Hunters Glen. A Great Place to Live in Missouri City, Texas
Hunters Glen
Welcome
 
   

We are a family oriented mature community located in Missouri City, Texas.  We are adjacent to Missouri City's City Hall and are in proximity to several major thoroughfares such as Hwy 90A, Beltway 8, Hwy 6, Fort Bend Tollway, and US Hwy 59.  We are located in the Fort Bend Independent School District and Blue Ridge West Mud District.  Amenities within our community include a clubhouse, pools, tennis court, playground, and basketball court. 

 
~ News ~
          
 
Annual Assessment Fees
Please contact Austin Properties regarding payment information. 
Austin Properties
945 Eldridge Road
Sugar Land, TX  77478
(713) 776-1771
Annual assessment payments are due on or before January 31, 2021.
 
=
EVERYBODY, SOMEBODY, ANYBODY AND NOBODY
This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody
 
There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn't do it.
It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have done.
 
ANNUAL MEETING
Hunters Glen Association Annual meeting is canceled until further notice due to COVID 19 pandemic and group/gathering regulations and for the safety of our neighbors. 
 
Please review the community Architectural Guidelines before making changes to your home.   Click here for guidelines and application
 
        

~ Health and Wellness ~
Causes of Mental Illness
There is no single cause for mental illness, and no one is to blame when someone is experiencing a mental illness. Often, it’s a complex interplay of many factors that contribute to a person becoming mentally ill.
Mental illnesses are thought to be triggered by:   A chemical imbalance in the brain; Genetics;
Psychological and social factors such as a traumatic life event.
 
Brain Chemistry - A chemical imbalance in the brain is caused by an imbalance of neurotransmitters which can lead to symptoms such as depression, anxiety, or stress reactions. We are all at-risk for changes in our brains’ chemistry. Recognizing these changes is an important part of treatment and the return to health.
 
Biological factors, including the following, can also affect the brain’s chemistry and the onset of a mental illness:  Pre-natal damage; Birth trauma; Viral infection; Faulty brain chemistry.
 
Genetics
Most mental illnesses are more common among close family members, which suggests that genetics plays a role too. People, however, don’t inherit the illness itself. They just inherit the tendency to get it.
 
Psychological and Social Factors
Psychological and social factors are also major contributors to mental health, and negative experiences within our family or social circle can have a huge impact on our ability to cope and our tendency to become mentally ill. It is commonly thought that mental illness can be triggered by a traumatic life event or situation and/or prolonged stress. Some examples are as follows:  Lack of support from relationships;
Child abuse and neglect; Family violence; Severe or prolonged stress; Unemployment; Major changes in life.
 
Your emotional health comes from a combination of your attitudes, personality, support systems, and brain chemistry. Positive attitudes and healthy lifestyle choices may help us through many of life’s difficulties. A good support system of family and friends is also valuable during challenging times. But a mental illness can affect even the most upbeat, “can-do,” well-adjusted person, just as a physical illness can affect those who are diligent about their physical health.

~ Announcements ~

  

Monthly HOA Meetings

Hunters Glen Association monthly community meetings are currently canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Board is researching alternative methods for community meetings that would agree with the mandated social distancing and other orders currently in place.  

 

Community Pool and Playground

Our community common areas (pool, playground, clubhouse, etc) are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and mandated state and local government ordinances.  

 

 


~ See Click Fix ~
Looking to get things fixed in your neighborhood. Check out See Click Fix by clicking the link below. 
 
 

 
~ Building a Better Community ~

~ Survey ~
Please login to view this area.

 
 
 
© Copyright 2021 Hunters Glen | Condo Website by HOA Sites | Terms of Use | Admin