Neighborhood Meetings

General Meeting

Not currently scheduled


Minutes of General Meetings
February 21, 2018 (Draft)
December 17, 2017 (Draft)
November 1, 2017
April 5, 2017
February 1, 2017
October 5, 2016
June 1, 2016
April 6, 2016
February 3, 2016
October 7, 2015
June 9, 2015
April 1, 2015
February 4, 2015
Minutes of Braeswood Super Neighborhood Meetings
August 20, 2017
April 20, 2017

Upcoming Events

Monday, July 9th - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Pershing Middle School
3838 Blue Bonnet Blvd.
Houston, TX 77025

Everyone we all need to show up and pack the auditorium that night to impress upon HCFCD how everyone feels about the need for more flood mitigation in all of our Bray Watershed areas. Without full participation they will not listen as closely and we do need more detention capacity from the upcoming bond election at the end of August. If we can we need to ask for and demand additional detention capacity via some of the upstream golf courses [Westwood, Braeburn] as well as maybe Ruffino Hills as well. Please attend and loudly demand more mitigation projects for Bray Bayou!

Officials with the Harris County Flood Control District will hold public meetings in each of the county’s 23 watersheds. The purpose of each meeting is to describe projects that could be candidates for funding in the 2018 bond program and to solicit residents’ input on other flooding issues that should be addressed.

These meetings have been declared to be special meetings of Harris County Commissioners Court so that members of Commissioners Court may attend and participate. Brief opening remarks will begin promptly at 6 p.m. but the public is encouraged to come anytime between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. for the Open House portion of the meeting and to provide input to elected officials and the Flood Control District.

Should the venue reach maximum capacity, the opening remarks would occur twice – at 6 p.m. and at 7 p.m. The opening remarks will also be live-streamed on the HCFCD Facebook page and will be posted to following the meeting.


Recent Events

None at this time


Yard of the Month

After a hiatus from Hurricane Harvey, WCC’s Yard of the Month returns with a charming garden at 3514 Latma. Behind a lush hedge of purple heart, there are complimentary roses and cleome, with accents of plumbago, iris, ginger and an assortment of other perennials. Butterflies and bees are most welcome here.


We also welcome our new sponsor, Jaron Hall with Jaron Hall Properties. Thank you for the lovely new sign!




Neighborhood News

Woodside Civic Club Annual Dues
Dues are only $225,which equates to just $19 per month
Paying Annual Dues is Easy:
Option One: Online at You can pay the $225 online with your credit card or PayPal account. Like all other credit card systems there is a “convenience fee.” A payment of $232 would offset the fee so that the actual $225 goes to Woodside. Thank you.


Option Two: Mail a check to Woodside Civic Club, P.O. Box 20731, Houston, TX 77225.
Pay your dues and you will receive security and informational seminar benefits:
Security Benefits (Starting April 15, 2018) Informational Seminar Benefits (Details provided in future Woodside Civic Club correspondence)
Why Pay Dues?


Hurricane Preparedness


FEMA - National Flood Insurance Program


How to Prepare for a Hurricane


Hurricane and Flood Survival Guide


SH-288 Construction Continues

Volunteers Needed

We are looking for volunteers!! Your time will make a positive difference to our community plus it is fun to get to know your neighbors. We need help with the following opportunities:

  • Description: Block captains are an integral component to keeping the block actively involved in crime prevention efforts, to ensuring a smooth process of information exchange between neighbors and the Board, and to encourage participation in community events, such as General Meetings and the National Night Out program. Each Block Captain covers only 10 to 15 homes.
  • Contact: Bob Heard,

  • Description: The Citizen Patrol program is designed to provide a means for citizens to organize into patroller groups for the purpose of reducing crime in their community. Citizen Patrollers are the additional eyes and ears the police can count on to make Houston a safe place to live and work. This is a Houston Police Department program.
  • Contact: Elizabeth Lane,
Each contact person listed can provide details about the specific volunteer opportunity. When you reply please indicate which opportunity you are interested in participating.
Please Volunteer Today