Harris County Constable Precinct 4 has a new free phone app called C4 Now! so we can follow the constable's office as they keep our community safe. Get the latest news on crime, arrests, traffic, accidents, and emergencies in our area. Report suspicious activity, crime, and traffic issues. Download C4 Now! from the Apple App or Google Play stores.
Harris Helps is a mobile application that enables Harris County residents to submit non-emergency requests to the responsible County Precinct using a smart phone or tablet. A typical Harris County service request can be anything from reporting a pothole, trees obstructing roadways, traffic obstructions, to identifying road closures. The mobile application is designed to be quick and easy to use. Download Harris Helps from the Apple App or Google Play stores.
To select the Yard of the Month, committee members walk the community and take pictures of candidate yards. There is no cause for alarm if residents observe someone taking pictures of their home during daylight hours. Owners who have recently made improvements to their yards and would like to be considered, can contact the committee at email@example.com. Recommendations of neighbors' yards are also welcome as tips on where to look are preferable to having to hunt for yards.
Crime statistics show that Wildwood at Oakcrest is one of the safest areas of greater Houston; however, in the event of a crime make sure you report it to Harris County Precinct 4 because crime reports determine the amount of neighborhood patrols.
To report problems (e.g., fallen tree in the common area, burned out street light), contact Chaparral Management at 281-537-0957 or use the HOA portal request page. Using the portal creates a work order record that can be tracked.
Owners access the Splash Pad using a code that can be obtained from Chaparral. Owners whose accounts are in good standing use their fobs to access the pool (gate near clubhouse entrance). Owners without fobs can purchase them and pick them up at the Chaparral office at 6630 Cypresswood Drive in Spring. See Documents > Community & Event Info > Pool and Splash Pad Info > 2021 Pool Season Info on the portal documents page for more information.
The Wildwood at Oakcrest Homeowners Association consists of 1187 homes. The homeowners elect the Board of Directors. The homeowners volunteer to serve on committees like the Advisory Committee, Architectural Control Committee, Social Committee, Community Outreach Committee, or the Yard of the Month Committee. The homeowners are the association! Chaparral Management Company manages the association based on policies set by the Board. The management company works for the association.
The rules and regulations regarding basketball goals can be found on the HOA portal documents page under Governing Documents > Resolutions > Basketball goal policy (002).pdf. Whereas roof and wall-mounted goals are prohibited, there are rules governing in-ground pole-mounted and portable basketball goals.
Trash pickup is normally on Mondays and Thursdays. The holiday schedule from Best Trash shows which days there is no trash pickup.
Take Trash Out: 6:00 pm day before to 7:00 am day of
Bring Containers In: pick up to 12:00 am day of
Severe weather can lead to pickup cancellation and are noted on the Best Trash homepage. If a garbage service day falls on a holiday or there is a cancelation, garbage will be collected on the next regularly scheduled trash service day.
Homeowners who wish to paint their wooden fences must first submit an application, available on the HOA portal architectural request form page. The approved stain color is Baker's Gray-Away Wood Seal Special Blend part number SB200520. Some homeowners have used ProStain of Texas, 832-296-0987.
Removal of any tree in excess of a four-inch caliper requires the approval of the Architectural Review Committee and the replacement, one for one, of such tree with a tree of equal or greater caliper. The requirements for yards including the list of approved trees can be found on the HOA portal documents page under Architectural Documents > Landscaping.pdf.
Proposed home improvements require approval via the architectural review process. The requirements for home improvements such as covered patios can be found on the HOA portal documents page under Architectural Documents > Wildwood at Oakcrest Homeowner Improvement Guidelines 1.1.15.pdf. Approved applications are good for 45 days.
Adding jungle gyms, swing sets, or other playground equipment requires approval via the architectural review process. The requirements for backyards as well as the bulk of the deed restrictions for the community can be found on the HOA portal documents page under Governing Documents > CCRs > Deed Restrictions.pdf.
Adding a standby generator requires architectural approval. With the recent power outages, standby generators have become quite popular. The requirements for standby generators can be found on the HOA portal documents page under Governing Documents > Resolutions > Standby Electric Generator.pdf as well as Architectural Documents > Wildwood at Oakcrest Homeowner Improvement Guidelines 1.1.15.pdf. Both documents apply. The Generator document did not clearly state backyard, so the Home Improvement document clarified that.
The interior recessed lights that appear to be can lights are actually LEDs. Some owners have replaced faulty lights with Sea Gull Traverse Lights 3000K available at Home Depot.