WELCOME TO GRAYSON
The Grayson Lakes subdivision was
established in 2003 and is home to
530 households. There are four
lakes with 17 fountains and 30 acres
of green space that is home to
several varieties of waterfowl, fish
2017 Pool Card for Grayson Lakes Residents
The Association's pool card reader system
has recently undergone an upgrade, and this
along with a number of new residents, has
necessitated the need for new pool cards to
be issued. Crest Management will be
issuing cards to residents without charge
until June 30. Please follow the
instructions below if you wish to have a
Grayson Lakes pool card.
Grayson Lakes Residents with pool
If you have a
pool card in your possession, please take a
photo of the card number and send this
picture along with your name, address and an
active email to
Your current card will be reactivated and you
will receive an email confirmation within 48
hours. This is a simple and quick process!
Grayson Lakes Residents without pool
If you do NOT
have a pool card, please visit Crest Management during regular business
hours Monday-Friday 9a-5p. Please note
that Crest is closed for lunch on Fridays
noon-1p. If you have any questions, please
contact Pam Hummel at 281-945-4661 or
No cards will be sent through mail.
Boy Scout Troop 73 Flag Service
Need a flag for your
Please complete this
form or contact
Shelby Bacak, Troop 73 Flag Committee Chair
friendly reminder that the GL Association's
rules and regulations prohibit the use of
Exhibit C Initial Restrictions and Rules 2i
states: "The following activities are
prohibited within Grayson Lakes unless
expressly authorized by, and then subject to
such conditions as may be imposed by, the
Board of Directors - the use and discharge
of firecrackers and other fireworks."
Please be courteous and respectful of
everyone living in our neighborhood and
refrain from using loud and inappropriate
Grayson Lakes 4th of July
Parade & Family Splash Day
Sponsored by: Sundance at
WoodCreek Reserve, Premier Memory Care
Please join us on
Tuesday, July 4th
for the Grayson Lakes Annual 4th of July Parade!
All residents are welcome to walk or ride in the
parade and are encouraged to decorate and enter
their cars, convertibles, trucks, motorcycles,
golf carts and even parade floats. Feel free to
advertise your local business or organization on
your vehicle and to throw out candy or other
goodies to spectators. Children are asked to
decorate their bikes, scooters, wagons and
strollers with red, white & blue patriotic
decorations. There will be prizes awarded for
the best decorations in the following
categories: Bikes/Scooters; Wagons/Strollers;
Motorized Vehicles, & Parade Floats. If you
are walking or riding in the parade, please meet
at the Clubhouse by 8:30 am for line up.
We will also be hosting a Family Splash Day
again this year that will take place after the
parade and flag raising ceremony. The
Splash Day festivities
are scheduled from
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
at the Grayson Lakes pool and will include a
Waterslide Inflatable, Bubble Fun Area,
Watermelon Eating Contest, Games/Prizes and lots
of family fun by the pool! Hotdogs, chips,
watermelon and water will be served for FREE
throughout the day, but please feel free to
bring your own lunch, snacks and drinks.
No glass please.
Thank you so much to our sponsor, Sundance at
WoodCreek Reserve, Premier Memory Care!
Please see the
June and July printed newsletters
for more information.
The Grayson Lakes Pool is now open! The pool
has undergone major repairs and updating including a complete
re-plastering, a new flagstone beach entry,
replacement of cracked coping and a new
to the entire decking.
All residents are encouraged to enjoy the
pool! The events committee will be
planning special events poolside!
Pool rules are posted in several locations
at the pool. Please remember, our pool
is unattended, be respectful of the facility
and the pool furniture, and children must be
accompanied by an adult at all times. The
pool is closed on Mondays for chemical
courts are locked
As of March 20, the Grayson Lakes tennis courts
are now locked, but accessible to all residents
over 18 yrs. and in good standing.
Unfortunately, there have been repeated
incidents reported of inappropriate use of the
courts and damage has been done to the
types of additional costs can impact annual
dues, so we encourage all resident tennis
players to assist with this simple security
The association has had repairs and new
equipment installed during March, please
help keep it clean and in good condition for
all! This amenity is for the enjoyment of
residents and their accompanied guests.
After using the courts, it's important you lock
You may call Crest Management at 281-945-4632 to receive the access code.
Please do not feed the ducks
that live on and around our lakes. It
causes problems for the ducks as well as for the
residents that live near the feeding areas!
Check out this video for
more information on why feeding the ducks is
Please don't feed the
ducks! Tips from a wildlife biologist
A Public Safety
Please remember to lock your car doors and
report any break-ins as soon as discovered.
Please report any suspicious activity or traffic
violations to the
For your safety please remember that the land
along Buffalo Bayou is privately owned and is
not connected to Grayson Lakes.
Anyone caught on this land will be considered
Wondering when our Ft. Bend Roads
will be expanded to accommodate more traffic?
Ft. Bend Mobility Project information.
Your help is needed!
All of our
committees need members!
Lake & Irrigation
Safety & Security
Contact Karen at Crest for more info!
Volunteers of the month:
Next door neighbors, Amber
and Don, were a grand slam team in volunteering
to fix and reattach a number of windscreens at
the GL Tennis Courts just in time for ideal
tennis weather! Their neighborly
assistance helped save our community funds that
were used for other tennis court improvements
such as a new net, a new squeegee and new net
posts. Neighbors like these two LOVE to
SERVE the Grayson Lakes neighborhood and then we
Volunteer of the month:
A big shout out to Lanny for his countless hours helping to
keep our neighborhood clean and looking
Volunteer of the month:
Matt and his wife, Kelly,
moved to Grayson Lakes in 2004 and they’ve
seen how our neighborhood has completely
developed and become a beautiful area. Matt
is a handy guy and very strong, too!
His talents have been shared
with GL in numerous ways from fixing things
in the club house, to changing the furnace
filter and light bulbs, to helping move pool
furniture for cleaning and refurbishing.
He’s a guy who’s always willing to lend a
helping hand — a great neighbor! Thanks,
If you have an hour or
two to volunteer, please call Crest
Management! We have neighborhood
projects that will fit your interests
Check out Crest's
new website! You can now submit ARC
requests, sign up for email alerts, and pay
Calendar of Upcoming Events
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