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Lot Maintenance

During the upcoming months the management team will be conducting routine community inspections on all properties bi-weekly with citations noted every 30 days. An initial courtesy letter will be sent giving homeowners 30 days to cure the violation. With that being said, all deed restriction violations that are spotted will be cited and residents will be notified via postal mail and via email, if you have provided this information to the management team through your Sterling account. The major focus for residents to take note of will be mold and mildew or discoloration on the hard sidings on your home, vegetable vines growing on the home or over the fence lines seen to the public view, repainting the home and any exterior surfaces attached to the home and wrought iron fences on properties. Please keep in mind that mowing and removing weeds are a constant issue after rains so please have these addressed along with maintaining dead vegetation in the front and back yard properties. Also as a reminder, trash cans must be placed out of public view within garages or behind wooden backyard fences on non-trash pickup days.


The City of Sugar Land has some important information they would like to share with the residents in regards to the mosquitos and the West Nile virus that is affecting Texus currently. If you would like more information in regards to this issue, please click the link below.


Conversion of CenterPoint street lights

At the beginning of the year, CenterPoint notified the City of their standardization of the LED lamp fixture for all new street lights as well as the conversion of existing lamps. To ensure a smooth transition to minimize different lighting types, the City worked with CenterPoint on an agreement for deployment over the next year. This process will begin to take place in July, in the residential areas. Once the residential conversions are complete, CenterPoint will begin converting the lights on the larger thoroughfares, estimated to start in late August or September. Once all of the cobra head fixtures are replaced, CenterPoint will begin converting the decorative street lights.

Please note this conversion is only for CenterPoint owned street lights, and does not affect private lighting system within the City.


The Telfair Community Association will not hold the monthly Board of Directors meeting during the months of July and December 2018 for vacation and holiday reasons. If there are items that you would like to address to the Board of Directors, please submit that information through the "Contact Us" tab and select "Ask The Board" and provide those details. Once received, the management team will address these issues with the Board of Directors and then send a response within 48 hours notifying you that your inquiry was received and then work on resolving the issue in a timely manner.

A-Beautiful Pools is now hiring lifeguards for the 2018 season within the Telfair Community. You must be a minimum of 15 years old and able to work flexible hours. You can apply online at www.awesomelifeguards.com or call 281-376-6510.

Pool season is just around the corner and we would like to welcome A-Beatutiful Pools to the Telfair Community. If you would like to know more about them, please click the link to see great information from your new pool company.

Please be advised that the Telfair office is closed on weekends and holidays and if there are emergencies, please contact Sterling Association Services corporate office at 832-678-4500 and one of the on-call managers will assist you. During these times, the Telfairlife website, Facebook website and emails are not being monitored until the next business day.


Pets On Leash – It’s the Law!

It has been brought to our attention that dogs have been found running around loose on our neighborhood streets and in the common areas.

As a friendly reminder, please keep your dogs restrained on a leash at all times when outside the confined areas of your home or fenced-in portions of your yard. When walking your dogs on a leash, please also be considerate of your neighbors by picking up after them. Not only is it common courtesy, but it’s also the law.

(Sections of the Sugar Land City Ordinance are shown below.)

If you spot any vicious animals running loose in our neighborhood, please call Sugar Land’s Animal Services at (281)275-ADOG (2364) IMMEDIATELY.

Sec. 3-12. – Running at Large Prohibited

It is unlawful for an owner or person having control of an animal to allow an animal to be running at large.

It is unlawful for an owner or person having control of an animal to fail to take the acts necessary to prevent an animal from running at large.

Sec. 3-13. - Animal Waste Disposal

It is unlawful for an owner or person having control of an animal to permit the animal to defecate on private property unless the person immediately removes and properly disposes of the feces.

It is unlawful for an owner or person having control of an animal to walk the animal on private property without carrying at all times a suitable container or other suitable instrument for the removal and disposal of animal feces.

Sec. 3-14. - Unreasonably Noisy Animals

It is unlawful and declared a nuisance for any owner or person in control of an animal to allow the animal to bark, growl, howl, whine or make any other sound loud and long enough to unreasonably disturb the peace of other people on the same, adjoining or nearby property.

Sec. 3-36. - Dangerous Dogs
a) is section applies to the extent it is more stringent than

Chapter 822 of the Texas Health and Safety Code.

(b) e owner of a dangerous dog must annually register the dangerous dog with animal services and pay an annual registration fee.

(c) A dangerous dog must wear at all times an orange and yellow collar provided by animal services.

(d) e owner of a dangerous dog must keep the dog restrained at all times by:

(1) Keeping the dog enclosed within fences or walls that are at least six feet high and approved by animal services; (2) Keeping the dog within a fully enclosed cage or pen, or within a building from which the general public is excluded, which is designed and maintained to keep the dog from escaping by leaping, digging or other means; or (3) Transporting the dog within a fully enclosed vehicle.

(e) A dangerous dog not restrained as required by this section is considered to be running at large.

(f) A sign that states “Dangerous Dog” must be posted in a window on each side of a vehicle transporting a dangerous dog under subsection (d), and the dog must be:

(1) Controlled by a line or leash not more than six feet in length and which is held by a person capable of controlling the dog; and
(2) Humanely muzzled.

(g) Owners of a dangerous dog must post on the premises where the dog is kept for more the 12 consecutive hours a sign provided by animal services informing that a dangerous dog is on the premises. e sign must be plainly visible from each street area adjacent to the premises.

Please help us keep your community safe, clean, and kid- friendly as possible for everyone’s enjoyment.


Please make sure you are bringing your photo ID to the Workout Room at Central Hall. Identification is being checked to insure that only Telfair residents are using the facility and equipment.

Community Wildflowers

The wildflowers in the natural areas around the Main Lake have begun to grow and many bluebonnets can be seen beginning to bloom early due to our spring like weather. Since our winter has been relatively warm except for two very cold nights in December all the natural areas were cut back in January and are now being allowed to grow over the next 5 or 6 months so the various wildflowers can bloom. During this time the natural areas will only be trimmed as needed but not cut back again until all of the blooms have played out during to the heat of the summer. At that time we will cut back the natural areas and keep them mowed through the fall and winter months. These areas however do remain natural in that they are mowed taller and have more weeds than the Bermuda lawn around them since no herbicides are used to control weed growth since it would also eliminate any wildflowers.

Telfair Community Association does not allow garage sales on individual properties and does not hold community garage sales for the public.

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Street Parking

Just a reminder, please do not park in the street overnight as this violates the Telfair Deed Restrictions, can be a nuisance to your neighbors, and also can be a potential safety hazard. Sterling ASI, as your property management company, will begin sending deed restriction violation letters to any and all homes with cars parked in the street during night community inspections. Please park all cars in your driveway or garage. Thank you for your help in keeping the community beautiful.

Trash Cans/Yard Clippings/Trash Bags/Tree Trimmings

Telfair Residents: Please do not place your trash cans or trash bags at the curb before the day of pickup. Your community trash days are Tuesday & Friday. Also, if you have a lawn service, please advise them they need to take all yard clippings with them when they service your yard or put them behind your fence until Thursday evenings after 6PM for Friday pick up. Heavy trash will only be picked up on the 4th Monday of each month. Any brush and tree limbs must be less than 4 inches in diameter and less than 4 feet in length; or between 4 and 6 inches and less than 2 feet in length. We inspect the community on a regular basis and if any of these above items are noticed, you will be cited as this is a violation of your communities deed restrictions. Also, trash cans cannot be stored in public view, as this is also a violation of your deed restrictions. Trashcans must be stored behind fences or in your garage. If they can be seen from the street, you are in violation of the deed restrictions. Thank you for your help in keeping your community beautiful.

Crime Information

If you are interested in viewing crime stats in you area, please visit www.raidsonline.com. Also, if yo see any suspicious activity around the community that does not warrant calling 911 (emergency), please call the Sugar Land P.D. non-emergency number at 281-275-2020.

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