In case you missed the meeting...
New Board Members
John Sherman was voted on to the board by residents this past October and was appointed president by the board. John has lived in our neighborhood in the past and has just recently moved back to us. He is very active not only in our neighborhood but also other civic organizations that impact our community.
Claude (Sparky) Sparks also voted on to the board by residents has taken the position of Treasurer. He has lived here in Champions Terrace for several years and has invested heavily in our future.
Anne Cranston has also joined our board as a member at large. We welcome her and value her time and efforts as we continue another year working to make Champions Terrace a great place to live.
General HOA Meetings are held the second Monday of each month.
Any issues pertaining to individual homeowners in regards to past due HOA dues and the collection efforts of HOA dues are considered confidential and must not be discussed at the general meetings.
Any homeowner wishing to discuss these matters with the board can arrange for a private meeting generally scheduled after the public HOA meeting.
The HOA meetings are scheduled for the second Monday of the month.
Greetings from Sheriff Adrian Garcia, Harris County Sheriff's Office
Hello, this is Sheriff Adrian Garcia, and I am pleased to announce that starting today the Harris County Sheriff’s Office will be utilizing Nextdoor in our continued effort to foster neighbor-to-neighbor communication and just as important, law enforcement-to-neighbor communication.
The HCSO is the 21st century leading law enforcement agency and as such we will use Nextdoor as another tool to effectively share with you results about our proactive policing efforts, crime prevention and safety information, and community events we’d like for you to participate in.
You can expect to receive hyper-local crime and safety updates from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office via Nextdoor, but your Nextdoor website is still kept private to only those who live in the neighborhood and who have a verified address.
Please be aware that Nextdoor should NOT be used to request emergency services, police services, report criminal or suspicious activity, file a report, etc. If you require emergency services, please call 9-1-1. For non-emergency services, please call 713-221-6000. If you’d like to report suspicious persons and/or activity, you can do so anonymously through the HCSO’s free mobile phone app iWatch Harris County. Visit www.iwatchharriscounty.com for more information about how to download this FREE app today!
I’ve always said that you don’t necessarily need a gun and a badge to fight crime- we’re in this together!
We watch Harris County and so should YOU.
On behalf of the Harris County Sheriff's Office, we look forward to using Nextdoor to build stronger, safer neighborhoods throughout Harris County!
Adrian Garcia, Sheriff
Harris County Sheriff’s Department
1200 Baker Street, Houston TX 77002
713-221-6000 Or 713-755-6044
Harris County District Attorney’s Office
1201 Franklin Suite 600 Houston TX 77002