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Woodbridge Woodbridge
Woodbridge is a beautifully landscaped community located Southwest of Houston, TX between Old Richmond Road and West Airport off Hwy 6 in Fort Bend County, just 30 minutes from downtown Houston. This quiet neighborhood of 1,249 homes is zoned for Rita Drabek Elementary School, Garcia Middle School, and Kempner High School.
Amenities include:
  • Community Pool
  • Clubhouse
  • Tennis Courts
  • Walking area
  • Four playground areas
Our mission is to help preserve, strengthen, and enrich the quality of life for all homeowners in Woodbridge through:
  • Beautification - creating beauty in our environment for our own enjoyment as well as to protect and enhance the financial investment in our properties
  • Community Awareness - keeping abreast of the news that affects our neighborhood
  • Partnership - working with the County and other community groups on issues facing our neighborhood
  • Safety/Crime Awareness - being vigilant in our neighborhood, and staying informed about activities and threats that could affect our safety
The Woodbridge Community Association is a deed restricted community managed by a Board of Directors, elected by the residents.  Administrative services are provided by Sterling Association Services, Inc.  If you have ideas or suggestions to make this site better, please contact Becky Salinas, Association Manager; askme@woodbridgefortbend.org.
To check if a balance is due, please call Sterling ASI at 832-678-4500 or click here, you will need your account number and password from the introduction letter.
~ New Parking Rules & Regulations ~
New Parking Rules & Regulations to be voted on by the Board of Directors on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 7PM at the Community Clubhouse, please click here to review. 

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~ Trash Service Pick-Up ~
Residents in MUD #119: (NEW TRASH COMPANY)
- Regular pickup on Monday and Thursday 
- Heavy Trash will be every Monday and Thursday
Service begins at 7:00 am in Woodbridge, if a resident misses the collection time, trash will be collected the next service day. 
Click here for additional information from Texas Pride
No trash pickup on New Years Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving or Christmas , click here for Holiday Schedule. 

Residents in KingsBridge MUD: (Best Trash)

- Regular pickup on Tuesday and Friday 
- Heavy Trash will be every Tuesday and Friday
Click here for Trash Information from Best Trash
No trash pickup on Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years Day

~ Community Forum/Alerts ~

Crime Prevention

Below are some tips to help prevent crime in and around your home.  Remember that if we have no crime, our entire subdivision would be safer and our property value will increase.  Being a victim of any type of crime will leave you feeling violated.  Most of the tips below can be done by anyone in your family.

  1. Turn on your lights outside your front door and/or driveway.  Or set these lights on a timer to turn on automatically at night.
  2. Report the street lights that are out in front of your house to CenterPoint by going to the link below.  They will come out to replace the lamps.   https://www.centerpointenergy.com/en-us/residential/customer-service/electric-outage-center/report-streetlight-outages?sa=ho
  3. Make sure all of your doors, windows and garage are locked every night.  Do a perimeter check quarterly to ensure all doors and windows are secure.
  4. Have a deadbolt lock installed on doors with window panes on the door or next to it.  This will help prevent robbers from breaking the window and reaching in and being able to unlock the door and entering your home.  Make sure that you know where a key is located at all times in case of an emergency. 
  5. Make sure your vehicles are locked.  Keep all valuables out of sight and out of the car.  If you park your car outside, do not leave your garage remote in the car.  Leaving the remote in the car will give the intruder access to the interior of your home.
  6. Know your Neighbors.  Share your contact information.  Let your neighbors know in advance if you are traveling.  Keep in mind that you know more about who belongs in and around your neighborhood than the Constable on patrol.  Report anything that looks suspicious.
  7. Sign up for the NextDoor App.  This is a great app that will help keep you posted about what’s going on in and around the neighborhood.
  8. Have an alarm system installed and turn it on.  All alarm manufacturers recommend you to test your alarm system weekly to make sure that signals are being communicated to their monitoring station.  Address and repair any issues that may be causing false alarms.  
  9. Having cameras installed is a great way to deter and fight crime.  There are some DIY cameras such as Nest, Arlo and Ring.  There are also video doorbells (Ring/Nest) that can alert you on your smartphone of any activity in front of your door.  
  10. Hide valuables in a safe.