Beautification projects include judging Yard of the Month, Halloween and Christmas decorating contests, updating neighborhood signage, organizing clean-up events, encouraging neighbors to care for their yards, planting trees in the area, and more.
Help welcome new residents to Shepherd Forest and invite them to become involved in neighborhood activities and programs. Volunteers make welcome packets and distribute them, along with the SFCC handbook, to our new neighbors.
This committee helps homeowners avoid conflicts with deed restrictions by reviewing plans for all construction and renovation that are also submitted to the City of Houston for the permitting process.
Deed Restriction Revision Committee
This committee works on getting the notarized signatures for the proposed deed restrictions, contacts homeowners to ask for their signatures, and keeps track of the number of signatures needed and the paperwork to be filed.
Citizens on Patrol
Citizens on Patrol (COP) volunteers help keep an eye on the neighborhood by volunteering time to patrol the area. Patrolling can be done by driving the neighborhood. You can volunteer as a COP by simply taking an easy 1-hour training class.
Coordinates events aimed at increasing the neighborhood’s sense of community, such as the Christmas Party, Easter Egg Hunt, Fall Picnic, and Shepherd Forest socials.
This committee is tasked with increasing participation in the SFCC by managing membership campaigns, conducting surveys, and making sure people are available to accept new members at SFCC events.
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