New Deed Restriction Enforcement Policy

     New Deed Restriction Enforcement Policy
A new and improved Deed Restriction Enforcement Policy was voted on and adopted at our regular board meeting on June April 10th 2013. The new policy addresses several questions and concerns that have been raised by members during the last few years. We believe that this proposed policy builds on the best in our current enforcement policy and improves it in the following ways.
  •  A statute of limitation (6 months) added to deed restriction violation enforcement policy.
  • The new policy uses clarifying language and removes ambiguity.
  • Fines assessed on the 3rd notice instead of 2nd notice
  • New requirement for HOA to send notification prior to self correction action (eg. forced mow)
Please click below to review the new policy. New Deed Restriction Enforcement policy

Pool Season Start on Saturday May 25th

     2013 Pool Season Start on Saturday May 25th
Missed pool registration?  It is not too late to get registered for the 2013 pool season. Please come by the pool during normal pool hours with the following documentation and the lifeguards will assist you with getting registered.
  • Picture ID (Registration must be done by adult)
  • Tenants will need a utility bill showing their Laurel Oaks Address.
  • Read and agree to the HOA Pool Rules & Regulations.

Introducing Our New Partner

     Introducing Our New Partner
In our continued effort to improve the services offered by our Association to its members the Board has signed an agreement with Houston Community Management Services to handle Deed Restriction Enforcement. Houston Community Management Services will take over the twice-a-month community inspections effective June 1st 2013.