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Message from Management

Labor Day Holiday Office Closure

The onsite office will be closed in observance of the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 4, 2023.

Access Cards & Key Fobs

The access cards have increased to $10 each, and the fobs are $15.

Street Trees & Front Trees

The board has expressed its approval for variances to be granted for street tree removal and front yard tree removal via the ACC on a case-by-case basis, as appropriate; however, the board has not given blanket approval or modified the covenants; the owners must still go through the ACC process by submitting an application for a variance to remove street trees. The variance will only be approved if a cause exists in certain circumstances. The Association has adopted a process, and the supplement will be recorded and placed on the website.

Towing Enforcement & Short-Term Leasing

The Board of Directors made some recent changes within the community, and we would like to introduce two new policies that will take affect immediately. The following are policies regarding Towing Enforcement and Short-Term Leasing (example: Airbnb & VRBO). Read highlights of each policy on the website, however, we encourage all residents to read each policy thoroughly.


2023 Pool Schedule

Now that school is in session, both of the pools will only be open on the weekends and will close for the season after September 24, 2023.

August 28th - September 24th:

Monday - Friday: CLOSED

Saturday 10AM - 8PM

Sunday 12PM - 8PM

Labor Day (9/4) 10AM - 8PM

Abandoned Vehicles - Non-Gated Sections

If you observe an abandoned vehicle in any non-gated sections, please immediately report the vehicle to the Harris County Sheriff's Department non-emergency at 713-221-6000.

Parking Policy

As a friendly reminder street parking is not permitted. Street parking is our #1 complaint submitted by residents. Vehicles parked on streets, stacked/double parked in cul-de-sacs, in front of mailboxes, and at curves/turns/corners create hazards for other drivers as they cannot see around those vehicles. Please be sure that you are utilizing all the spaces in the garage and driveway to accommodate the number of vehicles they were built to hold. Vehicles parked on the street is a major concern for emergency responders and school buses as they have difficulty navigating through the community, especially the many sections that have narrow roads.


Please note that security is driving throughout the community and placing stickers on vehicles that are in violation of the deed restrictions. 

  • During the hours of 5:01 am - 12:59 am, street parking is allowed only when the driveway is full.
  • During the hours of 1:00 am - 5:00 am, street parking is NOT allowed.
  • Guests of residents, including caregivers or domestic help, must park their vehicles in the driveway of the resident they are visiting unless the driveway is full.
  • Service providers that are providing a service to a resident's lot (e.g., construction workers, landscapers, plumbers, etc.) may park on the street.
  • Commercial vehicles may not be parked overnight in the neighborhood. 


If you received a sticker on your driver-side window, please correct the violation by moving your vehicle out of the street and onto your driveway. If you are having a party or gathering, please contact the HOA via TownSq or stonegaterec@associa.us, and a temporary parking pass will be issued.


Please review the parking policy for your reference.

Having a gathering?

If you are having a party/gathering and will have many visitors, please let management know with the following information.

  • Name and contact information
  • Address
  • Date of event
  • Start and end times of the event
  • Street/s you will be having your guests park on

Please be courteous to your neighbors, avoid blocking surrounding driveways, and keep noise levels to a minimum.

Please send your request to stonegaterec@associa.us.


Please be advised that our inspectors are scheduled every month for any violations of the deed restrictions. We have received reports about various concerns that need to be addressed, and the inspectors will look at all aspects of the property for compliance with the deed restrictions. Below are a few examples of what has been reported:

  • Fences that are faded and need to be painted
  • Fences that are rusted and need repairs
  • Landscape Maintenance - overgrown, dead/dying grass, plants, and trees
  • Items stored in the backyards
  • Play structures that are broken and not being maintained
  • Roof gutters that are broken
  • Patio/Gazebo fabric covers that are faded, torn, and/or missing

Stone Gate Lifestyle

Upcoming Events


Saturday, September 9th, 7:00 AM at Community/Splashpad

Ready to clean house? Exchange your clutter for cash! 

Our semi-annual Community Garage Sale will be on Saturday, September 09, from 7:00 am - 12:00 pm! Get to know your neighbors, clear the clutter, and make some cash.

Banners and signs have been posted in the community, and an advertisement has been placed in the Stone Gate Slate. You may place signs at the entrance to your section and in your yard to promote your garage sale. Signs must be removed on Saturday, September 09, after the sale by 1:00 pm. PLEASE REFRAIN from attaching your garage sale sign to community signs. Please do not move or remove any community banners or signs.


We will have our Shred Event from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm at the SplashPad, 9901 Red Rugosa Dr, Houston, TX 77095.

Happy Cleaning!

Maintenance Updates

Items Completed: 

  • The team has placed more maintenance QR codes around the community.
  • The company van was taken to the dealership for an oil change and tire rotation.
  • Canyon Green Pedestrian Gate: the kant-slam is broken and was removed. The gate still closes on its own with the spring on it.
  • Lost Mill Hahns Peak Pedestrian Gate: the hinges have been adjusted to the gate that is on the same side as the playground.
  • Lost Mill Hahns Peak Exit Gate: repairs were made to the gate as it was not fully opening to allow a large vehicle to exit. The post was realigned, and the hinges were moved higher so that the gate wouldn't rub against the concrete or the ground. It was re-painted and left operational.
  • Danbury Bridge Hahns Peak Pedestrian Gate: our maintenance team found that the kant-slam was broken, so they removed it. It still closes properly with the spring on it.
  • Keystone Fairway Main Entry: an old gate signpost was removed where the old call-box used to be.
  • Soccer field Near Guardhouse: one "no parking" signpost was leaning due to a car backing into it, and our team straightened it out with new concrete. The maintenance team also painted the two bike racks black.
  • Switchback "no fishing" sign was leaning backward and was straightened by our maintenance team with new concrete.
  • Island Shores "no fishing" sign was stolen. The sign was located along the lake, nearest Queenston. Our team replaced the missing sign.
  • Tennis Court Windscreens: at both courts, the team reattached the screens. The Board has approved replacement screens, and are being ordered.
  • SplashPad: the team found someone dug a large hole in the sandpit in the playground area, so they refilled the hole with sand. The team also re-painted a bike rack and three trash cans. At the tennis court, a plug was missing the safety cover box, so it was replaced. The funbrella inside of the pool was replaced. Our team found a leak coming from a spigot in the pool pump area and has made the repairs.
  • The guardhouse front window was replaced because there were cracks in some of the windows. Our maintenance team helped remove the curtains on the inside while the contractor completed the work.

Items in Progress (Projects/Work has started)

  • Tuckerton and Cypress North Houston Street Lights Addition - Pending an application with the county for approval.

SplashPad Upgrades

Re-Painting - Before & After

Sandpit - Before & After

Safety Cover Box - Before & After

Funbrella inside Pool Area - Before & After

Guardhouse Window Replacement



Maintenance Request

We are happy to announce that we are using a new work order program, MaintainX. Work order requests can now be submitted via this link on both computers and mobile devices. Once a request for a work order is submitted, the request can either be approved or denied. You will receive notifications for the request's status and when the work order is completed. Please submit any questions or feedback to the onsite staff by clicking here


Clubhouse Address:

11655 Canyon Green Drive

Houston, TX 77095


Resident Services Office Hours:

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday | 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Saturday | Closed

Sunday | Closed


Hybrid Board Meetings:

Board meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of every other month at 6:00 pm at the Sterling Country Club Houston National. Agendas are posted on the community website. Residents are welcome to attend. If you would like to get added to the Resident Forum, please email Management.

Resident Services:

Office Number: 832-653-3763

Office Email: stonegaterec@associa.us

Website: www.stonegatetxhoa.com


Meet the Team:

Krystal Vigil | General Manager

Jennifer Hidalgo | Assistant Manager

Lee Hernandez | Administrative Assistant

Steffany Maldenado | Administrative Assistant

Manny Lopez | Maintenance Tech

Daniel Rodriguez | Maintenance Tech

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