IN PERSON/MAIL: 950 S. Fry Rd. | Katy, TX 77450 | 281-599-0098 /              1-855-599-0098 voice | 281-599-0660 fax

HOURS of OPERATION:  9-4:30 p.m.  Monday through Thursday, 9-12 Friday,  Lunch is taken from 12-1, and if there is no answer on the telephone, we are either on another call or out on properties.

 MILL CREEK LANDING IS HOLDING THEIR GARAGE SALE ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017 FROM 8AM TO 2PM.  Mill Creek Lane, N Mill Dr, Mill Bend Ct, Daniel, Mill Circle.  Magnolia, TX  77354

 

 

The CCF Section 12 Garage Sale has been postponed until OCTOBER 7, 2017


Magnolia Property Management has set up a GoFundMe page to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey in the community they manage.  MPM is paying the taxes on the money that is collected and also any processing fees, so MPM is giving 100% to those that qualify.

 

Please give:   gofundme.com/MagnoliaGives

 

 

Who do I call? A list of resources for counties in the Houston area
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Graphic: Debris Removal Guidelines - English

Debris Removal Guidelines.
In efforts to expedite the debris removal process, please follow these rules.
Debris should be placed curbside (within 10 feet from the street; no pickup will occur of debris immediately in front of homes or on lawns). Debris should not block roadway.
Placing debris near or on tress, poles or other structures makes removal difficult. This includes fire hydrants and meters.
Debris separation:
Please separate debris into the six categories, shown below:
Electronics: television, computer, stereo, phone, DVD player.
Large appliances: refrigerator, washer/dryer, air conditioner, stove, water heater, dishwasher. (Do not leave doors unsealed or unsecured.)
Hazardous waste: oil, battery, pesticide, paint, cleaning supplies, compressed gas.
Vegetative debris: tree branches, leaves, logs, plants.
Construction debris: building materials, drywall, lumber, carpet, furniture, plumbing.
Household garbage: bagged garbage, discarded food, paper, packaging.
Published with permission of the Tuscaloosa News.