Our next KVCC resident’s meeting will be 9/26/2017, 6:30pm at Bethany United Methodist Church. We will be in the back meeting room we’re always in, so just park in the back and look for the room everyone is walking into from the parking lot. We will report on the most recent KVCC news and discuss 2018 opportunities with the club. Hope to see you there!
UPDATE: Thanks to everyone who attended the meeting. Please see the attached PowerPoint here that was used at the meeting if you’d like more information about security cameras.
The next Knollwood Village General Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 26th from 6:30-8:00pm. We will meet at Bethany Methodist Church, 3511 Linkwood Dr., Room 42/43. For convenience, please park in the back of the church behind the buildings.
As part of the Agenda for the meeting:
- We have board officer elections
- We will review highlights from 2016
- We’ll discuss security camera systems and help answer questions you may have about how to get started.
NOTICE OF A MEETING REGARDING THE PROPOSED SENIOR LIVING FACILITY AT BETHANY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
DATE: Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016
TIME: 6:00 pm
LOCATION: Sanctuary at Bethany United Methodist Church. 3511 Linkwood
All are welcome to attend.
Please join us for a KVCC Resident’s Meeting at Bethany United Methodist Church on 9/6/2016 at 6:30pm. We will be discussing the latest updates from Knollwood Village. Also, our primary speaker will be from Bethany Methodist in order to present an entirely new set of senior living plans they have slated for their property. These plans are different from the initial concept originally presented to the neighborhood, and myself (as well as other neighborhood Presidents in the area) found them to be quite an improvement from prior plans.
Great news everyone! The Street and Drainage Division of PWE will begin extensive point repairs along Buffalo Speedway on Thursday morning, August 4th .
The Street Maintenance section will be performing skin-patch and pothole repairs as well as surface leveling to improve the roadway conditions along the Buffalo Speedway corridor from South Braeswood Blvd to I-610. To ease the impact of traffic congestion, SDD will restrict its repairs to one lane at a time to ensure that at least one lane is continuously free for passage. Flaggers will also be onsite to direct traffic flow during the periods of repair (approximately 7:00-3:30pm).
We have a new set of Officers that were just recently elected during our January Residents Meeting.
- President: Brian Warwick
- Vice President: David Fitts
- Treasurer: Grant Heemer
- Secretary: Brian Gastineau
Please make sure to thank Scott Rose and Hector Caram for all the work they did during their time as President and VP. They will still remain on the board so that they can continue their hard work and dedication to Knollwood Village.
Attention Knollwood Village Homeowner or Renters that live West of Buffalo Speedway.
Council Member Green, in partnership with the Public Works & Engineering Dept., will host a community meeting relative to the proposed Westridge Area Storm Drainage project slated for 2019. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 12 at 6:30 pm at Longfellow Elementary.
Currently this project is in the preliminary design phase; thus this public meeting is designed to gather community input regarding any challenges. This project will replace your streets, storm drains, sidewalks and streetlights.
Please mark your calendars to attend if possible. We apologize for the short notice. A postcard is in the mail for all affected residents as well. The city wanted us just to email everyone (which we are now) but your board decided this was important enough to get a mailed notice to give everyone in the impacted areas an opportunity to attend.
Knollwood Village Civic Club Board
An excellent presentation was provided courtesy of Harris County Flood Control District (Imelda Diaz) at our residents meeting held on September 8th, 2015. For those of you unable to attend, attached is the presentation for your viewing. If you have specific questions, please contact Gary Zika below.
Project Brays Presentation
Gary F. Zika, PE
Project Brays Program Manager
Harris County Flood Control District
713-684-4066 Direct Line
June 1, 2015
See the link below for a picture of the new signs.
Knollwood Village Finished Sign
|Esplanade Sign Costs
|| $ 22,875
|City Awarded Grant
|| $ 2,845
|Existing Funds Previously Donated by Residents
|| $ 3,570
|Resident Donations From Feb 1 thru March 29, 2015
|| $ 16,460
|Target Fundraising Goal (Remaining)
|| $ 0
Next steps will be for the Civic Club to execute the contract and move to the next phase to bring down the old and stand up the new! Look for a May installation.
We will also be looking into possible irrigation and landscaping options around the signs but will wait until the signs are installed before considering any options. If anyone has an certified plumber, irrigation or landscaping companies to refer, please send them my way.