Annual Maintenance Fees

What do my annual maintenance fees cover?

The CCIA maintenance fee is the amount each homeowner is required to pay on an annual basis.  This fee covers security, backdoor trash services, ongoing maintenance, beautification, mosquito fogging, utilities for street lights and common ground sprinklers, special events, accounting fees, legal fees, and administrative expenses.  A comparison of the surrounding neighborhood HOAs can be found on this website under the Documents tab.

When are my annual maintenance fees due?

Each December, an invoice for the next year's maintenance fees is sent out to each property owner. That invoice offers the property owner the option to pay the entire amount by January 1st or to pay only half the amount of the invoice by January 1st and the remainder before July 1st. If only half the annual fees are paid by January 1st, then the remaining half is invoiced to the property owner in June and is due July 1st.

How do I pay my annual maintenance fees?

The fee can be paid by check, mailed to Champions Community Improvement Association, 5315-B Cypress Creek Pkwy, Houston TX  77069.  There is also an on-line dues payment option on our website. If you have trouble logging into the on-line payment site, contact us at cciahoa@championscommunity.org.




How can I obtain neighborhood information?

There are many avenues to receive information:

  • Champions Community Newsletter:  The newsletter is issued monthly with neighborhood contact information and events.
  • Block Captain Email Distribution System:  The Block Captain Coordinator send emails as needed and often.  Examples of some include board meeting reminders, security alerts, and garage sale dates
  • Directory – issued annually: Has all the information residents need to know regarding the neighborhood
  • Website – Forms, newsletters, financials and other important information is included on our website
  • Board and Board meetings – contact information and meeting times are in the newsletter, directory, and website
  • Welcome Packets – issued to new residents with pertinent neighborhood information enclosed.  Block Captains deliver to new neighbors on their street.

Deed Restrictions

How do I get a copy of the Deed Restrictions?

The Deed Restrictions are on the website under the Documents tab.  You can also obtain a copy from the Board Secretary, Deed Restrictions Director, ACC Director, or Architectural Control Committee members.

Do I have to obtain approval prior to making any changes to the exterior of my house, fence, etc?

Yes, you must obtain approval from the applicable Architectural Control Committee (ACC).  A list of ACC committee members may be found in the directory or monthly newsletter.




What is included in the directory besides the resident’s contact information?

Board Member, Block Captains, Committees, Groups, County, and other community contact information, our trash and recycling guidelines, neighborhood Information regarding the Newsletter, Block Captain Communication System, Website, New Welcome Packets, Champions ID car decals, member and activities information, and our neighborhood map.


Who do I contact to get our street signs cleaned up?

Harris County Community Assistance.  Go to www.hcp4.net and complete a Work Order or you can take a photo of the sign and email it to cadinternet@hcp4.net along with the street name, cross street and type the name/description of the sign and what needs to be done. This request can be submitted for street signs, stop signs or any Harris County Precinct 4 sign.

Who do I contact if a neighborhood street light is out?

CenterPoint Energy.  You will need to obtain the pole number located on the pole when reporting the outage. 


How often is the newsletter published?

The Champions Community Bulletin is published monthly and mailed to each resident.  If you are not receiving a newsletter, contact the Newsletter Editor.

What is the deadline for submitting articles, etc. for the monthly newsletter?

All print has to be submitted to the Newsletter Editor a month before the publication month.  For example, if you want to submit something for the March newsletter, you need to submit it by February 1st.  Contact the Newsletter Editor for more information.


How is security managed/provided in Champions?

Our Champions community has a CCIA Security Director and the neighborhood is supported by a Harris County Sheriff Contract for Deputy support. The Contract Program provides four Deputies designated for our neighborhood on a fee basis. The Harris County Contract Deputy Program compliments existing District Patrol Units, allowing for a more proactive, rapid response to calls for service.

Who do I report suspicious activity to?

If an actual crime is in progress, call 911 immediately!  For anything that looks suspicious, contact the Harris County Sheriff Non-Emergency Dispatch at (713) 221-6000 and ask for a Champions Contract Deputy dispatch. 

I have a security system in my home.  How do I obtain a permit?

Alarm system permits are required and renew annually through the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.  You can find more information, along with the permit application here.  Senior Citizens permits are free, but do require permit renewal.

Does our community have a Vacation Watch Program?

Yes. A Vacation Watch is provided by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office for citizens residing in the unincorporated areas of Harris County. Citizens may request a Vacation Watch by calling the County at (281) 376-2997 or completing the on-line form here

How can I schedule a home security review?

Call the Harris County Sheriff’s Office at 713.759.9454 or contact one of our Sheriff's Deputies to schedule a free Home Security Review.



Trash & Recycling Services

What days is the trash picked up?

Tuesdays and Fridays and we have backdoor service.

What day is recycling picked up and how can I sign up for recycling?

Recycling is picked up on Fridays.  Contact Residential Recycling and Refuse of Texas to sign-up.

Champions Community Improvement Association

About Champions

The Champion’s community has much to offer families looking for a new place to call home. What began in the 1960’s as an exclusive golfing community has expanded into a neighborhood of over 800 homes sprawled out over prime real estate divided into distinct sections ranging from new custom homes to mature homes many of which are on the golf course or situated around the Champions Lake. MORE

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Contact Us

Mailing Address
5315-B Cypress Creek Pkwy, #185
Houston, TX  77069
281-397-2200 Voicemail
281-580-4820 Fax