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HOA Meetings - The Summerfield Board of Directors meet on a monthly basis, the 3rd Tuesday of each month beginning at 8 pm at the clubhouse (3219 Pheasant Trail, Sugar Land , TX 77498 ).

Location: CLUBHOUSE
Time: 8 PM

  • Agenda 03/15/16
  • Annual Agenda 04/12/16 TBP
  • Agenda 05/17/16 TBP
  • Agenda 06/21/16 TBP
  • Agenda 07/19/16 TBP
  • Agenda 08/16/16 TBP
  • Agenda 09/20/16 TBP
  • Agenda 10/18/16 TBP
  • Agenda 11/15/16 TBP
  • No meeting in December



    President - Richard A. Darby
    Vice President - Roger Metzler
    Treasurer - James Gainer
    Secretary - Leigh Ann Gombac
    Member-At-Large & ACC - Bob Chesterman



    Summerfield's Property Management


    Managed by:

    MASC Austin Properties, Inc.
    945 Eldridge Road
    Sugar Land, TX 77478
    713-776-1771
    713-776-1777 Fax

    Property Manager - Terri Salter
    Maintenance Coordinator - Micki Sears
    Collection Department - Tiffany Moss
    Receptionist - Ashley & Stephanie

    Office: (713) 776-1771 - Fax: (713) 776-1777



    MASC AUSTIN PROPERTIES, INC.

    ONLINE PAYMENTS NOW AVAILABLE: We are also very pleased to announce that we now accept payments online. Please visit our website for more details, www.mascapi.com.



    SCAM ALERT!!!

    Recently a resident of Summerfield Estates contracted with ACE Fence CO. The company showed up on the top 10 fence contractors in Fort Bend County and showed they were recommended by Angie's List (was found later to be bogus information). A contract was signed, a deposit placed and cashed by the company.

    No one from ACE Fence Company returned calls or texts from the resident. Upon further investigation, the address on the contract and website were not valid. The representitives are:

  • Jose Ramirez - Owner 832-363-3587
  • Lorenzo Olivarez - Vice President 835-363-3587

    DO NOT CONTRACT WITH ACE FENCE COMPANY. The resident took proper actions before contracting with the company and got scammed. Buyer beware! Be cautious!



    FORT BEND MUD 25 IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  • Master Park Plans



    2016 ANNUAL HOA MEETING

    The annual meeting of the Summerfield Homeowners Association will be held on Tuesday, April 12, 2016, beginning at 7:00 P.M. until 8:30 P.M. The meeting will be conducted at the Summerfield Estates Clubhouse (next to the pool) located at 3219 Pheasant Trail, Sugar Land, TX 77498.
    Two positions will be available for a three (3)-year term. If you are interested in running for a position, please submit your request in writing, providing your name, address, telephone number and email address via one of the following means:
    Email - tsalter@mascapi.com
    Fax - 713-776-1777
    Mail - Summerfield Estates Homeowners Association, Inc., c/o MASC Austin Properties, Inc., 945 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478.

    Each homeowner will be mailed a Proxy/Absentee Ballot. We ask you to complete and mail, fax or email your completed ballot in time to reach our office no later than Monday, April 11, 2016. Your attendance at the meeting would void any proxy on record. By mailing the Proxy/Absentee Ballot in advance, you will be assured a voice in the event something unforeseen prevents your attendance. In the event a quorum is not attained at the annual meeting, there will be a meeting of the board of directors immediately following at which time the Absentee Ballot Election will be completed.

    If you paid your 2016 annual assessment on or before January 31, 2016, you have a chance to win a $100 gift card. The drawing will be held at the annual meeting.

    We look forward to seeing you on April 12 and we appreciate your support.

  • ANNUAL MEETING 2016



    LOOKING FOR PLACE TO HOST A BIRTHDAY/GRADUATION PARTY OR BABY/BRIDAL SHOWER...LOOK NO FURTHER!

    Reservations to use the Summerfield Estates Clubhouse must be made through the office of MASC Austin Properties, Inc. between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday at 945 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land, TX 77478 (phone 713-776-1771). Reservations are not firm until a refundable $200 cash security deposit is made. Rentals up to 4-hours will be charged a $50.00 non-refundable usage fee. Any rental over the 4-hour limit will be charged a $100 non-refundable usage fee. Set up and clean-up must be included within the time frame requested. The resident reserving the Clubhouse must be 21 years of age or older, and must be in good financial standing with the Summerfield Estates Homeowner’s Association, Inc. For additional information please contact Veronica Navarrete at 713-776-1771 or email vnavarrete@mascapi.com.



    COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

    Begin preparing for our Spring Community Garage Sale, which is scheduled for Saturday, April 9, with a rain date of April 16. The sale will begin at 8:00 a.m. and continue until 4:00 p.m. Ads will be placed in community newspapers to help attract potential buyers.

    This will be the time to do your spring cleaning and get rid of all those unused or unneeded items!



    POOL REGISTRATION/END OF SCHOOL PARTY

    Pool tags may be obtained at the Annual HOA Meeting on April 12. Tags may also be obtained at the End of School party, scheduled for Thursday, June 2, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

    This year’s party will feature a DJ and raffles. Pizza, cookies and drinks will be served.

  • Pool Tag 2016



    THE NEW FIRE DEPARTMENT IS NOW OPEN

    Due to the large number of calls being received by the Emergency Services Personnel and Fire Stations we were requested to pass along the following information to the Summerfield Estates homeowner regarding the new NE Fire Department. Once a new fire station is actually operating, the process of ISO compliance and accreditation begins. At this point the station is just a building dedicated for fire protection service.

    The process involves an audit by the Insurance Services Office for locally available water sources, hydrants, manpower, equipment and overall capabilities to facilitate “all properties” (single and multistory if required) served in the area. For example, if a multistory building is in the service area, a ladder truck or aerial unit is necessary for compliance. We have already reached out to their office (ISO) for their appointment with the chief accordingly to exchange information and a physical audit.

    Upon successful completion of the ISO audit in accordance to “their” requirements, the rating will be authorized for the Texas Dept. of Insurance to update their data base used by insurers. It usually takes several months for this phase of the system to be updated. Once the PPC “property protection code” is recognized and accepted by the TDI, the PPC code “#” is determined by each property’s distance from the station. For example PPC-1 is within a 1 mile road distance thru PPC-5 about 5 mile distance from the station via operating roadways and not diametrically. The response time by the station is recognized by the insurers as the potential resistance to fire losses and that translates into the reduction in premium cost extended by insurers.

    Homeowner (primary residences) policies will be updated at renewal when the insurer’s system communicates with the TDI data base to support the PPC improvement and not any sooner.

    Contacting the fire station will not expedite the process. Contacting your agent will only add to the confusion and interruption of our emergency services. Until the Texas Department of Insurance approves and accepts the results, the PPC codes will remain the same. Insurers have no control over the process as well. All of the property policies are rated through the TDI software-data base interface and will occur automatically. As with the justification, proposition of building, and final completion of your new station, we will do everything in our power to keep the ISO PPC rating update moving as quickly as the process will allow and offer progress reports as available.

    Just remind folks that the process involves a government department in place for consumer’s protection from fraud, and all will provide any means or information for the offices as requested. We appreciate each and every opportunity to support our local fire fighters too!

    Respectfully Yours, John T Godbee-ESD#5 Treasurer, supporting the NE Fire Department



    NO PARKING ZONES

    We ask all residents once again to please observe the No Parking Zones throughout Summerfield. This is especially important during school hours.

    Remember, you are not allowed to park on the street and walk to school. Vehicles parked in No Parking Zones will be ticketed and possibly towed away. We also remind all drivers to observe the speed zones, especially near the schools. Pay special attention to children walking to and from school or riding bikes. Always obey the crossing guards.



    REMINDER:

    Please do not put trash out before 6:00 p.m. the night before the scheduled pickup day. Garbage cans must be stored out of public view except for pick up days. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR EMPTY CANS ON THE CURB, STREET OR LAWN AFTER YOUR TRASH HAS BEEN PICKED UP.



    PET OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES

    Another recurring problem we seem to have is the failure of pet owners to take responsibility for their pets. This topic has been addressed several times in the past, but some residents seem to think they are exempt from following the rules.

    The State of Texas and Fort Bend County has a leash law. When outside a private property, pets are required to be on a leash. This not only protects other residents, but it protects your pets as well. Also, pet owners are responsible for removing any pet waste from others’ property. When pet poops, you scoop!

    Showing respect for others goes a long way toward nurturing healthy relationships with your neighbors!