- EMERGENCIES including Life-Threatening Emergencies (DIAL 911)
- Animal & Wildlife
- Deeds & Restrictions (Inspections, Notifications)
- Gated Sections
- Parks & Common Areas (Greenway, Playground & Sports Equipment, Pool, Splashpad)
- Streets & Roadways (Curbs, Road Damage, Signs)
- Trash & Recycling
EMERGENCIES (CRIME AND SAFETY)
For crime and safety issues, especially life-threatening emergencies please call 911.
To report traffic-related issues (speeding, unsafe driving, suspicious vehicles), contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office at 911 or for non-emergencies (713) 221-6000.
For urgent community issues such as stuck or broken gates, please contact Crest Management at 281-579-0761. Calls made after hours are directed to an answering service and an on-call Community Manager will be contacted.
Questions or issues regarding your property, Deeds & Restrictions, dues, inspections, letters or notifications and anything not related to the common areas should be directed to Crest Management during business hours. Visit https://www.crest-management.com/Communities/Riata-Ranch-Homeowners-Association for contact information.
Infrastructure in Gated Sections 6 and 7 (See Riata Ranch Section Map) including streets, street lights and signs are maintained by the HOA, issues in these sections should be reported to Crest Management.
IF THERE ARE ISSUES WITH THE GATES (Damage, stuck open, won’t close)
Call Crest Management at 281-579-0761 (after hours your call will be directed to an answering service and an on-call manger will be notified)
PUBLIC ROADWAYS (EXCLUDING GATED SECTIONS)
Harris County Precinct 3 maintains all PUBLIC roadways within Riata Ranch. Visit their website at pct3.com to report issues such as damaged or missing signs, curb and concrete issues, abandoned vehicles, roadway issues and more. Click on “Service Request” for a full list of requests managed by the County.
STREET LIGHTS (EXCLUDING GATED SECTIONS)
Residents and homeowners can report streetlight issues directly to Centerpoint Energy.
ANIMALS & WILDLIFE
Harris County Public Health
When fully staffed, the Veterinary Public Health (VPH) division of Harris County Public Health has 16 professional animal control officers to respond to various animal related requests for service including:
- Animal bite investigations
- Responses to complaints of free-roaming dogs and cats
- Enforcement of rabies vaccinations, rabies quarantines and pet licensing regulations
- Dangerous Wild Animal facility inspections
- Enforcement of Dangerous Dogs laws
- Assisting law enforcement officers with animal-related issues
- Dangerous Wild Animal Registration Packet
To report any issue, the shelter at 281-999-3191
Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation Coalition
TWRC Wildlife Center has been committed to providing quality emergency care and rehabilitation for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife brought to us by the public.
Visit https://www.twrcwildlifecenter.org/ for more information.
“Services provided by TWRC Wildlife Center include an emergency room for injured, ill, and orphaned wildlife, as well as a help-line; both the emergency room and the help-line operate 7 days a week. A veterinarian is on staff to assist with training and emergencies. READ MORE“
RECYCLING & TRASH DISPOSAL
Trash disposal and recycling services are provided by Texas Pride Disposal through a contract with Harris County MUD 196. Contact Texas Pride if you have any questions.
TUESDAYS = Recycle and Trash Pickup
FRIDAYS = Trash Pickup
-The black Texas Pride bins are for recycling, don’t put trash in the recycling bins.
–Recycling bins need to be rolled out to the curb for pickup.
Regular household trash can be placed in bins next to your residence. Trash should be in trash bags and the crews will pick those up.
-Heavy trash such as lawn clippings, leaves, etc. should be placed at the curb. Branches should be bundled together.
A full list of their service guidelines are posted online
PARK & COMMON AREAS
The land in Riata Ranch Park is owned by Harris County MUD 196. This includes all of the creek/bayou areas, open fields, walkways, lighting and exercise equipment.
The COMMON AREAS in Riata Ranch include landscaping and green way areas along Barker Cypress Road, Riata Ranch Blvd and Cypress North Houston Rd.
- Sports equipment (soccer goals, volleyball nets, baseball backstop)
- Playground equipment
- Tennis Court
- BBQ Hut
The splash pad and pool are owned and maintained by the Riata Ranch HOA.
The park and playground equipment in the pocket park in Section 11 are owned and maintained by Riata Ranch HOA.
If you see any issues in these areas, including landscaping, fencing, irrigation problems, use this form to report them to the HOA.