Godfrey Eta, President October 2022 - October 2024
Quentin Adams, Vice President October 2021 - October 2023
Ardencia Foster, HOA Secretary October 2022 - October 2024
James Smith, HOA Treasurer October 2021 - October 2023
Kenny Gabriel, HOA Director October 2021 - October 2023
Understanding your rights and responsibilities as a homeowner, resident or community leader is the first step to successful Community Living.
Board member elections are held each year at the Annual Meeting. Click below to view the election guidelines.
Click below to view the Boards Governance Guidelines. These are 12 principles that help homeowner volunteer leaders build better communities.
The HOA is a group of elected homeowners but we are your neighbors first. We treat all residents courteously and fairly.
We are stewards and understand that our decisions today will have an impact on tomorrow; each decision that impacts the community must be carefully considered. Homeowners’ views, ideas and participation are what drives progress in our community. Openness and transparency in our operations is what gives us legitimacy. Without those we lose our credibility.
The strength of our association lies in the consistent volunteer efforts of its members in both day-to-day operations and large campaigns. Please consider signing up!
Associa/Principal Management Group of Houston
11000 Corporate Center Drive Ste., 150
Houston, TX 77041
Tel# 713-329-7100 Fax# 713-329-7198
We partner with Principal Management Group, also known as Associa, whose community management professionals perform our once a month community inspections and deed restriction enforcement. In June 2017, we added the management of financials to their responsibility to professionalize our operations and keep us current and in compliance with all industry standards and applicable state and federal laws.
Furthermore, with 593 homes in the subdivision, it became extremely challenging to manage the HOA as an independent entity with volunteers as those of you who called the HOA phone lines can attest. By the end of the 2017, we would have completed the transition process from wholly self-managed to professional. Not withstanding, the HOA Board of Directors retains final decisions and approvals of all expenditures.
Hence, all residents are strongly urged to pay their association dues in full as early as possible to avoid late fees and charges. OUR DUES ARE OUR SOLE SOURCE OF OPERATING INCOME!
The day to day operations of the Laurel Oaks Homeowners' Association are managed by a team of volunteers who make up the Board of Directors, various Committees and a Community Management Advisory Team.