Briargate Subdivision is a deed-restricted community governed by a community homeowners association. It is situated in east Ft. Bend County. Briargate Community has grown via continued development over the last 20 years. There are approximately 2350 homes in 14 sections.
The Briargate Community, Sections 1-14 are under the jurisdiction of the Briargate Community Improvement Association (BCIA, herein after referred to as the Association). The Association is a non-profit corporation chartered under the laws of the State of Texas. Homeownership within the BCIA constitutes a mandatory membership in the Association. The Association is governed by the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (the Deed Restrictions) and operates according to the By-Laws of the Association. Each home in the Association may be assessed an annual maintenance fee of $140. Actual assessment for the last 10 years has been at the rate of $120 per year. The Association was formed to support benevolent undertakings of property improvement campaigns, maintenance of common areas, safety, and health campaigns.
The Association is managed by a seven-member Board of Trustees, who are elected from among homeowners in Briargate. The Board of Trustees has fiduciary responsibility of subdivision’s maintenance fees as well as responsibility to ensure the association’s functions are carried out. The Association is also responsible for enforcement and management of deed restrictions governing the exterior maintenance of all homes as well as the Association’s common areas.