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Do you have questions regarding recommended drainage procedures? Then please take a minute to review the document below. Hopefully, it helps!
Update - New Caranchahua Canal Bridge & Paving of Marlin Drive
Posted on Jul 30th, 2022
A notice posted at the Sargent Post Office confirms that Matagorda County is requesting the release of awarded Block Grant funds ($1.3M) to be used to:
-  Re-claim existing roadway and stabilize with concrete, limestone base, roadway prime coat and 2-course seal coat and shall complete all associated appurtenances on Marlin Drive from Barracuda Street to Albacore Street. If additional funds allow, project activities will continue on Marlin Drive from Barracuda to Sand Dollar Street.
-  Remove the existing bridge and install a new concrete bridge on Carranchahua. See plan.
This is very exciting news. Stay tuned!
DCCCLOA Board Meetings
Posted on Mar 20th, 2022 Comments (0)
The Board includes a Zoom option for its meetings when possible (not possible when the meeting is held outside.) This should allow more DCCCLOA owners to participate on a regular basis. Log in information and meeting agendas will continue to be posted on the website Calendar and an email will be sent to all owners that have registered on this website.
The Board meeting will be held in a conference room at the Sargent Library (20305 FM 457) until further notice. 
The DCCCLOA Board meets on the last Saturday of each month (no meetings are held in November and December.)
We look forward to having more owners participate!
Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
Posted on Feb 7th, 2022
We thought owners would be interested in reading the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance that was adopted by the Matagorda County Commissioners in December 2020. Its stated purpose is to promote the public health, safety and general welfare and to minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions in flood prone areas. This ordinance particularly applies to new construction and structures being substantially improved (damage or repairs exceed 50% of the market value of the structure). Section F(9) deals with Recreational Vehicles in coastal high hazard areas, of which the DCCCLOA is a part of and specifically mentioned.
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.