The Woodwind Lakes Committees
The committees in Woodwind Lakes are responsible for planning activities for residents and for maintaining the appearance and standards of the neighborhood. If you have any questions or want to find out how you can become involved, please contact the appropriate committee.
The Homeowners Association Board of Directors
The Woodwind Lakes Homeowners Association Board is made up of 5 directors elected at the annual homeowners meeting held in October. Each director is elected to serve a two-year term and is charged with the duties outlined in the Amended By-Laws of Association of Woodwind Lakes Homeowners, Inc. Deed Restrictions (Article VII, Section 1) that is provided to every homeowner who purchases a home in our community. The board oversees all the architectural requests, capitol projects, budget, and works with Sterling Association Management Company and the Grounds Committee on the overall maintenance of the common properties.
The 5 member board oversee the needs of the 631 households and common areas in the WWL community. Although the directors are elected, it is a non-paid voluntary position and requires commitment and time. The HOA Board meets on the third Wednesday of every month starting at 5:30PM at the Windfern Forest Utility District building (14400 Mauna Loa at Gessner). All residents are welcome to attend these meetings and meet the board members. We are here to address the issues of our community and want to hear your concerns.
The Grounds Committee oversees the "Common Areas" which include the maintenance of the landscaped common grounds, three lakes, mailbox areas and cul-de-sacs.
This committee is made up of residents from all Woodwind Lakes (WWL) sections who volunteer their time to ensure our naturally wooded neighborhood continues to be a welcome place for its residents. The common areas are filled with native trees, plants, walking trails, lakes and wildlife. These areas also enhance our property values and quality of life.
Click here for the Woodwind Lakes Homeowners, Inc. Resolution Establishing Grounds Committee
Grounds Committee Members
A Message to Homeowners
We ask WWL homeowners to be active participants and help keep our community clean and safe by picking up trash and debris.
The Grounds Committee would love to hear your ideas or if you wish to participate contact the committee at WWLGrounds@gmail.com.
The Security Committee seeks to assist the HOA Board and the Homeowners to enhance collective security in our community.
Security Committee Members
Wilfred Krenek – email@example.com
Bob Magee – firstname.lastname@example.org
Marianne West - email@example.com
Ray Pavia - firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighborhood Watch Program
1) We need volunteers to serve as Street Captains to report any suspicious activity and keep others alert of any possible issues. Please contact any one of the committee members listed above to volunteer.
2) We encourage everyone to have a Woodwind Lakes Sticker on their rear window of their cars so we can identify the vehicle as a WWL resident. Please contact Sterling or one of the security committee members to get your car stickers. The correct sticker placement is the on the top left side of the rear window.
False Alarm Fee Changes
On January 8, 2013, Commissioners Court approved revisions in the Harris County Alarm Regulations. As a result the following will occur:
The number of free false alarm calls for a site with a CURRENT, VALID PERMIT has been reduced from five (5) to three (3). This now means that locations with a valid permit will start being billed on their 4th False Alarm instead of their 6th False Alarm.
Alarm sites WITHOUT A VALID PERMIT will continue to be invoiced for every false alarm incident that occurs while the site is without a permit. The false alarm charge remains at $75 per alarm incident.
The permit form can be found at Harris County Alarm Detail Click here.
Families of Woodwind Lakes Committee
The Families of WWL organizes functions in our community for the children of Woodwind Lakes. Some of the activities include the Easter Egg Hunt, Food Truck Events by the family pool during the Summer, the 4th of July Parade/Picnic and the National Neighborhood Night Out Celebration.
Safety Tips from the Constables Office for Summer 2016
Always remember to lock your house and vehicles when you’re not around them.
Do not leave valuable items in your car such laptops, phones and wallets.
Avoid parking your vehicles on the street or driveway, these are easy targets for theft and vandalism.
Report any and all suspicious activity – 281-376-3472
The kids needs to know that the citizens of the community will call the police when suspicious activity is going on.
Drive slower the kids are out playing and may run out into the street.
Make a complete stop at all community stop signs. Children may be out playing in the street.
Parents: An active child in summer programs is a child less likely to get into any mischief.
Call Dispatch - 281-376-3472