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Landscaping After Snowpocalypse 2021!

Winter Storm 2021 Since the sun is out and temperatures are warming, it’s time to get started on spring cleanup for our freeze damaged yards. Once you’ve cleared out the plants that did not survive the cold, consider it an opportunity to replace them with hardier substitutes that might have a better chance if we see freezing temperatures again in the future. But remember that a complete refurbishment of or change to your existing landscape design will require prior approval from the homeowners association, including tree removals/replacements. Replacing a few dead plants here and there does not require application or approval and we will certainly be giving everyone a few more weeks to get things cleaned up. But don’t wait too long because spring is around the corner and we want our community to be beautiful and flourish during the coming months. So here are a few helpful tips from our friends at Texas A&M to help you determine what is needed in your yard!
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Yard of the Month for 2021 – Resumes in May
2021 Yard of the Month

The monthly “Yard of the Month” program to recognize outstanding efforts by our homeowners, will begin in May, rather than April as in all previous years – due to significant efforts needed to recover from February’s unprecedented snow and sub-freezing temperatures!
The Prestonwood Forest “Yard of the Month” program is dedicated to improving the quality of living and appearance of our community. We encourage residents to take pride in their homes and neighborhood. In turn, we look to celebrate those who do a superior job in maintaining their yards in such a way that they enhance the overall appeal of the entire community.

Please be sure to visit the Photo Gallery for a slide show of previous ‘Yard of the Month’ award winners and ‘Honorable Mention’ homes !
 
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.
 
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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