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Flags across America

Flags across America
Your Cross Creek Ranch Community Association participates in the "Flags Across America" program. Flags fly along the boulevards of Cross Creek Ranch on designated holidays throughout the year.

Did you know that you, as residents, can also participate in the program?

Join in with CCR and other residents to support your local Troop and enjoy seeing all the flags flying! See the attached flyer/form for more information.

If you have any questions, contact a troop representative at the information below:

Troop 106 Flag Representative: Chris Ramsey - cbramsey1979@icloud.com

Troop 1003 Flag Representative:  Dinesh Aryasomayajula - aryadinesh@gmail.com

Troop 424 Flag Representative: Kenneth Martinec - kenneth@apollowealthusa.com

 

Wildlife in Cross Creek Ranch

Wildlife in Cross Creek Ranch

The natural beauty of Cross Creek Ranch is what draws many residents to the community. This is also the environment for many of Texas’ native animals. As the weather continues to warm, residents may notice what appears to be an increase in wildlife sightings. Just as we head out doors to enjoy the summer weather, so does the surrounding wildlife. Alligators, snakes, deer and numbers of other animals that were here long before the houses and businesses were built, continue to live in our community. While it may be a bit of a surprise or unsettling to see an alligator or a snake, all are naturally fearful of man and will turn away if not antagonized. The best plan of action is one of avoidance: residents should be mindful of where they are walking, keep pets on a leash, not feed the animals, avoid tall grasses and the edge of the lakes.

 
BE GATOR SAFE!

DO NOT feed or entice alligators. Alligators overcome their natural shyness and become accustomed or attracted to humans when fed. It is now a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $500, to intentionally feed an alligator. 
DO NOT throw fish scraps into the water or leave them on shore. Although you are not intentionally feeding alligators, the end result can be the same. 
DO NOT let your pets near them. Keep your pets on a leash and under your control while walking in the neighborhood
DO NOT get too close to them.
DO NOT swim or wade in the lakes
DO NOT agitate or tease them.
DO NOT try to catch one.
 
Alligators are an important part of Texas Coastal History and play a key role in the ecology of Texas wetlands statewide. They occur in coastal marshes and other wetlands within 120 Texas counties.
 
The department receives over 300 calls each year regarding alligators perceived as problems or nuisances. The majority of these complaints involve alligators being observed in natural habitat, roadside ditches or other wetlands adjacent to alligator habitat. It is common to see alligators in many types of wetlands that occur throughout the state. As with all wild animals, people should treat alligators with respect. Good judgment can eliminate incidents.

If you have any questions or concerns about the wildlife or alligators in Cross Creek Ranch, please contact C.I.A Services at customercare@ciaservices.com or 713-344-0532.

Texas Parks and Wildlife : 512-389-4848

If you have spotted wildlife in the area, please click the link below to learn more about them, and other urban wildlife: 

Click to learn more about Alligators.

Click to learn more about Coyotes.

Upcoming Events

On-Going Events at the Fitness Center

On-Going Events at the Fitness Center
Below is a list of some of the Small Group training available to Cross Creek Ranch Residents:

Body Boost
30 Minutes of functional strength training, incorporating body weight and dumbbell exercises. Workouts are full-body and include a touch of core and cardio. Suitable for everyone from beginners to more advanced levels. 

Boot Camp
This 30 minute express intermediate to advanced circuit class workout maximizes strength building, muscular conditioning, endurance, and targets weight loss. Modifications are made for participants of all levels.

Core Essentials
Designed to target your torso and work all aspects of your abs and back, the Core Essentials Class will sculpt your abs into shape and strengthen your core in just 30 minutes.

HIIT
HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) every aspect of your body with this FULL BODY workout in just 30 minutes! Incinerate calories through high-intensity interval training for a workout that will not only build cardiovascular fitness but improve muscular strength and endurance. You will be challenged to push yourself and your limits! 

Movement & Mobility
This class is a great method of active recovery that will improve both movement and functional ranges of motion designed for your athletic and fitness development. Expect to use a variety of equipment and techniques like trigger point work, static stretching, and mobility sequences to release and stretch your way to functional improvement. You’ll leave feeling limber and refreshed for your next workout! 

Sculpt and Tone
A 40-minute, low-impact, full-body workout. Sculpt & Tone combines low-impact athletic movement patterns with weight training that stimulates and challenges the body and the mind. the workout utilizes a variety of resistive equipment including free weights, bands, Bender balls, and more. this class can meet the demands of any fitness level! 

Zumba
Zumba is a 55-minute class that combines high energy and motivational music with the unique moves and combinations of Latin dance.  Based on the principle that a workout should be “fun and easy to do,” participants are able to stick to the Zumba program and achieve long-term health benefits.  Zumba is a ‘feel-happy’ workout that is great for the body and the mind.

Yoga
Yoga is a series of asanas (postures) to increase flexibility, energy, and stillness of mind.  Yin Yoga focuses on stretching the connective tissues of the body.  In this class, participants will hold poses for longer periods of time, allowing your body to restore itself and return to its balance.  Yoga mats are provided.

 **Please contact the Fitness Director at fitness@crosscreektexas.com if you have any questions.

Community Events
We are thrilled to announce that effective June 1st, Risher Lifestyle Management Company will be taking over Lifestyle Director services for the community. After a 10-year flourishing partnership with Risher for Fitness Management, we are so excited to fully integrate the Risher experience you have all grown to love in Fitness, now in all Lifestyle aspects.

 

Alyssa Brewer, lifestyle director, will be organizing and planning over 70 events each year for the community. She is excited to create experiences attendees in CCR won’t soon forget.

To view the Resident Event Calendar, please log in to the My CCR App or website. 

Jan 2023
Events Calendar

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