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Posted by sutton on January 15, 2015

Community Association Documents (Updated Jan, 2015)

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1. Articles Of Incorporation Of Sutton Square Community Association, Inc.

2. Bylaws Of Sutton Square Community Association, Inc

3. Resolutions and Guidelines

4. Master Declaration of Covenants and Restriction For Sutton Square

5. First, Second and Third Amendment To Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions For Sutton Square

6. First Amendment To Architectural Guidelines For Modifications Committee Of Sutton Square Community Association,Inc.

FILES 1-6 Above, combined in single PDF (127 pgs)  (Download PDF)

 

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Posted by sutton on January 25, 2013

Our neighborhood trash collection is provided by:  VF Waste Services, Inc.  (713) 787-9790

Trash Guidelines .pdf

VF Waste Services, Inc., will provide door-to-door trash service of household garbage to your
association. Household garbage must be ready for pick up by 7:00 am on the day of collection.
Heavy trash must also be ready by 7:00 am on Fridays. All trash containers/cans must be accessible by VF employees and not blocked by obstacles, including parked cars. The trash
containers/cans must not weigh more than 45 pounds and exceed a 50 gallon carrying capacity.
Please limit no more than four trash cans per household.
We will only collect household yard waste generated by each home in the normal course of
maintenance. We will not collect commercial landscape debris left over from major renovations,
installations performed by contractors or homeowners. Branches must be put in bundles and
less than 4 feet in length., 18 inches in diameter, and not weighing more than 40 pounds. Small
tree trunks must be split in quarter sections in order to be picked up. No large of extremely
heavy trunks will be collected.
Heavy trash must be placed in each resident’s designated trash areas Residents can dispose of items such as furniture (but not extremely heavy or large), small sofas and couches, appliances, mattresses, thin wood doors, small televisions, lightweight bath tubs, a very small amount of bundled carpet etc. Please limit your heavy trash items to no more than 3 items per home on each scheduled heavy trash day. Excessive amounts of heavy trash will only be collected by making special arrangements at an extra cost or it will be picked up little by little on each heavy trash day and only 3 items maximum each time. Large items must be broken down when possible. Appliances containing refrigerants must have a tag attached to them certifying that a qualified technician has removed the refrigerant. We will not pick up construction material generated by renovations, installations performed by contractors or homeowners. These items include sheet rock, tile, cabinets, toilets, heavy bath tubs, dirt, metal doors, glass doors, large amounts ofcarpet etc. Other additional items that willnot be collected include batteries, tires, rocks, dirt, bricks, concrete, roofing shingles, oils, paint, antifreeze, dead animals and any other hazardous materials. Large amount of branches or trees will not be collected unless special monetary arrangements are made directly will VF Waste Service.

 

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Posted by sutton on November 28, 2012

 

Welcome to Sutton Square, you’ve moved to a great neighborhood!  To help meet your neighbors, there are several groups to connect with in the area.

…Here’s the parents group I mentioned.  Started as “Montrose Moms” – morphed to Montrose & Midtown Moms.  Dads are definitely welcomed. There are several hundred local families on there.

https://www.bigtent.com/groups/montrosemoms

Some of your neighbors are already on there!

playgroups

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Posted by sutton on November 28, 2012

On several occasions, informal Easter Egg Hunts and Halloween parties in the Park have been organized by area residents.

You can catch up with these events through the Montrose BigTent Events

The Board would like to hear from these organizers to determine how we can best assist to promote these events and bring neighbors together.  We will have this topic posted on the website for discussion.

Do you have a pet?  Would you like to organize an event at the park?  Several years ago we hosted a Children/Pet Halloween party in the park.  If you would like to organize this event please contact the Paula and the Board!

Would you like to use parties for children and pets have been hosted in the park.  We’d like to expand these and in conjunction with this garage sale, have a party in the park(?), acoustic bands only (?), and have the kids and dogs out, etc.    If you like this idea, then we’d like to suggest forming a committee to explore it further.  Would you like to volunteer?  Please see the website for further information and discussion.

 

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Posted by sutton on November 28, 2012

With the majority of the neighborhood approaching 10 years in age there are some home preventative maintenance concerns that homeowners should be aware of:

Water Heater Maintenance
Many of the homes have their hot water heater located in the attic, and we all know how the old saying goes “out of site out of mind”, but this is one that could severely impact your living if it is not maintained!!   These water heaters can and will expire, at the most inconvenient of times and can cause severe damage to your home as well as those that are attached to you.  Call a plumber and have your water heater serviced today (flush the water heater of sludge, check valves/gaskets for potential leaks, etc), you will be glad that you did!!

 

Frozen Pipes
Winter is on it’s way! We all know how unpredictable the Houston weather can be, so you could go to bed tonight and it be in the 70’s and wake up with it in the 30’s. Please take the time to wrap (Cloth and duct tape is sufficient) all the exposed pipes that you have coming into your home to avoid frozen pipes.  After frosts, please remove this covering (and not leave it in place year round!)

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