Community Information

Barrington Place HOA 2021 Pool Season

Access to the pool will be available to all Barrington Place residents that are current with their HOA dues and have completed the pool registration form and Pool Use Agreement and Waiver. No Owner/Resident of the Barrington Place Homeowners’ Association shall be allowed to enter the pool area unless each and every patron has a current 2021 Photo ID Card issued by the BPHOA. Each pool ID card will be validated each year once criteria noted above is verified. Additional cards or lost pool ID card replacements may be purchased for $1.50 each. Please complete and return the attached pool registration form and Pool Use Agreement and Waiver for processing.

To obtain a 2021 pool ID card, please return the registration form and Pool Use Agreement and Waiver. To complete the registration form and waiver electronically, please download the fillable PDF. Make sure to complete the registration form AND the waiver. You can return the form by email to or simply attach your completed form to a General Request on TownSq -

You also have the option to drop off or mail your form to 945 Eldridge Rd. Sugar Land, TX 77478; or fax to 713-776-1777.

Pool Registration Application

2022 Pool Schedule
Pool Rules

If any homeowner would like to rent the clubhouse contact: Veronica Navarrete with MASC Austin Properties, Inc., (713) 776-1771. All reservations must be made between the hours of 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Clubhouse rental fees are $50 per hour (cash only) with a minimum of four hours rental.

Booking fee of $25 (cash only)
Rental deposit of $250 (cash or cashier check only).

For further information, click here for the Clubhouse Rental Agreement.

Trash Information

Heavy trash day is the 1st Monday of the Month
Garbage - Monday/Thursday
Recycle - Monday; Green Waste - Monday;
Republic Services: 713-726-7307  

Crime Map
To view the crime map or sign up for email alerts, visit Community Crime Map. Look for the "Sign up for crime alerts" button to sign up for email notifications.

Crime Prevention Officer
BEAT 1. Officer Reid attends the monthly HOA meetings.  Have a question or concern? ​Call 281-275-2578

Barrington Place Elementary - 281-634-4040
Sugar Land Middle School - 281-634-3080
Kempner High School - 281-634-2300

Important Numbers
Please click here for a list of important numbers. 

Emergency Notification System
Sugar Land is committed to keeping residents safe and informed. The emergency alert system is a communication service available to all Sugar Land residents to receive emergency alerts and city notifications. All residents are encouraged to sign up. Once a subscriber, you will have the ability to customize subscription preferences. Notifications are available via email, text, and/or phone.

Examples of emergency alerts can include:

Anticipated Water or Sewer Interruptions 
Changes in solid waste schedules
City Service Interruption/Change
Drought Contingency Plan Changes
Scheduled or Anticipated Power Outages
Scheduled Road Closure
Street/Sidewalk Construction

To sign up, log on to: By accessing the link, you will be leaving the HOA website. You are encouraged to read and evaluate the privacy and security policies of the site which you are entering, which may be different than those of ours.

BMV Prevention

Dear Residents,
The Sugar Land Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind you that unfortunately, crime has no address and can occur anywhere.  Please take a moment to go over the following tips and remember that you should always play an active role in your own security.
Lock your doors:
While this may seem simple, up to a quarter of vehicle thefts are from unlocked cars.  Even if you’re running into the store for a second or into the house to grab a forgotten item, that is too long to leave your vehicle’s contents unsecured.  By simply locking the door, you will deter those who might just be walking by or waiting for an opportunity to take your valuables.
Keep it tidy:
Almost any personal item that is visible from the outside, whether it be an empty gym bag, child’s backpack or sunglasses, could be seen as valuable to a thief.  Thieves don’t care that it will cost you $200+ to replace your window; they will break it to gain access to your items!  Even if you have an SUV that leaves your cargo area open, consider getting a cover.  Most vehicles can be retrofitted with inexpensive retractable covers to help keep items out of view.
Conceal the evidence:
Don’t leave any bait for the thieves; hide your electronics, sunglasses, etc., in the center console or glove-box.  The accessories that go along with your electronics (power cords, ipod adaptors, windshield suction cups, etc.) are evidence to a thief that you may have valuables hidden in the car.  Remove the evidence.
Stash before—not after—you park
Thieves are known to sit in parking lots, watching and waiting. Get in the habit of placing any valuables in the trunk before you leave for your destination, rather than placing them there upon arrival.  If a thief sees you place your laptop bag, purse or shopping bags in the trunk, they will simply wait until you walk away to break in and steal your items.
Completely close windows and sunroofs
Not only does it allow for easy access for thieves to reach into your vehicle, but an open window will disable the pressure sensor in some car alarms, leaving the vehicle more vulnerable to break-in and potentially giving thieves more time before an alarm sounds.
Get an Alarm
The noise alone may be enough to scare away an inexperienced thief.  This may seem self-evident, but if you have an alarm… don’t forget to set it!!!  It only takes a millisecond to disarm it with your remote, so there really is no excuse not to use it.
Officer Reid
Crime Prevention Officer
(281) 275-2578