Welcome to The Reserve at Cypress Creek!

The Reserve at Cypress Creek is a small gated community located in Cypress, Texas - 25 miles northwest of downtown Houston. It features 132 single-family brick homes with an average size of 2800 sq. ft. and built on 60'-70' wide lots.

The Reserve is nestled in the tall oaks and pines that Cypress is known for and backs up to The Little Cypress Creek Nature Preserve.

Important Update!

Pool Opening 2024

Hello fellow homeowners,

This is just an announcement the community pool will be opening on the 20th of April!!
Please note, the date on the March Projects Update was incorrect. Also, if you're in need of a replacement pool tag or additional tag, Phil, will be set up with his computer at next week's quarterly HOA meeting at the Pool House, Tuesday, 7pm, to help our residents

February Project Updates 2024

This is the first formal update of 2024.

Here we go! Deed Restriction (CCR) Revision – In early December we submitted our first draft of the CCR changes to a contracted law firm for them to be reviewed and formalized. The objective here was to ensure these covenants, conditions, and restrictions are comprehensive, preserve your...
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2024 Calendar

2024 Association Meeting Dates and Board Position Updates

Greetings Everyone! We’re revving up for a great and productive year in 2024. With that we have some news regarding changes to our board positions. Effective this year. Mr. Joe Hartley is stepping down as President and will take over the role of Secretary. Filling this President vacancy will be Mr. Michael Hearn. We’d like …

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Announcements and a Happy New Year Everyone!

Hello Fellow Homeowners,

As we wrap up this amazing year filled with new memories and shared moments, I'm surprised by how quickly it has passed us. We'd like to take this moment to thank everyone in our community for the significant amount of time they've volunteered towards the neighborhood greenspace projects, towards the committees they've served on, and most importantly. being involved and providing feedback on what matters to you the most.

That being said, we have a few announcements:

1. Outdoor Christmas Decorations: If you're in the process or have already taken down your Christmas decorations AND have any OUTDOOR DECORATIONS such as garland, plastic ornaments, wreaths (24" or larger), plastic ribbon, that are still in good condition, and you no longer want. We would love to have them. We have a committee that can reuse and make some beautiful additions to our subdivision decorations without having to spend lots of money.
If you have anything you wouldn't mind donating, please drop them off at 15323 Springhill Bend Ln. Just leave them on the front porch if no one is home. Thank you!

2. Entrance/Exit Gates: The front entrance gates have been set at the open position since the 16th of December. This is due to a contracted delivery driver (contracted by a large parcel company) impacting the exit gates and damaging them while trying to enter through the exit of our neighborhood. He was identified, a claim has been made with the company, and we do have quotes for the repair of the exit gates. This insurance claim process is moving slower than we would like due to the holidays, so we do appreciate your patience. As the security of our community is paramount and we do not like it being perceived as compromised, we will continue to expedite this claim/repair process with the company. A big thank you to the gate committee chair for taking charge of this matter.

3. Lake Cleanup Day: The day has been set for the 13th of January (Saturday) at 9am. This is an event where we all get together, listen to some good music, and get busy for a couple of hours gathering up the leaves/pine needles on top of the lake apron (concrete) as to keep our pond clear. We will meet at the circular look-out area with coffee in hand, so please bring your rakes and shovels and kids! We will have black contractor bags available.

4. Lake Sealant Application: Just as a reminder......As most of you already know, we are moving forward with applying a sealant on our community lake. The barrels of EES-13 sealant should be arriving at the early part of January. We will most likely be applying this liquid polymer emulsion towards the end of January. This is a widely used and accepted means of pond/lake integrity remediation. We will come out with much more information regarding the material used, the process, and the timeline in the coming weeks.

Thank you and again, Happy New Years!

The RACC Board

Community Holiday Decorating Contest Winners

The votes are in and we’re so very happy to finally announce this year’s winners of the 2023 Reserve at Cypress Creek Holiday Decorating Contest!! The Social Committee must say we were taken aback by the amount of Christmas spirit, the amount of time spent, how much everyone is truly celebrating the holidays, and of …

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The annual public board meeting is scheduled for November 7th at 7 PM at the pool house. The meeting will cover updates on the elections, deed restrictions, lake water loss mitigation, street lights, website launch, landscaping, and fencing along Louetta Rd.

Key Points

  • Elections for board members Michael Hearn and Joe Hartley will take place at the annual meeting on November 7th.
  • Deed restriction document revisions will be presented at the same meeting, with a completion target of January 2024.
  • Efforts to reduce seepage in the lake will potentially include adding a chemical additive called ESS-13.
  • Street lights are being transitioned to LED style lighting, with potential addition to common area walkways.
  • Updates on the website, landscaping, and fencing along Louetta Rd will also be discussed at the meeting.

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Important notice about the safety of our pets!

This notice is about the safety of our pets, specifically regarding coyote sightings near the reservoir area. It advises keeping an eye out when walking dogs and keeping kittens/cats closer to homes or inside.

Key points:

  • Coyotes have been spotted during the daytime near the reservoir area.
  • They may be looking for fawns, so caution is advised when walking dogs in the area.
  • It is recommended to keep kittens/cats closer to homes or indoors for their safety.

Special Committees forming in order to update the Community Deed Restrictions!

We need you! We are in the process of forming 5 sub-committees in order to review and update our over-20 year old deed restrictions. Do you think it's silly that we don't allow golf carts? Do you believe we should be able to keep yard signage in our yards year-round? Should we include something that addresses solar panels more thoroughly? If you'd like to influence these decisions and help the community with up-to-date deed language that fits us today, please volunteer.

How are the sub-committees formed?
There are five board members, and each board member will have a sub-committee. We're looking to have 4-5 persons on each sub-committee. These committees will be selected at random, and each committee's responsibility will be chosen at random. We've divided the Deed Restrictions into 5 sections. These are listed below.

What does it entail?
We believe each committee will be meeting anywhere between 4 - 6 times through a span of 4 months to review their assigned section. They will have the ability to remove, update, add, any language they see fit and agree on. Each meeting would most likely last about 1.5 hours, but this is up to each specific sub-committee to determine how they want to work and when.

Target date for completion of this activity is the November annual meeting. If we happen to run over, that's okay, we'll re-evaluate once we launch the groups.

How and by when do I sign up?
Please respond to this email with your name and address and you're in! We're taking all volunteers up until next Tuesday (18-July) 5PM.

When do we start?
We'll be selecting committees next week and expect to have our first meetings about the 1st week of August. Of course, this will be up to your sub-committee.

Thanks in advance for considering this volunteering opportunity. It's important and we want the community to be involved.

Group A
Covenant through Article VI, sections A-E, plus the 1st addendum and the parking addendum

Group B
Article VI, sections F-J, plus the addendum on misc. yard and roof

Group C
Article VI, sections K-S, plus the addendum on new fence, buildings and generators

Group D
Articles VII & VIII, plus a fee schedule and enforcement protocol for all violations

Group E
Articles IX - XIV

Thank you,

The RACC Board

One more thing. If you'd like to review the Deed Restrictions, just to get a flavor of what we're going to be working on. They can be found here: Deed Restrictions


October 2023 Project Updates

This is the tenth update of 2023. A little late but here we go. Deed Restrictions – At least three of the deed restriction committees have convened and concluded their recommendations for the changes to our covenant. We have had a conference call with our attorney and within the next month, we will submit ...Read More »

October Project 2023

The 2023 Quarterly HOA Meetings Schedule Has Been Posted on the HOA page!

HOA Minutes

The Quarterly HOA Meeting Minutes are now posted on the HOA Board Meetings page at the very bottom and are available for online viewing or PDF download!

Important Front Gate Update

The new gate system is installed and complete. All updates to our new database for resident gate codes and transmitters have been entered. Please see the June Project Updates blog post for more info!

The Community Directory has officially been launched.

The Community Directory can be found under the Residents drop-down menu, 5th item down. To request the password to this protected area, click the following button and fill out/submit the form.

Password Request to Community Directory

TRCC Project Updates

At the beginning of every month, we’ll be coming to you with the Monthly Project Updates. This BLOG is targeted at sharing what we are doing in the community to make it a better place for you and your families! How were these projects determined? We asked and then listened and we’ll continue to do just that. We sent out a survey in January and received a great amount of input from our homeowners. From this, we were able to tell what’s important to you. Below are the survey results that show your rankings of priority.

March 2022 Survey Results

Our objective is to be as transparent as possible with the 2022 initiatives as well as our future. Below are the updated Monthly project updates. You can view a timeline of these updates on our Blog. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to the board and we'd be happy to share even more.

Website Feedback

With our New Website Launch, we'd love to keep improving! Please give us your feedback and ideas by sending an email!

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