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.
“Take a book, leave a book”
Posted on Nov 7th, 2019
Briarhills now has it’s very own Little Free Library thanks to Village High School student, Olivia Bangs, from the Terraces on Memorial Neighborhood. Olivia built the library for a school project that focused on creativity, activity and service (CAS). The library was installed by Olivia and her Father in early November and is located close to the playground along the sidewalk that connects the playground to the community center. The library operates on the principle of, “take a book, leave a book” so comb through your home library and share your favorite books with your neighbors. This Little Free Library will soon be listed on the Little Free Library World Map which shows the location of all official Little Free Libraries. Head to https://littlefreelibrary.org for more information on the program.
If you see Olivia please thank her for her wonderful addition to our neighborhood.
Landscape Project Phase II Complete
Posted on Oct 15th, 2019
A BIG THANK YOU to everyone that came out these past few weekends and volunteered their time to create the new pathways at the Briarhills Community Center. It was wonderful seeing neighbors come together and new friendships formed. We sure are fortunate to live in such a wonderful community!
This was an Eagle Scout project organized by Clayton Smith of Boy Scout Troop 47, which is sponsored by the Memorial Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Volunteers on the two project days came from families from the Memorial Ward, Troop 47, the Briarhills POA and HOA, Westside High School, plus Latter-day Saint missionaries assigned to the Memorial Ward and a neighboring congregation. We had 8 volunteers on October 5th and 51 volunteers on October 12th. WOW!
A special thank you to Dorete Steinhoff and Carolyn Klein for leading the Landscaping Committee and for you and your family's ongoing help.
Thank you also to The Ground Up, which sold the landscaping supplies at wholesale rates to support the Eagle Project. Please visit this local business and let them know how much we appreciate their support!
And finally, thank you to all that made monetary donations, paid for pizza and purchased tools and safety equipment. Every bit of help counts and this project would not have been possible without these generous donations.
Stay tuned for future work dates and volunteer opportunities!
POA Board Elections
Posted on Sep 1st, 2019
The purpose of the Annual Meeting is to elect (4) four homeowners to the Board of Directors.
At this time, there are (5) five candidates for (4) open seats on the Board of Directors. A bio for each of the candidates is below for your review. The elected directors shall assume office in the order of highest number of votes received.
All POA homeowners should have received an email with a voting registration number and instructions for how to vote online. If you did not receive this information, please contact the POA office.
Voters may also place their vote by paper ballot at the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00 p.m. Nominations may also be written in and accepted from the floor.
Voting ends at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 17th and the results will be announced shortly thereafter.
No Events at this time.
|BPOA Management Office|
Email the BPOA office using the Contact Us page
By appointment only
14300 Briarhills Parkway, Houston, TX 77077
P.O. Box 940548, Houston, TX 77094
Community Center - Reservations for the Community Center are available beginning, July 10th.
Reserve Tennis Court (log-in required)
Amenities Electronic Access Cards
(For Briarhills POA residents only; all others, contact your property manager)
Please contact the POA office to obtain electronic access cards to the Briarhills amenities.
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|
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.