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Welcome to the Website of the Green Trails Phase II Homeowners Association


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The 2018 Annual Meeting presentation can be seen here if you were unable to the attend.

This site was created as a communications tool for the residents of Green Trails Phase II.

You will find newsletters, contact forms, phone numbers, pool hours, local school information, event information,

a library of Association related documents, and much more.

So browse the site and if you don'tsee something that you think should be included, please contact us here.

Green Trails Phase II residents have much to enjoy in our community:

The convenient location is closer to Downtown Houston than any new neighborhood in West Houston.

Property taxes are substantially lower.

  • There are miles of beautifully landscaped hike-and-bike trails which connect to Terry Hershey Park to the east and George Bush Park to the south.
  • The subdivision contains two recreation centers, each with its own swimming pool, tennis courts, and Playground, along with 4 other
  • neighborhood parks and a splash pad.
  • Harris County has a Pocket Park next to the subdivision, and Trietsch Park is immediately southeast of the subdivision.
  • The subdivision is within the highly-acclaimed Katy Independent School District.
  • The community has an inviting atmosphere that really lets you get to know your neighbors.
  • Block parties, a super swim team, co-ed tennis leagues and community pride make this one of West Houston's most desirable areas.



Home Improvement Reminder

Remember, ALL exterior changes (including fences) made to your home or yard require ARC approval first. Prior to doing any exterior work on your home please submit and receive ARC approval. The ARC online application instructions and the fence guidelines for Green Trails Phase II can be found in the Library Section of this website. Fence stain, paint and sealer as well as driveway paint do not meet the ARC guidelines.

Problem or Question?

Contact Crest Management

Phone: Call 281-945-4663 (Direct to the community Assistant Maria Rivera) or 281-579-0762 (Main line)

If you are asked to leave a voice mail, please do so. Crest keeps a call log so we can verify that calls are responded to. If you call, but don’t leave a message, they can’t help you or even know there is a problem. The more specific your message, the easier it is to resolve the issue quickly.

Other ways to reach Crest Management or your Board of Directors

Click General Information on menu bar above, then Contact the Board, Quick Reference Numbers, Deed Violation Contact,or HOA Board and Committee Chairs

Trash Problems on a Saturday?

If you experience problems with trash pickup on a Saturday, please contact Cruz Reyes with Best Trash at 281-454-9263.

Common Area Irrigation

Please call Heather with Crest Management at 281-945-4630 to report problems with the neighborhood irrigation. We will arrange for repairs, even on weekends. Do not attempt to shut off valves yourself. We have had several instances of residents damaging the valves, resulting in repairs costing around $150. This is much more costly than the water that is wasted.

Pool and Tennis Court Access Cards

The Park Cypress Pool is open weekends in May and both pools open full time begining June 2nd. Click on the Amenities tab to view the pool hours.

To obtain an access card for the pools and tennis courts please submit the Amenity Card Access form located in the library section of the website.

If you have any questions you may contact Crest Management at 281-579-0761

Next Board Meeting

A Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 5, 2018. Click here to view the agenda.

Flood Elevation Information

Due to residents’ concerns about potential flooding after Hurricane Harvey, the GT Phase II HOA Board began a process of investigating ways to provide information to our residents helping them prepare for future flood events.

During the flood, one constant piece of information that seemed to be most relevant, and absent, was the elevation of our homes. There were many apps and maps that were suggested and used, but none seemed definitive. The Board felt that obtaining definitive measurements at a variety of points around the neighborhood would give the residents markers/reference points of relevant elevation information.

The Board further believed that while discussing this project with a surveyor, the opportunity should be available to all of our residents to get an elevation survey done on their homes. With a large group of homes potentially wanting to get the survey, we were able to convince the surveyor to significantly reduce their price for a home elevation survey, which they will pass along to each homeowner within the group.

Our homes are one of our most valuable personal assets and we want to protect the home values, in addition to our families and personal values. Obtaining the survey would be a good reference to let you know if you need to leave when water threatens from the reservoir backing up. In order to understand the threat, you have to know the elevation of the reference point of the overflow spillways at the dam, approx. 105ft. We asked a local resident and Emergency Services District(ESD) 48 Commissioner, Bret Fossum, to research and provide some data for spillway heights and LIDAR mapping data of our neighborhood. His Power Point presentation explaining the research can be found here on our GT II website. His 10 LIDAR maps of the Green Trails neighborhoods can be found here. This will give homeowners more information to decide if they want to get an elevation survey done. In these presentations and maps it appears that more than half of the neighborhood lies within the boundary that matches the elevation height of the spillway or lower.

If you are interested in obtaining the elevation survey, the letter from the surveyor can be found here on the GT II website. Keep in mind that this is an arrangement between each homeowner and the surveyor. We were able to suggest that they should offer a lower price due to potential large group participation. You are free to obtain the survey from whomever you prefer.

The Board hopes that all of the information gathered and presented in this effort will be useful to you should there be another “Harvey” like event. Please feel free to send any non-survey related questions to Crest Management and we will try to answer those promptly, as this discounted rate is only good for May. All survey related questions need to be directed to Prime Texas Surveys. Their contact information is on their letter posted on our website, here.

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