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‘Yard of the Month’ Winner
August 2019 Yard of the Month Winner

Congratulations to the LOPEZ Family at 8115 Devonwood Lane for recognition as the August 2019 ‘Yard of the Month’! The following are also recognized, with August’s ‘Honorable Mention’ for doing a superb job in maintaining their yards in such a way that they enhance the overall appeal of the entire community: JENKINS Family at 8203 Thetford Lane, RIDZON Family at 8223 Brinkworth Lane, STYLES/RODGERS Family at 14522 Ravenhurst Lane, and LEE Family at 14603 Ravenhurst Lane.
 
Please be sure to visit the Photo Gallery for photos of all ‘Yard of the Month’ homes, in addition to homes recognized with the monthly ‘Honorable Mention’.
 
The ‘Yard of the Month’ program begins in April and continues through October. Residents may nominate homes for next month’s Yard of the Month recognition, by using the Contact Us email feature, and by directing nominations to the Landscape Director.
 
2019 July 4th Photos!
Independence Day Photos
Happy Fourth of July 2019 Slideshow! We heartily celebrated Independence Day and truly appreciate our freedom now more than ever! See some of the fun and festivity in our slideshow - and many thanks to photographer Caren Green for capturing these great moments!
 
2019 Annual Meeting Recap
2019 Homeowners Association Annual Meeting was Thursday May 2nd 7pm

Thank you to all of you who attended the recent 2019 Annual Meeting of the Membership and Board Election! You can find a copy of the Annual Meeting presentation and minutes in the Maintenance Association section of the website to catch you up if you were unable to attend. A Board election was held to seat 3 members and we want to welcome incoming Board Members Erin Stapleton, Pete Lugo and Ernesto Avellaneda! We look forward to see what our new rookies bring to the table and greatly appreciate their willingness to volunteer!

But we also want to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to outgoing Board members Mark White, Luis Dunavin and Jesse Green. Combined, these three members have volunteered their time and efforts to the community for over 10 years! Mark has been an instrumental part of the website creation, updates and maintenance to the pool facilities, community events organization, Nite of Lites publicity, etc. Luis devoted his time toward the facilities operation, deed restriction enforcement, swim team organization, security and community events as well. Jesse put his time in as clubhouse coordinator, security liaison, pest control, trash liaison, deed restriction enforcement, ACC committee and a lot of other hands on assistance where needed. We can’t thank these volunteers enough for what they have provided to the community and they will be missed!

 
2019 Annual Association Assessment
Click for more info on 2019 assessmentsPursuant to the Association’s governing documents, property owners are hereby notified that the annual assessment for 2019 will increase, by $18, to $648.00 per lot. The Board of Directors would like to again offer each property owner the opportunity to divide their annual assessment into four (4) incremental payments of $162.00 to assist those who might have a hardship in paying the fee in one lump sum. Please note that the entire 2019 assessment must be paid in full and received by the due date, March 31, 2019, to avoid late or legal fees.

Property owners interested in making incremental payments will find four (4) coupons enclosed, in their mailed assessment notification, for use in mailing these payments to the processing center. The suggested due dates for incremental payments are as follows: December 15, 2018, January 15, 2019, February 15, 2019 and March 15, 2019. Property owners may certainly opt to pay their entire 2019 assessment in a single payment by the due date (March 31, 2019) and decline the advantage of the incremental payment option.

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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.
 
Parks Around Prestonwood
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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 filled with mature oaks and pines - and closely located to an elementary school and several Harris County parks. Prestonwood Forest homeowners take pride in their homes and in our neighborhood community. Prestonwood Forest homeowners enjoy our many neighborhood amenities and services, which include two (2) unique swimming pool facilities, two (2) tennis facilities, and our neighborhood clubhouse. In addition, Prestonwood Forest is known for its long tradition of family-focused events and organizations - where active participation of all homeowners is encouraged.
 
The Prestonwood Forest Online website and e-newsletter are the official media for the Prestonwood Forest community and are 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, 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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