Storm Damage

Both Houston and Dallas were slammed with hurricane-force winds Tuesday as violent storms flooded roads, upended trees and power lines and reduced some buildings to shells of their former selves. At least eight people have been killed in the state since Saturday as severe weather pummeled the region over Memorial Day weekend.

The Lakes of Bent Tree suffered mostly minor damages in this morning's storm. So far, the most significant appears to be a chimney cap (5062) and trees (5024, 5162) that were blown down. The majority of the tree damage was on the lakeside between 5024 and 5070 Westgrove.vThree homes reported leaks (groundwater, window, and flashing). The front and rear gates were inoperatble for a few hours.

If you experience any building damages, please fill out a work order (see link at top of page) and send photos. If you have an urgent situation, please email the board. If you have an emergency situation, please call 911.

Please help by moving dropped limbs and debris to the street for pickup today.

Additional damage and information cleanup will be reported here.

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  1. There is a large tree blocking Westgrove east of LoBT. Cars are not able to pass.

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    1. Another tree is down begin 5162. How do I attach a photo?

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    2. ^behind (not begin)

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    3. I’m worried about what these landscapers with chainsaws will do tomorrow. If they do an even a slightly wrong thing tomorrow behind my unit, they will bash windows in all 4 units in my quad.

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    4. I think they did a pretty good job today and no windows were broken.We do appreciate how fast you got them out here. Thank you.

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  2. Thank you for giving us update! And thanks for whoever picked up my bird feeder & fern‼️Kaylin Allen

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  3. Landscape crews are on location as of 1 PM to stabilize unsafe conditions and will start limb clean up.

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  4. Front gate is back online and fully functional.

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  5. Knoll Trail TollTag reader is back online.

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  6. The chimney cap has been reinstalled (first photo in article).

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  7. Thank you Board for your quick response and action in the removal of the chimney cap from my front "yard" after yesterday's storm. I appreciate everything you do for us to make our lives easier and the enhancement of our property.

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  8. A surface drain was installed near 5134 to improve water drainage.

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  9. Diane Miller-5004May 30, 2024 at 3:54 PM

    Thanks so much to our Board for reacting so effectively to our latest emergency needs! You guys are the best!

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