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

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.

 

Join the MCIA Board of Directors

Every year about one half of the potentially twenty-three Board of Directors seats
are up for election. We encourage all of our owners to consider taking on this
important role in ensuring each section is represented. If you are interested in
running for one of these board positions, the following is what you will
need to know.

 

Board member responsibilities:

  • The members of the Board of Directors are required to follow the Code of Ethics (found on the Meyerland website/About MCIA/Board of Directors)
  • Mandatory board meetings are held on the second Monday of every month and usually last between one and two hours.
  • There are two and sometimes three additional events annually all Directors are required to attend and assist at (such as the Annual Meeting or Afternoon in the Park).
  • Board members discuss and determine appropriate actions to take regarding financial, legal, management and contract issues (such as building annual budgets, enforcing of the association documents, and establishing and/or updating sound rules and policies, among other things).
  • Board members must participate in, and guide, committees ensuring appropriate actions are taken to support that which is in the best interest of the association membership.

Additional dates you will be required to attend events:

Please note that the election of the Board of Directors will take place on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at Lovett Elementary. Attendance at this Annual Meeting by those running for a board seat is not mandatory.


Communicating your candidacy:

Should you choose to run for a board seat in your section, you will need to email your intent to the MCIA secretary, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  In your email, please include your name, property address, section, a biography about yourself and state your reason for running for a board seat.  Please include a photo of your face in jpeg format.  This information must be received by February 13, 2017 in order to be included on the printed ballot mailed to residents in March.  If you decide you would like to run as a write-in candidate for the board after the publication date, you must make that decision by noon on March 22nd.  In that event, your information will be posted at the Annual Meeting for review by all who present their ballots at the meeting


Open Board seats:

All sections have at least one Director's position open.

 

 

Area Flood Concerns

A meeting was held Thursday evening, Oct 27, at the ERJCC hosted by the Citizens Solution to Houston Flooding.  Both Mayor Pro Tem Ellen Cohen and Keynote speaker Chief Resilience Office Steve Costello addressed a group of approximately 100 area residents.  Mr. Costello presented his plans to tackle the problem of flooding in the area then stayed after for over an hour to answer questions from the audience.  He stated that he is a “one man show” but he will respond personally to all communications he receives regarding topics he can supply the answer to and will share the request with others in cases where he does not have those answers.  

Below is his contact information.  Please reach out to him with your flood concern.  

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Office: 832-393-0811

Petition to create Civility Zone

There has been an increase in panhandlers hanging around the esplanades and on the sidewalks at 610 and Beechnut, North and South Braeswood, and at the South Post Oak overpass.  We have learned that there is an organized group who has taken on the challenge to remove these panhandlers from the area.

The Greater South Post Oak/West Bellfort Coalition in conjunction with area businesses, schools and homeowners associations are working together to create a  “civility zone”

Read more: Petition to create Civility Zone

Rebuilding in Meyerland

If you have made the decision to construct a new home in Meyerland, there are few things you need to know.

It is important that you begin your process with us.

Make an appointment to speak with Randi Cahill in the Meyerland office.

Read more: Rebuilding in Meyerland

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