Community Involvement

We believe that there’s a place for everyone to get involved in our community, whether you’re interested in leading as a board member, helping out on a committee or just getting to know your neighbors. Taking the time to get invested in where you live allows you to put down roots, serve the community and build lasting friendships with people nearby.

As an association resident, there are a variety of ways to stay informed about the latest information, local events and changes within our community. With a monthly newsletter, a website such as this one, community marquees, TownSq announcements and email communication from our management company, you can stay up-to-date with the click of a mouse or a quick read of community communications.

Our HOA Board prepares and distributes a monthly community newsletter as well as periodic emails. If you are not receiving these communications, please ensure we have your correct address and email in TownSq. 

We also have a Longwood Village HOA Facebook page which is used to disseminate information and announce calendar events. There are also several helpful community-based FB pages.

For better communication we kindly ask all of our residents to sign up with the TownSq app


If you would like to get involved, please let us know. We will get you plugged into a committee in your area of interest. 

  • Events & Activities
  • Communication (Cardinal, TownSq, Directory, etc.)
  • Grounds  (Beds, Fences, Pond, Trees, etc. )
  • Neighborhood Reps / Block Captains
  • Parks & Playgrounds
  • Playgroups
  • Pools
  • Safety
  • Tennis

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TownSq is the official HOA contact information system for our community. We ask that residents keep their profile and email updated. To update, login and click on your name in the upper right corner.  Select Edit Profile and make appropriate changes.

Pet Questions? 

Lost a Pet? Found an Animal? Please check NextDoor Longwood. The pet lovers community is very active and helpful.

Hurricane Preparedness

Hurricane Season runs from June 1 through November 30

Helpful Harris County Links 
Includes links to CenterPoint outages, Harris County Flood Control, TranStar for monitoring traffic, mosquito control, rainfall totals, printable emergency essentials kit list, sign up for emergency alerts.

Reserve Your Ride to Safety in Advance...Call 2-1-1

  • If you live in a hurricane evacuation zone and you will need assistance to get out before the storm,
  • If you have a disability or special health care need and require assistance to get out,
  • If you cannot drive and cannot arrange transportation, or
  • If you do not have a vehicle and you have no one else to help you evacuate.

Harris County Library has many links to FEMA documents and resources.
From AARP: A “Go” Bag Can Make All the Difference in an Emergency


Emergencies  - 911

EMS - Cy-Creek Emergency Services  - 281.440.9650

Harris County Sheriff - 713.221.6000

Constable - 281.376.3472

Texas Highway Patrol - 713.899.4571

Fire - Cy-Creek VFD

   11900 Cypress N. Houston Rd VFD#22 - 281.894.0151

   12214 Grant Rd VFD#21 - 281.894.0151

   11827 Telge Road VFD#3 - 281.373.5106

Streetlights Out - Centerpoint

Poison Control - 713.654.1701

Ambulance  - 713.466.6161

Precinct 3 - Comm. Tom Ramsey's office - 281.463.6300

   Report Missing Street/Stop Signs (South of Little Cypress Creek)


Precinct 4 - Comm. Lesley Brione office - 713.755.6444

   Report Missing Street/Stop Signs (North of Little Cypress Creek)


Harris County Departments

Flood Control - 713.684.4000

Health Department  - 713.439.6000

Graffiti Hotline - 713.437.6833

Maintenance - 281.353.8424


Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) - 281.497.0591

Harris County Animal Control - 281.999.3191

Houston SPCA  - 713.869.7722

Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation - 713.468.8972