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This is the web site for the Briarhills Home Owners Association (BHOA).  If you are not sure whether or not you belong to the BHOA, check the the joint HOA POA map.
 
Access to some of the pages on the this website is restricted to HOA members. To access these restricted pages it is necessary to register here.
 

Current Articles
 

Pool and Amenities' News
Posted on Sep 30th, 2020
The Briarhills pool has now closed for the season and will re-open next spring
 
Access to the pool, tennis courts and community center is by access key card which will allow electronic access to all the facilities. Up to 2 cards will be issued per property address. Property owners will need to sign an Access Key Registration form and show proof of residency by providing either a driver's license or utility bill. Please review the Amenities Information Guide here prior to obtaining your key card. Access cards can be picked up from Andjela Tomic at our management company. It is important that you email Andjela at andjelat@grahammanagementhouston.com to arrange card pick up. Also, please make sure you have completed an Access Key Registration form here before picking up your cards.
RENTERS MUST PROVIDE WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION (LETTER OR EMAIL) FROM THE HOMEOWNER AUTHORIZING THE RENTER TO OBTAIN CARDS.
Briarhills Dolphins Swim Team
Posted on Sep 28th, 2020
The 2020 summer swim season has been cancelled due to COVID-19. 
Anyone interested in joining the team in 2021 should check the Dolphins website where more details are available.
Energy Corridor Farmers Market
Posted on Sep 27th, 2020
The Energy Corridor Farmers Market is now open. It is located in Republic Square at 15425 Memorial Drive (next to the Terry Hershey Park entrance) and is open every Saturday from 10.00am to 2.00pm. The market provides access to locally grown and seasonal fresh foods, a community gathering place and it promotes relationships with food producers and artisans and encourages local food production.
Recycling Guidelines
Posted on Aug 11th, 2020
Recycling material is picked up on Fridays by WCA, our trash and recycling company. Please make sure your recycling bins are at the curb by 7.00am. All types of plastics with numbers 1 to 7, cardboard and paper of all types and metal containers of all types are all acceptable. Please ensure containers, both plastic and metal, are clean and have been rinsed out.
Also, please do not put out your recycling bins until either the night before or the morning of pick up.
 
Absolutely no glass, plastic bags, styrofoam, pizza boxes and other paper and cardboard that is stained with food or grease. Also no metal hangers
 
Glass can be dropped off for recycling at the Brittmore Road recycling facility which is on the corner of Brittmore Road and Westview Drive, hours of operation: Monday - Friday 5am - 5pm, Saturday 8am - 12pm.
 
Please see Recycling Message from our Management Company and a Recycling Flyer from WCA for further details of acceptable and non acceptable materials for recycling.
Playground Committee
Posted on Oct 23rd, 2019
A Briarhills Playground Committee has been formed to help plan a new playground structure and organize fundraising activities so this new structure may become a reality. The committee will be meeting every 4th Tuesday of the month at the clubhouse. Any HOA members interested in joining the committee should contact Yvonne Brennan at Yvonne.cruz@gmail or Meycy Zapata at mcpearl722@yahoo.com for more information.
 
Security Data from Briarhills Constable Calls
Posted on Nov 10th, 2016
Registered HOA 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.

Tennis Courts
The POA have made some changes to the online tennis court reservation requirements, effective immediately. For details of the new requirements please see click here.
 
The tennis courts are kept locked for security reasons. Access to the courts is by your electronic access card in order to unlock the tennis gate.
 
The steps for the card reader are as follows:
    1) Enter your assigned pin
    2) Press the # symbol
    3) Hold your card up to the card reader. The light will flash
        green and the gate will electronically unlock so that you
        may enter. 
Please note the card reader is very sensitive. Please keep your card down and away from the reader until you get to step 3. 
 
If you do not follow the instructions exactly as written, the access control will shut down after 3 failed attempts and you will have to wait 5 minutes to retry. 
 
Please remember courts should be reserved in advance using the on-line tennis court reservation system. Courts not previously reserved are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. 
 
To obtain an amenities access key card please see above under "Pool and Amenities' News."
 
All users of the tennis courts must read the Tennis Court Rules and Regulations

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Upcoming Events
Monthly Board Meeting
The next HOA monthly board meeting is scheduled to take place on Monday, October 19th at 7.00pm. The meeting will be a virtual meeting using Zoom. Our management company will send out meeting contact details via email a couple of days before the meeting.
 
Briarhills Homeowners Association 2020 Annual Meeting
The 2020 Annual Meeting of the Briarhills HOA is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, November 4th at 7.00pm. The meeting will be a virtual meeting using Zoom. Our management company will send out meeting contact details via email a couple of days before the meeting. Three Directors will be elected to the Board at this meeting. See the 2020 Annual Meeting section on the HOA Information page for the Call for Nominations Notice and a Candidate Information Form.
 

Notices
 
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, whether the main entrance or side door, is an invitation to burglars shopping the neighborhood.
 
Keep all your car doors locked and windows rolled up if you park your car on your driveway, even for a very short time,
e.g. while unloading shopping.
REMOVE all valuables from plain view and lock valuable items in the trunk,
DO NOT leave any articles of value in your car overnight (laptops, money, wallets, purses, etc.)
Theft from unlocked cars is one of the most common crimes in this area.
 
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 
 
Vacation Watches
Click here for an online Vacation Watch Request form.
 
It is recommended that you add the constable's phone number to your cell phone Contacts List and also give your cell phone number to your home security company.
 
Local Emergency Information
Constable:  281-463-6666
 
Houston Leash Law
Animal Control has been called for loose dogs in our neighborhood. For information about the Houston leash law, fines, and where to call when your loose dog has been impounded, visit the BARC Animal Shelter & Adoptions at BARC.
 
The city's leash laws prohibit dogs from running loose. Loose dogs are a danger to themselves, other pets and residents. Please keep your dogs under your direct control while they are out of your house or fenced yard.
 

Super Neighborhoods
A super neighborhood is a geographically designated area where residents, civic organizations, institutions and businesses work together to identify, plan, and set priorities to address the needs and concerns of their community.
The super neighborhood elects a council comprised of area residents and stakeholders that serves as a forum to discuss issues and identify and implement priority projects for the area.
More information on Super Neighborhoods can be found at the Super Neighborhoods website
 
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


Orientation
 
Area Map
Try this interactive map that shows streets in Briarhills and the surrounding area.  Click on "Satellite" to get the aerial photographic view.