Riverwalk Lake Park Now Requires your Access Card
C.I.A. Services has announced that the Lake Park Access Gate will go live June 28, 2016. The access card is required to enter or exit the park on this date, so be sure to bring your card with you. Residents should have received new entry cards by mail. The park is not accessible between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., per normal park use hours of dawn to dusk. Please note that if your dues are not paid in full your card will be disabled until you are current. If you have not received your card and you do not currently owe assessment fees, you may contact C.I.A. Services, to be issued an initial card at no charge. Additional cards are available for purchase for $15 per card. You may call Linda Morris at C.I.A. Services for further information. 713-981-9000
MESSAGE REGARDING LAKE ACCESS CARD PROBLEMS
If you received a lake access card and it is not working, please place the card(s) in an envelope or plastic bag marked with your address and phone number and drop it off at the guard house at the community entrance. C.I.A. Services will be picking up these cards next week to test them on the remote access system to determine if there is a programming issue with the cards that can be resolved or if replacement cards will need to be issued to you.
Once we have tested your card(s) and taken the necessary action, you will be contacted as to when your working card(s) or replacement(s) can be picked up at the guard house for lake access.
The gate will be open over the holiday weekend to allow access to all residents as follows:
Today - open until 10 p.m.
Saturday July 2 - open 5 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Sunday, July 3 - open 5 a.m. until midnight
Monday July 4 - open 5 a.m. until 10 p.m.
Thank you for your patience as we work out the operational issues!
We have received a few calls from residents stating the cards that were issued to them for the lake access gate are not working. After a thorough check of the system and the database information, it has been determined that the issue is with the individual cards and not the system itself.
If your card does not work, please contact our office and provide the card number so we can check the status of your individual card with the database system and get a new card issued to you if necessary. If a new card is needed, you may discard the old one, as it will be deactivated.
Please be aware that you should never carry your access card in close proximity with a cell phone or another card with a magnetic strip (i.e. debit or credit card), as this can de-magnetize your access card and it will no longer be readable by the card scanner. It is strongly recommended that you not carry your access card in the same pocket as your cell phone, or in your cell phone case.
The gate is scheduled to be open on July 3 for the Community fireworks event, and also on Monday, July 4th, to ensure there are no issues with residents being able to access the park over the holiday.
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Constable Boudreaux reported a growing problem with speeding and noted residents be aware that the speed limit is 30 miles per hour. He stated that citations are being issued. Residents must observe Stop signs, and said the signs at Brazos and Tigris are constantly being ignored.
The board has stated that the Lake Park sign that was illegally removed from the corner of Riverwalk Drive and Moselle should be returned. The board mentioned that the material could be used elsewhere and a more attractive sign could be erected for Lake Park directions. If anyone has information regarding the sign please contact board members through this website, call the security office, contact Linda Morris at C.I.A. Services or report to Officer Boudreaux, who stated that the theft is a Class B Misdemeanor.
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Riverwalk Subdivision is managed and operated by the Property Owners Association (POA)
Riverwalk is a deed restricted community nestled among beautiful trees, with a quiet 66 acre lake, with a boat ramp, picnic area and meandering canals, where residents enjoy abundant nature and beautiful wildlife resources. The area is horse friendly and the homeowners enjoy a neighborhood park on the lake. This lovely community consists of more than 1,100 lots (ranging from 1-5 acres), with distinctive custom homes. The tight knit neighborhood is buzzing with activities and clubs for residents to participate in. The Security guarded entrance is located off of FM 1314 in Porter, Texas, in Southeast Montgomery County, offering easy access to Highway 59, and the Grand Parkway access and ease and convenience to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, The Woodlands, Kingwood, Humble and growing New Caney.
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