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South Woodland Hills is a neighborhood located in Kingwood, Texas.  It is within the City of Houston and Harris County.  It was developed by Friendswood Development Company (then a part of Exxon) and King Ranch starting in the early 1970's.  South Woodland Hills Village Community Association is a nonprofit homeowners association responsible for providing certain services to neighborhood.  These include: swimming pool and community room operations and maintenance, maintenance of the common areas and entryway, deed restriction enforcement, and architectural control.  The board is responsible for all community association matters and contracts with vendors for services.  Sterling Association Management has been contracted to manage our day-to-day operations.  
 
The entirety of the neighborhood in not in the 100 year flood plain or the 500 year floodplain.  This map can be viewed on mycity.houstontx.gov/houstonmapviewer  South Woodland Hills elevations range from 72'-76'.  
 
Annual homeowners association dues for 2016, 2017, 2018 were $245.  Association dues for 2019 were $247 and $250 for 2020.  Association dues for 2021 were $254 and due on January 1, 2021.  Late fees will apply after January 31, 2021.  Invoices will be mailed in November and are due January 1st. Questions regarding billing should be directed to the management company, Sterling ASI.  Residents of South Woodland Hills are members of and pay a separate assessment to the Woodland Hills Trails Association.
 
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Shop for homes in South Woodland Hills HAR.com or HAR.com Woodland Hills
 
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Recycling Issues in the News
 
The following are links to current (2018 - 2020) media pieces related to recycling.  Your board is interested in hearing your thoughts and opinions on continuing or discontinuing our current recycling service and how much you choose to pay for it given recent market changes.  The following links are in no particular order and gathered from many sources to help inform your understanding of this issue.  Please use the Contact Us page to send feedback, opinions, or other related media links.