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Virtual Community Engagement Meeting, October 12th at 6:30 P.M.

Virtual Community Engagement Meeting, October 12th at 6:30 P.M. The Harris County Flood Control District will hold a Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for the South Rice and Chimney Rock Bridges and Meyergrove Stormwater Detention Basin construction projects. This meeting aims to inform residents about the status of the upcoming construction projects in Brays Bayou and share project information. The bridges

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Updating Your Contact Information

Homeowners, we are in the process of verifying our records and verifying that we have the correct contact information for our property owners. Due to the current pandemic and the remodeling/rebuilding process for much of the association we are trying to verify that we can contact you timely with important information or correspondence regarding your property. For the convenience of

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Meyerland Traffic Safety

There has been a considerable increase in vehicles violating speed limits within Meyerland recently. This is a particularly dangerous situation with the large number of children, and adults who are walking, riding bicycles, or jogging along our streets at all hours of the day. Adding to this complexity is the current bridge work at Hillcroft and the planned bridge work

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UPDATED…Flood control improvements on south braeswood to affect access at Millbury starting Monday, August 10th

The work to improve the drainage in our area continues in phases. Unfortunately, this progress sometimes comes at a cost. We watched the beautiful old trees on a South Braeswood esplanade come down to allow for the installation of important drainage improvements. The landscaping plan for the basins has been well publicized (click HERE for the proposed basin landscaping plan), but any plans for other affected grounds are still a work in progress.

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MCIA Office Temporarily Closed to Visitors

Due to the current situation with COVID-19, the MCIA Office is temporary closed for visitors until further notice. If you have documents to drop off, please leave them in the mailbox outside of the office entrance. MCIA staff will continue to answer the telephone during business hours at (713) 729-2167 as well as respond to emails (the general email address

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