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Sharpstown is a diverse collection of long-time and brand new residents. Some of us are Houston born and raised while others came from across the globe to make their home here. What we have in common is the desire for a safe,clean and well maintained community in which to live and raise our families. We want to enjoy our surroundings, know our property is safe and trust our neighbors to take care of their homes as we take care of our own. We want to work with and see results from our community and those representing us.

Now is the time to come together and make a difference, and your membership payment and volunteer participation is greatly appreciated.

Heavy Trash Collection Schedule

Heavy Trash Collection Schedule Residents may dispose of their Tree Waste and Junk Waste at their curbside. Tree Waste is collected during ODD numbered months and Junk Waste is collected during EVEN numbered months. This method of collecting large waste comes with the benefits of diverting materials that can be recycled from landfills, thus saving landfill space. Click on Read More to see the full Heavy Trash Schedule.

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2017 Membership Drive

2017 Membership Drive Now is the time to come together and make a difference in your community. Membership helps to fund security patrols, mosquito spraying ans enforcement of deed restrictions and architectural controls. Join or Renew today and help us to keep our neighborhood moving forward in 2017

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Important Crime Alert

Important Crime Alert CRIMINALS CAUGHT IN THE ACT!

The Country Club Terrace 3 area of Sharpstown experienced a highly unusual series of driveway robberies and home invasions over recent weeks. On February 22, four individuals were taken into custody during the commission of a home invasion, and have now confessed to their role in six attacks. These arrests culminate weeks of outstanding cooperation between Houston Police and Sharpstown’s private S.E.A.L. security patrol. Information observed by S.E.A.L. Officer James Taylor during his Sharpstown patrol enabled HPD to engage their resources to apprehend these dangerous criminals. We applaud the joint efforts of HPD and S.E.A.L. to remove predators from our neighborhood.
Remember, always report suspicious vehicles and individuals to both Houston Police and S.E.A.L. security. Our great law enforcement agencies need our help to keep us safe.

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