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This is the official website for the Briarhills Property Owners Association (BPOA) in Houston, Texas.  All BPOA property owners are encouraged to register on this website.  When you register, you will be able to access certain pages that are not readily available to the public.  You will also be able to receive important announcements from the BPOA Board of Directors or Office Management in a more timely manner.  To find out if you belong to this association, check the list of Briarhills POA streets.  Questions, comments, suggestions are welcome - please send them through the contact us page.
 
New Neighbors
Welcome to the Briarhills neighborhood! To help you get acquainted with your new neighborhood, please read the welcome letter from the Briarhills POA Board of Directors. If you have any questions, please contact the BPOA office or send a message through the contact us page. Also, please be sure to register for email correspondence and notices sent to the community.

Construction Project Update
Click here to view the design brochure of our new community center!
 
06/06/19 - The electrical inspection passed yesterday which was a big step in the right direction. We are now waiting on the 4' fence between the building and pool to be fabricated and installed. The contractor thinks the fence can be installed by middle of next week. Once installed, we can schedule the health inspection. We are really hoping the health inspector will be able to come out towards the end of next week and pass the pool so we can open by the weekend. It really is a day to day situation though so please be patient with us as we go through these last final motions. We will continue to provide updates as things move ahead next week.
 
When the fence installer comes out next week, they will also remove the temporary tennis access gate (closest to the parking lot) and repair the chain link fence. Once done, the electronic access system will be activated. By the end of next week everyone will be required to use an electronic access card at the gate closest to the building in order to enter the tennis courts. 
 
If you have not received your access cards, they will be issued again to BPOA residents this Sunday, June 9th between 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. at the Briarhills Community Center.  Please bring your drivers license or utility bill to show proof of residency.
 
We are getting really close and hope to have a positive update to send to all of you next week. Thank you for your patience.
 
05/25/19 - After spending the last two days at the City of Houston, the outcome of the meetings is that 1) we've had to apply for a separate pool remodeling permit which we now have, 2) all pool electrical work will be fast tracked and inspected next week and 3) the Health Department has required additional 4' tall fencing to be added between the building entry points and the pool. Our builder has advised that the fencing will take about 2 weeks to be fabricated and installed. After installation, the health inspector will then inspect and hopefully give us the green light to open the pool. We are anticipating a June 15th opening date but please know that is subject to change if there are any issues with the above plans. We will keep the community updated as we get closer to this date. Thank you for your patience and understanding. 
 
05/20/19 - We have encountered delays related to City of Houston permitting and regret to inform you that we will not be able to open the Briarhills pool this Memorial Day weekend. The City of Houston has not given us our occupancy permit and has requested additional permits for the pool that were previously unknown. We have a meeting scheduled with the key city inspectors to clarify the next steps needed in order to open the pool. As soon as we have a better understanding of their requests and the time involved, we will update this post. It is our hope that we will only be delayed a week or two but we will not know for sure until after our meeting with the city.

News
Storm Sewer Excavation
Posted on May 28th, 2019
As you may have seen at the east end of the Briarhills park, the City has begun making preparations to replace a collapsed 84" storm sewer outfall pipe into the bayou. The trench could be up to 25' deep in places, so a very substantial excavation. It will be done in 2 parts so that the park trail will not be closed, just like the procedure for the previous replacement farther west, near the office building. Below is additional information from Harris County Flood Control:
 
A contractor for the City of Houston is starting a pipe replacement project near 14218 Briarhills Parkway (see map) on Flood Control property, but this is not a Flood Control project. The City of Houston contractor will be installing 84 inch diameter pipe as it runs from a manhole into Buffalo Bayou.  The project should take 4 weeks to complete (weather permitting).
 
Large mechanized equipment will be utilized for this effort and some trees and soil will be disturbed in the process. Please keep children away from the fenced construction area and large machinery. 
 
If residents in the area have questions, please feel free to contact the city of Houston Project Manager – Mr. Chuck Ueker.
 
WBS – M-430006-0001
Project Name - FY2018 Drainage Rehab Work Orders #3
COH PM - Charles Uecker- 832-395-2963
charles.uecker@houstontx.gov
Drainage Repair on Briarhills Parkway
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2019
From Councilman Travis' office on a drainage repair project along Briarhills Parkway:
 
The SWAT project to repair the outfall at 14218 Briarhills Parkway is scheduled to commence on April 29, 2019, and will take approximately 90 days.  The contractor will be Reytec Construction Resources, Inc.  As I previously reported, The project will remove the existing outfall at this location and replace it with an 84-inch corrugated metal pipe, and will cost $284,987.  The cost is being paid completely by Council Member Travis via his FY2019 SWAT budget. 
Register for Swim Team
Posted on Apr 1st, 2019
Registration is now underway for the Briarhills Dolphins Swim Team!
 
Click here to register and learn more about the team.
Increased Traffic in Briarhills
Posted on Dec 6th, 2018

You may have noticed that traffic in our neighborhood has increased during the morning and afternoon rush hour. This has been due to road construction and lane closures at the intersection of Memorial and Eldridge.

The POA has requested for the Constables to increase their patrol in our neighborhood during peak commute times to ensure everyone’s continued safety. Hopefully with more visible presence from the Constables , speeding motorists and vehicles blocking intersections will subside.

We are also asking our residents to please exhibit patience and understanding when driving through the neighborhood for the next few weeks. Be courteous, do not block intersections and allow for a few extra moments to get in and out of the neighborhood during rush hour.

Thank you for your assistance with this matter.


Upcoming Events
Volunteer Landscaping Work Day
Saturday, June 22nd to Sunday, June 23rd, 7 a.m. - 11 a.m. at Briarhills Community Center 14300 Briarhills Parkway
If you have an interest in gardening and would like to help, we would love to have additional volunteers. Our first volunteer project is planned for June 22nd and 23rd from 7-11 a.m. We will meet at 7 a.m. in front of the community center. Volunteers are asked to bring their own tools (spades, shovels, buckets, wheelbarrows, gloves, sunscreen and hats. Cold water and snacks will be provided by the POA. 
Briarhills 4th of July Parade & Celebration
Thursday, July 4th, 11 a.m. at Briarhills Community Center 14300 Briarhills Parkway
4th of July Parade will start at 11 a.m. at the corner of Coachlight and Swiss Hill. Participants should arrive by 10:45 a.m. The parade route will go down Swiss Hill around to Stoney Hill and then west on Briarhills Parkway and end at the Community Center and Park. 
 
More details coming soon about the celebration and activities.
 
POA Monthly Board Meeting
Monday, July 8th, 6:30 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center 14300 Briarhills Parkway
MONTHLY MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT:
The Briarhills POA Board of Directors will hold its next monthly meeting on:
 
Monday, July 8th, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Briarhills Community Center 14300 Briarhills Parkway
 
Agenda Coming Soon
 
Briarhills POA residents/homeowners are invited to attend this meeting where the board will discuss and make decisions on issues that will impact the Briarhills POA community.

BPOA Management Office
281-558-7422
 
Office Hours:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Monday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Saturday
and by appointment
 
Street Address:
14300 Briarhills Parkway, Houston, TX 77077
 
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 940548, Houston, TX 77094
 
**The Briarhills clubhouse and office are closed indefinitely due to construction.  The office may still be contacted during its operating hours as stated above.
 

Amenities
Clubhouse Availability  - UNDER CONSTRUCTION; CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
 
Reserve Tennis Court (log-in required)
 
Tennis Key 
(For Briarhills POA residents only; all others, contact your property manager)
          The POA will be issuing electronic access cards to access the Briarhills                  amenities. More information coming soon.
 
 
Swimming Pool - UNDER CONSTRUCTION; CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE
(For Briarhills POA residents only; all others, contact your property manager)
The POA will be issuing electronic access cards to access the Briarhills amenities. More information coming soon.
 
Swim Team
Registration opens in April and the summer swim season runs from May through the end of June. Visit Briarhills Dolphins for more information.

Constable
281-463-6666
 
The neighborhood security service is provided by the Harris County Constable's Office, Precinct 5. The Constable offers more services than just vacation watches. There are programs for adults, teens, and children.  The Constable offers classes on bully prevention, online safety, personal safety, and even a Citizen's Police Academy.  For more information visit the Constable's web page. Free home security inspections are also available; click here for more information.
 
 

Trash and Recycling
281-368-8397
 
Trash and recycling collection service is provided by Waste Corporation of America (WCA).  Trash is picked up every Monday and Thursday, and recyclables are picked up every Friday, except on the following holidays:
 
            New Year’s Day                       Labor Day                               
            Independence Day                  Thanksgiving Day
            Memorial Day                          Christmas Day
 
In the event the holiday falls on the pick-up day, refuse will be collected on the next scheduled pick-up day.
 
Please check the Trash & Recycling page for more helpful information.  Every resident is expected to be familiar with the trash and recycling pick-up procedures.
 
If you have any questions or concerns about the service, please call WCA at the above number.