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West Memorial is an established suburban development in West Houston between S. Mason Road and the Grand Parkway (SH 99), I-10 and Kingsland.
Situated in Katy ISD, we have an Elementary and Junior High School in the center of the subdivision, both within walking distance of virtually the entire community. Our high school is Katy HS, one of the premium high schools in Texas.
Our proximity to amenities is second to none. We are minutes away from the Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, the Texas Children's Hospital - West Campus, the Methodist West Houston Hospital, the Methodist St. Catherine Long Term Acute Care Hospital and all types of clinics and doctors and medical facilities. We are close to Katy Mills Mall, the Houston Energy Corridor and the Mason Road/Grand Parkway (SH 99) shops, stores and restaurants including La Centerra.
We are a quiet, safe neighborhood with wide, shady sidewalks and a friendly atmosphere. We have an active community association with a pool (open during the summer), a clubhouse and a lovely park with play areas and a pavilion.
As reminder to all residents: Our annual general meeting is to be held on the 4th Tuesday in May (May 23, 2017) at 7:00 PM at the Clubhouse at 22415 Kingsland and we encourage all homeowners to attend. We will be mailing you a ballot so if you cannot attend please mail in your vote to High Sierra, 722 Pin Oak Road,
Katy. TX 77494 or permit a neighbor who will be attending the meeting to collect a proxy vote from you. Any and all of these methods to cast your vote will go toward the quorum number of votes needed to elect members of the Board of Directors.
There will be three positions open on the Board of Directors for a two year period, so if you have any interest in running please email High Sierra to have your name placed on the ballot.
We hope to see you there!
WMCA BOARD MEETINGS
The WMCA Board meets at the Clubhouse at 22415 Kingsland on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:00 PM. All homeowners are welcome to attend.
Board Meetings Schedule 2017
Tuesday, January 24 2017
February 28 2017
March 28 2017
Tuesday, April 25 2017
Tuesday, May 23 2017 - Annual General Meeting
Tuesday, June 27 2017
Tuesday, July 25 2017
Tuesday, August 22 2017
Tuesday, September 26 2017
Tuesday, October 24 2017
Tuesday, November 28 2017
If you have a specific issue that you would like to address with the Board, please email High Sierra seven days before the meeting to be put on the agenda.
March 28 Agenda
TWRC Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization that helps area communities by rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife and assisting the public on how to live in harmony with wildlife. TWRC admits nearly 5,000 animals every year. Learn more about us and how you can help at www.twrcwildlifecenter.org
by Cheryl Conley
Spring is the time when animals are looking for secluded locations for giving birth and raising their babies. Sometimes these sites aren’t so “human-friendly” like attics, chimneys or in your garage. The BEST solution when this happens is to leave them alone until they move out but if you must move them, please use HUMANE methods to do so.
If possible, postpone your tree trimming until later in the season. Squirrels, birds and raccoons nest in trees and you could easily displace baby animals by cutting down limbs and trees. Here are a few tips to help save the babies this spring:
RE-NEST BABY BIRDS – If you’re like me, I was told growing up that one should never touch a baby bird because the mom will reject it. This is a myth. If you find a baby bird and it appears uninjured, place it back in the nest. If you can’t reach the nest, you can place the bird in a shallow basket or box and hang it as close to the nest as possible. In most cases, mom will continue to care for it. If the bird is injured or the mom isn’t feeding the baby, it’s time to intervene. Place the baby in a small, covered container and bring it as soon as possible to TWRC Wildlife Center. Do not attempt to feed it or give it water!
RACCOONS IN THE ATTIC – If you can’t wait until mom moves out on her own, you can “encourage” her to move by leaving lights on in the area all night. Place a radio in the area and play it loudly. It may take a couple of days but she will soon tire of the light and the noise and move her little ones. Then MAKE SURE you repair the opening where she got in. One other helpful information about raccoons. During late spring and summer, you may see raccoons out during the day. Raccoons are nocturnal EXCEPT if they are nursing moms. It is not uncommon for females to be out during daylight hours looking for food. It does NOT mean she has rabies.
FAWNS – It’s normal for a doe to “park” her fawn and leave it there for hours while she goes off to eat. The fawns instinctively know that they must stay there until she returns and unless she has been injured, she WILL return. Since fawns are odorless, predators are unable to pick up their scent. When the fawn is about a month old, it will begin traveling with mom but in the meantime, please LEAVE IT ALONE!
BABY RABBITS - If the babies are not injured and the nest is intact, leave them alone. Just like a mama doe, rabbits only visit their young two to three times a day. Here’s a good test if you think the babies really have been orphaned. Use sticks or yarn and make an “X” over the nest. If, after 12 hours, the “X” is still in place, the bunnies are probably orphans and you need to bring them to TWRC for care. Do not attempt to feed them or give them water!
If you have questions about wildlife, please call TWRC Wildlife Center at 713-468-TWRC. They are available to answer your questions and give you guidance on living in harmony with our furry and feathered friends.
Our West Memorial constables patrol our subdivision 24/7. Please call them at 281-463-6666 to report any disturbance or to request vacation patrols.
Special Watch Form
Online Crime Tips
Don't hesitate to call the Animal Control Officer at 281-391-4848 or the Harris County Animal Control at 281-999-3191 if you see animals roaming the neighborhood unleashed.
The clubhouse is located at 22415 Kingsland Ave and is available for rental. You can download the rental agreement after you have confirmed your reservation date by email with High Sierra.
West Memorial Clubhouse Rental Agreement
West Memorial car stickers are now available if you would like to identify yourselves as West Memorial residents. Please email High Sierra for more details.
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KISD HOME ACCESS CENTER
The Katy ISD Home Access Center provides an online grade book where parents and guardians can view helpful student information to support and guide their children through the educational process. From home or work, at any time of the day or night, parents can access the Web portal to track academic achievement. E-mail links are also available throughout the portal so parents can communicate with the school and teachers.
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