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First Colony Community Association
4350 Austin Parkway
Sugar Land, TX 77479

tel: (281) 634-9500
fax: (281) 634-9515

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First Colony Community Association
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First Colony Community Association (FCCA) is the largest of several homeowners associations in the master-planned community of First Colony. When development first began in First Colony, the initial neighborhoods were given separate homeowners associations, but as construction and development progressed, most of the newer neighborhoods as well as the commercial and business units were included in FCCA.

Condominium and townhouse neighborhoods in First Colony belong to separate associations that take care of the special community needs as well as FCCA. FCCA’s on-site management allows members to receive prompt responses to questions and benefit from close interaction with staff and members through personal visits, a telephone call or by e-mail.

A true master-planned community in southwest Houston, First Colony features unsurpassed amenities and conveniences while maintaining a true sense of family and community. First Colony comprises a unique blend of residential neighborhoods and businesses that reside under protective architectural guidelines and meticulously maintained streets, lakes, parks and greenbelt areas. Beautifully landscaped and well maintained, First Colony offers beautiful tree-lined streets, miles of walking paths, lush parks and lakes for truly unlimited recreational opportunities.

First Colony Parks and Recreation offers a variety of year-round leisure opportunities, from swim lessons to yoga to bocce ball. FCCA has three sets of tennis courts, volleyball courts, and a disc golf course. Enjoy the scenic walking path and picnic tables around the lake. There are a total of eleven pools in FCCA. The newly built Aquatic Center Leisure pool features an inner tube waterslide, lazy river, and a large splash pad. Members can check-out a kayak at the boathouse on weekends from April through October.

Another valuable association amenity is the website through which residents and business owners have online access to everything they need to know about FCCA compliance and regulations. The website lets members get news and announcements; access the online resource center for important association documents and forms; browse the classified section or place an ad; and locate businesses in FCCA.

For more information about FCCA, call (281) 634-9500 or visit the website at
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