Community Projects 2017-12-01T17:14:43+00:00

Enhancing Your Community One Project At A Time

Community Project Update
November 21, 2017

Recreation Center Update
Due to unforeseen delays, some weather related, the contractor has updated the expected completion date and turn over to the HOA is set for Mid December 2017.

We have hired an inspection service to audit the contract and physical plant to make sure that the contractor is delivering on what was agreed to.

3 Acre Site
The 3 Acre site pavilion is complete, the final phase is the leveling of the playing field and the installation of the irrigation system. We anticipate this to be completed before the end of January.

Lamar ISD – Campbell and Dickinson Elementary Schools Field Projects
This MUD project is progressing as planned. Final completion that includes sealing of track is schedule no later than March 16, 2018. The school district anticipates the field itself to ready for use by the end of January.


Community Project Update
November 13, 2017

Recreation Center Update
As of today the expected completion date and turn over to the HOA is set for Mid December 2017.

3 Acre Site
The 3 Acre site pavilion is complete, the field is still needing to be grading in areas along with irrigation added, the Board is currently receiving additional estimates for this project.

Lamar ISD –  Campbell and Dickinson Elementary Schools Field Projects
Partial completion expected January 31, 2018 Use of Track and field can be had.  Sealing of Track to be completed between March 1 through 16, 2018.


Pool 3 Update
April 28, 2017


Community Project Update
March 2, 2017

Construction for the new community center at Rec 1 will begin Monday, March 6th.


Community Project Update
November 23, 2016

The budget and subsequent contracts for the 3 acre/Rec 3 projects have been approved, construction is projected to begin next week. Budget numbers were either met or reduced on both of these projects.

Final approval to proceed with plans for the Community Building was given last week. Plans are for final bids to be ready late December at which time they will be reviewed and hopefully approved and released for construction. The original/approved building came in over budget and after months of negotiating the committee was not able to reach that number. Once the City of Sugar Land formalized the annexation the MUD was able to adjust their budgets realizing additional funds that could be used to supplement approved HOA expenditures as described during the initial process. With those additional funds the budget for the original building was met and approved for release to the architect who is in the process of drawing up the plans.

There will be an apx 400 sf storage space that will include a stairway and a dumbwaiter to allow for HOA storage. This will not alter the elevation of the building. The storage space was always included in discussions during design. One important issue is that there will not be any windows in this space facing the “rear” of the building (towards the tennis courts). There may be a window at the front facing the parking lot. This will be discussed more once we have plans to review.

Plans for the Community Center Building, Pool #3 and the 3 Acre Recreation Area are in full swing. The Board of Directors has been going through the planning process for the past several month, including reviewing studies, preforming site visits, and answering questions. Documents provided throughout this process can be viewed below.


The neighborhood representatives met on the evening of April 25th to vote on the 3 Acre Recreation Area and Pool #3 projects. Both the 3 Acre Recreation Area and Pool #3 projects passes. The results are as follows:

3 Acre Recreation Area:

For – 4,102 Votes

Against – 102 Votes

Pool #3:

For – 3,784 Votes

Against – 420 Votes

Community Building Vote:

For – 2,216 (18 sections)

Against – 1,040 (4 sections)

No vote – 948 (6 sections)

Community Project Committee Minutes

Click the meeting date below to view the minutes from the Community Project Committee meetings.

Community Project Documents

Enhancing Your Community One Project At A Time

Pool 3 Update
April 28, 2017

Community Project Update
March 2, 2017

Construction for the new community center at Rec 1 will begin Monday, March 6th.

Community Project Update
November 23, 2016

The budget and subsequent contracts for the 3 acre/Rec 3 projects have been approved, construction is projected to begin next week. Budget numbers were either met or reduced on both of these projects.

Final approval to proceed with plans for the Community Building was given last week. Plans are for final bids to be ready late December at which time they will be reviewed and hopefully approved and released for construction. The original/approved building came in over budget and after months of negotiating the committee was not able to reach that number. Once the City of Sugar Land formalized the annexation the MUD was able to adjust their budgets realizing additional funds that could be used to supplement approved HOA expenditures as described during the initial process. With those additional funds the budget for the original building was met and approved for release to the architect who is in the process of drawing up the plans.

There will be an apx 400 sf storage space that will include a stairway and a dumbwaiter to allow for HOA storage. This will not alter the elevation of the building. The storage space was always included in discussions during design. One important issue is that there will not be any windows in this space facing the “rear” of the building (towards the tennis courts). There may be a window at the front facing the parking lot. This will be discussed more once we have plans to review.

Plans for the Community Center Building, Pool #3 and the 3 Acre Recreation Area are in full swing. The Board of Directors has been going through the planning process for the past several month, including reviewing studies, preforming site visits, and answering questions. Documents provided throughout this process can be viewed below.

The neighborhood representatives met on the evening of April 25th to vote on the 3 Acre Recreation Area and Pool #3 projects. Both the 3 Acre Recreation Area and Pool #3 projects passes. The results are as follows:

3 Acre Recreation Area:

For – 4,102 Votes

Against – 102 Votes

Pool #3:

For – 3,784 Votes

Against – 420 Votes

Community Building Vote:

For – 2,216 (18 sections)

Against – 1,040 (4 sections)

No vote – 948 (6 sections)

Community Project Committee Minutes

Click the meeting date below to view the minutes from the Community Project Committee meetings.

Community Project Documents