A 40 Year History
Courtyards of Three Fountains Condominiums was incorporated in February, 1978. That year, Jimmy Carter signed a bill that allowed home brewing of beer, Annie Hall won Best Picture Oscar, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. And for forty years, the Homeowner's Association and the many members of the Board of Directors have worked hard to preserve our investment by maintaining the property to the highest standards. Keeping up the appearance of the property and maintaining the integrity of it's structures is an ongoing commitment. Improvements and upkeep to the property are financed by the the Homeowner's Association monthly fees. These fees also include basic cable TV, electricity, gas, water, landscaping, on site maintenance personnel, garbage pick up, management company services, and general property repairs.
An annual Homeowners Meeting is held to discussed and approve a plan for the next year's budget. Board members are elected by those attending or their proxies. A monthly Board Meeting is held in the offices of KRJ Management Company at 1800 Augusta Dr.,Suite 200. If you are a homeowner, you can attend these meetings. You must be a homeowner to view HOA information. as well financials, official documents, project updates and more. Homeowners need a password to this protected web page.
The official basic cable provider for Courtyards is Digital Direct Communications. Their phone number is 281-435-2300. They provide free basic cable and also offer upgrades for an extra fee.
If you are a renter and have a plumbing problem, call your landlord. If you are an owner, you are responsible for calling a plumber for repairs. Best Plumbing, at 713.697.4400, are very familiar with our property and work with Creative, our management company, on a consistent basis.
The washers and dryers are serviced by CSC. If you lose money in a broken machine, call them at 844-272-9675 for a refund. They'll need the broken machine's location and identification number located on the washer or dryer.
We all want to be safe in our homes and neighborhood, but crime is a fact of life. Here are a few suggestions courtesy of the Houston Police Department:
All doors leading to the outside should have dead-bolt locks.
Lock your doors and windows when you are at home.
Before opening an exterior door, make sure you know the identity of the person at your door before allowing admission.
Do not open the door to an unexpected visitor. This includes company employees and other solicitors.
Install a peephole with a 190-degree viewing angle so that you can verify who is on the other side of your door.
Do not advertise that you live alone.
Write down the license plate number of any suspicious vehicles and call the police if concerned.
Download a PDF from the Houston Police Department for more information.