Meyerland Community Improvement Association
4999 W. Bellfort
Houston, TX  77035
  Phone  713-729-2167

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MCIA is actively sharing information with residents about flood recovery and resources that are available to residents.  All Meyerland residents are encouraged to sign up to receive communication from MCIA via email. 

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Proposed Deed Restrictions

We are happy to announce that proposed revisions to the first 10 sets of Deed Restrictions are available for review. While not every section is ready for review at this time, please know that the Deed Restriction Renewal Committee is working diligently to revise and propose changes for the remaining sections. If your section is not listed below, please know that you will soon see a proposed, revised set of restrictions for review.

Sections which have proposed revisions available below: 

Should you prefer a paper copy, please come to the office; we will have hardcopies of the proposed sets available for distribution. 

Section 3 Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 3 Comparison Log

Section 4 Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 4 Comparison Log

Section 5 Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 5 Comparison Log

Section 6 Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 6 Comparison Log

Section 6A Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 6A Comparison Log

Section 6B Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 6B Comparison Log

Section 8B Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 8B Comparison Log

Section 8E Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 8E Comparison Log

Section 8F Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 8F Comparison Log

Section 8G Amended Deed Restrictions - for review and comment

Section 8G Comparison Log

Comments regarding proposed changes will be accepted through December 4th, 2017 via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  You should reference your section number and/or address in the subject line.  Due to the volume of work in the office right now, it is requested that you use email to communicate questions/concerns. 

All changes are reflective of survey results, a desire for consistency throughout the Association, and committee discussion. Provisions such as single family dwelling, minimum lot sizes, frontages, setback lines, and minimum square footage of a dwelling have not changed from the original deed restrictions.

We feel that the proposed documents allow you greater flexibility in what you can build, where you can build it, and better use of the space on your lot. 

It is recommended that you read the proposed set thoroughly and submit comments via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by the December 4th deadline.  Committee will reconvene after that date to address any changes based on comments from legal review, the Board, and lot owners. The goal is to present the Board, for approval, a final proposed set for signature at the next monthly board meeting. 

 

MCIA Board Meeting

The Meyerland Community Improvement Association Board of Directors monthly meeting will be held on Monday, November 13th.  The meeting will be held at the Pilgrim Lutheran Church, located at 8601 Chimney Rock Road

The Board Meeting Agenda is be available for you to print prior to the meeting.  If you have business with the board, or are interested in Association business, please make plans to attend.  Visitors will be able to address the board during the visitor period at the very beginning of the meeting.

 The meeting will be called to order promptly at 7:30pm

 

Construction Expo

On Saturday, October 14th, 2017, the Meyerland Community Improvement Association will be hosting a Construction Expo from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Lovett Elementary (8814 S. Rice Ave.). 

Participating vendors include architects/designers, builders, remodeling/repair contractors, and elevation companies. The event will be exposition style, with individual tables set for each vendor.  In addition to the below listed exhibitors, MCIA will have table(s) with information regarding the application process and rules. 

All proceeds from vendor registration will be donated to the PTO’s of Meyerland area public

Food and refreshments will be provided. 

Alphabetical list of exhibitors include:

Alleanza Custom Homes

Arkitektura Development

Blum Custom Builders & Remodeling

Cason Graye, Llc

Coventry Homes

David Weekley Homes

Derek-James Homes

Design Tech Homes

Designing Dreams Here

Habitat Construction

Incredible Renovations, Llc

Janusz Design, Llc

Kurk Homes

Mc Vaugh Custom Homes

Meritage Homes Llc

On Point Custom Homes

Parikh Architecture And Jipeli Construction

Partners In Building

Peter/Miller Architects

Planet Three Elevation

Raymark Construction

Rice Residential Design, Llc

Sunny Rock International

Titan Life Time Foundation

We look forward to seeing you there!”

Deed Restriction Survey - Feedback requested

The Deed Restriction Renewal Committee is working expeditiously to revise Deed Restrictions for the Association. 

We have created a generalized set of Deed Restrictions to give you an idea of what the most recent Sections have moved toward. You can view that document here.  

In addition, we have created a survey to receive feedback on the changes which are most impactful to the way you can build and live on your lot.

We ask that you take the following steps to partner with us.  The survey will be only available through October 9th, 2017. Please make every effort to communicate your input prior to that time. Only one response per address.

Please note that Sections 1, 7C, 8i, and 8D have recently been revised and are not up for renewal.  For those Sections, we are surveying for information in anticipation of a possible future revision.

Please use the ‘Find Your Section Tool’ on the MCIA website.  It can be found here.

Please read your current set of Deed Restrictions.  They can be found here.

Complete the survey, which can be found here.  Please note, you MUST know in which Section your home is located in order to take the survey.

Any feedback regarding your current set of Deed Restrictions and their revision should be communicated to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or mailed to the MCIA office at the below address.  The comments period is not subject to the survey date, but communicating your thoughts quickly is strongly encouraged.

Meyerland Community Improvement Association
Attn: Deed Restriction Renewal Committee
4999 West Bellfort
Houston, TX 77035

We look forward to receiving your feedback.

Harvey Storm Debris Pickup

Storm Debris Pick-up Update  

As the City of Houston continues FEMA contracted debris pick-up in Meyerland, here are a few updates and pointers:

Pick-up is being done in two phases and the second phase will not begin until everyone has had the first pick-up.   Because each home is generating up to 1-1/2 tractor trailers of debris, the process will take time.

You can make the process faster and easier!

  • Make sure debris are placed no deeper than 10 feet from the curb, away from trees, light posts, fire hydrants, and other obstacles otherwise FEMA trucks cannot service it.
  • Keep the street clear of vehicles which will block access ot make sure someone is available to move a vehicle quickly
  • Contact 311 and request a pick-up for your address. (Multiple request calls are not needed, as an address is recorded once for pick-up.) To avoid phone wait times, use the website (www.houstontx.gov/311) to Report Harvey Debris

For the second phase, the City asks that debris be separated into

1) construction & demolition debris
2) appliances
3) electronics
4) household hazardous waste (paint, oil, pesticides, etc.)
5) normal household
6) vegetative debris. 

See www.houstonsolidwaste.org for more information and updates.  If you need help to sort debris, relocate debris curbside, or other free assistance, please call the City at 211 and request volunteer help.

please see the pictured sorting guide below for the second phase pickup. 

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