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July Fourth Thanks!
Thank You!
 

Many thanks to all volunteers and parade participants for another spectacular day of family fun for the Prestonwood Forest community! The fantastic 4th of July ‘Parade, Picnic and Pool Activities’ best illustrates how our unique community ‘runs and funs’ on resident-volunteer energy!

A special thanks to:

Pam and Bob Hughes for generously donating many hundreds of the small American flags, again this year!

Bonnie and Pat O’Neill and the Prestonwood Forest Block Captains for their time and energy to place all of the donated flags in front of 786 Prestonwood Forest homes!

• Parade Committee volunteers; Claudette McCamley, Renee Thompson and Larry Hogan for their time, and efforts in organizing the Parade participants and starting this year’s Parade.

Gary Craig, Ted Karis, J.R. Allen, Derryl York, John Broadfoot and the Prestonwood Forest Utility District for, again, underwriting the ‘Picnic in the Park’ food services for our residents and their holiday guests. (James Coney Island served our residents and guests 880 hotdogs in 2 hours – about 7 hotdogs per minute!)

Jim Schier and the Knights of Columbus Color Guard for proudly displaying the ‘Stars and Stripes’ and leading the Parade along with the ROTC Color Guard

• Our very important ‘First Responders’- The Cypress Creek Volunteer Fire Department for entertaining all on the parade route with an impressive array of vehicles and providing the very popular fire hose ‘shower’ after the parade! - Brent Cook and the Harris County Constable Precinct 4 Office, for their participation and for ensuring the safety of Parade participants!

Sherri Carey and her team at High Sierra Management for once again coordinating a long list of activities, extending parade invitations and performing the event’s procurement tasks.

• The Prestonwood Forest Maintenance Association board members, Luis Dunavin, Jesse Green, Larry Hogan, Chris Collins, Chad Catlett, Steve Jackson and Mark White who generously donated their time and energy with event-day activities, from area setup to assisting with food-services and with the always ‘exciting’ post-event cleanup tasks.

ALL of the individual and group parade participants, with everyone and everything decked out in the “red, white and blue”, for making this another fun and festive Parade! Please be sure to visit this website’s “Event Photo Gallery” to contribute your photos of the 4th of July Parade, Picnic and Pool Activities, and view those contributed by your friends and neighbors! The next Prestonwood community event is the “Fall Festival” - please watch for an upcoming announcement of that event’s ‘Planning Meeting’. Resident volunteers are essential to the success and evolution of Prestonwood’s family events, and participation is open to all.
 
 
July Pool Hours
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Recreation Access Cards
Online Recreation Access Card Request Form
Please remember that Recreation Access Cards are issued only one-time to each residence and that new cards are not re-issued each year. Previously issued cards are remotely enabled/disabled each year based on timely payment of the annual assessment dues.
 
Each lot (physical address within the community) is issued one (1) ‘Recreation Access Card’ , which will be assigned through the duration of residency in the community and will work year-round – pursuant to each facility’s posted hours of operation and usage policy.
 
Please be sure to reference the ‘Recreation Access Card’ Policy and the Pool, Tennis and Clubhouse Information pages for important facility access details.
The ‘Recreation Access Card’ is required at all times to enter and use the Pool/Tennis/Clubhouse Facilities. Residences that have not previously requested cards, may request their household’s card through the convenient Online Request Form.
 
Lost or stolen cards will be reissued for a fee of $10.00 payable to PFMA.
 
Beginning in 2016, ‘Recreation Access Card’ and proximity card readers at the pools, tennis courts and clubhouse combine the functionality of (and have replaced) the old pool tag and facility key access methods.
 
Important: Each access card coding is assigned to a specific Prestonwood Forest house address and all entry/exit at each facility is digitally recorded. Therefore, it is very important NOT to let anyone other than your household use your Recreation Access Card.
 
If you have any questions, please contact a High Sierra representative, through this website’s Contact Us feature.
 
2017 Hurricane Season
Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Season is June 1 through November 30 and we want to remind everyone of tips to help keep you and your family safe and prepared.
 
Be proactive. Have a family discussion about what you will do, where you will go and how you will communicate with each other when a storm threatens.  Also, create a disaster kit for supplies and make sure your property insurance and flood insurance are up to date. Finally, know your evacuation route and listen to local authorities as a storm approaches.
 
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2017 Annual Association Assessment

Pursuant to the Association’s governing documents, property owners are hereby notified that the annual assessment for 2017 will remain at $618.00 per lot. Many capital improvements and repairs have been performed and are still needed, creating the need to remain at the current level in 2017 to adequately replenish and continue funding the reserves.

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Prestonwood Forest Community Events
Prestonwood Forest Family Events

In Prestonwood Forest, family-oriented events for our residents are established traditions. Prestonwood family events span the four seasons and include the: Easter Egg Hunt, Independence Day Parade & Picnic, Fall Festival and Nite of Lites. Homeowner committees are an essential part of planning and implementing these annual events and participation is open to all of our residents.

Be sure to visit this website often for late-breaking updates and the Event’s dates and times. Residents who would like to be part of Event planning and implementation are welcome to Contact Us for more information. Everyone is invited to share Event photos for inclusion in the Photo Gallery slideshows – and to view those submitted by our friends and neighbors!

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Welcome to Prestonwood Forest Online
Welcome to Prestonwood

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restonwood Forest, in northwest Houston, is a quiet, family-oriented community of homeowners who take pride in our neighborhood and encourage the active participation of all residents. Prestonwood Forest Online is the official website for the Prestonwood Forest community and is maintained by the Prestonwood Forest Maintenance Association.
 
The mission of Prestonwood Forest Online is to ensure that residents of Prestonwood Forest remain well-informed about the Association's Amenities and Services and the Official Neighborhood Events. Prestonwood Forest Online also augments the Association’s monthly homeowners meetings, providing an additional method of communication and a greater opportunity for residents to be heard.

Thank you for visiting and check back often. Please contact the Board of Directors if you have any questions about this website or the Prestonwood Forest community.
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