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.
Temporary Changes to Trash and Recycling Services
Posted on Apr 8th, 2020
Per WCA, our trash service provider household trash in trash cans / containers will be collected per usual schedule. Bulk trash is limited to two bags (2) maximum per home on your scheduled service day. Carpet or construction materials will not be collected at this time. All trash must be bagged or otherwise contained. Do not place loose trash at the curb.
Recycle services are suspended effective immediately and until further notice.
A Message from the Mayor's Office
Posted on Mar 25th, 2020
In order to protect community members, employees and visitors from the effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Mayor Sylvester Turner placed the city of Houston under a "Stay Home, Work Safe" Order. This act is an added layer of precaution and safety for Houston and Harris County communities.
The city of Houston is working closely with the Grocery Supply Industry to ensure that ample stock of produce, food products, water, pharmaceuticals and cleaning supplies are available in local stores. The city is asking that any neighborhood agreements or curfew restrictions be relaxed to allow for the delivery of grocery products and the staffing of distribution centers and neighborhood stores.
We are asking the citizens of Houston and Harris County to be patient, not panic and not stockpile products. The Grocery Industry is working hard to maintain their inventory and have assured us that there will be ample supply for Houstonians.
The Houston Health Department has opened a COVID-19 call center that operates from 9am - 7pm, Mon - Fri and 9am - 3 pm, Sat. Please call 832-393-4220 to speak to their staff.
You can also find information and updates on the Office of Emergency Management's website at http://HoustonEmergency.org/COVID19.
George Buenik, Director
Mayor's Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security
Important Message re: Briarhills Amenities and Use
Posted on Mar 21st, 2020
The Covid-19 virus is a rapidly growing threat with thousands of new cases in the US each day and over 30 confirmed cases in Harris County. The Briarhills POA Board would like to minimize the risk to the community in ways that it can control so effectively immediately the Briarhills Community Center will be closed for all events and the March 27th campout will be postponed to the Fall. The Easter egg hunt is also canceled. This decision is based on CDC and White House guidance to:
In addition, the Briarhills POA does not have the resources to properly disinfect and sanitize the Community Center between events. Any fees and deposits for planned events will be refunded in full.
At this time the playground, fields, tennis courts and basketball court will remain open, but we ask that you respect all government guidance around interactions in public.
These are difficult times but we will get through this together.
A Thank You from the Briarhills Fun Run Event!
Posted on Mar 6th, 2020
Thank you to all the neighbors that came out on Saturday February 29th to the first Love Briarhills Fun Run and to show their support toward The Project Playground Campaign! The event was very well attended – 190 registered and we raised over $3,000. This will be a big and multi-year project but this run was a great first kick-off event to it!
Special thanks to all of our wonderful sponsors: Sadaf Javaid Cognitive Psychiatry, BB's Tex-Orleans Café, Aurore Artus Coldwell Banker, Energy Realty, Maylis Curie and The Art Cellar. Also thank you to Family Point, for helping with the event logistics, Constantin Platon with O.A.K. GeoSciences for providing First Aid and race pictures, Adventure Kids Playcare for providing the entertainment, and Jennifer Champion and Date Shape for helping us with the warm up. Thank you as well to Monica Zhang from M&R Houston Event for helping out with the start and finish line set-up and to the Westside High School volunteers for their support along the route. Finally, thanks to the Briarhills POA and HOA, for their support and endorsement of the project and to the Playground Committee (Katy Bate, Meycy Zapata, Ivonne Brenner, Natalia Ibañez and Valerie Shaikh) for leading the project.
Please make sure to stay tuned for the Love Briarhills Fun Run next year! If you'd like to contact the committee please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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14300 Briarhills Parkway, Houston, TX 77077
P.O. Box 940548, Houston, TX 77094
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