A Community in Northwest Harris County
Trash Pickup Reminder
As a reminder, each Lakes of Rosehill resident pays for “back door” pickup of our garbage. It is not necessary to put your trash out on the curb. This keeps our neighborhood looking better on trash day! The exceptions to this would be if you have any large trash items, or over and above your normal number of trash cans to pick up, or the recycling bin. In these cases, you are advised to put the trash and the recycling bin on the curb. On all other “normal” trash days, they will pick it up by the by your back door or garage.
Remember to keep your trash sticker up-to-date on your trash bin. Waste Management will tag your trash bin if it does not show a current sticker.
Click here for the Waste Management Guideline for Lakes of Rosehill.
If you need a new recycle bin, contact Gloria Lee at Chaparral Management.
****** Please Note: (posted 1/10/19) Waste Management will cease to offer trash & recycling services of the type we curently enjoy in LOR. The board is evaluating other contractors & info will be sent out soon.
Neighborhood Watch Program
If you would like to get involved with the neighborhood watch program in our neighborhood, please contact the LOR Board. This is a great way to get involved and help keep our neighborhood safe. If you are new to the neighborhood, find your Block Captain and give them your email to stay informed.
As Lakes of Rosehill residents, we live in Precinct #4. The Constable for Precinct #4 is Mark Herman. The Sheriff’s main number is 281-446-1196 (non-emergency number). Dial 911 for emergencies.
Aerobic System Maintenance
Are you concerned about whether or not your septic system is being maintained properly? Does your system smell bad? Is there a bad odor when your sprinklers run? There shouldn’t be. Your septic sprinklers should NOT be spraying outside of your property boundaries, not into the street or into a neighbor’s yard. If they are, have your maintenance service company adjust the length of the spray. Remember, each home owner is required to maintain their system, having it inspected each year. Failure to do so will incur penalties. For more information, contact:
Harris County Waste Water Department
10000 NW Fwy, Ste 102
Houston, TX 77092
The Department has compiled a list of maintenance companies residents can choose from when looking for a new company. In selecting a company you need to make sure they service our type of systems (Clearstream) and are licensed. You can download the list here.