The Lazybrook Civic Club was founded in 1960. The purpose of the Lazybrook Civic Club is to assist in the enforcement of all deed restrictions, oversee maintenance, and advocate for neighborhood functions and improvements that will be conducive to the progress of the community and the wellbeing of its residents. The Civic Club is a completely volunteer-based group, and is a 501(c)(4) non-profit tax-exempt organization.
What We Do
Thanks to our neighborhood volunteers, the Civic Club currently supports the following services and programs, many of which are funded by the annual voluntary dues and donations paid by our residents.
- Enforcement of deed restrictions
- “Citizen Patrol” program through HPD
- Mosquito spraying from April-October
- Landscaping and maintenance of esplanades
- Landscape maintenance along 18th Street and TC Jester Blvd
- Maintenance of neighborhood “Lazybrook” signs
- 5 printed newsletters annually featuring neighborhood info and local advertising
- Lazybrook.org website
- “Yard of the Month” award
- Representation in Super Neighborhood 14 (Lazybrook/Timbergrove)
- Sponsor of “National Night Out” block events in October
- Annual Christmas lighting contest
Where is Lazybrook?
Lazybrook lies within the boundaries of West 18th Street from Ella to 610, 610 to West T.C. Jester, T.C. Jester to Ella Blvd. and on the South side of West 18th the streets of Willowby, Haverhill, Tannehill and Guese off of Ella Blvd.
Use the interactive map below to see information on the the nine different Lazybrook sections, each of which is governed by a different set of deed restrictions. Click on an individual parcel to see public HCAD data.
“Section T” on the map is not legally designated within Lazybrook but is informally included in the Lazybrook Civic Club.
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