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.
2020 Annual Statements
Posted on Dec 17th, 2019
The 2020 annual statements were mailed to each property owner on December 1st. If you have not received your statement, please contact us to request another copy.
Dues must be paid through Mutual of Omaha's payment processing center (see below instructions). Please do not send payments to the BPOA's mailing address. Payments received after February 28, 2020 will be assessed a $100 late fee.
Option 1: Pay online:
(There is no fee to pay by e-check however there is a 2.95% convenience fee if paying by credit card)
Click the hyperlink: mutualpaypropertypay.com
Management ID: 3138
Association ID: BH17
Account Number: Please reference the account number noted on your statement
Option 2: Pay by mail:
Send payments and remittance coupon to:
PO BOX 52337
Phoenix, AZ 85072-2337
*Please reference management id, association id and account # on your check
Thank you for your fellowship and donations!
Posted on Dec 12th, 2019
The Briarhills POA Board Members would like to thank those who attended our Holiday Fellowship and Charity Drive on Thursday, December 12th. We had lots of fun and enjoyed getting to know neighbors while sipping on hot cocoa! In addition to the wonderful fellowship, lots of folks brought much appreciated donations in the form of shampoos, conditioners and coats for the Easter Seals Foundation of Greater Houston. While the adults were mingling, the children wrote letters to Santa to benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation through Macy's Believe Campaign. Maria Galiotos, of the Briarhills POA Board, happily and proudly delivered the donations to the Easter Seals and to Macy's Believe the very next day! We are very fortunate to live in a community with such kind and generous neighbors. Thank you again to all who participated and a special thanks to Beans Cafe for the yummy hot cocoa and cookies. We look forward to hosting more community events in the New Year!
“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 Planning Meeting
Tuesday, January 28th, 5:30 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
Please join the Landscape Committee on Tuesday, January 28th from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. to discuss and plan upcoming landscaping projects for our community. The focus of this month’s meeting will be to outline a plan for refurbishing the picnic benches at the next volunteer work day.
Outdoor Educational Workshop
Thursday, January 30th to Tuesday, June 16th, 6:00 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
Please join us for a FREE Outdoor Education Workshop led by Briarhills POA Resident, Constantin Platon. The workshops will be held on the below dates starting at 7 p.m. All Briarhills and Terraces on Memorial residents are invited.
FEBRUARY: 11 and 27
MARCH: 10 and 26
APRIL: 7 and 21
MAY: 5 and 19
JUNE: 2 and 16
Briarhills Adult Potluck Social
Friday, January 31st, 8:00 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
Single, kid-less, retired or just need an adult night out? Invite a neighbor and come to the Briarhills Community Center on Friday, January 31st for a fun “adult only” community get-together. Bring a food item to share (either a main dish, salad or dessert) and a drink of your choice (either alcoholic or not). Lite bites from the New District 7 – Energy Corridor location will be served. Please sign up here so we know how many to expect. We hope many of you can join us!
Volunteer Landscaping Work Day
Saturday, February 1st, 8:30 a.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
The Briarhills Landscape Committee needs many volunteers to help repair and repaint the picnic benches at the Briarhills Park. Please join us Saturday, February 1st from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. at the Briarhills Clubhouse. Please sign up here so we know how many to expect. Everyone is welcome!
POA Monthly Board Meeting
Tuesday, February 18th, 6:30 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
**NOTICE MEETING DATE HAS CHANGED**
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.
Briarhills Fun Run & Playground Fundraiser
Saturday, February 29th, TBD
Save the Date – you won’t want to miss this exciting event organized by the Briarhills Playground Committee. The Love Briarhills Fun Run is a community-wide 1 Mile & 5K Family Walk/Run held in the beautiful Briarhills neighborhood and Terry Hershey trail. Residents and non-residents are all welcome. Click here for more information and to register online.
|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
The access cards are used to access the tennis courts, unisex restroom, pool and community center.
Visit our Amenities Information page for information on how to obtain an access card.
Instructions for using the access cards:
*The card reader is very sensitive. Please keep your card down and away from the reader until you get to step 3.
1) Enter your PIN
2) Press the # symbol
3) Hold your card up to the card reader. The door will electronically unlock and you should then be able to enter.
If you do not follow the instructions exactly as written, the access control will shut down after 3 failed attempts and you will have to wait 5 minutes to retry. If you forgot your PIN, please contact us.
Visit our Community Center page for rental information and calendar availability.
Visit our Tennis Court page to reserve a tennis court (log-in required).
Visit our Swimming Pool page for pool calendar and information.
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.