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Local Information
Government Services
Emergency 911
Houston Police
Constable (Ted Heap)
(closest police)
Harris County Constable, Precinct 5 (POA and HOA pay them to patrol Briarhills). Their office number is 281-492-3500.
Poison Help 1-800-
The Texas Poison Center Network provides information to citizens who suspect they have been exposed to toxic substances, or may have had adverse reactions to food, plants, or insect stings.
Kendall Library and
Community Center
The Kendall Neighborhood Library and Community Center, 609 N. Eldridge, is open Monday through Saturday. Visit their web site for the hours and more information.
City Services Call 311 or visit Houston's non-emergency city service directory and service request web site.
Citizens' Assistance 832-393-0955 or visit the Citizens' Assistance Office web site for neighborhood help or City Hall tours.
Public Works 832-395-2500 or visit the PW web site about streets, signs, water and sewer, ditches, traffic lights.
Inspections & Public Service
832-394-0600 or
or visit the IPS web site about rats, weeds, junk cars, dangerous buildings.
Animal Control 713-229-7300 Dangerous animals loose or wild animals in your home - BARC emergency info
Wild animal problems 713-861-9453 Before you call an exterminator, get advice from the Wildlife Center of Texas.
Hazardous waste 713-551-7355 City of Houston Environmental Service Center at 11500 S Post Oak Rd
Other Utility Services
Street light problem
(Center Point)
options 1 then 4
Give the pole number and/or the address of the light, and the problem (out, dim, on all day, etc.), or report it on CenterPoint's streetlight web page.
Power out/emergency 713-207-2222
Write down this CenterPoint Energy number in case your computer will be down.
Gas leak suspected 888-876-5786 Leave your home immediately, go to a safe location and call the Leak Emergency Hotline.
Before you dig... Call 811 Call at least a few days before you dig.  See the Call811 web site for more information.
Briarhills Facilities
The following aerial photo of our four-acre facilities on the north side of Briarhills Parkway at Forest Home shows the basketball court, parking, tennis courts, club house, pool house, swimming and wading pools, playgrounds, and playing fields.  The Terry Hershey hike/bike trail and Buffalo Bayou border the property.  You can also see an expanded version of this aerial photo.
Briarhills facilities
Briarhills Services
Trash collection (WCA) 281-368-8397 WCA picks up at your curb (except some holidays) Monday and Thursday after 7:00 AM. Please do not put your trash out before the previous evening.
(optional for POA)
281-368-8397 WCA picks up at your curb Friday after 7:00 AM. Please do not put your recycling bins out there before the previous evening. Read more at our Recycling Corner.
Amenity tags
Ext 1307
Amenity tags are available to homeowners whose annual fees are current from the Property Manager.
Tennis courts
See under 'Tennis Courts' on the home page.
The courts close at 10 PM.
Swimming pool 2014 schedule: May 24-26,31;
June 1;June 7 to Aug 24 except Mondays;Aug 30-31;Sept 1,6-7,13-14,20-21,27-28
10 AM - 8 PM. You must wear amenity tags all season. The lifeguards have been instructed to not admit anyone without a valid tag.
Pool parties 281-558-7422 Contact the POA Office Administrator
Swim team (Briarhills Dolphins) See the Briarhills Dolphins Website
Clubhouse rental   The clubhouse is closed and will not be available for rental until May 2018
Marquee messages 281-558-7422 Contact the POA Office Administrator
Elected Government Officials
City Councilman
Sylvester Turner
County Commissioner
State Representative
Jim Murphy
State Senator
Joan Huffman
State Board of Education
Donna Bahorich
Governor Greg Abbot
US Representative
John Culberson
US Senator
John Cornyn
US Senator
Ted Cruz
Donald Trump
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