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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 ).

Time: 8 PM

  • Agenda 01/20/15
  • Agenda 02/17/15 TBP
  • Agenda 03/17/15 TBP
  • Agenda 04/21/15 TBP
  • Agenda 05/19/15 TBP
  • Agenda 06/16/15 TBP
  • Agenda 07/21/15 TBP
  • Agenda 08/18/15 TBP
  • Agenda 09/15/15 TBP
  • Agenda 10/20/15 TBP
  • Agenda 11/17/15 TBP
  • No meeting in December

    President - Richard A. Darby
    Vice President - Roger Metzler
    Treasurer - Brett Breeden
    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
    713-776-1777 Fax

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

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


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


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    The annual assessment is due on or before the first day of January 2015, and is determined delinquent if not received by January 31, 2015. All past due accounts will be assessed a $15.00 late fee, 10% per annum interest, and a $10.00 per month collection fee until paid in full. Please note it is possible to pay the annual assessment in monthly installments as long as the final payment is received on or before January 31, 2015.

    We are now accepting payments online from your checking or savings account. Please visit our website at for more details. Your assessments are what allow your Board of Directors to maintain your community. This includes, but is not limited to, maintenance of the common areas, as well as other operational costs of the association (utilities, insurance, management and recreational activities).

    They also allow for improvements to the common areas and funding of reserves, all of which assist in maintaining the equity in one of your most important investments; your home.

    We continue to solicit your support and active involvement in your Association. We, the Summerfield Homeowner’s Association, Inc. Board of Directors, along with your help, can continue to make our neighborhood an even more pleasant place to live.


    The holiday decorating contest winner for 2014 is 16822 Needle Ridge! Congratulations! A big thank you to everyone who brighten the holiday season for all to enjoy.


    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.


    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.


    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!