Greatwood News

February 8th, 2019|

Contact Information During a Holiday or on Weekends


If there is a problem in the neighborhood during a holiday or on the weekend, please contact the HCM Management Company at 832-864-1200. They will handle the emergency (such as sprinklers, fallen trees, etc.). There is an On-Call manager available that will notify the correct party during that emergency. Of course, fire or criminal activity should be reported via 911.

Normal business questions regarding (accounting, etc.) should be directed to the same number during normal business hours. The On-Site office can also answer questions during normal business hours. Call 281-545-1134 or email

February 7th, 2019|

Photo Contest

Like to take photos? We are having a Photo Contest!

Take your best photos of scenery (no people or pets please) and:

The judges will be our very own Board of Directors! The three winning photos will be matted, framed and hung in Rec Center #1.

January 11th, 2019|

Annual Section Meeting Results

The following sections have had their votes counted and the winners are as follows:

  • Arbor – Jon Klubnik
  • Green – Charles Dulaney, Terry Nash
  • Fairview – Melissa Gorman, Joan Pippenger
  • Lakecrest – Dan Asbury, Tony Mendes, Harry Ridgeway
  • Manor – Gary Walker, Nelson Games, Steve Stenacker
  • Shores – Shelly Stubbs
  • Springfield – Karen Reid, Bobby Ritter
  • Trails – Richard Vacek, William Ferguson, Calvin Gorriaran
  • Woodhaven – Mike Giardina, Chris LeGrand, Audra O’Neal

Congratulations to all and we look forward to working with you!

October 1st, 2018|

Increase in Littering

Greatwood is a lovely area to live in! Beautiful homes, trees, grounds and amenities all contribute to its beauty.

Lately, residents have noticed an increase in littering. Trash, cans, bottles and other debris are being left near monument signs, on the side of the road, etc. Please remember to dispose of litter in a proper trash receptacle. Remind any of your work crews as well. If we all work together, Greatwood will continue to be the beautiful place it is now. Thanks for your help!


February 8th, 2019|

2019 Pool Rules

This pool is for the use of residents of the Greatwood Community Association only. A resident must accompany their guests at all times. 2 guests per household card allowed.

1. Lifeguards have the authority to remove anyone disobeying of endangering their self or another person. Lifeguards have the authority to suspend the offender and follow Greatwood’s Disciplinary Guidelines.

2. Lifeguards have the authority to impose additional rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of residents.

3. A card key is required for entry.

4. Residents are responsible for anyone they let in the gate. Be careful!

5. Any children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent or person 18 years or older unless they pass a Swim Competency Test. Once the Swim Competency Test has been passed, a child 12 years or younger may be accompanied by a individual 16 years or older.

6. Lifeguards are not responsible for the baby pool – use at your own risk. Only supervised children 5 years of age or younger may use the baby pool.

7. No disposable diapers are allowed in the pool. Swimming diapers must be used on all infants in diapers.

8. No diving in water less than 6 feet in depth.

9. Running, roughhousing, abusive and foul language, firearms, gum or smoking are use of tobacco products is prohibited.

10. Please stay off all safety and lap lane ropes.

11. Glass containers, consumption of alcoholic beverages, loud music, pets, and use of skateboards, rollerblades or bicycles are prohibited.

12. Toys, squirt guns and flotation devices designed for pool use are allowed. Playing on rafts and large floats are allowed as long as it is done away from the sides and steps of the pool and the pool is not crowded. Lifeguards have the authority to remove toys and flotation devices if they are miss-used or determine the pool is too crowded.

13. Having food at the pool is a privilege. Food is not allowed in the swimming pool. Clean up after yourself, failure to do so could result in suspension of this privilege.

14. Weather Policy: At first sight of lightning or sound of thunder, the pool will be closed a minimum of 15 minutes. Lifeguards may close the pool for additional periods of 5 to 15 minutes if the weather conditions are still unfavorable. All swimmers must exit the pool area.

15. Human Waste Policy: If human waste in found in the pool, the pool will be closed for 2 to 8 hours depending on the severity of the condition. Lifeguards will clean and chlorinate the pool during the closing.

16. Lap Lane Policy: The lap lane is available on a first come first serve basis. Swimmers should decide on the swimming pattern they will use. Crossing the lap lane while it is in use is prohibited.

February 4th, 2019|

Now Hiring: Lifeguards

June 20th, 2018|

Pool Closures

Note: Pools 1 and 3 are closed for the winter season. Will re-open in May.

February 7th, 2019|

Food Truck Friday

Food Truck Friday is on March 1st at 5PM.

Rec Center #1 – 7225 Greatwood Parkway

February 6th, 2019|

Upcoming Meetings / Contact Information

Annual Section Meeting for March 5th – 7225 Greatwood Parkway (Conference Room)

  • Highland Park – 6:30 PM
  • Brazos Bend – 7:00 PM

UPDATE – Annual Election Meeting – March 19th at 7225 Greatwood Parkway at 6:30 PM in the Meeting Room.

Those interested in becoming a Board Member should send a short biography to 8802 Greatwood Parkway or email by Thursday March 7th.

March 7th at 6:30 PM – ACC Meeting at 7225 Greatwood Parkway (Meeting room)

March 28th at 6:00 PM – March Board of Director’s Meeting at 7225 Greatwood Parkway (Meeting room)

City of Sugar Land – Dial 311 – to report issues regarding sidewalks, roads, code violations, etc.

Call Best Trash for trash pick-up information 281-313-2378