Learn How Neighborhoods Can Apply for Tools to Retain their Residential Character
Last spring, new development rules were adopted that will allow developers to build additional housing on smaller lots than are typically found in most suburban style neighborhoods. This will increase the availability of housing in the city and provide residents with more housing options. However, if your neighborhood is residential and would like to retain its larger lot character, the City adopted tools to help.
These tools include the ability for residential areas to preserve the existing lot size or building line character of the area providing there are no deed restrictions that address building line or lot size on the lots they seek to protect. These tools are commonly used in areas to prevent the further subdivision of lots for townhome style developments.
Information about these tools can be found online at: http://www.houstontx.gov/planning/Neighborhood/prevailLotBldg.html. If you have questions, please contact Kevin Calfee at 713.837.7701 or Kevin.Calfee@HoustonTX.gov.
At this time of year, we receive inquiries regarding your annual assessment statement and when payment is due. Typically, the assessment statements are mailed out immediately after the District's last board meeting of the year.
In order to avoid penalty and interest (which accrues on February 1st), your annual assessment payment must be postmarked by January 31st.
Payments should be made payable to the District and mailed to:
P. O. Box 73109
Houston, TX 77273
Please do NOT mail or deliver assessment payments to the management district office.
You may also obtain a copy of your statement at www.equitaxinc.com
For information regarding your billing, please call the Equi-Tax Customer Service Line at 281-444-3946 from Mon-Thur 8 am until 4:30 pm.
For information regarding ownership, address or appraised value, please call the Harris County Appraisal District at 713-957-7800.