The Ponderosa Forest Civic Association Welcomes You To Ponderosa Forest!
History and Design
Ponderosa Forest is a deed-restricted, master planned community developed in the late 1960s through the 1980s in multiple phases. It was built as one of the first subdivisions in the vicinity of FM 1960, pre-dating Olde Oaks and Greenwood Forest and sharing common master planning and architectural characteristics.
The subdivision is typically described as stable, established and upscale. Along with other neighborhoods featuring custom built homes in the vicinity, Ponderosa Forest is often referred to as the “River Oaks of North Houston.”
Ponderosa Forest is heavily wooded and well maintained. Houses are sited on generous lots with mature native pine and oak trees. During the initial stages of land development, substantial areas of native woodland forest were reserved. The majority of homes in Ponderosa were custom designed and well appointed. Architectural styles reflect predominant suburban vernaculars of the early to mid-1970s including Georgian Colonial, English Tudor, French Colonial and Contemporary.
After you register, you can check out all of the features on our website including news, photos in the photo gallery, add your pets to the Pet Registry, or take a survey.
Click the animated fireworks image to see photos from the PFCA 4th Of July 2014 celebration in the park
Ponderosa Forest Yards of the Month
The Garden Club recognizes homeowners with outstanding yards.The Ponderosa Civic Association decided to recognize additional homes with beautiful yards because there are so many nice landscapes in our neighborhood. Click Here For The July 2014 Yards Of The Month
Click Here To View Found Pets / Click Here To View Lost Pets (Note: until a lost pet is reported the link to Lost Pets remains non-functional)
In order to be more environmentally conscientious, Ponderosa Forest provides bins for residents wishing to recycle clean paper, cardboard, plastic and aluminum. Our community recycle bins are located behind the PFUD facility on Anvil. It's easy and convenient to pitch in to help preserve our environment by disposing your recyclable materials in the marked green containers.
(Sorry, no glass or tin products are accepted at this time)
If you notice a property in Ponderosa Forest that needs attention and appears to be outside the bounds of our deed restrictions, please don’t hesitate to contact the respective home owners associations and bring the issues to their attention. The HOAs are responsible for enforcing the standards of our neighborhood. We all need to be diligent to help ensure our neighborhood is well maintained and remains a safe and attractive place to live. Click here for HOA contact information
To report a street light outage call 713.207.2222 or 800.332.7143 (select prompt 5).You will need to know an address near the outage or you can make a note of the six digit pole number on the light pole (located at eye level on the side of the pole that does not face the street).