"Cranbrook"

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DO YOU KNOW WHO TO CALL?

  • For questions about the following items:
    • Association Fee*
    • Deed Restrictions
    • Exterior changes to your home

Contact:
Vickie Cain
Community Asset Management, Inc.

9802 FM 1960 Bypass W. Ste. 210
Humble, TX 77338
Office: (281) 852-1155
Fax: (281) 852-9111
COMMUNITY ASSET MANAGEMENT

*Association Fees pay for maintaining the sub-division park, pool, patrol and street lights.

  • Questions about street lights out: Call Center Point at (713) 207-2222 and give the six digit number off the light pole.
  • Questions about Animal Pickup – alive or dead: Call Animal Control at (281) 999-3191.
  • Questions about trash pickup: Call WCA at 281-368-8397. Trash pick up is on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
  • Questions about suspicious activity or people: Call Precinct 4 at (281) 376-3472. You may remain anonymous. You are the eyes and ears for your neighbors.
  • Questions about Water Service for MUD 200: Call (281) 367-5511. To pay your bill online, go to http://www.municipalops.com.

Please do not call the Board or Committee members in these situations.

News

  • NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING (8/1/2020) - Dear Property Owners: The Board of Directors of the Cranbrook Property Owners Association, Inc. will be holding a Zoom online Board meeting on Tuesday, August 14, 2020 at 6:30 pm.  Residents who wish to join the meeting, please find the following access information.
  • Pool Closed for Summer 2020 (6/25/2020) - Hello, Cranbrook Property Owners: Due to a number of circumstances, the Cranbrook Board of Directors (the Board) voted to keep the pool closed for this summer season (May 2020 thru August 2020).  Please understand that this decision was not made lightly.  We needed to ensure that residents, board members and management company representatives would be […]
  • Call the Constable! (5/26/2016) - Call Precinct 4 Constable when there's trouble! Read on for more details!

Message from the Board

To the Cranbrook Community:

Be proud of your community. As homeowners, we need to work together to bring our community back to a place everyone would be proud of. If we would make the necessary home repairs, keep our yards up, repair fences, clean up oil stains, etc., these steps alone would improve our subdivision.

As a community, we will make Cranbrook an attractive place to live!