Welcome To The Oaks of Atascocita | Community Improvement Association

This website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both current and future residents of the Oaks of Atascocita. We hope that you find this website, our Facebook page as well as newsletter to be informative and helpful. We can also be reached by filling out the contact form located on the Contact page located on the website.

To All Members of the Oaks of Atascocita Community Improvement Association


The Oaks will not have a quorum for this month’s meeting. Therefore, it is cancelled. Next meeting will be in April - our ANNUAL MEETING at the park for elections - the 3rd Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

The Oaks Board meets on the 2nd Tuesday of every month excluding the months of April and December. The meetings are held at the AFVD Administration Building located at 18425 Timber Forest Drive Humble, TX 77346 beginning at 7pm.

Please make a note on your calendar that there is no meeting in December. The next meeting will be Tuesday, January 9, 2019. The Oaks Board of Directors wishes you and your family a Happy and Safe Holiday Season!

New Trash Service Announcement

Waste Management has informed the Oaks board that our contract for curbside trash service ending February 28, 2019 will not be renewed.

For information about our new trash service, starting March 2nd, 2019 from Frontier Waste Solutions, please click here

If you would like to serve on the Oaks board or directors, please click here to view the notice of solicitation.

Atascocita is a large, affluent development located north of Farm to Market Road 1960 about 6 miles east of Humble and 18 miles northeast of downtown Houston in northeastern Harris County.

Bordered on its eastern shore by the 12,000-acre Lake Houston, the community contains several parks, country clubs, and golf courses, including Atascocita Country Club, Walden on Lake Houston Golf and Country Club, and nearby Tour 18, a celebration of some of the United States' most famous golf holes.

Atascocita was named one of the "Best Places to Retire" by U.S. News & World Report, citing Lake Houston's boating and fishing opportunities and Atascocita's numerous golf courses.