FAQ

When is my TVCA Assessment due?
The TVCA Assessment for 2024 is $440.  This is a $20 increase from 2023. The 2024 assessment of $440 is due January 1, 2024 and is considered late after January 31, 2024.
 
The TVCA Board of Directors would not only like to maintain the status quo in quality of life in Trailwood, but to continue to maintain/improve our neighborhood assets for all residents.  The modest increase in assessment for 2024 will be another small step in this pursuit. Upon historical research of past assessments, the original assessment for Trailwood Village in 1972 was $96, using the US Bureau of Labor CPI calculator, this would translate to $719/year (60+% increase over current proposed 2024 assessment fees).  
 
Please continue to check the website, your mailbox & social media for updates on this and any other community matters.
 
Again, if you have not received your statement and related information in a timely manner, please contact KAM ASAP at the following: 
 
Phone: 281-359-1102
Email: ethel@kingwoodassociationmanagement.com
 
When is the Trailwood Village Community Garage Sale?
In 2024 Trailwood will be having (2) garage sales. Trailwood will have a SPRING garage sale on the last Saturday in April, April 27, 2024 from 7AM to 2PM.  In addition, in the FALL, Trailwood will have its traditional garage sale, always the last Saturday in October - 7AM to 2PM.  This year it is on October 26, 2024. These (2) days are the only days during the year that garage sales are permitted within Trailwood per the deed restrictions that every resident agreed upon at purchase.  It is suggested to put a balloon on your mailbox so those interested can see from a distance who is participating.  Please be respectful to homeowners while on their properties and do not block driveways.
 
Do I have to get approval from TVCA aka, "Trailwood HOA", for making improvements to my property, even though I am using the same exact color and materials?
Yes, anything you do to change the original plans/outline of your house must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee (ARC). This includes room additions, new roof, new fences, new paint, driveway extension, television reception devices, tree removal (except Trailwood Section 1) and a variety of other activities not listed.  A separate form needs to be submitted for each improvement.  For example, if you are painting your house and changing out windows, a form needs to be submitted for the painting and another form for the replacement of windows.  This will eliminate confusion when only partial approval is granted on proposed improvements. Please review  your deed restrictions for your section, Trailwood By-Laws and City of Houston ordinances prior to submitting your ACC application to Kingwood Association Management (KAM)
 
When is Heavy Trash Pick-up?
Heavy Trash Pick-up is the same as regular days, Monday or Thursday, put out evening before or morning of pick-up.  Any other questions about our community garbage collection, please go to our garbage collection provider, Best Trash.
 
Where do I get pool tags?
 
Update - 5.13.24 ***Pool Tag Distribution***
 
A representative from Kingwood Association Management will be at the pool community room to distribute pool wristbands to those who have sent in their forms on the following dates/times:
 
Saturday, May 18th, 2024
10a-4p
 
Sunday, May 19th, 2024
1p-5p
 
If you can’t come to the pool community room, always feel free to stop by the KAM office to pick up your pool tags. 
 
*Please review all information listed below prior to heading up to the pool for pickup.*
 
For 2024, in order to gain access to the Trailwood Pool and receive wristbands, aka "Pool Tags" the following steps will need to be completed ahead of time:
 
1) Fill out Trailwood Village pool tag registration form from website - COMPLETE ON SCREEN OR PRINT OUT & SUBMIT TO KAM
2) Submit form to KAM via email, US Mail or hand delivery.
3) You must submit the form and all relevant information before going to pick them up because records need to be reviewed that all past due balances are paid in full.
4) Pool tags are required for pool access starting on June 1.
 
*Pool Tags will not be issued to individual homeowners until 2024 and all previous assessments and/or outstanding balances are paid in full.
 
**Pool Tag forms will not be collected at the pool or in the community room.  Please read the 2024 Pool Tag form distributed by KAM in your assessment letter sent out in December 2023 or here on the website.
 
***Kingwood Community Pool Company employees, aka "Trailwood Pool Lifeguards" cannot collect money to rectify balances for entrance into the pool complex or settle disputes in regard to acquisition of pool wristbands, aka "pool tags".  
 
2024 POOL TAG FORM - CLICK HERE!
 
Please contact KAM if you have any questions concerning pool tags or any other issues pertaining to TVCA.
 
What is KSA (Kingwood Service Association)?
The KSA is a quasi-governmental organization put in place to administer rules and provide guidance on the management of our private parks (large ones not in Trailwood proper) and public safety.  A more complete explanation can be found HERE - CLICK HERE!
 
What/Where do I get my "K" sticker?
The "K" sticker can be picked up at the KSA office located at 1075 Kingwood Drive, Suite 100 - Open 9AM - 5PM,  Monday thru Friday. The "K" sticker is needed to gain access to all the Kingwood community parks since they are private parks, owned, maintained, and governed by KSA. All Trailwood residents current on annual assessments to the TVCA are active members of KSA and have full access to all five of the KSA owned parks. However, they must have a K Sticker to use the parks. The K sticker requirement was instituted several years ago when Kingwood residents were having a difficult time using the parks because the parks were too crowded because of non-residents using the parks.
 
How is the TVCA related to the KSA?
Who manages all the parks (NOT the City of Houston)?
Who do we contact to request or propose changes in Kingwood?
All these different associations, committees and government organizations can get confusing.  CLICK HERE for a more complete explanation.
 
How do I report that a streetlight is out?
You will need to contact Centerpoint Energy - click HERE!
 
How do I contact the police concerning any of the following: prowler/suspicious person, speeding vehicle, car burglaries and thefts, being on vacation, or for reasons causing concern - File an ALERT SLIP with HPD - Click HERE!
 
Where can I take all these old paint cans, used oil, batteries and electronics?
The City of Houston holds (2) B.O.P.A events a year in Kingwood. Typically one in the spring and one in the fall.  The events take place from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Kingwood METRO Park and Ride located at 3210 W. Lake Houston Parkway.  More info can be found HERE!Additionally, the City of Houston Solid Waste Management Department hosts monthly Saturday electronics recycling events from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Kingwood Metro Transit Center on the 1st Saturday of the month located at 3210 West Lake Houston Parkway.
 
Who do I contact about the following: water or sewer leak, illegal dumping, drainage problems, abandoned building or vehicle or traffic signal or sign?
City of Houston Council Member for District E - Fred Flickinger - He can be reached HERE!  COH Town Hall meeting updates HERE!  
 
Who are the current elected government officials that represent Trailwood?
Click HERE!