Sharpstown is a diverse collection of long-time and brand new residents. Some of us are Houston born and raised while others came from across the globe to make their home here. What we have in common is the desire for a safe, clean and well maintained community in which to live and raise our families. We want to enjoy our surroundings, know our property is safe and trust our neighbors to take care of their homes as we take care of our own. We want to work with and see results from our community and those representing us.

Now is the time to come together and make a difference, and your membership payment and volunteer participation are greatly appreciated.

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Board Approves Driveway Policy

The SCA has adopted a new policy to guide residents in replacing or repairing their driveways.  Written in straightforward language, the policy covers location and placement of driveways, allowable driveway sizes, acceptable and prohibited construction materials, and a checklist of information that must be submitted to request approval.
The policy has been filed for record with the Harris County Clerk.  A copy of the Driveway Policy, and all other Sharpstown policies, can be found on the SCA website under the Deed Restriction tab.
As always, you can contact the office by email or phone with any additional questions you might have on the policy.


Membership Drive! Have You Joined?

Now is the time to join or renew your Membership for 2021! The Membership Dues is $80 and the Safety and Security Fee is $170 for a total of $250. Your membership helps to provide private security patrols with vacation watch service, publication of The SCAN, mosquito spraying, deed restriction enforcement, architectural controls and other services. Click on the “Read More” Button to Join Today!

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Deed Restrictions Update

The Deed Restrictions for our Sharpstown homes were written 65 years ago.  Laws change and the neighborhood has changed with time.   The Sharpstown Civic Association with our HOA attorney’s expertise has embarked on the extremely arduous task of updating them.    We are looking at what needs to be changed to ensure that they can be upheld legally and need the feedback of the homeowners.  The DR Update Project Tab shows the proposed new DR’s and the Red Line (original documents with the changes showing), as well as, a link to the Deed Restrictions Update Survey.  Please take a few minutes to review the documents and take the survey.

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