Payment via TownSq is available! Please click the link and follow the prompts to register your TownSq account. If you have already registered, please click the link and login as usual.
Generator Rebate Pilot Program Supports Proactive Preparedness
Sugar Land City Council recently approved an ordinance establishing a generator rebate pilot program -- a move intended to promote preparedness, resiliency and residential reinvestment. Qualifying homeowners must apply for the rebate by Nov. 30, which will be issued after completion and approval of all required city building inspections. The rebate covers permit and plan check fees associated with the installation of permanent standby generators. Click here for more details.
Vacation Safety Tips
Summer is officially here, and some of us are so eager to get away that when vacation time comes around, we throw caution to the wind, and fail to take the usual precautions that keep us safe day-to-day. Click here to read vacation safety tips from Sugar Land Police Department.
City of Sugar Land Update May 28, 2021
Here are some ways you can help fight the bite
Following some pretty wet weeks, the city has increased its seasonal mosquito spraying to twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays and is placing larvicide tablets in standing water to reduce mosquito reproduction.
The city sprays for mosquitoes to reduce the potential spread of mosquito-borne diseases. When spraying is required, the service will be performed on Tuesday and Friday nights, during the months of May through October. Spraying will begin each evening at approximately 9 p.m and continue until the entire city has been treated. Larvicide applications are also routinely performed citywide in order to help eliminate mosquito breeding sites.
In addition to the city's efforts, here are some ways you can help fight the bite!
-DUSK & DAWN are the times mosquitoes are most active, stay inside if possible
-DRAIN standing water where mosquitoes breed such as clogged gutters or birdbaths
-DEET defend yourself using insect repellent containing DEET or picaridin
-DRESS in long sleeves and pants, when outdoors
For more information on our mosquito control efforts, visit www.sugarlandtx.gov/FightTheBite
2021 Pool Information
Click here for the pool schedule and forms.
City of Sugar Land update May 13, 2021
Fight the Bite
No, there aren't actually mosquitoes flying around Sugar Land with tiny boxing gloves…but it is time for us to fight the bite! Our teams have started spraying efforts, but here are some other ways you can protect yourself from the potential of West Nile Virus using the Four D's:
✅ DUSK & DAWN are the times mosquitoes are most active, stay inside if possible
✅ DRAIN standing water where mosquitoes breed such as clogged gutters or birdbaths
✅ DEET defend yourself using insect repellent containing DEET or picaridin
✅ DRESS in long sleeves and pants, when outdoors
FBISD Summer Camp 2021
The FBISD Extended Learning Department will be hosting Summer Camp from June 7 – July 23. Summer Camp will consist of seven one-week sessions at select campuses for students in Pre-K through middle school across the District.Summer enrichment activities are interactive, project-focused and challenge students to use critical thinking skills while having a blast!
To learn more and register today, visit www.fortbendisd.com/extendedlearning and select the Summer Program Tab.
MASC Austin Properties, Inc. is excited to announce the launch of TownSq — a new all-in-one mobile app designed to help you connect, collaborate and stay up-to-date with your association – any time on any device. Manage your account and access the resources you need when you need them.
Download the app and register to:
• Easily communicate with your management team
• Manage your account and pay online
• Get up-to-date news and alerts
• Request and review status of service inquiries
• Engage with others residents in your neighborhood
• Access important association documents
• And more!
To register your account, please log onto www.townsq.io, use your Account ID located above your name on the mailing label (see example), and the association zip code (77478). Set your password and account preferences and you will then be ready to start experiencing community your way with TownSq. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this new process as we are excited to offer these new services to your community.
TRASH COLLECTION PICKUP DAYS
Trash collection reminder: Monday and Thursday are trash days, recycling day is Monday, green waste day is Monday. Bulk waste day is on the first Monday of each month. Do not leave bulky waste out other than once a month. If you need assistance between then contact Republic Waste and they will provide the extra service for a fee.
Management Office: In order to maintain management responsibilities to our communities, office staff has been minimized with all other staff working remotely until authorized to return to the office. Protocols have been put into place in compliance with government guidelines as we are permitted to re-open.
Community Inspections: Community inspections are being conducted monthly, as per usual schedule. If owners are experiencing difficulties related to the pandemic, a request for more time to cure the violation/concern can be submitted to the Board for review.
Suspension of Board Meetings: Until restrictions are amended to allow group gatherings, in-person board meetings have been suspended. Any necessary board meetings will be held by teleconference. Notice of any teleconference board meetings will be posted on the TownSq app. The meeting notice will include information necessary for owners to participate in the teleconference meeting.
Suspension of Annual Meeting: Under the recommendations received by association attorneys, annual meetings should be suspended until the appropriate authorities deem it safe for people to meet in large groups again. It is not recommended to hold annual meetings via electronic or telephonic means, due to statutory requirements that specifically apply to non-profit corporations and POA's. Election procedures (solicitation of candidates, notice of meeting) will be followed once appropriate authorities have deemed it safe for people to meet in large groups again.
Closure of Common Areas: The swimming pool, clubhouse and tennis court are open with capacity limitations and social distancing restrictions. The playground continues to remain closed at this time.
Suspension of Community Events: All community events have been suspended until further notice.
Welcome to the Covington Woods community, located in beautiful
Sugar Land, Texas.