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!
07/03/19 - Although the community center and pool are open and available for use, please be aware that minor work is still ongoing. There is a punch list of items that the builder is working to complete and some things are temporary fixes in order to have us up and running. Please be patient if everything is not 100% done at this time. We know there is works still to be done! Thank you.
POA Board Elections: Calling for Candidates
Posted on Jul 8th, 2019
The election for new POA Board members will be this September. Every Briarhills POA homeowner currently residing in the neighborhood is eligible to run for the Board. Now is a good time to start thinking whether you can be a part of this great opportunity to be involved in the management of our neighborhood.
The Briarhills POA Board is comprised of seven members – The Directors. Three Directors seats are up for election this year. After the new Directors are elected, all five will get together to vote for the Officers of the Board: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Directors are also assigned specific duties such as: Architectural Control, Safety, Pool Management, Maintenance, and Community Relations.
Interested candidates need to provide a written bio to include their professional background and their interest in running as well as any other information they wish to share with the other residents for why they should vote for them. These descriptions will be published in the August edition of the Briarbeat for distribution to all the residents prior to the election. ALL CANDIDATE BIOS ARE DUE TO BACK TO THE POA FOR PUBLICATION BY NOON, JULY 14 VIA EMAIL ONLY.
If you have any questions, or would like to talk to one of the current Directors, please contact the POA office.
4th of July Parade and Community Event
Posted on Jun 24th, 2019
The planning and organizing of the 4th of July Parade and Community Event is well underway. Parade participants should plan to gather at the corner of Coachlight and Swiss Hill at 10:45 a.m. on July 4th. The parade will start at 11 a.m. and move down Swiss Hill to Stoney Hill and then west on Briarhills Parkway. It will end at the Briarhills Park, Community Center and Pool.
Decorated bikes, scooters, strollers, wagons, parents, children and puppies (must be on a leash) are highly encouraged. Get creative and let's see your red, white and blue, Briarhills!
James Coney Island hot dogs, chips and drinks will be served after the parade and there will be lots of fun activities such as inflatables, face painter, photo booth, music and more. All families are invited to attend and celebrate.
A big THANK YOU!
Posted on Jun 23rd, 2019
Thank you to all of our volunteers that came out this weekend to help with the landscaping project. A big THANK YOU to the Steinhoff family for planning and organizing the event. Our amenities are looking better than ever! Stay tuned for more work days to be announced!
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
Community Projects Volunteer Meeting
Tuesday, August 27th, 5:30 p.m. at Briarhills Community Center - 14300 Briarhills Parkway
Resident volunteers interested in helping with various community projects are encouraged to attend this meeting. Residents from Briarhills POA, HOA and Terraces on Memorial are all invited!
|BPOA Management Office|
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Monday
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Saturday
and by appointment
14300 Briarhills Parkway, Houston, TX 77077
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.
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.