DATE FOR THE UPCOMING BOARD MEETING AND THE ANNUAL SPRING MEETING:
We sincerely apologize for not updating our website regarding the last board meeting. It was cancelled due to an out of town emergency trip and an illness. The next regular board meeting will be on Monday, January 27th, 2014. Sorry for any inconvenience this might have caused anyone.
Regular Board Meetings are typically held on the 4th Monday evening of each month at 7 o'clock, unless a conflicting event or holiday is scheduled that week, in which case it is usually held the Monday before. The next Monthly Board Meeting will be Monday, January 27th, 2014. The Annual Spring Meeting will be held on Sunday, May 4, 2014. The annual meetings are always held at 2:00 p.m. in the park on Leitrim Street.
The pool is now closed season. Please remember to shut and lock the gate when entering and leaving the Park & Pool areas. Current Park & Pool keys are required when visiting these areas. Violations will be treated as a trespassing offence and will be pursued to the fullest extent of the law by the Rolling Hills Colony POA board in corporation with Waller County Law Enforcement. Additional security measures are currently being discussed for the pool and surrounding area. If you have not yet paid your annual dues, you may do so in person at the next regular monthly meeting and receive Park & Pool keys, or mail your dues to P. O. Box 581, Hempstead, TX 77445.
PARK GATE & POOL DOOR
are both to be
LOCKED AT ALL TIMES !!!
There are three park sites in the Rolling Hills Colony subdivision. There have been many improvements and repairs in these parks over the past few years. Some of which have included painting, entrance gate repairs, restrooms improvements, addition of playground equipment and pool fence repairs. Additional security measures are being discussed for C. C. McMillian Memorial Park, as well as the front of the subdivision. Please be sure to shut and lock the gate when entering and leaving the park. The gate is to be locked at all times. The board is very committed to improving the recreational facilities in the parks. If any property owner would like to assist, please contact one of the officers.
VOLUNTEERS ARE ALWAYS NEEDED:
The board is asking residents of Rolling Hills Colony for help in working on our committees. The committees include Compliance of Deed Restrictions, Parks and Pool, and Architectural Control. In order to make your dues go further, much of the work is done by board members and volunteers within our community. Anyone interested in helping on with a committee, please contact one of the board officers. Help make Rolling Hills a better community for everyone!
Neighbors helping neighbors - in the past, work days were organized to assist some of Rolling Hills Colony residents. Dog fences were built, yards were cleaned, a wheelchair access was constructed, all benefiting our neighbors. If you see one of your neighbors in need, reach out and help them. If the need requires more manpower or additional resources, please contact one of the board members and we will assist in organizing help however possible.
ROLLING HILLS, TEXAS: Rolling Hills is a residential community located on Farm Road 1736 about six miles northeast of Hempstead in northern Waller County. In 1965 developer E. A. Kelley purchased 775 acres of rolling woodlands for the development of a subdivision. The topography inspired the name Rolling Hills Colony. C. C. McMillian became sole owner of the development in 1970. By the early 1970s, twenty-seven families already lived in the community, and a man-made lake, swimming pool, and park areas provided recreational amenities. In the 1980s the community was designated as Rolling Hills on county maps. No population figures were available in 1990 or 2000.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Waller County Historical Survey Committee, A History of Waller County, Texas (Waco: Texian Press, 1973).
NOTICE: The accumulation of trash and inoperable motor vehicles is prohibited by deed restriction and county law. If you are in violation please clean up before enforcement steps are taken. It will cost more if the county court system is involved.