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Welcome to the Neighborhood

Timbergrove Manor is a wonderful suburb located within the 610 Loop. Just 5 miles northwest of downtown, Timbergrove Manor is a deed-restricted neighborhood developed in the early 1950′s. The neighborhood straddles 11th Street with TC Jester to the west and Durham to the east along with easy access to I-10 and to the North 610 Loop.

Join us at one of our quarterly, general meetings to find out what’s happening in the neighborhood.  Tell us what matters, which events and committees interest you, and how we should maintain the neighborhood’s integrity. TMNA Meetings are held on the last Thursday of the months of January, April, July and October at 7:00 p.m. at Lazybrook Baptist Church located at 1822 West 18th. A social precedes the meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.  For additional information on Timbergrove Manor, contact any of the TMNA officers or send us an email.

DRCC Committee

To those in the process of building or remodeling. Listed below is the current  DRCC point of contact. Due to a large number of projects currently under review, please plan for at least a 30 day review period.

* The DRCC will be off during the holidays and will not be reviewing plans or addressing issues until after the new year. In the event of an emergency, please contact Shirley York-Jones at (713) 408-8333

Deed Restriction & Compliance S. York-Jones

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