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Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council
Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council

One of the original development goals for the Cinco Ranch Southwest and Northwest communities (Cinco Ranch II), was to create a place where people not only live, work and play, but put down roots and build relationships. With that in mind, the Cinco Southwest Community Council was born.

The Community Council is a vehicle for community residents to get involved in a way that creates a better quality of life for themselves, their neighbors, and the community at large.  The Cinco Southwest Community Council has a Community Coordinator on staff, Amy Hooper. Amy works with the Community Council Board of Directors to provide services that enhance a community driven life for Cinco Ranch and the surrounding neighborhoods. That is a big order to fill and the team always rises to the challenge.

The Community Council was created with five focus areas in mind: Social, Educational, Cultural, Environmental and Charitable. Everything the Community Council does is geared towards at least one of the five focus areas.

Social: There are several events that bring the community together, including the annual Easter Egg Hunt and holiday Family Fest. With fun and activities for all age groups, these two events are always popular!

Educational: The Community Council provides a venue for multiple classes and special education events. One of these popular classes includes Nutty Scientists camps and classes which is an innovative form of edutainment” (entertainment + education) that combines learning with fun.

Cultural: Through various programs, such as kids art classes, language classes, Kindermusik, and Rhythm India; the Community Council supports cultural and artistic programs and explores cultural diversity.

Environmental: The Community Council promotes conservation/environmental and health/wellness programs. Yoga and Zumba classes are held in the Cinco Ranch Lake House which earned LEED certification. The Community Council also offers Baby Boot Camp. Additionally, they participate in and provide recycling program at the Lake House.

Charitable: The Community Council puts a fun spin on charity. At the special events, Amy works with local high schools to match volunteers with volunteering opportunities. There are also several events that are combined with charity of some sort. One example is Cinco Ranch Bingo Night during which participants are asked to bring a canned good to the event.

It is exciting to work with an association with such impressive goals. In community management, it is easy to get bogged down with the business of the organization. The Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council gives us the opportunity to focus on the fun stuff and things that warm our hearts. We are proud to be partners with this impressive group!

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November 2016   Dancing Bear Property Owners’ Association
October 2016   Rancho Verde Community Association
September 2016   Deerfield Owners Association
August 2016   Kirkmont Section II Association
July 2016   Inwood Northwest Neighborhood Association
June 2016   Colony Grant Homeowners Association
May 2016   Greensbrook Community Association
April 2016   Atascocita Timbers Homeowners Association
March 2016   Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council
February 2016   Homeowners Association of Timber Forest
January 2016   New Forest Homeowners Association
December 2015   Riverpark on the Brazos Property Owners Association
November 2015   Community Association of the Highlands
October 2015   Cedar Springs Homeowners Association, Inc.
September 2015   Eldridge Park Village Community Association
August 2015   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
July 2015   Cypresswood Green Property Owners Association
June 2015   Fairway Pointe Community Association
May 2015   Eilan Condominium Association, Inc.
April 2015   Summerwood Community Association
March 2015   Diamond Ridge Property Owners Association
February 2015   Riverwalk Property Owners Association
January 2015   Lakefront Association
December 2014   The Lakes at Edgewater Estates Homeowners Association
November 2014   Kenswick Trace Homeowners Association
October 2014   Fairfax Villages Homeowners Association
September 2014   Belleau Wood Civic Club
August 2014   Eastpoint Subdivision Homeowners Association
January 2014   Treasure Island Homes Association
December 2013   Eldridge Park Village Community Association
November 2013   Royal Palms Homeowners Association
October 2013   Bowling Green Garden Homes Association
September 2013   Bay Pointe Community Association
June 2013   Woodforest North Section II Homeowners Association
April 2013   Community Association of the Highlands
March 2013   Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council
February 2013   Copper Creek Civic Improvement Association
December 2012   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
November 2012   Heron Nest Owners Association
September 2012   Dancing Bear Property Owners’ Association
August 2012   Sonoma Ranch Homeowners Association
July 2012   Oak Cliff Place Homeowners Association
May 2012   Fairway Pointe Community Association
April 2012   Riverpark on the Brazos Property Owners Association
March 2012   Parkway Forest Property Owners Association
January 2012   Summerwood Community Association
November 2011   Westfield Glen Property Owners Association
October 2011   Pine Forest Village Community Association
September 2011   Cumberland Community Association
August 2011   Bridlewood Estates Property Owners Association
May 2011   Cross Creek Ranch Community Association
April 2011   Valley Lodge Property Owners Association
February 2011   Hunterwood Village II Association
October 2010   Homeowners Association of Timber Forest
August 2010   Oak Park Ridge Section 2 Homeowners Association
June 2010   Ashcreek Homeowners Association
May 2010   Ridgepoint Community Association
April 2010   Atascocita West Community Improvement Association
March 2010   Traces II Community Improvement Association
February 2010   Stable Gate Homeowners Association
January 2010   Fairway Pointe Community Association
October 2009   Plantation at Woodforest Community Association
June 2009   Summerwood Community Association
May 2009   Heather Ridge Village Homeowners Association
April 2009   Heron Nest Owners Association
January 2009   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
October 2008   Inwood Northwest Neighborhood Association
July 2008   Hunterwood Village II Association
May 2008   Quail Green South Community Association
February 2008   Fairway Pointe Community Association
January 2008   Valley Lodge Property Owners Association
December 2007   Parkway Forest Property Owners Association
October 2007   Crystal Lake Property Owners Association
September 2007   Westfield Glen Property Owners Association
August 2007   Woodforest North Section II Homeowners Association
May 2007   Clear Lake City Boulevard Association
April 2007   Atascocita West Community Improvement Association
February 2007   Community Association of the Highlands
December 2006   Stable Gate Homeowners Association
August 2006   Summerwood Community Association
June 2006   Sonoma Ranch Homeowners Association
April 2006   Bay Pointe Community Association
March 2006   Quail Green South Community Association
February 2006   Pine Forest Village Community Association
January 2006   Parkway Forest Property Owners Association
December 2005   Colony Grant Homeowners Association
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