Trash Service Update – January 4, 2022

Dear valued customer,

Our crews are working hard to complete today’s routes; however, we are experiencing some delays. Should we not be able to service you before the end of the day, we will service you tomorrow.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, and feel free to contact our customer service department with any questions or concerns.

Texas Pride Disposal
Phone: (281) 342-8178
Monday – Thursday, 8:00-5:00; Friday, 8:00-4:00; Saturday, 9:00-Noon
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com

Texas Pride Disposal 2021 Holiday Schedule & Tips

Happy holidays to our Texas Pride Disposal family! We wish everyone a happy holiday season. Please see our holiday schedule and tips below.

Holiday Schedule

Texas Pride Disposal
Phone: (281) 342-8178
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com

Christmas Services
  • Friday, December 24th: Regular collection provided.
  • Office is closed Friday, December 24th and Saturday, December 25th.
New Year’s Services
  • Friday, December 31st: Regular collection provided.
  • Office is closed Friday, December 31st and Saturday, January 1st.

Holiday Tips

With excess volume being produced this time of year, we encourage residents to minimize their waste in the following ways:

  • Heavy Trash: Please minimize heavy trash when possible, especially between 12/28 and 1/8.
  • Cardboard: Please flatten boxes to expedite collection and minimize space.
  • Yard Waste: Please mulch grass and leaves when possible. Leaves are one of the best natural fertilizers and mulches you can place in your garden.
  • Recyclables: Recycle as much as possible, including all of your paper, gift wrap, cardboard, gift boxes, waxboard containers, glass bottles and jars, metal cans and containers, and rigid plastics.
  • Place excess recycle in containers clearly labeled recycle, paper bag, or boxes.
  • Clearly separate your trash from recycle to avoid confusion between crews.

Cypress Forest PUD Trash Collection – November 30th

Dear valued customer,

Our crews are working hard to complete today’s routes; however, we are experiencing some delays. Should we not be able to service you before the end of the day, we will service you tomorrow.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, and feel free to contact our customer service department with any questions or concerns.

Texas Pride Disposal
(281) 342-8178
service@texaspridedisposal.com

Cypress Forest PUD Trash Service Update – September 28, 2021

Dear valued customer,

Our crews are working hard to complete today’s trash routes; however, we are experiencing some delays. Should we not be able to service you before the end of the day, we will service you tomorrow.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, and feel free to contact our customer service department with any questions or concerns.

Thanks,
Texas Pride Disposal
Phone: (281) 342-8178 ( Monday – Thursday, 8:00-5:00; Friday, 8:00-4:00; Saturday, 9:00-Noon )
Email: service@texaspridedisposal.com
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Cypress Forest PUD Trash Service – September 21, 2021

Our crews are working hard to complete today’s trash routes; however, we are experiencing some delays. Should we not be able to service you before the end of the day, we will service you tomorrow.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience, and feel free to contact our customer service department with any questions or concerns.

Thanks,
Texas Pride Disposal

Raveneaux Demolition Begins September 14th, 2021

The demolition will prevent any additional vandalism and unlawful entry onsite. For safety reasons, the Flood Control District asks that the public stay away from the demolition site. Cherry Construction, a demolition contractor for the Flood Control District, expect to demolish the building in five days and up to three months to haul away and finish the project, which includes removing the parking lot and the pool maintenance building. The Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts and Equipment Barn will remain, and of course, our Water Plant with its access road will remain.

The demolition will be completed using standard construction equipment, including excavators, loaders and bulldozers. There will be noise and dust. All material will be hauled off using the property most western entrance on Cypresswood Drive. The trucks will then head westward toward Cutten Road to avoid most of the subdivision’s homes. The PUD will inform you about work hours when they are made available to us, but it’s possible that Saturdays will be on the schedule.

In January 2020, the Flood Control District purchased 27.6 acres of land, while Cypress Forest PUD retains 258. Negotiations continue to exchange land between us, so we can improve the ambience and the quality of life for our community that you supported when we originally purchased the land in 2011, as well as reduce flooding in the area. Your PUD Board thinks this is the first step of reinvigorating the neighborhood.

Click here to read press release.

Raveneaux Club House Demolition

The Harris County Flood Control District (HCFCD) acquired “the 27 acres” from the Raveneaux CC owners last year. That property includes the club house, parking lots, swimming pool, tennis courts, driving range, etc. The PUD continues to negotiate with HCFCD for a possible land swap, and there are ongoing discussions with a potential new golf operator. All of these discussions have led to the conclusion that there is no interest in or future potential with the current large club house or parking lot. Consequently, HCFCD is proceeding with plans to remove the club house and the parking lot. Note that the swimming pool and tennis courts will not be removed.

HCFCD has engaged Cherry Demolition Services as their contractor for this demolition. They have started to move equipment to the site and are performing a variety of salvage and utility preparation procedures. HCFCD is also working with state and county agencies to obtain the necessary approvals. HCFCD states that “There is no scheduled date for demolition at this time due to outstanding items and coordination that need to occur first. Once all outstanding items have been completed and all coordination has occurred, then a new 10-day notice with the State will occur and thus a demolition date will be identified.” HCFCD estimates that once they get started it will take five days to get the main building down and two to three months for a finished product.

The PUD will provide an update once a demolition start date has been identified.