Welcome Greater Mission Bend Area Residents, Business Owners and Community Organizations. Your suggestions and comments are welcome!

Past Events

GMBAC Video – (For full screen, click square at right bottom of picture)

GMBAC Sponsored Events held in 2012
GMBAC Sponsored Events held in 2011
GMBAC Sponsored Events held in 2010
Guest Speakers:
HOA Training Workshop
Guest Speakers:
  • Sherri Carey – HOA Manager, High Sierra Management, Inc.
  • Kathy Terry – HOA Attorney has been a practicing attorney represented HOA’s since 1991 and currently represents approximately 40 associations.
  • Judge R. Jack Cagle – was elected as presiding judge of Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 1 in November, 2000.
  • Sherri Careygave an up-date on Legislative Issues relating to HOA’s
    • In the last session there were numerous bills that attacked the power of the HOA to enforce deed restrictions and collect dues.
  • Marjorie Jean Meyer, Community Association Management
    • CMCA, PCAM, Vice President of Associa –
Crime Prevention Town Hall Meeting

The goal was to get the Residents, Business Owners, Law Enforcement Officials and Local Elected Officials all working together to find better ways to fight the crime in our Community.

Guest Speakers:
  • Fort Bend County District Attorney, John Healey
  • Harris County Deputy Sheriff, Lanny Hitchcock
  • Neighborhood Watch, Fort Bend County Deputy Sheriff, Gerard Argao
  • Harris County Deputy Sheriff, Samuel Cerda
  • Houston Police Department, Raul Collins
Other Guests attending:
  • Community Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief,. Steve Fowler
  • Candidate for the Texas House of Representatives, District 149 position, Jack O’Connor
  • Harris County’s Director of Intergovernmental Relations, Ron Servis (Judge Ed Emmett)
  • Crime Stoppers, Andrea Schmauss
  • Stage Stores, Inc. (Beals, Palais Royal, Peebles, Stage) Loss Prevention Dept, Organized Retail Crime Investor Manager, Kenny Ochoa
  • Valflor Academy (Concealed Handgun Training), David G. Valdez
September 2009
  • Alief ISD School Candidate Forum
    • Each Candidate was given the opportunity to present their views and answer questions from the public.
  • State Senator, District 17, Joan Huffman
August 20, 2007
  • Mission Bend resident aims to battle urban blight in area
    • Michael Martin seeks to wrest his Mission Bend neighborhood from urban decay and give pride back to property owners — including himself — who live there. He is being aided in that mission by a few neighbors who are beginning to attend meetings and join an e-mail list of residents. They share Martin’s concerns about the decreasing numbers of mid- to upper-middle class homeowners and major chain stores and the rise in deteriorating rental houses, scrap yards and crime in recent decades.