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Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
Cinco Ranch Residential Association II

Cinco Ranch II continues to be one of Houston’s premier family-oriented communities, serving as a signature piece in the Katy area, a mixture of metropolitan with a dash of southern hospitality. The Cinco Ranch II residents display a wonderful mixture of cultures from all around the world. The Community has around 6,300 homes and is located in the heart of Katy, Texas just off the Westpark Tollway.

One of the features that make Cinco Ranch II so special is the amazing amount of volunteerism from the residents of this community. There are 7 Board members who attend every meeting and communicate with C.I.A. Services on issues in their community and guide us on what we can do to best suit the needs of all residents and ensure Cinco Ranch is a great place to live for everyone. Alongside the Board members, there are 101 Neighborhood Voting Delegates charged with casting votes for all community elections and votes. These delegates ensure that each section of the neighborhood has their voices heard, and in such a large and diverse community, their work is necessary.

In addition to the Board and Neighborhood Voting Delegates, there are numerous fully volunteer-run committees that serve various purposes in Cinco Ranch II. The Committees that work most closely with C.I.A. Services include the Design Review Committee, who works with us on home improvement applications, and the Budget Advisory Community, who works on the annual budget and evaluates costs to the Association each year.

A few of these Committees’ work pertains to keeping Cinco Ranch II a welcoming and pleasant place to live in and near. The Beautification Committee evaluates cost-saving options for landscaping, decides the community’s seasonal colors, and sponsors the Yard of the Month award program. The Parks & Recreation Committee evaluates the amenities and provides recommendations to the Board for improvements and use policies. Lastly for this category, the Fence Advisory Committee works on recommendations regarding boulevard fence replacement and maintenance. The work of all three of these groups of volunteers keeps new homeowners flowing into Cinco Ranch II by keeping a beautiful and desirable look and guarantees that current residents continue to feel proud of their community and happy in their homes.

The Shared-Use Committee and Safety Committee work with outside organizations to benefit the residents of Cinco Ranch II. The Shared-Use Committee works with the neighboring Cinco Ranch I Association on their shared amenity program, and the Safety Committee works with the MUDs overseeing the neighborhood patrol contracts and provides safety reports to the homeowners.

Lastly, there are two Committees who provide connections between the Board and all other residents. The Nominating Committee is responsible for finding volunteers for the vacant board positions each election, and the Communications Committee works on the monthly newsletter that is sent out to all occupants of Cinco Ranch II.

All of these Committees are volunteer-based and consist of hardworking individuals who, in addition to their own jobs and lives, commit their time to make sure Cinco Ranch II is a beautiful, safe, and communal place to live for all. The work that they put in deserves to be recognized and is what makes Cinco Ranch II great.

Community Spotlight – Features Past

There are some great stories, some wonderful programs, some fantastic people to meet in these features, enjoy our past Community Spotlight features.

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October 2021   Aliana Community Council
October 2020   Artesian Lakes Community Association
March 2021   Atascocita Trails Homeowners Association
January 2021   BGR Property Owners Association
September 2020   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
September 2021   Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council
February 2021   Cross Creek Ranch Community Association
November 2020   Deer Hollow Homeowners Association, Inc.
June 2020   Indian Shores Property Owners Association
November 2021   Lake House Community Association
March 2021   Legacy Trails Cell-3 Homeowners Association, Inc.
February 2022   Lincoln Green Estates Community Association
May 2022   New Forest Homeowners Association
January 2021   Plantation at Woodforest Community Association
December 2021   Reserve at Clear Lake Community Association
June 2021   Riverpark on the Brazos Property Owners Association
August 2021   Stable Gate Homeowners Association
July 2020   Sunrise Pines Homeowners Association, Inc.
December 2020   Telfair Commercial Association
November 2021   The Community Association at Cielo Rio
March 2022   The Mesas and Ridge at Canyon Springs Homeowners Association
February 2021   The Summit Mutual Amenities Association, Inc.
August 2020   Valley Lodge Property Owners Association
March 2022   Village of Tour 18 Homeowners Association
October 2021   Walker Ranch Homeowners Association
April 2022   Westover Valley Homeowners Association, Inc.
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Board meetings are open to all owners. The meetings are announced on the community web pages with a date, time and place at least 144 hours in advance of the meeting.  The agenda for the meeting is also posted.

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