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To see the Houston Ordinance for Noise and Sound Regulation-Click Here.
 

How to keep our Community Vibrant
Deed Restrictions in a Nutshell

Lawn Maintenance: Lawns need to be watered, mowed, and edged on a regular basis. Curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and driveways need to be swept and kept neat. Lawn clippings should not be blown or swept into drainage ditches.
 
Boats & Recreational Vehicles: Remember boats, trailers, or campers of any kind cannot be stored in public view (i.e. street, driveway, side/back yard). The MUD no longer has a storage facility for boats and trailers.
 
Properly Park Vehicles: Parking any type of vehicle including inoperable ones on a lawn is against the deed restrictions.
 
Screen Trash Container: Trash containers should be stored out of public view until trash day. You may put the container out on the evening before your trash pick up day.
 
Single Family Homes: All homes in Stone Creek Community are single family dwellings, no garage apartments or multiple families are allowed.
 
Animals: No animal or livestock/ poultry of any kind can be raised, bred or kept on any lot except dogs, cats or other common household pets and no more than two (2) of each animal may be kept. Remember to keep pets on a leash at all times when they are outside of your property and clean up after them.
 
Houston's Pooper Scooper Law -- Section 6-24 Defecation by dogs or cats Pet owners must remove all fecal material deposited by their pets on property they do not own.
 
*A person in control of a dog or cat must promptly remove and dispose of, in a sanitary manner, feces left by their dog or cat, when walking outside of your own yard with their pet.
 
*Each person in control of the dog or cat must have materials to remove feces left by their dog or cat when they are off their own property.
 
Violation of this section is punishable upon conviction by a fine of not less than $75 or more than $500. Each violation of this section is a separate offense.
 
For more information: www.houstontx.gov/health/quicktips/scooperlaw.html
 
To report stray animals, call:
Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
900 Portway Dr. Houston, TX 77024 - 713-869-SPCA (7722)
Office Hours: Friday-Monday 9-5 and Tuesday- Thursday 9-7.
                                

Architectural Control
 
Before making any exterior improvements/modifications (including roof work and painting) to your home, you must submit the signed Exterior Improvement Application to the Stone Creek Improvement Committee for review. The application will be returned to you either approved or denied within 30 days of receiving all required information.  If approved, work may commence immediately. If not approved, work may not commence, but you can request a hearing before the committee to explore different options concerning your improvement project.
 
Please send your completed Exterior Improvement Application to:
 
Debra Willis
America Reyna
Sterling Association Services
PO Box 38113
Houston, TX 77238
 
If you have questions concerning the Improvement Application process, please contact America Reyna, Stone Creek Representatives for Sterling ASI, at america@sterlingasi.com or call Sterling ASI at 832-678-4500.
 
To down load the Stone Creek Exterior Improvement Application in PDF, please click Improvement Application below: