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Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council
Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council

Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council (CRSWCC) is a community-based, non-profit corporation whose purpose is to provide programs, activities, and services to facilitate and enhance community life in the Cinco Ranch community and the greater community while responding to individual creativity and interests. In short, the CRSWCC Board of Trustees is responsible for the social activities, educational activities, cultural experiences, environmental programs, and charitable offerings for the Cinco Ranch Residential II Association of 6,358 homes. Under the best circumstances, this is a large undertaking for the 7-member board and the assistance of the Community Coordinator.

During these unprecedented times, the CRSWCC Board of Trustees and the Community Coordinator rose to the challenge. It was the goal of the team to still provide the community with safe, entertaining, and educational experiences from the comfort of their homes.

In the past 18 months, more than 40 events were successfully held while maintaining social distancing and navigating the “new normal” of virtual living. The team offered virtual events such as bingo, trivia, movie watch parties, minute to win it, wreath making classes, beer and cheese pairing, and a kids mad scientist event. There were also several drive-thru events that included a bag of Easter eggs for hunting at home, a car show, trick or treating, and our largest event of the year: Family Fest.

The Community Coordinator worked with the Board of Trustees to launch the digital lifestyle page that included many educational opportunities and numerous DIY crafts for the entire family. This page is still being maintained and frequently updated even though many of the residents have returned to daily activities outside the home.

With these uncertain times, the CRSWCC Board of Trustees and the Community Coordinator continue to brainstorm creative and fun ways to uphold the mission of the Cinco Ranch Southwest Community Council while keeping the residents of Cinco Ranch Residential II Association safe.


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
May 2021   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
July 2021   Magnolia Heights Homeowners Association, Inc.
January 2021   Plantation at Woodforest Community Association
December 2021   Reserve at Clear Lake Community Association
June 2021   Riverpark on the Brazos Property Owners Association
April 2021   S.A. Stonecrest at Lookout Canyon Homeowners 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.
July 2021   Yaupon Ranch Homeowners Association
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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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