RiverPark on the Brazos Property Owners Association, Inc. (the “RiverPark POA”) is a residential community association that governs the RiverPark community located in northeast Fort Bend County near the intersection of HWY 59 (the Southwest Freeway) and HWY 99 (the Grand Parkway). The RiverPark POA is comprised of 1177 single family homes situated on both the east and west sides of HWY 99 north of HWY 59. The RiverPark community is located in the city limits of Sugar Land, Fort Bend County Precinct 1, Texas. None of the property subject to the RiverPark POA’s governing documents is designated as commercial—we are a strictly residential development.
The Enclave is the only remaining residential site being developed in the RiverPark community and will add 139 new single family homes into the RiverPark POA by the end of 2016 (delete this portion as it’s already started). Once completed, the RiverPark POA will oversee 1,316 single family homes with an estimated population nearing 4,500 residents.
Several existing city and county park facilities are located within the community and service the needs of the area. In addition, there is a single facility dedicated for the primary use of RiverPark POA members and their guests. The existing park facilities that serve the community include:
- Brazos River Trail System, City of Sugar Land/Fort Bend County
- Park at the Levee, City of Sugar Land
- RiverPark Splash-Pad, City of Sugar Land
- Pocket Park, City of Sugar Land
- Magnolia Park, Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District 10
- Thistlerock Park, Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District 10
- Clubhouse Playground at RiverPark, Fort Bend County Levee Improvement District 10
- RiverPark Recreation Center and Pool, RiverPark POA
- River Park Bark Park, City of Sugar Land
- Multi-Purpose Sport Court, RiverPark POA