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

Help keep the neighborhood safe during storm cleanup

Precinct 5 Constables have requested resident help to run-off and help discourage scavengers from piles of debris at flooded homes. 

Many residents have begin to place damaged items at the curb and others have begun to scour those piles for things they may want. 
Not only do they cause a traffic issue but  there are also safety issues. 

Additionally, you might need to hold on to these items for insurance adjusters if you have not FULLY documented losses with photographs. 

DO NOT CONFRONT SOMEONE AGGRESSIVELY OR PUT YOURSELVES IN DANGER and Contact Constable at 281.463.6666 if assistance is needed


Information about Insurance Claims

In the spirit of keeping you as informed as possible, we wanted to send an email regarding House Bill 1774. This bill, which goes into effect September 1, 2017 is designed to discourage frivolous lawsuits stemming from weather related insurance claims. The law limits the ability for homeowners to hold their insurance company accountable for wrongfully denied, underpaid, or when claims are not paid out in a timely manner.

The single-most important thing you can do is to file your claim by Thursday, August 31, 2017.  You can file a claim even if you have not returned to your home.  It is important that you file the claim, and then when you can safely do so, return to your home to begin the documentation and recovery process.

A few reminders:

Document and photograph everything. Serial numbers, books, anything touched by water should be logged and photographed.

Call 3-1-1 and let them know you were flooded.

For now, our office remains closed.  

Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions you may have.  

We will do our best to replay as quickly as we can.

We will be in touch via email and our Facebook page with updates to office hours or additional information.


Flood Resources

Meyerland has once again suffered a devastating flood event. 

We want to make you aware of the following resources that you may need immediately. 

More information will be made available as soon as we have it. 


Emergency Contact Numbers: 

    911 immediate life threatening emergency only, NOT flood rescue (STAY ON THE LINE, DO NOT HANG UP)

    Houston Police Flood Rescue 713-221-6000

    Harris County Sheriff Flood Rescue 713-221-6000

    National Guard Command Center 281-464-4854

    Evacuation routes 800-452-9292

    Houston TranStar 713-881-3000

    Information and non-emergency aid

        City of Houston help line 311

        Elderly, disabled rescue 211

        City of Houston Office of Emergency Management 713-884-4500

        Red Cross Houston 713-526-8300

        Centerpoint Energy reporting 1-800-752-8036

        Texas Attorney General 1-800-621-0508



2017 Home Elevation Grants

The City of Houston, in partnership with the Texas Water Development Board, will submit a grant application on behalf of interested homeowners to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for the Flood Mitigation Assistance (FMA) Grant.  This grant will request funds for elevation of flood-prone homes.

Who Is Eligible?

Homeowners must have flood insurance from FEMA's National Flood Insurance Program. The flood insurance must be effective at the time the grant application is submitted and be maintained throughout the grant process. The cost to raise your home must be less than the estimated amount of future flood claim payments.

The deadline for homeowners to submit their information to the City of Houston is Friday, August 25, 2017 at 5 pm.
For more information and to apply, please click here.

You may also attend the 2017 FMA Home Elevation Grant Informational Meeting: 

Date:  Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Time:  6:30 pm

Place:  Metropolitan Multi-Service Center

          1475 W. Gray St., Houston, TX 77019

Please visit for frequently asked questions. For additional questions, contact the City's Floodplain Management Office at (832) 394-8854 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Council Member Mike Laster
900 Bagby, 1st Floor
Houston, TX 77002

Office (832) 393 - 3015
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NEW MCIA Fee Policy

This following fee policy was approved by the MCIA Board of Directors on February 13, 2017. Effective May 1st, 2017 MCIA will reinstate architectural fees and institute changes to some of our existing fees. 

This fee policy becomes effective May 1st and supersedes any prior policy or part of a prior policy that relates to the same matter.

Property Related Fees

Interest Fees for Delinquent Accounts

Maintenance fees assessed per annum (in DRs) - 10% per annum of delinquent 

Title Transfer Fee - $200

Refinance Fee - $100

Resale Certificate Fee - $250

Construction Related Fees:  (construction related fees have been waived through March 31, 2018)

New Construction Fee - $1,000

Limited to construction of a new residence

Major Renovation Fee - $500

Generally includes - major addition/change to a major structure, including but not limited to, addition to house/garage, garage conversion, &/or swimming pool. Shall not include routine maintenance, including new doors, windows, fence, driveway, or roof.

Administrative and Legal Fees:

Document Duplication Fee - As allowable by law

Recovery Fee (Letter for past due Assessments) - $25

Property Code or Deed Restriction Violation Notification Fee - $50

This fee is limited to those letters commonly known as "209 letters".

This fee shall not apply to initial or follow up violation notices prior to a "209" letter.

Forced Yard Maintenance Fee - Greater of actual costs or $85 (minimum)

Legal Fees - Reasonable and necessary Attorney and Legal Fees

Returned Check Fee - $25



2017 MCIA Annual Meeting

Meyerland Community Improvement Association

2017 Annual Meeting

Thursday, March 23, 2017

7:00pm at Lovett Elementary

2017 Annual Meeting Agenda


Every year the Meyerland Community Improvement Association meets with its membership for a “State of the Union” address. City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner will be our special guest speaker. 

2017-2018 Board elections will take place at the meeting and new board members will be announced.

Residents will learn about the activities of the Board over the past year and hear the direction for the new year to come.  Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to cast your ballot for the new directors before the meeting starts. Besides learning more about our local issues, the meeting is a great opportunity to socialize with your neighbors and enjoy tasty refreshments.

Ballots were mailed out in early March.

If you need a ballot, you can print a copy of the 2017 Director Ballot to turn in BEFORE the meeting begins.


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