Welcome to the DCCCLOA

Whether you're a full- or part-time resident of the Downey's Caney Creek Club Lot Owners' Association (DCCCLOA) or just checking us out for the first time before you make the decision to buy a lot, we're glad you stopped by. This website is where you will find important information and communication from the DCCCLOA. Owners, please take a minute to register on this site so we can include you in any group email communications sent from Association.

Calendar

Monthly Board Meeting
Saturday, July 31, 2021
11pm
Annual Owner's Meeting
Saturday, August 21, 2021
11am to 12pm
Monthly Board Meeting
Saturday, August 28, 2021
11pm

FAQs

Here are the answer to many of lot owners' Frequently Asked Questions:
 

Keep Your Account Updated

Please let us know when your mailing and/or email addresses change. This will ensure that you receive invoices, voting ballots, etc. in a timely fashion. If you haven't given us an email address yet, you can do so by registering as an owner through this website. Thanks!

News Articles

New Street Signs in Sec 14 & 15 Installed
Posted on May 22nd, 2021
The DCCCLOA has recently installed street signs to the roads in Section 14 and 15. Big shout out to Dennis Imwalle, Doug Stahl and Dennis Murphy for making this happen! 
Dealing with Old & Abandoned Boats
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2021
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has a process for dealing with abandoned boats and motors. It requires that they list the property for six (6) months on their website. This allows the boat to be retitled so it can be disposed of. Check out his TPWD link for more information or contact the GLO between the hours of 8-5 Monday through Friday at (281) 470-6597. 
Plans for New Caranchahua Canal Bridge
Posted on Mar 27th, 2021
Commissioner Pollard has communicated that the County is planning to replace the second canal bridge on Caranchahua in the Fall of 2021. The DCCCLOA Board has been communicating with the County off and on over the past four years about ongoing safety concerns of the bridge, with a more concerted and ongoing effort since the summer of 2020. See plan.
Electronic Invoicing and Credit Card Payments
Posted on Mar 21st, 2021
Want to pay your annual fees by credit card? Register as an owner so we have your email address. It's quick and easy.
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Be a Good Neighbor - Adhere to Deed Restrictions
Posted on Apr 15th, 2020
The DCCCLOA Deed Restrictions were put in place to create a minimum standard and to help ensure that owners are mindful and respectful of the greater community. Please do your part by keeping your lot/s in compliance and by paying your annual maintenance fees each August.
 
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DCCCLOA Board Members

As per the Bylaws, DCCCLOA Board Members are elected at the Annual Member Meeting, held in August each year. Board Members serve for a term of two years and may serve consecutive terms. Officers are elected annually by the Board at its first meeting following the Annual Member Meeting.
 
Current Board Members/Officers
President, Dennis Imwalle
Vice President, Jeff Elder
Treasurer & Secretary, Jennifer Lord
Member, Doug Stahl
Member, Mike Furrh 
Member, Mark Ratliff 
Member, Trish Ratliff
 
Advisory Board Members
Robert Polnick (past president), Ron Siler, Anne Ledet
 
Interested in Joining the Board or Helping out on a Committee?
 
If you have some spare time and are interested in helping your community, please reach out so we can talk to you about becoming a Board member or lending a hand on a specific community project. It's a great way to meet your neighbors!
 
Please complete this Board Interest Information Sheet and return to us by email at dcccloa@gmail.com.

If You See Something - Say Something

Help keep Sargent safe by keeping an eye on your neighborhood and reporting suspicious activity to 911 or the Sheriff - 979-245-5526.
 
If you are concerned about materials being burned, please call the Environmental Complaint Hot line (888-777-3186). This will connect you to the local Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Regional Office where you can file a complaint.

Too Many Signs

Driving through our subdivisions, one can't help but notice all the signage that is appearing to advertise services of all kinds. Please remember that our Deed Restrictions state that there are to be, "no signs, billboards, posters or advertising devices of any character" on DCCCLOA lots except those "customary in connection with the general sale of property in the subdivision." The DCCCLOA Board asks that as we move into the New Year, we take note of this restriction. Let's not take away from the beauty of the area with unnecessary signage. Thank you!