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The monthly H.O.A. meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. with the following exceptions: May-the Annual meeting which is held on the 3rd Thursday; October-in conjunction with National Night Out; All meetings are conducted at the clubhouse, 13318 Rosstown Drive.

MONTHLY MEETING October 17, 2017

  • Agenda 10/17/17 TBP



    With the summer really heating up, it is becoming more challenging to keep our lawns looking beautiful, but we still have lots of nice ones to choose from. Yard of the Month for September are::

  • Section 1 - 2315 Squire Dobbin
  • Section 2 - 2703 Manorwood
  • Section 3 - 1923 Summerfield Place
  • Section 4 - 13315 Rosstown

    Congratulations to you all! Keep up the beautiful work.


    We sincerely hope that all Barrington Place residents weathered the storm safely and came through with no injuries or illnesses. As you are probably aware, we were considerably more fortunate than many of our neighbors and are thankful that we still have homes to which we could return.

    Cleanup is well underway and we appreciate your help and understanding during these endeavors. It will take time to completely restore our neighborhood and remove debris, but, with your cooperation and patience, these tasks will be completed in a timely manner. For those of you who need to perform major repairs, we would like to remind you that completion of an ACC Form is required. These applications will be expedited so repairs may begin as soon as possible. Please log onto to print a copy of the ACC form or either call or go by Austin Properties to secure a form.

    We are deferring deed restriction enforcement violations that may be a result of the storm and if additional time is needed for repairs, please contact Austin Properties. We are also including several storm recovery information articles which we hope will be helpful.

    Again, we thank you for your cooperation and look forward to assisting you in every way possible.


    Barrington Place will be observing National Night Out on Tuesday, October 3, from 7 to 9 PM. We invite all Barrington Place residents to join us at the Clubhouse at this time. At 7 PM we will be showing “Boss Baby” as the featured movie. Ice Cream will be serving two-scoop sundaes with popular flavors of ice cream and toppings. There will be glow sticks and candy for the kids. Also, pizza, popcorn and drinks will be served.

    National Night Out is a cohesive effort to promote involvement in crime prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back. We hope to see you there!!


    Due to the amount of debris at curbs throughout the city, Sugar Land activated its debris management contract. This will allow resources to be dedicated to the collection of storm debris and ensure compliance with FEMA requirements. Debris collection began on Thursday, September 7 and is expected to take three to four weeks to complete.

    Residents have been placing household hazardous waste in the debris piles. The debris contractor cannot collect this material. Please remind your residents to utilize the on-call HHW program for disposal of paints, chemicals, etc. The link to the accepted list is located at

    City Council will consider a 2017 tax rate and fiscal year 2018 budget at the City Council meeting next Tuesday, Sept. 19. For more information about the proposed budget, tax rate options and more at

    Still have some questions or concerns? We're hosting a Facebook Live discussion on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 5:30 p.m. with the City Manager Allen Bogard and Director of Finance Jennifer Brown! Make sure to follow our Facebook page to receive a notification when we go live.

    Please see the two attachment from the American Red Cross. They have a new program offering $400 per household for anyone qualifying following Hurricane Harvey. Visit

    For additional information, visit:
    Carrie Paxton-Lamke
    Community Engagement Manager Office of the City Manager City of Sugar Land
    Cell 832-374-5431


    Notice of public hearing on proposed conditional use permit on 1.73 acres Eldridge Road north of West Airport Boulevard for single-story retail building adjacent to residential property.

    Planning and Zoning Commission Public Hearing, 6:30 p.m., September 28, 2017, City of Sugar Land City Council Chamber, 2700 Town Center Boulevard North to hear all persons interest in the proposed Conditional Use Permit for a new single-story retail building on property located along Eldridge Road north of West Airport Boulevard in the Neighborhood Business District (B-1; and further identified as Reserve B-2C on the plat titled Airridge Center Replat No. 2. (F.B.C.O.P.R. 20160084).

    Details of the proposed Conditional Use Permit may be obtained by contacting the City of Sugar Land Development Planning Office by email or phone 281-275-2218. The agenda item for this meeting will be placed on the City website at under “Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Videos” Planning & Zoning Commission no later than Monday, September 25, 2017.

  • City document and vicinity map


    Volunteers needed to assist residents in the Southwest Houston area by completing work orders in their homes (muck out, drywall removal, clean up, etc.) and through distribution of supply buckets.

    Who We Are: DRAW (Disaster Relief At Work, Inc.) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 dedicated to providing relief services to communities that have been hit by natural disasters. Where: Christ Church 3300 Austin Parkway, Sugar Land, TX Who: Adults to assist with resident work orders and supply distribution. Teens accompanied by a parent can work on teams organizing and distributing supplies. Contact Mary Bindas at 248-808-1433 with questions.

  • Kingdom Church 1112 Damon St., Rosenberg 77471 Bottled water and non-perishable food items only
  • Navarro Middle School, 4700 Ave. N, Rosenberg 77471 Bottled water and non-perishable food items only. 281-750-2293
  • Second Mile Mission Center, 1135 US-90 ALT, Missouri City 77489 Non-perishable food, water, toiletries, cleaning supplies, baby items. 281-261-9199
  • Katy Christian Ministries, 5504 First St., Katy 77493 Non-perishable food, water, toiletries, cleaning supplies, baby items. 281-391-0003
  • St. Faustina Catholic Church, 28102 FM 1093, Fulshear 77441 Non-perishable food, water, toiletries and baby items. 346-773-3500
  • Mamie George Community Center, 1111 Collins Rd.,Richmond 77469 Canned goods, baby items and cleaning supplies. 281-202-6200
  • First United Methodist Church of Fulshear, 8201 Harris St., Fulshear 77441. Non-perishable food, water, toiletries and baby items. 281-346-1416
  • St. Laurence Catholic Church – Ava Maria, 3100 Sweetwater Blvd., Sugar Land 77479 Non-perishable food, water, toiletries and baby items. 281-980-9812

    Disaster Related Information – General/ Fort Bend County 2017 File a claim – Federal Emergency Management Agency Customer Service: (800) 621-3362 or (TTY) 800-462-7585 from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Technical Support: (800) 745-0243 or via smartphone or web-enabled device at

    Information and Referral – 2-1-1 Texas/United Way HELPLINE
    FREE HELPLINE: 2-1-1 Texas/ United Way HELPLINE connects callers with critical health and human service programs such as:

  • Basic needs such as food, shelter, clothing, rent and utility assistance
  • Physical and mental health services including support groups, counseling and rehabilitation
  • Financial assistance for job training
  • Programs for seniors such as home-delivered meals, respite care and home health care
  • Childcare, after school programs, mentoring, tutoring and protective services

    Dial 2-1-1. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in many languages. If you need additional help, you may access community resources information at: Report Residential Damage – Office of Emergency Management Office Fort Bend County

    To file a damage report visit: While this report does not offer any type of benefit or reimbursement, it will serve as a valuable tool for Fort Bend County to estimate the amount of damages within the County.

    Any residents with questions or concerns about the disaster assistance process can call the Office of Emergency Management at (281) 342-6185 or visit

    American Red Cross – Disaster Assistance Disaster Assistance is available through Disaster Action Teams, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please call (866) 526-8300.

    Clean-Up Assistance Report needs with clean-up at or call (1-800) 451-1954 to get your home registered for volunteer clean-up assistance.

    Carrie Paxton-Lamke
    Community Engagement Manager
    Office of the City Manager
    City of Sugar Land | DIR 281-275-2329
    CELL 832-374-5431 FAX 281-275-2721


  • 2017 POOL HOURS

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    The City of Sugar Land is actively working to eliminate the mosquitoes within the community. Staff have been actively placing tablets in standing or slow moving water in order to reduce the mosquitoes from reproducing. Staff will place over 6,000 tablets in various locations throughout the city.

    Staff will keep an elevated response to the mosquito population until we see a decline in mosquito calls.

    Please be diligent in the areas around your home that may collect standing water. Planting beds and tall grass are areas that can become breading grounds. If you have questions or concerns about mosquitoes, please contact Public Works at 281-275-2450.





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