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        Harvest Bend The Meadow
Harvest Bend The Meadow is conveniently located just west of the Sam Houston Tollway on Fallbrook with entrances at Harvest Sun and Perry.  Our neighborhood was developed in the mid to late 1980's, and consists of 297 homes with amenities that include a playground area, swimming pool, and several active committees.  Our goal is to support neighborhood pride, caring and harmony.  Utilities are provided by Reid Road MUD #1 and #2.  HBTM is a proud participatant in WCA's residential recycling program.

To Contact your Property Management Company:

Mr. Ransom Daly, President
ACMP, Inc.
16650 Pine Forest Lane
Houston, TX 77084-7211
Direct Phone:  281-855-9867
Email:  Ransom@acmpinc.com
To directly e-mail Ransom Daly go to this document

To contact the board send an e-mail to HBTMHOA@yahoo.com.
To directly e-mail the board go to this document

Monthly Board Meetings
Monthly HBTM HOA board meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Reid Road MUD #1 Building, 11245 Harvest Bend Blvd (just off of Windfern). You are invited to attend and an agenda is provided for your information. 


Welcome to the Harvest Bend The Meadow Homeowners Association web site.

The Board of Directors of Harvest Bend The Meadow Homeowners Association (HOA) welcomes you to our public web page.  This web site was created to provide a convenient source of information for current and future homeowners at Harvest Bend The Meadow.

Important Information for Homeowners (click on this link to see information)

Monthly Board Briefs and Current Information for Homeowners:

SAFETY ALERT FOR ALL HOMEOWNERS!!! -- The Pct. 4 Constables report that there have been recent home break-ins and robberies.  Unfortunately, the robbers are doing a considerable amount of damage.  For at least one of the robberies, the intruders came in from the bayou running behind HBTM.  The Constables and this board ask that you be very aware of your surroundings at all times.  If you see someone who appears to not be a part of this community or someone acting strangely, (like casing a home), please immediately contact the constable at 281-376-3472 or 911! Let's look out for each other and help to keep this a safe and friendly community.
January -- Board Briefs can be read here.

Election of Board Members - The Annual Homeowners Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 19, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. at RRMUD#1 Building at 11245 Harvest Bend Blvd (just South of Windfern).  All homeowners are invited to attend.  Two board positions are up for election.  If you are interested in running for a board position, please send an e-mail to the Nominating Committee at 
HBTMHOA@yahoo.com   by March 6, 2015.  You will need to include a resume and a brief statement as to why you'd like to be on the board.  For information about what are the board responsibilities, please review our Articles of Incorporation and our HOA Bylaws

Community Safety -- As our streets in HBTM are Harris County property, all Harris County and State of Texas rules apply.  Therefore, if you are using these streets (drivers of automobiles, exercisers, bikers, scooters, etc.), be sure to follow all the State and County rules and also to be on the look-out for other people and animals who may also be using the streets.  Our Pct. 4 Constables strongly recommend that children, those exercising, those on bicycles or scooters, etc., wear appropriate reflective vests, tape, flags, etc., to give the drivers of automobiles a better chance to see you.  Let's all have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season.

Important Information for Homeowners

HOMEOWNERS --  We've had reports that people have been jumping into homeowner's backyards, committing various nuisance and possible criminal acts, including releasing pets. Trespassing is illegal.  If you see or are aware of anyone committing these acts, please contact the constable at 281-376-3472 or 911 immediately!  Let's keep this a safe and friendly community.

Constables and 911
Crime Statistics - Crime Reports
Crime Statistics - Pct 4 RRMUD#1
Crime Stoppers Website
Elections to HOA Board
Garage Door --
For information about securing your garage door, go to:    video 
HOA Board e-mail address
Home improvement process
Lights not shining in common areas
Monthly board meetings

Open Letter to Homeowners
Pool tags - Pool will open Saturday, May 24. 
Rewards offered
Recycling program
Recycling Plastic Identification Codes
Side Walk Repair
Trash cans and trash bags
Why does the HBTM HOA exist?
State of Texas Property Code 209 (governs HOA's/POA's)