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Traces II Community Improvement Association


Community Pool
Community Pool Traces II features a swimming pool with a sun deck and bath house is located at 4505 Tracemeadow Drive. 

The pool is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Operation Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday only 12pm-8pm, Holidays 12pm-8pm. 

Wristbands are required for residents ages 10 and up. Each adult with a wristband may have one (1) guest accompany them. Wristbands cost $4.00 at the community distribution days and will cost $9.00 if purchased at the C.I.A. Services North Houston/Humble office, located at 18333 Timber Forest Drive, Humble, 77346. We cannot mail pool wristbands - they must be picked up at the North Office.

Traces has eliminated free swim for Memorial Day Weekend. Future events will require everyone to have a current wristband to gain entry to the pool.

To request a pool party, Swin Houston 832-701-7946

Playground Traces II has a small playground with a rock wall and a slide. It is located at 4505 Tracemeadow Drive next to the pool.


Board of Directors
Board of Directors The Association consists of a 3 member Board of Directors who volunteer their time for the benefit of the community. The Board is elected by the members of the community at the annual meetings.

If a director is unable to complete their full term, the Board will appoint someone to fill that seat until that term expires. A list of the current board members is available on the Key Personnel page.

The Board of Directors elects the officers after the annual meeting. The term of all officers range from 1 to 3 years depending on the position held. A description of each position is available on the Become a Volunteer page.

Shared Fences
C.I.A. Services and the Board of Directors want to inform all owners that the fences that may run between you and your neighbor are shared fences and they are to be maintained by both parties that share the fence. I understand many neighbors feel if the good side faces you then it isn’t your responsibility, but that is not the fact - it is both parties responsibility. The reason that some may have the good side is the house was built first or someone had already replaced it and the other party didn’t split the cost. 

This is not an HOA issue. The only fences the HOA send letters on is what is seen from the street. If your fences are aging and if your fence has never been replaced, then perhaps it is time to replace it. It is up to each individual owner to make arrangements with their neighbors to share the cost of replacement. If an owner chooses to replace a fence without their neighbor agreeing to share the cost, it would be up to that owner if they wish to pursue reimbursement from the neighbor for a portion of the cost of fence replacement.

Exterior Modification
Exterior Modification All exterior alterations or improvements to a property must be reviewed and approved in advance of construction by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). Residents must submit a home improvement application describing the work to be performed. The ACC will review the request and render a decision within 30 days. If it is not approved as submitted, the ACC may provide suggestions for making changes so it can be resubmitted for approval.

To complete your application, click on Ask. Request. Submit. There you will enter all of the information needed in order for the committee to make an informed decision. Any applications dealing with the exterior appearance of the house (such as painting or roofing) must be accompanied with project details or the application might be disapproved for lack of information. Also include a plat map or survey of the property that indicates the project in conjunction to the property lines and easements when applicable.

As soon as you have gathered your information, you are ready to get started.

Visit the Community Documents page to review all of the governing documents or click Modification Guidelines.

Exterior home paint colors should be nuetral earth tone colors i.e. grays and browns. You may click here to view examples. Please note, this is just an example, and should not be referenced for confirmation. All Home Improvement Requests must be submitted for approval prior ro any exterior modification. 

Services and Utilities

Garffitti Abatement Waiver
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has a Graffiti Abatement Removal program, which when you fill out the waiver it gives them permission to remove the graffiti. If you have graffiti on your house they will use a gray indoor/outdoor latex paint which is supplied free of charge. They will ONLY paint the area where the graffiti is. They WILL NOT paint your house. If you paint it the gray color you will then be in violations of the Associations Covenants. We recommend you purchase the paint to match the color of your house. They will paint the area the color you provide. Keep in mind if your house color is faded it is recommended you paint the whole house to elivate the two tone color.  

If you have graffiti on your fence they can paint it with the same gray paint or pressure wash. If you paint it you will again be in violation of the Association Covenants and it is recommended you pressure wash it. You must fill out the waiver.

Please contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office at 713-759-9454 or Fax 713-759-9726 Graffiti Abatement Waiver 9111 Eastex Fwy. #300, Houston, TX 77093 for the form.

Mosquito Fogging
Mosquito Fogging The MUD $180 has a contract with a pest control company to do mosquito fogging within the community. This fogging program is in place from the first of April to the end of October each year. 

Due to the increase in the increase in rain and mosquito, the MUD #180 may chose to increase the spraying

Streetlights CenterPoint Energy maintains streetlights throughout Traces II. If a light is out or blinking, please call CenterPoint at 713- 207-2222 or report it online.

You will be asked to provide:

  • a pole number for the non-functioning lights you want to report
  • contact information (in case more information is needed to locate a streetlight)
  • an e-mail address (if you want feedback regarding your repair request)
  • the number of streetlights you would like to report

Electricity Since electricity deregulation has occurred in Texas, consumers may choose from a number of companies for electricity. 

To learn about electric competition in Texas and shop for electricity providers, visit the official Electric Choice Website of the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

Water Service
Water Service Traces II water service is operated and maintained by the Harris County Municipal Utility District #180. They can be contacted 24 hours a day at 281-651-1618.      

Trash Service
Trash Service Beginning July 1, 2020, Traces II trash service will be maintained by Best Trash who can be reached at 281-313-2378. 

Best Trash will be providing trash receptacles to the residents.   

Trash pick-up days are Monday and Thursday.  Heavy Trash to be determined.

You can also visit for additional information.

For heavy trash disposal, Harris County Precinct 4’s dump site is located at 4603 Spring Cypress, Spring, TX  77379.  If you have heavy trash and need to dispose of it, you can take it there. You will need to show proof of residency and then you can drive in to dispose of it.  For additional information concerning Precinct. 4, please visit or call 281-353-8424.

Important Contacts

Harris County M.U.D. #180 - 281-651-1618 
Harris County Flood Control - 713-684-4130
Harris County Pollution Control - 713-920-2831
Harris County Maintenance - 281-353-8424
Best Trash - 281-313-2378

Metro Transit - 713-635-4000
Bush Intercontinental Airport - 281-233-3000
William P. Hobby Airpot - 713-640-3000

Community Map


Harris County

Harris County

For non-emergencies please contact the constable or sheriff’s department at the numbers listed below.

Harris County Precinct 4 Constables Patrol
Phone: 281-401-6200

Harris County Sheriff’s Office
Phone: 713-221-6000

For all emergencies please dial 911.

Fire Department


7706 Fallbrook Dr
Houston, TX 77086
PH: (281) 583- 8014
FX: (281) 583- 1084

Report Gang Crimes

If you have any information regarding gang/criminal activity or would like to educate yourself on the current gang threats and efforts law enforcement is taking against them, please visit the link below.

Animal Control

Animal Control

Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services - Veterinary Public Health works in partnership with the public to create a safe and healthy environment for animals and people.

This goal is accomplished by providing the following services:

  • Enforcing Harris County Animal Laws related to rabies vaccination, pet licensing, confinement, rabies quarantine, and the sale of animals from roadsides and parking lots
  • Investigating reports of animals biting humans and enforcing animal quarantine procedures
  • Collaborating with state and federal agencies to investigate and prevent zoonotic diseases
  • Sheltering lost, abandoned and potentially dangerous loose animals
  • Offering adoption services for sheltered animals
  • Providing pet licenses, rabies vaccinations for dogs & cats, and microchipping services
  • Responding to complaints about loose animals, dangerous animals, injured animals and wildlife
  • Planning for pets during disasters

HCPHES Veterinary Public Health 612 Canino Road Houston, Texas 77076 Phone: (281) 999-3191 Fax: (281) 847-1911


Klein Independent School District

Klein Independent School District

Klein ISD
7200 Spring Cypress Road
Klein, Texas 77379
Phone: 832-249-4000
Hotline: 832-484-7899

Klenk Elementary School
6111 Bourgeois Road
Houston, Texas 77066
Phone: 832-484-6800

Wunderlich Intermediate
11800 Misty Valley Drive
Houston, Texas 77066
Phone: 832-249-5200
Fax: 832-249-4050 

Klein Forest High School
11400 Misty Valley
Houston, Texas 77066
Phone: 832-484-4500
Fax: 832-484-4490
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