Welcome to the ACIA Homeowners website
The homeowners of the ACIA are proud that Atascocita is one of the fastest growing residential neighborhoods in the nation. Atascocita is bordered by Lake Houston and is home to many parks, golf courses, Country Clubs and over 15 established neighborhoods. Our community is a diverse and thriving mix of neighborhoods. We have excellent schools and outstanding medical facilities within 15 minutes of Atascocita.
The ACIA is comprised of the following: Pines of Atascocita/Atascocita Shores I, which has beautiful water front lots, a beautifully wooded park as well as swimming and tennis facilities for the residents, Atascocita Shores and Pinehurst of Atascocita neighborhoods which also offer beautiful lake and water front lots, as well as beautiful homes within this elegant tree lined neighborhood. We also offer a large marina, tennis courts and swimming pool facilities for its residents. Amenities throughout the ACIA are available for all residents.
The Atascocita Community Improvement Association welcomes anyone who is currently a resident or any prospective residents to contact us with any questions.
ACIA Annual Meeting Election Results
We would like to thank everyone who showed up at The Overlook last night and also those that voted and could not attend. Without involved homeowners our community could not function, so thanks to all of you. Congratulations to Sue Boaz Raymond and thank you for volunteering to help our community.
202 Voted for Sue Boaz Raymond
74 Voted for Greg Campbell
Volunteers are the life's blood that keeps our community a great place to live and enjoy. Volunteers are needed for positions on the Safety Committee, Nominating Committee, Social Committee (egg hunt, July 4th parade, National Night Out), and Recreation Committee (pool/parks/marina). Just a few hours of your time can make a difference in the quality of our neighborhood. Please contact any Board member (email address located on the website) or call Sterling Association Services at 832-678-4500 for more information or to volunteer.
Don’t Dump On ACIA
The ACIA must expend considerable funds paying contractors to pick up and dispose of green waste (dead tree branches) that are dumped on common areas. Dumping of green waste has also happened on the petroleum pipeline running through the sections located on the south side of FM 1960. Dumping degrades the environment, is an eyesore, and is difficult to clean up. We should all take our obligation to protect the neighborhood environment seriously. The trash contractor, Waste Management, will pick up branches that are bundled and less than 4 feet in length. Local business, Dirt Cheap Mulch, will accept branches of any length for a small fee. Costs for all services are continuously rising. Please help keep our neighborhood attractive and clean.
If you witness anyone dumping, get the license plate number and a description of the vehicle if possible than call the Precinct 4 Constable Dispatch at 281-376-3472. ACIA will prosecute for dumping on private property.
Mr. James Longoria has graciously volunteered to be Chairperson of newly formed Tennis Committee. He’s an avid player and looking for other tennis enthusiasts to play tennis in Atascocita. Anyone interested should contact Mr. Longoria by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pool Access Key Fobs
Pool access key fobs are available from Sterling Association Services, Inc. 562 Kingwood Drive, Suite 13, Kingwood, Texas 77339, 832-678-4500. First key fob is free 1 per household and may be used at either pool. Replacement key fobs will cost $45.00. Checks or money orders only must be made payable to ACIA. Click on Community Forms to download the Pool Access Registration Form.
Shores Pool - 8810 Pine Shores Drive - Is open - Mon, Wed, Thurs and Fri 12PM to 8PM, Sat 12PM to 9PM, Sun 1PM to 8PM, Closed Tuesday.
Pinehurst Pool - 20600 Atascocita Shores Drive - Is Open - Mon, Tues, Thurs, 12PM to 8PM, Fri. 12PM to 9PM, Sat. 12PM to 8PM, Sun. 1PM to 8PM, Closed Wednesday.
Pools can be reserved for private parties. D&S Recreational Services, Inc. manages the ACIA pools and provides lifeguard services. Pools close for the season September 2nd.
ACIA Marina Access
As of July 10th 2013 a new key is need to access the Marina and can be picked up at Sterling Association Services, 562 Kingwood Drive, suite 13, Kingwood TX 77339. Fee is $15 per year. See below for more information.
The ACIA Marina located on Atascocita Shores Drive is available to all homeowners in the ACIA neighborhood. The newly constructed boat ramp, tables, and park atmosphere make enjoying Lake Houston pretty easy. Open daylight hours only. There are no boat slips and electricity is not available at this time. Access keys are available from Sterling Association Services, 562 Kingwood Drive, Suite 13, Kingwood TX 77339. The fee for new keys is $15.00 per year, if you paid your fee in December 2012 or anytime in 2013 your one time replacement key is free. You can also call Sterling Association Services for more information at 832-678-4500. Enjoy Lake Houston.
Residential trash service is provided by Waste Management, 713-686-6666, and the costs are included in the residents annual assessment. Please click on Garbage Collection Service Guidelines on the right hand side to get more information.
Harris County Commissioners' District Changes
The ACIA area has been redistricted and is now in Precinct 2. Mr. Jack Morman is the current Harris County Commissioner. The new Commissioner Precinct lines go into effect immediately. Precinct 2 gains substantial new area in the Northeast, including the May Community Center and May Park.
Public meetings will be held after Labor Day for Commissioner Morman to meet with new constituents and learn about their concerns and infrastructure improvement requests.
To receive meeting notices and other important information, please subscribe to Precinct 2 information by clicking on http://www.hcp2.com/newsletter
A representative from Precinct 2 has scrutinized our area and noticed the numerous drain lines cut into the curbing that drain water into the streets. Discharging drain water into the streets is illegal unless the homeowner has obtained a Harris County permit and paid a $5000 bond. Precinct 2 will not pursue enforcement at this time; however, this is a major concern. Cutting into the curb causes substantial damage to the curbing which can further deteriorate with time. Large chunks of concrete curbing have been noticed falling away from the curb and migrating into the street. These concrete chunks can be a serious driving hazard. If residents install drain lines, a Pop-up Drain Emitter is recommended. The pop-up drain emitter allows water to be diverted and released to water-safe areas away from structures, erosion-prone landscapes, and poor drainage areas. The special design allows the emitter to open with a negligible amount of pressure. Since the emitter is closed during dry weather, debris can’t enter the drain pipes. The pop-up emitter is opened by the hydrostatic pressure of water flowing through the drain pipe and as the flow diminishes the emitter closes. The Pop-up Drain Emitter is available from local home improvement stores.
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Fish Kill & Golf Course Update
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