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Hurricane Beryl Storm Debris Clean Up Information
Storm Debris and Trash Removal –
Please note that storm debris is not part of the normal heavy trash collection for Best Trash and their main focus will be to collect household trash.  Please ensure that the storm debris is separate from regular trash to avoid any confusion.  
Due to the effects of Hurricane Beryl, Fort Bend County Road & Bridge is coordinating the collection and removal of disaster debris within Fort Bend County. Fort Bend County Road & Bridge will begin debris collection and removal beginning early next week.  In order to recycle as many materials as possible, residents are asked to separate disaster debris into the following piles: 
Construction and Demolition Materials
Electronic Waste
Household Hazardous Waste
White Goods
Vegetative materials (trees, limbs, brush, leaves, etc.)
Normal Household Trash - normal household waste, recyclables and bagged debris of any kind will not be collected with your storm debris. Please continue to follow the your normal garbage removal schedule. 
Please note that this operation is ONLY for disaster debris. Please do not attempt to place garbage or other household refuse with the disaster debris, as it will not be accepted, and will delay your storm debris collections. Regular trash removal services in the community will continue as scheduled.
Please place the debris piles at the curb in the public right-of-way (not in ditches) in front of your home or business as soon as possible. Please do not block any public utility such as fire hydrants, water valves, road signs, etc.  If properly separated, it will be picked up by crews.
For more information you can visit their website at  https://www.fortbendcountytx.gov/government/departments/homeland-security-emergency-management/hurricane-beryl-recovery-information
Pin Oak Pool is OPEN!
Pin Oak Pool is OPEN! Go have fun! Thanks for your patience.
Community Pool is Open
The Pool is open - but please bring your ammenity fob (it's blue/black RFID keychain fob) that was mailed out a couple years ago. Those fobs are good for as long as you live in your home and are not like the previously used pool tags that were year specific. They are also good for opening the tennis courts and for the clubhouse during rental periods. Thank you! 
Katy Management District 1 Letter to Residents of FBC MUD 37
Residents - 
Please take a moment to read the letter from Katy Management District 1 regarding the Berm. 
Pin Oak Village Survey Results
Thank you very much for all those who participated in our neighborhood survey either online or with the paper copies. I've posted the summary of results here.  
Please come out to the next HOA meeting on Wednesday April 10th at 6:30pm where we will be discussing these results. If you ever have any questions or comments please feel free to use the "Contact Us"form on the left hand side of the page.
Pin Oak Village HOA Board of Directors 
Swim Lessons!
Hey neighbors! 
Pin Oak is getting a new pool management company this year so please welcome Swim Houston to Pin Oak. 
They are offering swim lessons this summer! 
Below is the information for registration. Pricing is $200 for 5 lessons. They currently only allow one student per lesson unless the swimmers are siblings. There is a discount for siblings. 
Please check it out! 
We wanted to make the residents aware that you can reserve the tennis courts by using the calendar tab on the left hand side of the website. This means you would have priority over the court you reserved when you'd like to play. The HOA Board made some changes to the Tennis Leagues as well. We will be requiring a resident on each league team so if you'd like to play please go to the tennis team page for more information.
Berm update
Attention residents that live on the berm: The Katy Management District, who manage the berm, and the City of Katy, who own the berm, have chosen as of their June 22, 2022 meeting to table discussion of the letter or requests made by the HOA. This means no action has been taken on the requests for signage, managing the google maps entries that show it as public trails or any other requests made have been forwarded to the City for action. The Fort Bend County MUD Board is the only entity that has the ability to make requests of the KMD or City at this time so future requests for no trespassing signs and help managing trespassers will need to be addressed with them. They meet on the 3rd Wed of the month at 7pm in the Pin Oak Clubhouse.
Update Aug 24th: Per our MUD Board the KMD has installed a gate and 2 signs that state the Berm is private property. They also are working to have the berm removed from Google maps. We will continue to update you as we are informed of progress. Thank you. 
Trash and Recycling
For updates on trash collection and recycling please visit the Fort Bend MUD 37 website at https://www.fbcmud37.com/
W.I.S.E. Guys
Did you know that you can have a FREE evaluation done of your irrigation system? Our MUD participates in the W.I.S.E. guys program through the North Ft Bend Water Authority (NFBWA). This benefits you with the possibility of lowering your water bill and helps out the MUD because they can get rebates when we participate! It's a win-win! If you'd like to participate go and sign up at: https://www.nfbwa.com/wise-guys

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