds, picnic tables and a gazebo. Southcreek Village also has two well staffed pools and a splash pad for the youngest residents. If you’re into fitness, we boast of over five miles of walking trails throughout our neighborhood.”
Harris County Sheriff Department Vacation Watch
Great News! The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has updated our Vacation Watch Request Form, allowing citizens to complete the necessary information, at their convenience, and just hit the submit button at the bottom of the page. The form will automatically route to the appropriate District and be provided to the officers that patrol that area / contract. All you need to do is go to our website at www.harriscountyso.org , go to “Services” then “Public Programs” and tap on “Vacation Watch”. Complete all the necessary information and hit submit. We’ll take care of the rest. While on vacation, should any of our deputies discover something suspicious, we’ll contact you with the numbers provided.
Volunteer Positions available
What to get more involved in your neighborhood, but don’t know who to ask?
The Southcreek Board is made up of residents who volunteer their time to enrich our community. We are looking for other eager residents to also serve as volunteers to help out on numerous committees. The Board believes that if our community has a strong volunteer base, then our neighborhood will shine and prosper. If you are interested in the following committees, please contact the board member listed by the committee.
NOTICE OF MARCH 13, 2017 REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
THE SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.
DATE: March 13, 2017
TIME: 6:00 P.M.
LOCATION: 7750 AUTUMN LAUREL, HOUSTON TX,77095
AGENDA FOR MARCH 13, 2017 REGULAR BOARD MEETING of
THE SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION, INC.
I. Open Session
a) Establish quorum
b) Approve minutes from the prior Board meeting
c) Oral summarization of items approved via unanimous
consent or conference call since last meeting
d) Report of Executive Session from the prior Board meeting
e) Manager’s report
f) Committee reports
Landscape Management: Pampered Lawns
Crime Watch Committee
Architectural Review Committee
Deed Restriction Committee
Pool and Parks Committee
g) Copperfield Community Association
h) Review and adoption of standby generator policy
i) Review and approval of filing lawsuit and proceeding through foreclosure
310 648 785 1003
445 663 817 1507
488 693 907 1606
j) Old business
Pool management contract
k) New business
l) Confirm next regular Board meeting
II. Adjourn Open Session and Convene in Closed Executive Session
III. Executive Session
Homeowner(s) addressing the Board
Pending or threatened litigation
c)Deed restriction matters
d) Collection matters
e)Confidential communications with Association’s attorney
f) Matters to remain confidential by request of the affected
Parties and agreement of the board
IV. Report of Executive Session
Thanks to our residents for considering these positions!
Architectural Review Committee: ACMP, Inc.AAMC at (281)855-9867
Crime Watch Committee: Dennis Zehler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 832-282-9829
Deed Restriction Committee: Dennis Zehler at email@example.com or 832-282-9829
Pools and Parks Committee: Anthony Cecala at firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Committee: Ann Liner at Bryne123@aol.com
Keeping our Neighborhood Safe!!
You may wonder what you can do to help keep our neighborhoods safe. Here is some helpful information on reducing crime in our community:
- Know your neighbors. Do they work full time? Know what cars should be in the driveway. If something is different, report it to the non-emergency number (713-221-6000)
- Be a Block Captain. Our Block captains are the Key Communicator of Important Events in the Community and any Crime Activity in our neighborhood. If you don’t have a Block captain on your street, please consider volunteering to be the Block Captain for your street.
- Lock your vehicle when it’s on the street or in your driveway.
- Don’t keep valuables in your car. This includes cell phones, GPS systems, IPODS, etc. A burglar can smash the window and steal the contents of your car in less than 45 seconds.
- Keep the non-emergency number posted in your home. Don’t hesitate to report suspicious activity to the non-emergency number. (713-221-6000)
- To report a crime in progress or another emergency – Call 911!
Be A Block Captain!!!!!!
Do you want to know what’s going on in your neighborhood? Be a Block Captain! Southcreek Community Association would like to have every street in Southcreek have a Block captain.
Block captains receive emails from the Crime Watch committee so that residents will be aware of any crime activity in the neighborhood. Block captains will also receive emails about social and other events in the community. The Block captain serves as a Key Communicator in our community.
We ask that once Block captains receive an email. They pass the information on to the other neighbors on their street.
Being a Block Captain requires a relativity small amount of time, but they play a very important role in our community.
If you do not know the name of your Block Captain, or would like to be a Block Captain, please contact Bob Janusaitis at email@example.com.
In Southcreek our trash is picked up on Tuesdays and Fridays. Our deed restrictions state that all trash, including grass clippings cannot be on the curb. Southcreek village has backdoor trash pickup. Trash cans and trash bags are picked up by the trash company at your back door or your garage door. So… you cannot have trash on the curb. Southcreek has backdoor pickup. Please utilize this service.
Board meetings are the third Monday of the month.
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Place: Autumn Laurel Club House
7750 Autumn Laurel Trail
Board of Directors
Online Assessment Payment Link
Below is a list of approved paint colors for Southcreek Village. We cannot put a color sample because a scanned color does not always exactly match the actual color. This list is for homeowner information. The color sample information is from Sherwin Williams but you may take the information to Lowe’s, Home Depot, Ace or any other paint store and have them match the color. Actual color charts/wheels are available at the Copperfield Community Center or the office of Association & Community Managing Professionals, Inc.AAMC (ACMP, Inc.).
Pool Management Company
Houston Recreation Management
To schedule parties contact Tiffany at the above phone number
7750 Autumn Laurel
7703 Park Falls
Splashpad is open from April 1 through October 31 of each year.
South Creek Village is serviced by:
SOLID WASTE PICKUP AND RECYCLING INFORMATION
Southcreek Village participates in a solid waste pickup and recycling program with all of the Copperfield neighborhoods. The Copperfield Community Association (CCA) handles all solid waste and recycling contract issues. If you have a solid waste or recycling problem and cannot resolve it with WCA at (281)368-8397 or www.wcawaste.com/Houston/houston-residential.html contact the CCA representative at (281)856-9060. If you are unable to get it resolved after that then please contact Ransom Daly at ACMP, Inc. AAMC, our Management Company, at (281)855-9867.
Our recycling day is Tuesday morning. The following items are accepted in your recycling container: Aluminum Cans, Aluminum Foil, Catalogs, Colored Paper, Construction Paper, Copper, Corrugated Cardboard Colored Paper, Empty Aerosol Cans, Folders, Glass Bottles, Glass Jars, Holiday Cards and Greeting Cards, Holiday Cards and Greeting Cards Boxes, Junk Mail and Envelopes, Magazines, Metal Pots and Pans, Newspaper, Office Paper, Paper Bags, Paperboard Boxes (cereal, soda/beer, egg, shoe boxes, etc.), Phone Books, Plastics #1-#7 (milk, soda, water, juice, shampoo, detergent, pool supplies, pet food, etc., excluding Styrofoam), Scrap Metal (nails and screws, gutters, etc.), Steel Cans, and Tin Cans,
The following items are unacceptable recyclable materials: Coat Hangers, Plastic Bags, Dishes and Cups, Disposable Plates and Cups, Facial and Toilet Tissue, Light Bulbs, Milk and Juice Cartons (wax-board containers), Mirrors, Paint and Solvent Containers, Paper Towels, Pizza Boxes (because of the oils), Pyrex Pans, Styrofoam, Windows, Wet or Soiled Paper, and Wrapping Paper with foil.
SOLID WASTE PICKUP
Our solid waste pickup days are Tuesday and Friday mornings. Southcreek Village participates in back-door solid waste pick-up. However, yard clippings, tree branches, fencing (no more that 6 pickets per bundle), etc. must be brought to the curb and bagged or bundled weighing no more than 40 pounds, and being no longer than 4 feet in length except for fence pickets. Please do not place your grass clippings at the curb before the night preceding pick-up. It changes the appearance of our neighborhood and is a common complaint of your neighbors. If the pickup day falls on a holiday, items will be picked up the next trash/recycling day, not the following business day. Should you need additional information feel free to contact WCA at (281)368-8397 or email at www.wcawaste.com/Houston/houston-residential.html
Southcreek Village is Managed by:
ACMP, Inc. AAMC
16650 Pine Forest Ln
Houston Tx 77084
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 09:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 09:00 a.m. to 07:00 p.m.
Friday: 09:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.
Saturday: 09:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.