Spring Shadows Civic Association Inc.

10355 Centrepark Drive, Suite 220
Houston TX 77043
Office Hours: 8:30am - 3:00pm; Monday-Friday
713-460-1718 ... Fax 713-460-2399
E-mail - sscaoffice@yahoo.com


At the November 14, 2016 Board of Directors Meeting, the following officers were voted in by your Board for the 2017-18 term:

David Van Bergen, President

David Jurgens, Executive Vice President

Stephanie Schoggin, Vice President

Barbara Nytes-Baron, Secretary

Elizabeth Emery, Treasurer

Janet Marton, At Large

Bart Portis, At Large

Greg Janak, At Large

Don Toellner, At Large

At this same meeting your Board agreed to increase the annual maintenance fees from $306.00, which you paid in 2015 & 2016, to $336.00 for 2017 which is a 10% increase as allowed by the Association Deed Restrictions. The reason for the increase was increase in service contracts, increase in office rent and maintenance, new web page design and increase legal expenses. Statements will be mailed December 1, 2016.

SUPER NEIGHBORHOOD NORTH

The Super Neighborhood North meeting has been moved from Monday, September 26th to Monday, October 24th in the Spring Shadows Civic Association conference room. The meeting for November has been cancelled.

PIP Meetings - Positive Interaction Program

Mark your calendars! All are invited- notify your neighbors, friends, and family!

January 17, 2017- Welcome 2017! We have a very exciting year ahead with our Northwest PIP! Starting us off this year is a very interesting presentation that will be shared with us from the flight crew of the Memorial Hermann "LIFEFLIGHT" program. This is a first for our group-You will be amazed at the information on how this very important operation works here in the Houston area.

Upcoming topics for the year that we are working on: ICE, HPD K-9, Ted Poe, Judge Ed Emmett, HPD Dive team, and more!

Location: 8009 Long Point- “Faith Center- Sanctuary”
Time: 7:00pm
Questions: contact Sr. Police Officer C. Engelhardt- 832-394-0100

**Northwest Division Captain A. Anderson will be addressing the meetings regarding crime updates **

**for crime stats- see crimereports.com **

January 1, 2017

Dear Homeowners:

Heavy Trash (Junk/Tree Waste) collection for Spring Shadows is on the Fourth Friday of each month. The City alternates each month between the collection of Junk Waste and Tree Waste. January 27th is a TREE WASTE collection day. For more information visit the City of Houston website at www.houstontx.gov/solidwaste

Security Alert
September 12, 2016

Dear Homeowners,

There has been an increase of reported Burglary of a Motor Vehicle calls. As of now, our total will surpass our total for the year of 2012. Burglary of a Motor Vehicle is a crime of opportunity. Suspect(s) check the interior for property to steal, then decide to either break into it or check for unlocked doors. Over 90% of reported Burglary of a Motor Vehicle calls inside the subdivision with property stolen are when the vehicle owners are not securing their vehicles overnight. As of now, there is not any evidence (photos/videos) to help develop a suspect(s) description to continue any investigations. Things a homeowner can do on a daily basis to help reduce the amount of these types of calls are: 1. Park in your driveway. 2. Remove all property from the interior (firearms, wallets, purses, cell phones, backpacks, loose coins/money, etc.) 3. Lock and secure the vehicle doors. Set the alarm (most are equipped with alarm systems). 4. Before retiring for the night, double check to make sure your vehicle is secured, all property is removed from the interior, close all the doors to your garage, lock your home and set the alarm. Everyone’s cooperation in doing theses few things will help reduce your chances of becoming a victim to this type of crime. Help out your neighbors by sharing this information.

HIDE IT, LOCK IT OR LOSE IT!

Remember, Lt. Hutter will do home inspections at no charge and will give you recommendations to secure your home (see information below).

FOR HOME SECURITY INSPECTIONS, A FREE HOME INSPECTION SURVEY, TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR HOME INSURANCE OR GET SIMPLE SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO BETTER SECURE YOUR HOME, CALL THE PCT 5 CONSTABLE’S OFFICE AT 281-463-6666 AND ASK FOR LIEUTENANT MITCH HUTTER. You can find more information on the Harris County Precinct 5 website at www.constablepct5.com.

Lastly, make sure alarm permits are current, that you activate your alarm and inform your alarm company to make the Constables your first emergency contact.

Report all suspicious persons and vehicles to the Constable's office at 281-463-6666. Your cooperation is always appreciated.

Sincerely, Sgt. Gonzales

Deed Restrictions and Bylaws are now available on-line.
We need volunteers for the Board or Directors (see here for openings) and for all the committees.
AC/DR application is now available on-line.