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Health alert from Northgate Crossing MUD: E. COLI FOUND IN WATER SUPPLY
Posted on Dec 1st, 2021
11/30/2021
HEALTH ALERT
E. COLI FOUND IN WATER SUPPLY
E. coli bacteria were found in the water supply on 11/30/2021.  These bacteria can make you sick, and are particular concern for infants, young children and people with weakened immune systems. Please click here for additional information
Holiday Events
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2021
Here are some great holiday events for you to take part in.
 
 
Park Lights/Electricity
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2021
The electricity/lights over at the park will be temporarily disconnected from Wednesday 11/3/2021 through Friday 11/5/2021 due to construction.
NOTICE: YOU CAN HELP PREVENT FLOODING
Posted on Oct 29th, 2021
NOTICE: YOU CAN HELP PREVENT FLOODING
 
Northgate Crossing MUD No. 1 (the “Water District”) has observed that tree limbs and other debris are being discarded into the drainage channel that runs along the back property line of many of the homes in the Water District.  These drainage channels as well as the Levee are owned, operated and maintained by the Water District. When trash and debris are discarded into the drainage channels, storm water flows along the drainage channel are impeded which can result in downstream flooding.  The Water District requests that everyone observe the proper procedure for discarding trash and debris, and refrain from discarding prohibited items in the drainage channels. Bear in mind that it costs the Water District to remove the trash and debris and restore the drainage channel to proper operational flows.  It is the intent of the Water District to monitor the drainage channels, and in instances where debris is discarded into the drainage channels the party responsible for will be back charged the cost incurred by the Water District to clean the drainage channels.  Let’s be good neighbors and keep our drainage channel freely flowing. 
Northwood Pines Park Improvements
Posted on Aug 25th, 2021
Northwood Pines Park Improvements
 
Residents of Northwood Pines may have noticed a number of improvements to the neighborhood recently, including the construction of enhanced street lighting, the planting of new trees, and the addition of decorative pedestrian lighting to the bridge along Northgate Crossing Boulevard.  These projects are the result of an ongoing partnership and collaboration between Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility District No. 1 (the “Water District”) and the Northwood Pines Homeowners Association (the “HOA”).  The latest project underway in connection with this partnership is a direct enhancement to the Northwood Pines Park.  Last week, the existing playground equipment was removed and site preparation began for a splash park with a seating wall.  This splash park will replace the existing playground equipment.  The Water District and the HOA believe that this project will be a benefit to the families in Northwood Pines, and look forward to seeing everyone out in the park in the near future.  In the meantime, please be patient with our construction!
 
Michael R. Willis | Partner
Sanford Kuhl Hagan Kugle Parker Kahn LLP
T: +1.713.850-9000 x221
E: mwillis@sklaw.us 
December 17, 2020 Board of Directors meeting has been postponed
Posted on Dec 9th, 2020
Please note, the December 17, 2020 Board of Directors meeting has been postponed. 
4th of July etiqutee
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2020
With the Fourth of July just around the corner, many of us are getting excited for Independence Day and the celebrations that come with it. While for some, fireworks bring joy and excitement, for others, they can be a cause of stress and anxiety. Please see the 4th of July etiquette ideas below to keep in mind this holiday:
 
July 4th Garbage and Recyle Collection Schedule
Posted on Jul 2nd, 2020
No garbage will be collected on Saturday July 4th. Saturday’s route will be collected on Wednesday, July 8th 2020. Residents are reminded that there will be an interruption of waste pickup services over the Fourth of July holiday. Our trash service provider will provide curbside pickup of trash, recycling and yard trimmings to all residents on the next regularly scheduled service day, Wednesday, July 8, 2020.
 
Texas Launches SNAP Online Grocery Purchases Pilot
Posted on May 12th, 2020
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission today announced the launch of a statewide pilot program allowing Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program recipients to purchase groceries online at participating retailers for curbside pickup or delivery starting Wednesday.
Mandatory masks
Posted on Apr 23rd, 2020
Please click here for important information regarding mandatory masks. 
Northgate Crossing MUD1 update
Posted on Mar 24th, 2020
Northgate Crossing MUD1
 
During this time of social distancing and self quarantine one thing still stands true, WATER still flows!
 
Residents need to know they will still see Inframark trucks and field personnel performing their daily tasks that are part of maintaining the collection and distribution systems.
 
The appropriate personal protective equipment will be used by personnel during these daily tasks. Also, we have asked them to keep the appropriate social distance (6 feet) if approached by a resident. “Presence of the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking water supplies and based on current evidence the risk to water
supplies is low.”

According to the CDC, COVID-19 is mainly thought to spread between people who are in close contact with one another. EPA’s drinking water regulations require treatment at public water systems to remove or kill pathogens, including viruses.
Annual Meeting scheduled for April 16th has been postponed
Posted on Mar 20th, 2020
The Annual Meeting scheduled for April 16th has been postponed until further notice. 
Celebratory gunfire is illegal
Posted on Dec 30th, 2019
Please note that celebratory gunfire is illegal and can lead to prison time. Bullets come down at very fast speeds causing serious damage or injury. On Dec. 31, 2017 alone, Houston Police responded to at least 1,500 calls related to celebratory gunfire, according to a KPRC report. This New Year’s, and every day of the year, practice responsible firearm use and obey the law - don’t discharge a firearm in celebratory gunfire. If you hear gunshots at any time, call 911 immediately.
Texas Pride Disposal holiday service
Posted on Dec 23rd, 2019
Texas Pride Disposal observes just four holidays: New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.  Details are posted on their website regarding trash service and office schedule should a collection day fall on a holiday. Please click here for more details. 
Neighborhood Garage Sale
Posted on Oct 5th, 2019
Northwood Pines neighborhood Garage Sale is scheduled for October 5th. 
Landscape Management Report
Posted on Jul 17th, 2017
Hurricane Harvey
Posted on Jan 24th, 2017
Northgate Crossing Municipal Utility No. 1 (the “Water District”) has announced that, due to worsening conditions, a mandatory evacuation from the Water District is necessary. This is for the Northwood Pines Subdivision. It is possible, if conditions continue at the current rate, that you may be unable to leave the Water District after 11:00pm.  Northwood Pines residents  should prepare for immediate mandatory evacuation. Please exit the Water District along I-45 South and proceed to Spring High School located at 19428 I-45, Spring, TX 77373 for shelter.  To reach Spring High School exit Cypresswood Drive and turn left. Spring High School is located on the left. Additional news will be made available as soon as it is received.
 
Please stay informed, Harris County Office of Emergency Management.
 
http://readyharris.org/News-Information/Harris-County-Alerts
 
 
Upgrades to Neighborhood
Posted on Nov 22nd, 2016
Are you wondering why the monuments have not been repared?
 
In the next year we will be tearing the monuments down and replacing them with new modern formats.   The electrical and water will have to be replaced at each location and upgrades to the landscaping.  
The board has decided that we would not waste money fixing them, since we were going to replace them anyway.   The monuments are over 20 years old and have been a huge expense for the neighborhood in repairs and upkeep.   Structurally some of them are not fantastic, especially the I-45 entrance monument that has been hit with vehicles.    Yes, we know they do not look great.   But once the funding is put into place, they will look fantastic.  
You will see new irrigation put in and landscaping as the final contracts with developers and or Mud district is complete. 
Remember the board lives in the neighborhood and wants the same thing as all the residents,  A nice looking functional community.
New Management Company
Posted on Aug 31st, 2016
The HOA has contracted with a new Management company this year, TXMGMT.  Please send all correspondence and any questions or requests must now be directed to their offices.   
The change was needed in order to better facilitate and manage the day to day activities and make sure that all deed restrictions are followed.  
This office is located in the Woodlands and is very close to our neighborhood.   The owners and employees are highly trained in all aspects of neighborhood management.   You may see them in the neighborhood inspecting or evaluating our needs.  Please welcome them and help them make our neighborhood a better place.  
TXMGMT
PO Box 9184, The Woodlands, TX  77387
832-910-7525