Get ready to add holiday sparkle to your home for the Greatwood Annual Holiday Lighting Contest!! Mark your calendar for Tuesday, December 10th for individual neighborhoods and Thursday, December 12th for the “Best of Greatwood” contest.
If you would like to be considered for the contest, have your lights on by 6:30 pm., Tuesday, December 10th.
Each individual neighborhood will be judged in the following categories:
Best Decorated Home
Honorable Mention Home
*Winners will be awarded that night.
Thursday, December 12th
Selected winners from Tuesday’s contest will be considered for the following categories:
Kids Choice Award
Best Decorated Street
Best Decorated Neighborhood
*Winners will be awarded Friday night
The Greatwood Holiday Light Contest winners will be posted on www.mygreatwood.com Saturday, December 14th after 3:00pm.
If you are interested in participating as a judge. Please contact email@example.com.
In the November Greatwood News, please disregard the portion on driveways in the Fences & Driveways article on page 10. This portion of the article was an editorial error.
Your HOA is encouraging Greatwood residents to sign up to receive e-mail alerts by registering on our community website. This is an effort to provide our community with timely information.
This is an information only service. There is no way to respond on this site. If you have any question about a post, please feel free to contact our Management Company at 281-545-1134 or any HOA Board Member.
To sign up for this service go to our community website:
There is a box on the top of the home page for you to register for e-mail alerts.
We are hoping that this will be a good way to keep our residents current on anything that can’t wait for the newsletter.
The current trend of today’s burglar(s) is to drive down a street and look for homes where there is no activity, no vehicles and the house appears dark and unoccupied during a weekday. The suspect(s) will exit the vehicle and knock on the front door. If no one responds within a moment the suspect(s) will go to the side gate or walk up the driveway and enter the back yard. Typically they will bring a tool or object to strike the latch area of a low window after removing the screen. They have also used a tool or screw driver that was left on the back porch. Occasionally they will even find a window that is unlocked. If an alarm has not started beeping as they enter they begin the search for small items, jewelry or electronics. They are fast and leave within a couple of minutes. The suspect(s) will drive to the nearest exit from the neighborhood then head to their favorite pawn shop or buyer to sell the stolen items.
Click here to read Constable Dorr's burglary prevention tips.
A few months ago I wrote an article about the deed restriction violation process. I am now writing about the consequences if a deed restriction violation is ignored. Should you ignore your notices, your account will be turned over to the attorney for legal action. If you have a violation, you will receive an initial notice; if the violation continues, you will receive a certified letter. Then, 30 days after receiving the certified letter and the violation still exists, the Board will make the decision to turn the account over to the attorney for legal action. Once that happens, you then begin to incur legal fees. The best way to avoid legal action and legal fees is to contact the Greatwood office as soon as you receive the first notice to inform us of your situation if you are unable to comply. Some violations may be easily fixed, some violations may take time and money, and we understand that. You may contact the office to ask for an extension of time based on your circumstances. The Association will work with you. But if you continue to ignore the notices, you will incur more and more legal fees and collection costs. The Board will not waive any of these fees. The Association pays the legal fees up front, which means all of the Greatwood residents pay those legal fees.
The key is COMMUNICATION between you as the homeowner and the Association. Again, we are here to work with you.
For the first time, Greatwood HOA has a fully staffed office with two full-time, on site managers. Nikkole Luna is our Property Manager and Maggie McKay is the Assistant Property Manager.
In order for your HOA to better serve the Greatwood Community, here is what you, the homeowner, can do to help. If you see something that needs attention, whether it is a pool or landscaping issue, or even an issue within your neighborhood, please email Nikkole Luna at the Management Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with your concerns. The office number is 281-545-1134. Please give them a reasonable amount of time to address the issues.
We Can’t Fix What We Don’t Know About. Please help us to keep our community Great!
Quarterly Rep Meeting
December 3 – 6:30pm
December 5 – 6:30pm
There is no December Board meeting.
If you have recently moved into Greatwood and have not received your Pool Card, or have lost your card, please contact Nikkole Luna with the Management Company at 281-545-1134 or via email at email@example.com.
There is a $25 replacement fee for lost cards.
Located at Recreation Center #2
Monday and Wednesday 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
8802 Greatwood Pkwy.
Sugar Land, TX 77479