General Information

The Coles Crossing community is one of our regions premier communities offering the best amenities, schools, shopping, and green space in Northwest Harris County.

This “Master Planned” community is located in the Northwest part of Harris County. Coles Crossing is easy to find, located just off Hwy 290 at Barker Cypress.

The Coles Crossing community is an active, young, and thriving community that offers something to every generation. Construction started in our development in 1998 and continues through this day.

Currently Coles Crossing has approximately 2631 homes ranging from the $250’s to $900’s.

Please continue to tour Coles Crossing through our website and welcome to the “Classic Way of Life” Coles Crossing offers!

Coles Crossing
13050 Barker Cypress
Cypress, Texas 77429
Fax 281-225-9115

Community Center and Pool Rental

Coles Crossing Business Office

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Emergency Numbers
Ambulance, Fire, Sheriff 911
Poison Control 1-800-222-1222

Non-Emergency Numbers
Cy-Fair V.F.D. 281-550-6663
Sheriff 713-221-6000, option 1
Cypress Substation 281-290-2100
Cy-Fair Medical Center 281-890-4285

School Numbers
Sampson Elementary 281-213-1600
Spillane Middle 281-213-1645
Cy-Fair Adm. 281-897-4000
Cy-Woods High. 281-213-1800
Bus Info. 281-897-4380
Cy-Fair College 281-290-3200

Utility Numbers
Entouch 281-225-1000
Telephone, Cable, Internet, Electricity
and Security
SiEnvironmental 832-490-1600
Water & Sewer
CenterPoint Energy 713-659-2111
Gas Customer Service
Power Outages/Downed Power Lines
Best Trash 281-313-2378
Residential Recycling 1-866-516-9805

Misc. Numbers
Animal Control 281-999-3191
Automobile Registration 713-224-1919
Special Pals (Lost Pets) 281-579-7387
Dead Animal Pick-Up 713-755-5000
Department of Public Safety 713-681-6187
Driver’s License 281-890-5440
FBI 713-693-5000
Game Warden 281-842-8100
(Tx. Parks & Wildlife Dept.)
Harris County Judge 713-755-4000
Harris County Precinct 3 281-463-6300
Harris County Tax Office 713-224-1919
(Tags/Titles, Taxes & Voter Registration)
Health Department 713-439-6000
Social Security 1-800-772-1213
U.S. Post Office 1-800-275-8777

Access Buttons

If you just moved in or are in need of additional key fobs to access the Coles Crossing amenities: Tennis Courts, Coles Crossing Fitness Center, Pools

Please fill out the information sheet below and return to the Association at
or drop off at the Community Center, 13050 Barker Cypress, Cypress, TX 77429, Fax: 281-225-9115

If you are Leasing a home in Coles Crossing – To obtain your access button, please call the association office at 281-225-9000. You will be asked to provide a copy of your lease as well as written permission from your landlord authorizing use of Coles Crossing amenities in order to obtain these items.

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The Coles Crossing Community Assocation, Inc.
Association Business Office:
Coles Crossing Community Center
13050 Barker Cypress
Cypress, TX 77429

Hours of Operation:
8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
(closed for lunch from 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.) Monday – Friday
281-225-9115 (Fax)




Our On-site Staff:

Heather Guerrero, Community Manager
Lori Webb, Community Administrator

Our Website:

Our Management Company:
Chaparral Management Company, Inc. (CMCI)
Corporate Office:
281-870-7170 (Fax)

Coles Crossing Community Association, Inc.

Coles Crossing Community Association, Inc. (the “Association”) has been formed as a means of assuring the continued maintenance and upkeep of the community, as well as to provide for the enforcement of deed restrictions and a plan to protect property values.

Coles Crossing is located in Harris County. It is governed by recorded restrictions, which provide for use limitations, and the determination and collection of annual maintenance fees. In addition, the restrictions outline the duties and responsibilities of the Association, as well as each Owner.

Coles Crossing is located in an unincorporated part of Harris County. As such, certain services normally provided by a city are not available unless they are paid for directly and/or incorporated into the maintenance fees. The Association assists in the administration of certain services, if agreed to and deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors managing the Association. Services provided through the Association are not an obligation of the Association; rather, the Association (through its governing documents) has the option to provide them if it so desires. Specific services presently provided through your Association maintenance fee are street lights; general liability insurance (and related insurance as required for physical properties); administration; pool operations for the Recreation Center amenities; landscape maintenance; deed restriction enforcement; utility costs relating to water, sewer, and sprinkler; maintenance and repair of all physical assets; and provision for appropriate reserves for the long-term repair and/or replacement of such assets.

Your Board of Directors has hired a professional community association management firm, Chaparral Management, Inc. (“CMC”), to handle the day-to-day administrative affairs of the Association. CMC provides financial services, billing and receiving of maintenance fees; serves as the central office for the members and records of the Association; inspects the community for deed restriction enforcement; receives and logs all architectural review applications for committee review and approval; and administers all inquiries, and/or concerns of Association members. CMC also serves as the liaison between the Board of Directors and all contractors serving the Association.

Any questions and/or correspondence regarding Coles Crossing Community Association should be sent to:
Coles Crossing Community Association, Inc.
Chaparral Management Company, 13050 Barker Cypress, Cypress, TX 77429
(281) 225-9000

CMC at Coles Crossing’s office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) and closed for lunch from 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. The Association’s contract with CMC does prescribe physical on-site management; its staff is available to assist the Board and residents in the day-to-day operations of the Association.  If the Association Office’s is closed when the Community Administrator is not on-site, please e-mail at on these days if you need assistance.

In the event you note street lights out, you may call Reliant Energy HL&P direct at 713/207-7777. Should you notice the lighting is not operational, please get the pole number off the specific pole when calling it in. All other problems which may not necessarily be visible to CMC during its normal inspections of the community should be reported directly to CMC. A solid working relationship between the Association and CMC will sustain the maintenance of the community.

The Annual Meeting provides each member the opportunity to become involved in the operations of the community, as well as to acquaint him/herself with directors and other members.

Members in Good Standing:
In order to maintain a good standing with your Association, maintenance fees must be paid on time each year, and the owner’s property should not be in violation of the rules, regulations and/or deed restrictions. Maintenance fee billings are issued each year in advance of the due date of January 1st, to provide the Owner a statement of the fees due.

Deed Restrictions:
Each Owner (and/or his tenant) has agreed to abide by the recorded deed restrictions as a result of the purchase of the property. The deed restrictions run with the land and compliance with them is the obligation of each Owner. In the event a tenant resides on the property, the Owner remains responsible for any and all actions of their tenant. An inspection of the community is performed routinely for the purpose of noting any violations that are visible. The enforcement procedures for deed restriction violations are outlined through a policy adopted by the Board of Directors. The Association is committed to the enforcement of the deed restrictions for the benefit of enhancement of quality of life, as well as the protection of property values. Should you encounter any problems with deed restrictions, please take the time to write a letter regarding the situation to CMC at the above address.

Coles Crossing CAI Board of Directors 2016 – 2017

Nathan Hurt – President
George Valdez –
Vice President
Mike Owens – Vice President
Ralph Ellis – Treasurer
Ronnie Lopez – Secretary

Committee Chairpersons:
Asset Repair and Community Maintenance Committee – Chair Position Open
Block Captain Committee – Maureen Myers, Chair
Coles Crossing Fitness Center – Mary Anne Heckman, Chair
Communications Committee – Mary Anne Heckman, Chair
Community Center Committee – Letty Fischler, Chair
Gated Section Committee – Letty Fischler, Chair
Lakes Committee – Chair Position Open
Landscape Committee – Don Richards, Chair
Pools Committee – Megan Bradley, Chair
Safety Committee – Ronald Lopez, Chair
Special Events Committee – Open Chair Position
Tennis Committee – Joan Daly, Chair
Welcome Committee – Erin Coren, Chair

Annual Assessments
Annual assessments for the Coles Crossing Community Association, Inc. are established by the Board of Directors of the Association. Additional information is available that shows how annual assessments are allocated for various services and expenses. For more information, please call the Association Office at 281-225-9000 or e-mail at

Coles Crossing, Cypress, Texas

Tucked into the wooded backdrop of Northwest Houston, Coles Crossing has created a warm family environment since 1998. Conveniently located at the junction of US Highway 290 and Barker Cypress Road, the neighborhood is close to many alternate access routes, like FM 1960, Loop 610, Grand Parkway 99, Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Parkway), to keep residents connected to their city. A master-planned community focused on preserving the natural environment, Coles Crossing offers 2,630 single-family home sites, as well as commercial and multi-family sites, nestled in 1,500 acres of forested land.

Coles Crossing showcases a wide selection single-family homes ranging from the moderately priced mid $250s to exclusive estate homes on lots one-half acre or larger in size ranging in price
from the $450s to the high $900s. All homes in Coles Crossing abound with extra touches fromquaint cottage architecture to traditional designs with stucco, stone and brick exteriors, front porches, tapered columns and dramatic two-story ceilings, sunrooms and French doors, to wrought iron staircases, opera balconies, wine cellars, and even European-style auto courts.

Residents of Coles Crossing purchase more than just a good home, they also enjoy a host of amenities like 175 acres of recreational facilities, neighborhood patrols and backdoor garbage pick-up. The numerous recreation areas feature sports practice fields, a freeform swimming pool with fountains and “lazy river” water feature, lighted tennis courts, an indoor fitness center, and fishing ponds. Sprinkled throughout the neighborhood are parks, playgrounds and miles of greenbelt trails in addition to a 56-acre Nature Park along Cypress Creek with 2.5-mile nature trail.

Coles Crossing residents benefit from convenient shopping including a “brand new” HEB, Randalls, Wal-Mart, Luby’s, and countless other retailers and restaurants!  Coles Crossing offers a real variety of commercial shops and services.

As part of Cy-Fair I.S.D., “Texas’ largest ‘recognized’ district,” Coles Crossings students attend Sampson Elementary, Goodson Middle School, and Cy-Woods High School. Also available are two branches of Cy-Fair College located in close proximity.

A community of neighbors, Coles Crossing offers a wide variety of activities for residents year-round, from summer concerts and Labor Day picnics to the annual Fall Festival, Christmas at the North Pole, Horse Drawn Carriage Rides to view holiday lights, and many other events, we call them “Coles Crossing Family Traditions”  The family environment from competition swimming to old-fashioned block parties makes Coles Crossing a unique atmosphere that always keeps community in mind.

En-Touch Systems • • 281-225-1000

While Coles Crossing residents are free to choose their providers for telephone, digital cable TV, high-speed Internet access and other services when these come available, Coles Crossing is proud to be one of the first master-planned communities in the nation to offer convenient, competitively priced bundled technologies.

Over 90% of Coles Crossing residents subscribe to at least one service from Coles Technologies, our bundled technology provider.

En-Touch services include local and long-distance telephone, digital cable television, high-speed Internet access and monitored home alarm services. As a facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC), En-Touch designs, builds and operates hybrid fiber optic service networks in the communities it serves.

For a complete list of products, services and rates from Coles Technologies, please visit their website at

En-Touch is the Coles Crossing preferred vendor for these services and supports Coles Crossing in many ways!

Notice Specific to Documents Available on this Website
The Coles Crossing Community Assn, Inc. (CCCAI) makes no representations about the suitability of the information contained in the documents and related graphics published on this website for any purpose. All such documents and related graphics are provided “as is” without warranty of any kind.  CCCAI hereby disclaim all warranties and conditions with regard to this information, including all implied warranties and conditions of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title and non-infringement. In no event shall the CCCAI be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortuous action, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of information available from this website.

The documents and related graphics published on this website could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically added to the information herein. The CCCAI may make improvements and/or changes in the document(s) and/or the program(s) described herein at any time.

Links to Third Party Sites
The links contained within this site will let you leave CCCAI website. The linked sites are not under the control of the CCCAI. The CCCAI is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any link contained in a linked site. The CCCAI is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by the CCCAI of the site.

Notices Regarding Official Logos and Trademarks
Logos and all Original Graphics are protected by Copyright; none of these images may be used in any form whatsoever without the expressed written consent of their respective owner(s).

All CCCAI email addresses whether visibly published as a contact address or programmed into the functionality of this site as the recipient of a web form, are provided and maintained by the CCCAI and are solely for the official use of the employees, departments and or agencies of the CCCAI. They may not be bought, sold, leased or used for any non-official communication.

We will never sell, rent, or give your name or address to anyone. Coles Crossing is committed to your privacy. We recognize your need for reasonable control of personally identifiable information that you share with us. Coles Crossing will never share this information with others.

Coles Crossing respects your privacy. Coles Crossing does not sell, rent, or give any identifiable personal information regarding its residents to any third party. Any information that you give to us is held with the utmost care and security.

You will never receive any unwanted email or postal mail as a result of information you have given to Coles Crossing.

We respect your email privacy, and you will never receive unwanted email messages.

Coles Crossing welcomes your questions and comments about privacy.