The inaugural Run the Grove 5K is scheduled for Saturday, April 18th at 8:00 am. The race will begin and end at West 11th Street Park and will wind through the residential streets of our neighborhood. See below for important information for those neighbors along the course. Roads and intersections along the race route will be closed from approximately 7:30 to 9:30 am. Access in...
Hello Neighbors! Our annual Halloween Extravaganza, scheduled for Saturday, October 31st, is quickly approaching! See below for a Schedule of Events as well as important announcements regarding Volunteers, Street Closures, and our Halloween Photo Contest. Costume Contest – The festivities will begin with a children’s costume contest in the cul-de-sac on Glen Oaks. There will be multiple age groups with prizes awarded to the “Scariest” and “Most Creative” costumes...
Edna Giles, a resident of Timbergrove Manor for more than 50 years, died Thursday, July 23. A visitation will be held Monday, July 27, 6-8pm at Heights Funeral home with a service at the same location on Tuesday, July 28, at 10am.
Please take note that our quarterly meeting HAS BEEN MOVED! Kojak’s Cafe on 18th street has agreed to cater our event. It will be at the usual time, starting at 6:30PM. Feel free to BYOB if you so choose along with a dessert to contribute for after dinner. We look forward to seeing you there!
By Michael Norvell - This time of year provides a welcome opportunity to slow down, relax a bit, and appreciate the good things in life. In addition to wishing everyone in the Timbergrove Manor Neighborhood Association a very happy holiday season, I would like to use this chance to express my appreciation to so many of our neighbors who freely give their time, energy, and...
By Parichard Hassett - Congratulation to Marc Schwettmann for grabbing our November TMNA Yard of the Month honors. Last July, Marc, Eddie Zomper and their two English Springer Spaniels, Willow and Victoria, moved into their newly built home at 1015 Prince. At first glance, one wouldn’t guess that they moved in just barely four months ago. Although still looking younger than the surrounding greens, the trees...
By Sharon Balke - Recently two neighbors asked me if it is acceptable to put shredded paper in plastic bags into the recycling cart. I felt confident that the paper was fine but I wasn’t sure about the plastic bag since we all know plastic bags are not allowed. Still, who would want that shredded paper flying all over Timbergrove? To find out for certain,...
By Tommy Britt - Last month I wrote about the DRCC’s new approval process that requires an on-site visit with the owner and contractor. During a variance request we discovered that some property owners and contractors had taken liberties, honest and not so honest, and snuck a few things by us. We accepted the lion’s share of blame because, quite frankly, our approval process had...
By Michael Norvell - At our recent quarterly meeting, a Houston Police Department officer spoke about easy and effective steps we can all take to make our homes safer in light of the typical Inner Loop criminal activity. In addition to the basics like keeping your cars locked, your fence gates secure, and your garage door shut when not in use, other high points included:...
Festivities will start at 6:00pm in the Glen Oaks Cul-de-sac. Join us for this wonderful Timbergrove Tradition. There will be a costume contest, haunted house, food trucks and more! Read more here >>