On behalf of your neighbors and the Remington Ranch Association we would like to welcome you to your new community. We hope the following information is useful and that you will let us know if we can be of further help.
The thought of notifying everybody about a change of address can seem exhausting when you're in the middle of packing and sorting items. Getting mail to your new address is as simple as filling out and submitting a change of address form to the United States Postal Service (USPS). Notify the USPS in advance to allow the change to be made in time.
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Read the Terms and Conditions and choose "Click here to begin.” You will automatically be directed to a new page. Follow the instructions
Obtain keys from the previous owner or contact the post office for re-key, a fee may apply. Post Office Westfield Station 17119 Red Oak Dr. Houston TX 77090, 281-440-9509. Owners will be required to provide proof of ownership to the post office.
HOUSTON, TX 77090-9998
♦ Trash is collected twice weekly on Wednesday and Saturday, and it must be out by 7:00 a.m. on collection day. Recycling is collected once weekly on Wednesday. Containers must be removed from street view. Home owner is responsible to set it up and get trash containers. Best Trash is the contractor for trash pickup, and they are contracted by the MUD. Best Trash can be reached at 281-313-BEST (2378), and should be contacted for any complaints or questions about trash services. http://www.best-trash.com/
♦Heavy trash is schedule on regular pickup.(Wednesday & Saturday)
Trees, shrubs, brush trimmings and fencing must be tied and bundled in lengths no greater than 4 feet with no branch diameter exceeding 3 inches and must be placed at the curb. The tying and bundling is required to allow quick pickup and size limitations are required to avoid damaging the equipment in the crushing process.
All residential waste materials must be either in containers, bags or bundles not exceeding 40 pounds.
Items such as appliances, furniture, carpet (up to 1 room, tied and rolled up four feet wide and less than fifty pounds), cardboard boxes (flattened), will be picked up either day.
NOTICE: By Federal Law, refrigerators and freezers or any other items containing Freon must be drained of Freon and have an accompanying bill to validate such service was performed.
Items excluded from normal collection are dirt, rocks, bricks, tile, concrete, tires, batteries, motor oil, cooking oil, waste generated by a private contractor or any materials or items deemed hazardous materials. Best Trash will leave a tag explaining the reason for non-collected item(s).
♦ Recycle trash is schedule for up pick-up on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.
♦ Recyle Bank - Earn points and rewards like discounts on groceries, entertainment and even gift cards, there's something great for everyone.
♦ Parking on any non-paved surface such as yards or grassy easement a violation of our community Deed Restrictions.
♦ All residents' vehicles should be parked in their garage or driveway per the Deed Restrictions.
♦ It is a violation of Federal Law to post anything on the mailboxes. All residents are urged to remove any fliers, cards, etc. from the mailboxes.
Parking Violations: Did You Know? If you have received an orange flyer on your windshield of your vehicle here is why, the state law prohibits the following:
- Blocking driveways
- Parking too close to intersections
- Parking too close to corners
- Blocking fire hydrants
- Parking in fire lanes
If a vehicle is parked blocking a sidewalk, it becomes very difficult for pedestrians, bicycles, children, strollers and wheelchairs to pass safely. Blocking the sidewalk can result in forcing these people to enter into the street causing unsafe conditions.
When a vehicle is parked blocking a driveway, it creates an inconvenience for the homeowners attempting to leave, or enter his/her driveway.
48 HOUR PARKING
No vehicle can be parked on any residential street for more than 48 consecutive hours.
PARKING TOO CLOSE TO AN INTERSECTION OR CROSSWALK
Vehicles may not be parked within 30 feet of a stop sign or within 20 feet of a crosswalk.
BLOCKING A FIREHYDRANT
This is one of the most common violations is when a vehicle is parked blocking a fire hydrant, or fire lane. This can create problems for emergency vehicles and hinders their ability to do their job effectively. No vehicles may be parked within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
This information was provided by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in order to familiarize you with a few common laws which we should keep in mind when operating a motor vehicle. Your safety and the safety of others is very important to us. Remember to always buckle up.