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About White Oak Landing

White Oak Landing brings many advantages to its residents.

  • Community Layout!
  • Safe community.
  • Quiet Streets - no through traffic.
  • Sidewalks enable residents to take walks, jog, or ride their bikes safely, free of traffic worries.

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White Oak Landing Community Improvement Association, Inc.

2017 Season Pool Newsletter                   Click here to Download this as a printable

Welcome to the White Oak Landing pool.  On behalf of the WOL Board of Directors, we wish you a fun-filled summer season here and hope that you will enjoy a safe and relaxing visit to the neighborhood pool open for all our homeowners and their immediate families that are current on assessments.  Enjoy our newly sealed deck surface, new lounge chairs, life-guard towers, and new pool management company!

Please take a few minutes to read this newsletter.  In it you will find the pool opening hours, NEW contact information and a few important rules and reminders.  With your support we are confident that the 2017 swim season will be enjoyable for everyone. 

New Pool Access Wristbands

Due to the success of the wrist band models we are continuing with the bands instead of the tag system.  Wrist bands will be issued to homeowners and children age 10 and older who reside full-time in the neighborhood.

The bands are bright green, and are numbered. To enter the pool area your wrist band must be visible on your arm.  There are no exceptions.  Please take care of your wristband.  It must be opened and closed using the knob and button holes.  Do not rip or remove it from your arm without first undoing the button closure.  If you have any difficulty, please ask for assistance from the lifeguards.

Replacements for lost or damaged bands will be available from PCMI (our management company) for a small fee of $3.00 each via US Mail, or picked up in person at Planned Community Management, Inc. (PCMI) 2002 West Grand Parkway North, Suite 100 (Northeast corner of Franz and the Grand Parkway), Katy, TX 77449 after May 25, 2017.

and Guest Procedures

Anyone who wants to enter the pool area must do the following:

Obtain and wear a 2017 wrist band.

Sign in with your full name, band number, and emergency contact phone number.

Residents age 10 and older, with a valid band, may enter the pool without a legal guardian only if the pool sign-in sheet is fully completed, including the emergency contact number.

Residents under age 10 must be accompanied by a responsible guardian who is at least 18 years old.

Adults and children are allowed one (1) guest each. (Guests will be issued a wristband by the lifeguard to be returned before leaving)

Safety Reminders

Parents and guardians must closely supervise their children at all times.

Do not dive in areas marked “NO DIVING”.

No smoking and no alcohol inside the pool fence.

Horseplay, running and foul language is not allowed.  The lifeguards will ask you to leave the area if you cannot follow these rules.

Any play must be conducted at the playground or in the grassy area behind the palm trees.

Children are not allowed to play with or around the main drain at the base of the pool. Suction can be very powerful and we want to make sure our swimmers are safe.

The safety of the children in the baby pool is the responsibility of the parents or guardians. The lifeguards will enforce the pool rules throughout the facility, and children who cannot swim must have an adult within arm’s reach at all times.  The same rule applies even if the child is wearing a flotation device.

Define a safe zone for your children where they can always touch the bottom.

Access rules to the facility will be enforced and it is the responsibility of each member to understand and follow them.  It is an awkward and uncomfortable situation for everyone involved when a lifeguard must ask a member to go back home to get the appropriate pool band.


White Oak Landing Community Improvement Association, Inc.

2017 Pool Season Schedule

Hours of Operation:  

The pool is planned to be open during the following hours.  This is subject to change due to weather, and may be adjusted, if needed.


Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Sunday   12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Monday   Closed 

Tuesday   10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Wednesday   10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Thursday   10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Friday   10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 

Holidays   10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 


Pool is open Weekends and Holidays only during the following dates: 

May 27 through June 2 and August 21 through September 4.


Your pool management company is:

Aquatic Management of Houston



Your neighborhood management company is:  (NEW LOCATION as of MAY 2016)

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Melissa Klak

Community Manager

2002 West Grand Parkway North, Suite 100

(Northeast corner of Franz and the Grand Parkway)

Katy, TX 77449

Office: 281-870-0585

Fax: 281-870-9170

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In order to access the pool facility you must wear your pool wrist band and be current on all dues and assessments.  Homeowners that are in good standing with the association may reserve the pool area after hours by contacting Aquatic Management of Houston directly at the number above.


AMH Contract Appendix G:  Swimming instruction may be provided by AMH Company for Customer’s members only.  Instruction shall be given by a qualified individual, while not on duty as a lifeguard.  AMH Company shall have exclusive rights to swimming lessons at Customer’s pool during the term of the Agreement.

Your Community Pool is a unique resource. Caution and water safety is paramount in importance. Always give your undivided attention to you loved ones and look out for others.  Thank you!

Those members of your community who do that big extra!  


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Here are messages from neighbors regarding this list:

Nathan Gaskill - Neighborhood Watch  10/7/99

I would like to see more of the neighbors in White Oak Landing join this free service. It is a great way for all of us to communicate to each other to voice our concerns, make our neighborhood a better place and get better acquainted. Not all of us can attend the various meetings all the time. The newsletter does an excellent job keeping us informed about what is going on, but, that is not enough!!! Join today and let's TALK!! 


Stewart Angst - Neighborhood Watch - Glenda Kay Block Captain 1/23/05

This is a great example of how we can have some control over our neighborhood.  I have now been here about 6 1/2 years and I can NOT believe we are only at 75 people on our email Yahoo Group list.  It is a GREAT communication tool, and it really is not JUNK email.  I don't know why so many people are so concerned about junk emails that they won't join the WOL list.  It should be important enough to any neighbor that they should be willing to register and start following the few emails that come across on the email list!


Why join our email list?

To make communication with our neighbors easier and faster. Without an email list, each of us would have to collect the email addresses of our neighbors & keep them up to date if we wanted to have email discussions about the neighborhood.


How does a list work?

Anyone on the list can send one copy of a message, for example a question about when to fertilize a lawn. The list will then send one copy of this message to everyone who has signed up for the list.


Who will be on the list?

This will be a restricted list. That means that only the people approved by the list owner can send or receive messages via this list. All residents who ask to be added to the list will be added. However, any participant who abuses the list will be removed. (See below for descriptions of such abuse.) Because no one except White Oak Landing residents will be on this list, no junk mail will come to you via this list.


What sort of messages would be appropriate for this list?

Only messages of potential interest to all of our neighbors will be allowed on this list. Examples of appropriate topics might include:

  • an announcement of a White Oak Landing Home Owners Association event 
  • a request for a recommendation for a good insulation contractor 
  • an announcement that a teenager has gone into the baby-sitting or lawn mowing business 


What sort of messages will NOT be tolerated on this list?

Advertisements of non-neighbor interest or abuses. Abuses of the list include:

  • messages that are not of potential interest to everyone in the neighborhood
  • use of foul or offensive language
  • argumentative or accusatory messages directed at any neighor
  • Jokes - no jokes are to be sent via this list. (I love jokes, but my email accounts are choked up with them already.)

As soon as any abuses are noticed, abusers of the list will be removed. 


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