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February News from Your HOA

Sydney Harbour  /   February 01 2022

HAPPY NEW YEARS FROM THE LANDSCAPE AND EVENTS COMMITTEES

I hope all of you enjoyed the lovely light display at both entrances this year. A big thank you to the Landscape and Events committee for their combined efforts in designing the light display.

We would like to thank all Sydney Harbour residents for their participation in the 2021 Sydney Harbour Lighting Contest.

Congratulations goes to 1st Place Winners 18102 Grotto Point - The Khan Family
Their display of inflatables of Santa driving the sleigh with reindeers, snowman with penguins, the Merry Christmas Train and the outline of their home with white lights made this a winning display.


2nd Place Winners 18130 Harbour Bridge Point - The Argueta Family
Their well thought out display of white lights emphasizing the nice corner lot along with the Roof top trimmed lights were amazing. The lighted tree with towering packages, oversized Snowman and Santa’s sleigh with Rudolf leading the way on the Roof top was a great touch.

SYDNEY HARBOUR YARD OF THE MONTH

Congratulations to Doug and Sharon Smith on being selected as our January 2022 Yard of the Month winners.

Drop by and view their lovely yard at 15203 Opera House Row. The Smith’s yard makes an outstanding contribution to the appearance of our neighborhood, for which we all are grateful! Thank you Doug and Sharon.

From Your Board of Directors and Neighborhood Committees

From Your Board of Directors


For the entire year of 2021, only three (3) incidents were reported in Sydney Harbour by MUD 1.

WATCH FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE SYDNEY HARBOUR 2022 ANNUAL MEETING

SYDNEY HARBOUR SPRING GARAGE SALE

SATURDAY, MARCH 26TH, 7 AM-3 PM

ONE MAN’S TRASH IS ANOTHER MAN’S TREASURE!

OUR NEW PLAYGROUND

If you have been by the clubhouse lately, I hope you have noticed the new playground equipment. The old playground equipment was in much needed repair from wood rot and termites; it was time to retire it. Installation is about 95% complete. A transition piece needs to be installed for handicap accessibility. We have also asked them to expand the borders and add more kiddie mulch.

With that being said the playground is usable at this time. Our hope is your children and grandchildren will get many years of enjoyment out of the new playground equipment.

Your Board of Directors

DON’T FORGET TO SET YOUR CLOCKS FORWARD MARCH 13, 2022

SYDNEY HARBOUR REAL ESTATE CORNER

September 1, 2021 - December 31, 2021
Presented by Kathy Emery
 
Status
Home Sales
Number of Homes
Price Ranges
Sold
1
6
$360,000 - $415,000
Active
2
2
$460,000 - $495,000
Sold
2
2
$451,000 - $549,000
 
This representation is based on data supplied by the Houston Association of Realtors. Neither the Association nor its MLS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy.
 

SYDNEY HARBOUR EMAIL LIST

Please send your email address, along with your name and home address, to sydneyharbour2009@yahoo.com and you will be added to the subdivision email to receive information about Sydney Harbour.

APPROVAL PROCESS FOR EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENT/MODIFICATION APPLICATIONS IN SYDNEY HARBOUR

With the arrival of summer, homeowners interested in spending more time outdoors will want to make improvements and/or modifications to their exterior property. The HOA Architectural Control Committee is responsible for reviewing and approving all applications before these changes are made.
 
A quick review of the steps involved in submitting an application is as follows:
  1. Log In to the Sydney Harbour HOA website at http://sydneyharbourhoa.org/sl_login.php using your “User Name” and Password.”
  2. On the “HOME” page, select “Architectural Control” under the “Welcome” list to read a description of the application approval process.
  3. Next select “Governing Documents” under the “Members” list to see a list of applicable documents.
  4. Next select “Architectural Guidelines / Improvement” to read a one-page instruction letter and a two-page list of instructions for completing an application.
  5. Return to the “Governing Documents” page and select “Architectural Guidelines Change Form” to find a blank form that can be completed with appropriate information and submitted along with any other required information required by the instruction letter and instruction list. Completed applications are be mailed or emailed to the appropriate address provided in the instruction letter.

Please note that the “Governing Documents” page has several other documents to assist in an understanding of and reasons for the application approval process.


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