Prestonwood Forest residents are invited to participate in a public workshop to discuss hike & bike trails along Cypress Creek on Wednesday, September 10th, 6:30 p.m. at the Prestonwood Forest Clubhouse, 13702 Prestonwood Forest Dr.
The meeting will be chaired by Edminster, Hinshaw, Russ & Associates (EHRA). This effort is partially funded by the Prestonwood Forest Utility District. EHRA has been tasked to compile a Trails Master Plan for our area that includes proposals for the Prestonwood Forest area. Ultimately this plan will show connections throughout our region for hike and bike trails and additional opportunities for trail locations.
Public input is desired to help recommend locations for these trails and set goals and a vision to be considered in the plan. Please attend and tell your friends!
2014 New Lighted Entry Signs Coming Soon!
Improvements to replace Prestonwood’s three aging entry signs with contemporary lighted monuments
are coming soon!
Please watch for these new monuments at the Schroeder/Ravenhurst entrances and at the
Hargrave/Charlynn Oaks entrance.
This article’s slide show illustrates the updated day and night appearance planned for the three Prestonwood entrances
restonwood Forest, in northwest Houston, is a quiet, family-oriented community of homeowners who take pride in our neighborhood and encourage the active participation of all residents. Prestonwood Forest Online is the official website for the Prestonwood Forest community and is maintained by the Prestonwood Forest Maintenance Association.
The mission of Prestonwood Forest Online is to ensure that residents of Prestonwood Forest are well-informed about neighborhood amenities and services and the official neighborhood events. The website also supplements the monthly Association meeting, providing an additional method of communication and allowing a greater opportunity for residents to be heard.
Thank you for visiting and check back often. Please contact the Board of Directors if you have any questions about this website or the Prestonwood Forest community.
The 2014 assessment statements were mailed to all owners in early December 2013. The assessment is due by January 31, 2014 and considered late thereafter, resulting in fees and further collection action per the Association’s formal collection policy. If you are in a financial position preventing you from paying the assessment in full by January 31, 2014, please send a written request for a payment plan either by mail, fax or email to the management company prior to the late date to avoid additional fees.
You have the option of paying online with a credit card or your checking account. You can find the online payment link on the Association website in the Assessment Maintenance Fee section or by visiting www.highsierramanagement.com and selecting the Pay Assessment Online section.
Please consult this website for other information (i.e. legal documents, annual budget, community events, meeting minutes, etc).
Do you need to change your mailing address? Send an email to:
, or send a written request to High Sierra Management at P.O. Box 940267, Houston, Texas 77094.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact your Association Manager, Sherri Carey, at 1-866-463-3598, ext. 3161.
Pay Assessments Online
Prestonwood Forest residents may now pay assessments online at the Smartstreet website. Payment options include selected credit cards, eCheck payment or setting up recurring payments. Making a payment on the Smartstreet website is easy:
Select the ‘OnlinePayments’ menu option
Select your preferred choice of payment
Enter the required information
Please verify that you have selected the correct ‘Association Name’ to ensure accurate payment: Prestonwood Forest Maintenance Association, Inc (Houston, TX).