Meyerland Community Improvement Association
Meyerland is for families. In fact, we were rated a top 10 place to raise a family in Houston by Niche.com in 2019! We have a beautiful section of Brays
While we experienced a few years of flooding, we are the face of resilience for Houston. Meyerland is rebuilding and improving not only our homes but also our flood infrastructure
Our homeowner’s association, the Meyerland Community Improvement Association, or MCIA, is locally staffed with our own employees that are committed to our residents. Our office is located close by at
Meyerland has a rich history as an incredible community. Did you know that then Vice President Richard Nixon cut the ribbon to our grand opening, which featured a parade of
Meyerland is one of the centers of Houston’s activity. Did you know that the Brays Bayou nature trail in the heart of Meyerland runs continuously over 33 miles and connects
The Brays Bayou and Meyerland Associations are teaming up to bring an all-important City of Houston MAYORAL FORUM to the community. This forum is for
If you have rebuilt or elevated your home in Meyerland, you may have received a note from your mail carrier stating that your mailbox is
The Harris County Flood Warning System measures rainfall amounts and monitors water levels in bayous and major streams. This system is designed to inform us of dangerous rainfall levels.
Please be advised that effective July 1st, 2019, Architectural fees will be reinstated. For more information, please refer to the MCIA Fee Policy
Deed restrictions for several sections are now complete and ready for owner signature. You may come in to sign during office hours any day as
by Jennifer Claridge Meyerland residents, many rebuilding after Harvey, have been watching the new Kolter Elementary building emerging on the northern edge of Godwin Park.
Dear Meyerland Residents Here are a few quick home maintenance reminders: Yard Maintenance Yard Work-It’s that time again to get your yard work done on