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This is the official web site for the Briarhills Property Owners Association (POA) and the Briarhills Home Owners Association (HOA).  If you are not sure of the association to which you belong, check the lists of streets on the POA page and the HOA page.  Those pages provide loads of information specific to each association.  You can also find your street on our joint HOA POA Map page.
The Local Info page provides information for everyone in the Briarhills community, including our common Facilities on four acres of land.  Some of that, plus more changeable information, is highlighted on this Home page.  If something is missing or incorrect, use the Contact Us page to tell us.  To see which businesses support your community, visit our Sponsors page or the rotating ads at the bottom of this Home page.
Briarhills Master Plan
Briarhills has a new master plan that was presented at the Feb 2015 Board Meeting. 
View the plan here: Briarhills 2015 Master Plan
Updated Master Plan:  Briarhills 2015 Master Plan B
Make your comments here: Comments

Tennis Policy and keys
How to get a tennis key (Registered users only)

Constable Programs
Our Constable offers more services than just vacation watches.  There are programs for adults, teens, and children.  The Constable offers classes on bully prevention, on line safety, personal safety, and even a Citizen's Police Academy.
For more information, click here:  Harris County Pct 5 Programs 

Mosquito Control in Briarhills POA
Mosquito spraying begins April 1st.  The following is a message from the mosquito control company:
"Excalibur Mosquito Control has been contracted by our community to control the mosquito population so that we can enjoy outdoor activities.  Residents should be aware that an occasional interference with jogging or walking the dog is inevitable.  We cannot guarantee a specific time or night of the week that our community will be serviced.  Residents, you can help by making sure that there is no standing water on your property, and by remaining indoors when the trucks are passing down your street.  Thank you!"


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Coupons for Local Businesses (most on Eldridge)
Posted on Feb 19th, 2015 Comments (0)
View the current deals from the Energy Corridor District.
Security Data from Briarhills Constable Calls
Posted on Nov 12th, 2013 Comments (0)
Registered HOA and POA owners can now access a Security Data page. It shows a summary table of the monthly constable calls, and has a link to a file with details about each call, including the block address.
View local crime statistics from HPD online.
Posted on Oct 7th, 2013 Comments (0)
The Houston Police Department (HPD) posts crime information, including monthly crime reports with street and block locations (not exact addresses) for each of their beats. The HPD beat that includes Briarhills is 20G80.


   Upcoming Events   
Bayou Trash Bash
Saturday, March 28th, 8:30 AM to noon at the Terry Hershey Park gazebo (15200 Memorial Drive next to Langham Creek)
This will be the 8th annual Trash Bash held in Terry Hershey Park. Over the past seven years, more than 3,200 volunteers of all ages have collected well over 20,000 pounds of trash and recyclables from the Terry Hershey Park waterways and Jacob Hershey Forest in the Buffalo Bayou watershed. For more information visit briarforestsn.org.
EnergyFest (free)
Saturday, April 4th, noon to 5 PM at the Addicks Park and Ride lot (14230 Katy Freeway)
"Enjoy diverse music, food trucks, kids’ fun and merchants’ booths..."  Visit houstonenergyfest.com for more information.
Bike to Work Day
Thursday, May 14th, 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM at the Terry Hershey Park gazebo (15200 Memorial Drive next to Langham Creek)
Cyclists enjoy complimentary breakfast, refreshments, music, giveaways, raffle prizes and fun times. For more information visit the Energy Corridor web page.

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Vacation and Special Watches
Complete an online form at the Precinct 5 Constable's web page.
Reminders from the Constable
Suspicious persons have been seen in the neighborhood.
If you see people of any age in places they should not be day or night immediately call the constable on 281-463-6666. When the operator asks whether it is an emergency, say "Yes."
When reporting suspicious persons try to give a description of the person from head to feet.  starting with hat, hair, glasses, facial hair, race, color of clothing and direction of travel. The more information available the better chance of the subject being located.
Keep your garage doors closed. An open garage door is an invitation to burglars shopping the neighborhood.
Houston Leash Law
Animal Control has been called for loose dogs. For information about the Houston leash law, fines, and where to call when your loose dog has been impounded, visit the BARC Impound page.

Area Map
Try this interactive map that shows streets in Briarhills and the surrounding area.  Click on "Satellite" to get the aerial photographic view.
Our Super Neighborhood
Briarhills is in Houston's Eldridge / West Oaks Super Neighborhood (#17).  Board meetings are open to the public - 7:00 PM on the second Wednesday of the month at Eagles Trace.  Visit the SN17 website for more information.
Local Emergency Information
Constable:  281-463-6666
● Severe-Weather Warnings
● Amber Alerts
● Evacuations
● Shelter-in-Place Orders
● Tropical Storms and Hurricanes
Sign up to receive AlertHouston Office of Emergency Management e-mail notifications about these emergencies.
Local Traffic
See the full version of this map.
Weather and Moon Phase

Recycling Corner
POA residents who pay the optional recycling fee have curbside pickup. Paying this $24 fee at any time will
● start service in two to six weeks for residents who had not yet paid, or
● add 12 more months for residents who had already paid, and avoid the expense/trouble of collecting/paying later.
Please send or deliver your payments to the POA Office.
All HOA residents have curbside pickup.
   WCA will not recycle styrofoam. Read our article for an alternative to sending it to a landfill with the trash. They also will not recycle plastic bags, which you can return to some stores. For more information on the materials that WCA will and will not recycle, visit the WCA recycling page.

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