Southwyck 4 H.O.A, Inc

Subdivisions: Southmanor*Edgewater Estates*Southfield Village*Huntington Park

Management Company; PMG-Houston

Community Association Manager; Otis Chandler

Phone; 713-329-7100 * 713-329-7114


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Changes to meeting date or location will appear here.

NOTICE - Next Board meeting is June 24th, 2021 at 7pm.

NEW LOCATION - With Texas opening all businesses, we are moving our meetings back to in person. 

BIG HORN BBQ- (The Brazos Room) 2300 Smith Ranch Road, Pearland, Texas 77584

All homeowners are encourage to attend, please remember to request to be added to the agenda if you need to address the Board directly. 

People are free to buy their dinner to bring into the room while attending the meeting.

Morgan Pool 2021 Season - updates will appear here. We are preparing to open May 28th!

New information for Pool Season, check here.

Click here to find the New Owner Welcome packet

LAWSUIT FACTS- On 9/5/2019, Southwyck Section IV HOA was forced to sue Southwyck Community Association. The lawsuit could have been avoided if Southwyck Community Association had complied with the numerous requests for an  accounting of their Income and Expenses. The legal document listing the reasons and the requested documents is here.

Southwyck Section IV HOA, Inc continues to work so we can get our Association under homeowner control. Southmanor or Southwyck Section IV was the first subdivision to be built and sold out in 1984. Over the years, the developer annexed Southfield Village (Section7), Huntington Park (Section8) and the last one, Edgewater Estates (Section9). Those are the ONLY 4 subdivisions subject to the Declarations of Southwyck Section IV. 

From 1984 to 1991, these 4 subdivisions were managed by Southwyck Section4 HOA, Inc and Southwyck Community Association was nothing but an advising board. In 2005, the board of the Southwyck Community Association decided to dramatically change operations and gain control of many duties not within their scope of authority as per the Declarations. Some of their actions since 2005 include;

*Hiring a Management Company -doubling expenses for homeowners

*Hiring a new Landscape Company -doubling expenses for homeowners

*Increasing their control by taking away management duties from HOA's

*2005-Initiating lawsuit against Silverlake HOA, using money dedicated exclusively to maintenance of General Common Areas, in legal proceedings without homeowner input.

...more to come

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