Nottingham West Civic Club
a Deed Restricted Community
Next Quarterly Meeting: April 11th, 2019
Welcome to Nottingham West!
Established in 1964, Nottingham West is a deed restricted community in west Houston, Texas. Our neighborhood consists of 349 single-family homes, a mix of both original and new construction. Nottingham West is a part of the Spring Branch Independent School District, and is zoned to Wilchester Elementary, Spring Forest Middle School, and Stratford High School. We are within walking distance to Harris County's Nottingham Park (with splash pad!), and minutes from some of the finest dining and shopping in Houston, including favorites like Memorial City Mall and the Taste of Texas. With the Energy Corridor and several renowned hospitals nearby, our community is a hotspot for real estate activity. Whether you are a current resident looking for key information, or a future Nottingham West
homeowner, we are here to help.
Realtors & Builders: To obtain a Certificate of Clear Title, please contact Best Fit Solutions LLC at 713-598-3022. All other information can be found on our "Neighborhood Information" or "NWCC Governance" pages.
Nottingham West Civic Club, a non-profit organization ® Houston,TX
Nottingham Task Force Update- April 2018
The Nottingham Task Force (NTF) is working on behalf of area residents to modify the current City of Houston Public Works and Engineering (PWE) plan for the Kirkwood reconstruction project with option acceptable to communities. The current approved plan replaces the on-street bike lanes with eight-foot dual use pedestrian/bike pathways located behind the curb, and incorporates left turn lanes.
The NTF continues meeting with council members to garner additional support to modify the PWE plans to remove left turns. The NTF will keep residents updated on discussions and any decisions.
Current update –
The NTF met with Greg Travis, Houston City Council Member for the G District early March 2018 to review timeline for the Kirkwood Reconstruction Project. Mr. Travis indicated the Kirkwood reconstruction work is tentatively scheduled to begin on 1Q-2Q2019 but due to community fatigue with current construction at Memorial drive, there is possibility to recommend delaying start of the project for 3-4 years. Opting to delay may result on reallocation by the city of currently approved funding for the project. The NTF agree on conducting a community survey to pulse community and will advise Travis on where community stands re scheduled start vs delay while continuing working with PWE to update existing plan.
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Terry Hershey Park Reopened - Update April 2018
The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) has reopened access to the Terry Hershey Park from Kirkwood Rd. to Beltway 8/Sam Houston Tollway, on the north side of Buffalo Bayou.
After several months of work along the north side of Buffalo Bayou between Beltway 8 and Kirkwood, the Flood Control District is pleased to announce that slope repairs were completed in July 2017. Additionally, the portion of Terry Hershey Park east of Wilcrest that was closed for construction has reopened to the public.
Harris County Precinct 3 has completed repairs to park trails and improvements west of Wilcrest. The remainder of the park has reopened.
WCA TRASH COLLECTION
WCA will be collecting trash on Tuesdays and Fridays each week.
Recyclables pick up is on Friday each week.
NWCC Management Company:
Attention Jessica Hux
Best Fit Solutions, LLC.
11152 Westheimer # 705
Houston, TX 77042
President: Luis Miramontes +1-832-687-8678
Vice President: Vacant
Treasurer: Nancy Bailey +1-713-515-3822