Glen Laurel Homeowners
Welcome to Glen Laurel
Board of Directors:
President - Lydia Rosenthal
Vice-President - John Clarke
Treasurer/Secretary - Mark Johnson
Click here to send an email to Glen Laurel's Board of Directors
Glen Laurel Property Management:
Sterling Association Services, Inc.
Bernita Armstrong, Glen Laurel Community Manager
11201 Lake Woodbridge Dr
Sugar Land, Texas 77498
Sterling Association Services, Inc.
6842 N. Sam Houston Parkway West
Houston, Texas 77064
Jose Villegas, President
This website was designed to help keep you informed and to continue fostering more and better communication within the community. Use of the site is free to all Glen Laurel residents and owners, and is for your sole use and benefit. Enjoy the site, and please feel free to comment to either Sterling Association Services. or the Board of Directors on ways to make the website better for the community.
Glen Laurel is a community located within Sugar Land, Texas. Glen Laurel has many wonderful amenities including a swimming pool and several beautiful lakes. Residents of Glen Laurel enjoy many activities: fun at nearby Eldridge Park, an annual Christmas decorating contest, and an annual Easter Social to name just a few. The Glen Laurel Board of Directors also sponsors a Yard of the Month program, allowing residents to showcase their beautiful yards.
Glen Laurel is conveniently located to the Southwest Freeway, Hwy 6, Hwy 90 and the Sam Houston Tollway giving residents excellent access to the local community and Houston. Glen Laurel children attend award winning schools in the highly acclaimed Fort Bend Independent School District. The Sugar Land branch of Fort Bend County libraries is located nearby. There are also several churches located within minutes of the community.
Next Board of Directors meeting
The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for October 2, 2019 at 7:00pm at the Woodbridge CAI clubhouse. Please click here for the meeting agenda.
Holiday Trash Pickup Service and Recycling Tips
Details about holiday trash pickup can be found by
Sugar Land Police Warn Citizens of Telephone Scam
Sugar Land, TX - Sugar Land Police are warning residents to be aware of unknown suspects making threatening calls pretending to be Fort Bend County or Harris County Sheriff deputies. Police are investigating a number of scam phone calls in which the caller informs citizens they have outstanding traffic warrants, or warrants for missing jury summons, and will be arrested unless they make immediate payment of their fines. In several calls, the caller identified himself as a sergeant with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s office. The caller is reported to be very believable and gave actual court and judges’ names that could easily have been obtained from public sources. The caller then offered the alternative of making an immediate payment by obtaining a green dot card, a debit or credit card that is commonly available at retail stores, or an electronic e-check to make an immediate payment to avoid arrest. No suspects have yet been identified or arrested. Police ask that you be aware of this scam and protect yourself by always confirming the accuracy of such calls with local law enforcement agencies. Never give out personal financial information to anyone over the phone unless you can verify the information and source. If you are not sure, hang up until you can confirm independently, or report it to local law enforcement.
Man Caught on Camera Stealing Package from Porch Surveillance
Click here for video. Sugar Land, TX – Sugar Land police are looking for a man seen on home surveillance video stealing packages from a house in the 1800 block of Thunder Lake Lane in the Gannoway Lake Estates subdivision on Feb. 4. A black man wearing a black jacket, black pants and gray shoes took the packages from the front porch just before 6 p.m. He was seen on video leaving in a white sedan, possibly a Ford Tempo, driven by another person. A neighbor who reported a suspicious vehicle at the time of the theft told police the white sedan had a temporary plate, front-end damage and a broken driver-side window covered by a black trash bag. The neighbor described the driver as a Hispanic man and the passenger as a black man. Both were in their 20s and had goatee mustaches. Anyone with information should call the Sugar Land Police Department at (281) 275-2540 or Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers at (281) 342-TIPS (8477).
Accreditation assessment team invites public comment for Sugar Land Police Department
Please click here for details.
Imperial Sugar refinery site development
Johnson Development Corporation will begin demolition in the next few days of a few outlying buildings on the former 25-acre Imperial Sugar refinery site. Johnson is working to get the property in a state ready for development of the area which includes the proposed Imperial Market development, Sugar Land Heritage Museum and Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center. Click here for more details.
Two Step One Sticker Program
As of March 1, 2015, Texas is initiating a new program called Texas Two Step One Sticker, and will no longer issue vehicle inspection stickers. Click here for details.
Accessing Your Sterling ASI Account
To check your Sterling ASI account please go to: www.sterlingasi.com
BAIR Analytics’s has a public crime map, RAIDS Online, which connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. For details, visit: