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    Welcome...From Your Townewest Homeowners Association. is updated by the second Monday of each month. If you would like to submit an article, upcoming event, etc., please email us.

    Board of Directors

    The Townewest HOA Board of Directors would like to welcome you to your website! It is updated each month with exciting news, events and opportunities within our Townewest Neighborhood. If you are new to the community, welcome home! We hope that you will attend a monthly homeowner's meeting so that we can get to know you!

    President - Robert Jack Goerz
    Vice President - Linda Dobrowolski
    Treasurer - Dennis Shea
    Secretary - Lea Rutherford
    Member-At-Large - Bernice Barclay

    Townewest Property Management

    MASC Austin Properties, Inc.
    945 Eldridge Road
    Sugar Land, TX 77478

    Property Manager - Francis Coria

    Maintenance Coordinator - Joanna Figueroa

    Towne Hall Rentals - Veronica Navarrete

    Collection Department - Robert Rivera

    Deed Restrictions/ACC Applications - London Mays

    Receptionist - Veronica Navarrete

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

  • 2014 BUDGET

    OCTOBER 13, 2014 - 7:00 PM
    Towne Hall located at 10322 Old Towne Lane, Sugar Land, Texas 77498

  • AGENDA 10/13/14

    The Homeowner’s Meetings are held the second Thursday of each month. Open Session for homeowner’s will begin at 7:45pm. Meetings are held at Towne Hall (clubhouse) located at 10322 Old Towne Lane, Sugar Land, TX 77498. It is at these meetings that financial decisions as well as community updates are discussed. We encourage you to come and here about the exciting things that in store for your community this year.


    Dog and Cat Vaccination and Health Clinic
    Rabies Vaccination $9.95
    All other vaccinations and medicine at reduced rates.
    832-458-0416 or 936-449-4412

    Date: TBA
    Time: 4 pm to 7 pm
    Location: at the clubhouse, 10322 Old Towne


    Sugar Land Animal Services is extending reduced adoption fees of $20 for cats and reducing the dog adoption fee to $40 through Oct. 19. The fee includes vaccinations, spaying/neutering and a microchip with a lifetime registration.

    Through the month of September, the shelter will give out $20 PetsMart gift cards with every black cat adoption, while supplies lasts, for the Black Cat Blow-out event.

    All shelter pets include a sleepover option allowing potential families to try out a pet in their home for three to five days. If it's a perfect match, just return to Animal Services to finalize the adoption.

    The City also hosts adoption events at Petsmart, 16758 Southwest Freeway. Adoptable animals from the City's animal shelter are displayed on a daily basis. Cats are housed at Petsmart seven days a week, and dogs stay at the store on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.

    For more information, contact Sugar Land Animal Services, 101 Gillingham Lane, at (281) 275-A-DOG (2364).


  • The City of Sugar Land opened its first public canoe launch at U.S. Highway 59 and the Brazos River turnaround.

    The canoe launch is part of a larger initiative led by Fort Bend Green to designate the Brazos River within Fort Bend County as a Texas Parks and Wildlife official paddling trail. Several launches are already in place along the river, both upstream and downstream of the new launch, in Simonton, Sienna Plantation and Brazos Bend State Park.

    Sugar Land's canoe launch offers parking for both vehicles and trailers with a short walk down to the Brazos River. A kiosk featuring a map of available launch sites, safety information, paddling etiquette and laws is posted onsite.

    The Brazos River Paddling Trail is intended for more experienced paddlers, as launch sites are located as far as 20 miles apart; however, less challenging waterways in Sugar Land are available for paddling, such as the 25-acre lake at Sugar Land Memorial Park.

    A boat race between Stephen F. Austin State Park and Brazos Bend State Park is in the planning stages for spring 2015. This race will be over 100 miles and will take advantage of the launch sites along the Brazos River.

    For more information on the new launch, or call (281) 275-2885.


    Do you have a student at Townewest Elementary School? Do you want to get involved? Then the TWESPTA needs you! Townewest Elementary PTA is currently nominating officers and accepting members for the 2014-2015 school year.

    For more information please call Lea Rutherford @ 832-894-8541 or email at We are excited to serve with you this year. GOOOOO Townewest Texans!!!!!!!!


    We have been blessed with a relatively mild spring for this area along with more rain than normal. This, of course, has resulted in some beautiful blooms and greenery all around us. It has also caused a necessity for more frequent mowing, trimming, etc.

    Remember that regular inspections are ongoing and Deed Restriction Violation notices will be sent to those who fail to maintain their yards on a regular basis. Should you receive a violation notice, we ask that you resolve any issues at your earliest convenience. Failure to do so will result in additional fees as well as forced mows, which will be billed back to the homeowners.

    During inspections, attention is given to all aspects of the exterior of your property. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to ensure that there is no chipping or peeling paint, no mildew on exterior surfaces and fences are well repaired. This goes hand in hand with doing regular yardwork of mowing, edging, trimming hedges and trees, and cleanup of debris from streets, sidewalks and driveways. Keep all these areas well maintained and you will be helping our community stay attractive!


    Survey Your Home:

    Look at your home through a burglar's eyes. Does it look like an easy target?
    Are there obvious security weaknesses?

  • Shrubbery should not obscure doors and windows. Trim the growth so that a burglar cannot work undetected
  • At night, leave a few lights burning outside your home. Lights over doorways and garages and strategically placed floodlights will make your home less inviting to a burglar
  • Windows and doors should be securely locked. Inadequate locks should be replaced or supplemented
  • Make your home look occupied at all times

    Common sense is all that is needed to identify most security weaknesses around your home. To supplement your survey, and for more complicated security problems, contact the Sugar Land Police Department Crime Prevention Division at 281-275-2500 for a free home security survey. At your request, a Crime Prevention Officer will survey your home and provide security recommendations.


    Monthly Meetings

    Board of Director Meetings are conducted the second Thursday of each month. The meetings are held at the Towne Hall beginning at 7:45 PM. If you have an item you would like to have discussed or reviewed by the Board, please submit your request, in writing, at least seven days before the meeting to MASC Austin Properties, Inc., 13726 Florence Road, Sugar Land, TX 77498.

    Contact MASC Austin Properties, Inc., 713-776-1771 for Clubhouse Rental


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