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Belleau Wood Civic Club

Amenities

Park
Park The Belleau Wood’s park has mature trees, a pavilion, restrooms, and a boat ramp. Access to the facilities is for members of the Association and their guests.  You may contact any board member to obtain a key and sign a usage agreement.

The pavilion may be reserved for a private party by contacting any board member. A usage agreement is required to reserve the pavilion.

Association

Assessments
Assessments The Annual Assessment is due July 1st each year by all lot owners at rate of $51.00. The assessment pays for maintenance of the park, insurance, legal fees, administrative expenses and management services.

Every owner has an obligation to pay the annual assessment. If you do not receive a statement, please submit an accounts receivable request to C.I.A. Services to confirm your balance and ensure it is paid on time.

You may submit your payment by mail, in person, or online.

Services and Utilities

3-1-1 Houston Service Center
3-1-1 Houston Service Center The main component of the 311 Houston Service Helpline is the three-digit phone number, accessible from within the Houston city limits. From traffic fines and sewer concerns to pothole problems and neighborhood complaints, Houstonians can call 311 and speak to one of our highly trained customer service representatives. From outside the City of Houston, callers simply dial 713-837-0311. Houstonians can also access this helpful service via fax to 713-837-0210, and e-mail to 311@HoustonTX.gov. A self-service request form is available online at www.houstontx.gov/311/311form.html.

City of Houston Public Works
City of Houston Public Works Service and Information
P.O. Box 4863 Houston, TX 77210-4863 713.371.1400

The City of Houston provides water and wastewater service to those areas inside or close to its corporate limits. Only businesses or individuals who receive water or sewer service directly from the city are its customers.

Additional information is provided through the links below. You may obtain more help online, email us at customer.service@houstontx.gov. Utility Customer Service is closed on Sundays and on all city holidays.

City of Houston Trash Service
City of Houston Trash Service Solid Waste Management Department
P.O. Box 1562
Houston, TX 77251
E-Mail: swddirector@houstontx.gov

Customer Service Request
Call: 3-1-1
Online: 3-1-1 Self Service Online Web Requests

The City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD) provides solid waste services to the citizens of Houston through the collection, disposal and recycling of discarded material in a manner that is safe, efficient, environmentally sound and cost-effective.

Residential Garbage Collection

Currently, homes receive garbage collection service on Thursday using an Automated Garbage Collection System. Automated collection is a technologically advanced system that employs a specially fitted refuse truck. A side arm grabs and lifts a special container, dumps the garbage into the truck and returns the container to the curb. Residents participating in the program receive a 96-gallon cart from the City, specially designed for automated collection.

Automated trash collection is cleaner, safer and more efficient than traditional manual collection. In the past, the department has incurred as much as $4 million in workers’ compensation costs each year using manual garbage collection. The automated system has reduced injuries, especially back-related injuries, which are common in garbage collection.

The containers used for automated garbage collection are manufactured using 50% recycled materials. This is the highest percentage of recycled plastic used in refuse containers in the country. In fact, these containers are manufactured from plastic collected in Houston’s curbside recycling program. Tips on Residential Garbage Collection.

Tree Waste and Junk Waste Program

In alternating months, residents may dispose of their Tree Waste, and Junk Waste at their curbside. This new method of collecting your large waste comes with the benefits of diverting materials that can be recycled from landfills, saving landfill space and your valuable tax dollars. The Tree/Junk Waste schedule changes each month from Tree Waste to Junk. Tree Waste months are January, March, May, July, September, and November. Junk Waste months are February, April, June, August, October and December. 

“Tree Waste” is defined as “clean” wood waste such as tree limbs, branches, and stumps (lumber, furniture, and treated wood will NOT be accepted).

"Junk Waste” is defined as items such as furniture, appliances, and other bulky material. Junk Waste may not be placed for collection during a Tree Waste Month.
 
A maximum of four cubic yards of building material (not including brick, plaster or concrete) generated by the resident in connection with the maintenance of the resident’s property will be collected on your Junk Waste collection date. Please Note: Tree Waste is accepted during Junk Waste Months. However, to ensure that your Tree Waste is recycled, you may hold your tree waste materials until the next Tree Waste designated month or bring it to a Neighborhood Depository.

Residents who wish to discard TreeWaste/Junk Waste before their scheduled once-per-month pickup may use one of six Neighborhood Depository/Recycling Center locations. 

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Security

City of Houston Police Department

City of Houston Police Department

Dial 9-1-1 to report an emergency.
Helpful information on using the 9-1-1 Emergency Number.

Dial (713) 884-3131 to request non-emergency police service for locations within the city limits of Houston. If you live outside the jurisdiction of the Houston Police Department and have a problem or situation that requires police service, please contact your local law enforcement agency.

Local Houston Police Service Contact - Kingwood 281-913-4500

City of Houston - Dead Animal Removal

Dead animals on the curb or in the street are picked up Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The City will not pick up dead animals from businesses treating, handling or disposing of animals. Small dead animals, such as dogs, cats, or others of similar size, will be picked up at no charge. Large dead animals such as horses and cattle are picked up for a fee of $90. For dead animals collection located on freeways and feeders, please call 713-802-5000.

Schools

Humble ISD
20200 Eastway Village Drive
Humble TX 77338
or
P.O. Box 2000
Humble, TX 77347-2000
Phone: 281-641-1000 
Fax: 281-641-1050

Humble Elementary School
20252 Fieldtree Drive
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: 281-641-1100
Fax: 281-641-1117

Ross Sterling Middle School
1131 Wilson Road
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: 281-641-6000
Fax: 281-641-6017
Attendance: 281-641-6003

Humble High School
1700 Wilson Road
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: 281-641-6300
Fax: 281-641-6517

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