Updates

Buzz Off! Four ways to Prevent Mosquito Bites

Reprinted from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

West Nile virus. Chikungunya. Dengue fever. Zika. These mosquito-transmitted diseases are four good reasons to make repelling mosquitoes a priority. Below are some tips, based on the four Ds, to reduce your chance of […]

By | 2018-04-26T16:31:57+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Updates|Comments Off on Buzz Off! Four ways to Prevent Mosquito Bites

2018 Membership Campaign Update

by Jennifer Vickers & Crystal Neustadt

Due You Support TMCC?

Timbergrove Manor Civic Club relies on the financial support of dues-paying members to continue our work within the neighborhood. Yet, even with incredibly affordable rates, the number of contributing households has been […]

By | 2018-04-26T15:35:52+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Membership, Updates|Comments Off on 2018 Membership Campaign Update

TMCC Needs YOU!

By Jennifer Vickers

If you’re familiar with the Timbergrove Manor Civic Club, you may already know that all of our activities – from design review, neighborhood activities, coordinating private security patrols, organizing general meetings, and much, much more – are carried […]

By | 2018-05-04T10:34:41+00:00 April 26th, 2018|Updates|Comments Off on TMCC Needs YOU!

Design Review Committee Update

Approved Plans

January 7— approved plans for a new garage with attached breezeway roof to the main residence.
January 15 — approved plans for a two-story rear addition to 1610 Droxford Dr.

Plans Pending Review

Reviewing plans for a new two-story house to be built at 6117 Queenswood Ln. The current design indicates an exterior finish of cementitious (Hardie-plank) […]

By | 2018-03-02T11:49:15+00:00 March 2nd, 2018|Design Review, Design Review Status, Updates|Comments Off on Design Review Committee Update

Updates from Bryce Chemical Feed Station & Trailhead Park

As long-time Timbergrove Manor residents know, TMCC has spent many, many years actively working with the City of Houston and other entities to encourage resolution of a stinky problem — the wafting odor of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and its characteristic rotten egg smell from the Bryce St. Chemical Feed Station. In 2015 plans […]

By | 2018-02-24T14:48:21+00:00 February 24th, 2018|Updates|Comments Off on Updates from Bryce Chemical Feed Station & Trailhead Park

Neighborhood News

In Memory of Randy Beaman

With sadness, we report that long-time Timbergrove Manor resident Randall “Randy” Charles Beaman of Cindy Ln. passed away at the end of January.

A native Houstonian, Randy was an active TMCC member. In addition to regularly attending civic club meetings, he was a supporter of […]

By | 2018-02-24T14:22:58+00:00 February 24th, 2018|Updates|Comments Off on Neighborhood News

Super Neighborhood Council-14 News

 

The next Super Neighborhood Council 14 meeting dates are: April 12; June 14; August 9; October 11; and December 14. SNC-14 meets bi-monthly at Lazybrook Baptist Church, 1822 W. 18th Street, from 6:15 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. 

The February meeting was devoted […]

By | 2018-02-24T14:15:18+00:00 February 24th, 2018|SNC-14, Updates|Comments Off on Super Neighborhood Council-14 News

Give a Little Time. Get a Little Joy.

By Jennifer Vickers

Pitching in to help with TMCC isn’t just great for the neighborhood. It may also make you feel fantastic! If you’ve ever volunteered, you may have noticed that you feel great after you make a difference.

But, there are even more benefits to volunteering. We feel more […]

By | 2018-03-03T11:23:39+00:00 February 24th, 2018|Updates|Comments Off on Give a Little Time. Get a Little Joy.

Sidewalk Landscaping

Submitted by Lilian Jolliffe

A reminder to Timbergrove residents; they are responsible for controlling the vegetation/plants that grow over or under property fences and eventually take control of sidewalks. The Americans withDisabilities Act protects our neighbors with disabilities and expect homeowners to control their plants; and keep them off the sidewalks. Please […]

By | 2017-12-26T17:31:06+00:00 December 26th, 2017|Updates|Comments Off on Sidewalk Landscaping
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