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
Annual Homeowners Meeting
Thank you to the 23
homeowners that attended the meeting at Crest
Management on Wednesday, September 25 and to the
40 households that sent in their proxies.
The presentation can be accessed
here and will be available in the future in
the documents section of this website.
Grayson Lakes Drainage
Following the recent hurricane, several
residents have raised questions about the
drainage of the Grayson Lakes detention areas
(we think of them as recreational and
The large lakes are owned and managed by the MUD
(Municipal Utility District #130). All residents
are encouraged to contact the MUD at
713-860-6400 to get the answers to their
questions about drainage to and from those
Will there be events in 2018?
After a decade of fun and frivolity in
our neighborhood, a number of our event
coordinators are taking a breather!
If you and your family have
enjoyed any of the Grayson Lakes events and
would like to see them continue, we are in need
of coordinators (and an Events Committee
Chairperson). The events that need a
coordinator are: Easter Eggstravaganza, Family
Fishing Day, July 4th Parade & Splash Day,
Dive-In Movie Night and the Holiday Event with
Santa including decorating contest. We are
always open to new event ideas so please suggest
Thank you to all those who
have volunteered for many years, and we continue
to appreciate those who will coordinate for
Donna Medeiros - High School Volunteers
Tricia and Joe Rose - Semi-annual garage sales
Pam Alloway-Muller and Susan Raia - Holiday Boat
Donicia Whitman - Food Truck Friday
Pickle Ball Players in Grayson Lakes
Do you play Pickle Ball?
Are you interested in playing Pickle Ball in
Would you like to see the tennis court area
also striped for Pickle Ball? Let us
Landscaping for Privacy
and Noise Abatement
With the growth of the area, many residents
find themselves wishing for a bit less traffic
noise. As you've seen, Fort Bend County is
now in the process of widening Gaston Road witch
will eliminate part of the green space buffer.
Some residents would also like to create a bit
more privacy in their backyards.
If you're interested in managing these issues in
a beautiful way with appropriate landscaping
plantings, we'd like to hear from you.
The Association Board with support from
neighborhood master gardeners will sponsor an
educational event with a landscaping expert at
the clubhouse if there is sufficient interest.
Please call Crest Management or email
to let her know you would like to attend.
The date and time TBD.
Thank you to all the
neighbors who have recently trimmed their
trees (and shrubbery) particularly those
branching into the streets and hanging
over/hear the sidewalks!
WE have a beautiful neighborhood for walking
and bicycling - please check to ensure your
front and side yards are clear and passable.
In addition, the Association had be asked by
Katy ISD to have residents "lift" the tree
branches higher in order to avoid damage to
Boy Scout Troop 73 Flag Service
Need a flag for your
Please complete this
form or contact
Shelby Bacak, Troop 73 Flag Committee Chair
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!
The Grayson Lakes Volunteer of the Month
for April, May, June and July go to ALL
of our Events Committee Coordinators who
organize the activities we enjoy in
Grayson Lakes throughout the year!
We also want to recognize the many
dedicated neighbor friends who help the
coordinators with the various events -
you are very much appreciated, too!
Thank you Events Committee Coordinators
Becca Patterson, Committee Chair for
over ten years now!
Melissa Simmons, Easter Eggstravaganza,
July 4th Parade & Splash Day, Dive-In
Movie night and Holiday Decorating
Kara Chaumont, July 4th Parade & Splash
Donna Medeiros, High School Volunteers
Pam Alloway-Muller, Holiday Boat
Tricia Rose, Spring & Fall Garage Sale
Ashley Thompson, Holiday Event with
Donicia Whitman, Food Truck Friday
Have an idea for a community event?
Let us know at
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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