The Timbergrove Manor Civic Club is a non-profit organization charged with caring for our amazing neighborhood, and it’s all made possible by the support of our gracious members.
Membership dues are $30 per voting person for a calendar year or $60 for two voting members per household. This price is significantly less than most HOAs and allows us to sustain Timbergrove Manor as one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Houston. So what exactly does TMCC do? Here are some select efforts:
Annually, TMCC hosts an Easter Egg Hunt, Fourth of July Ice Cream Social, SnowFest and a variety of other membership socials. Hundreds of Timbergrove Manor residents attend and
love these unique events. While most of our organizing and staffing is done by volunteer neighbors, we have terrific sponsors that help to offset costs.
Environmental Affairs & Civic Engagement
Our Environmental Affairs Committee is very active in the maintenance and development of our neighborhood parks and spearheads involvement with sensitive projects like Bryce St Treatment Station. They also actively works with Super Neighborhood Council 14 and other city and county entities to ensure our neighborhood is maintained and improved.
Deed Restrictions & Design Review
We have a thoughtful and diligent Committee focused on ensuring that deed restrictions are understood and observed.
This Committee works hand in hand with our Design Review Committee as it guides residents through remodeling or building new homes in the neighborhood.
In addition to a legacy of support from the HPD Citizen Patrol program, TMCC retains a private security provider, S.E.A.L. Security Solutions, to police the neighborhood with year-round patrols. This includes regular patrols and a hotline for all residents and special benefits, including vacation watch services, alarm response and home security reviews for paid security supporters.