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Community Appearence

Neighborhood appearance of public areas within the BPHA boundaries is an active function of the homeowners association. Volunteer residents working as part of the Neighborhood Appearance Committee strive to improve BPHA esplanades and other public areas within our neighborhood as well as to coordinate their maintenance for a neat, attractive appearance.

Our service provider maintains our esplanades 38 times per year which includes mowing, edging, blowing, trimming all the flower beds and picking up trash. They also mow and edge Poor Farm Ditch throughout our neighborhood and a small section of Kilmarnock Ditch 14 times a year. Also provided are seasonal color changeouts 3 times per year on various esplanades and trimming of all the trees once a year. All of the irrigation is checked twice a year and repairs are made as needed.

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Now to the fun facts... Did you know that there are 4.5 miles and 50 individual esplanades in our neighborhood that need attention. Our irrigation system consists of a large network of pipes, valves and sprinkler heads and 36 individual back flow preventers that keeps all of our esplanades irrigated.

 

All in all this is a huge undertaking by our provider and the commitment from our due paying members and sustainers make it all happen. You can definitely tell the difference when you are in Braeswood Place.

Curb Numbers

The BPHA has contracted with Troy Holcomb of Addressed in Stone to re-paint curb numbers in Braeswood Place. The numbers will be prominently displayed in the center of your lot on a white background with reflective beads for better visibility at night. For neighbors who purchase the service, it will be scheduled in groups by area of the neighborhood and an email will be sent prior to installation with the planned date of service.

 

Curb numbers are $45. Payment can be made by check, Zelle, or credit card below.

Yard of the Month

The Braeswood Place Yard of the Month award program shows appreciation and recognition for those homeowners who demonstrate superior effort in maintaining their property, and who, as a result, positively contribute to the overall appearance of Braeswood Place. Each monthly winner will receive special recognition in the Sentinel Newsletter and the honor of displaying the official “Braeswood Place Yard of the Month” lawn-sign in their yard that identifies their property as the Yard of the Month winner.

 

For more information or to submit a home, email Jackie Addington jackie.addington@comcast.net

January 2024 Yard of the Month Winner

The featured garden for January is located at
4130 Lanark Ln., home ofBen and Natalie Baker. An inspiration for gardeners in Houston whohave coped with heat, drought, and freezes; the vibrant green,boxwood hedges, serve as framing for large clusters of vinca and an enclosure for beautiful red knock-out roses. Clusters of crape myrtle,yew, and a Mexican oak shade tree in front, create an
inviting yard inmid-winter Houston

Home & Garden Club

The Braeswood Place Home and Garden Club’s mission is to promote interest in beautification and to stimulate knowledge and love of gardening amongst amateurs. We are also very involved in philanthropic projects, encourage civic planting and help in aiding the protection of native trees, plants and birds. We offer a wide range of monthly programs on the 3rd Monday of each month - please visit the Calendar for details and to RSVP. Contact Cathy Duke with any questions about the Club cmduke@predx.com.

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