Community Resources

Check here regularly to find useful community information and resources.

Heavy Trash






* ODD numbered months - TREE WASTE ONLY
* EVEN numbered month - JUNK WASTE & TREE WASTE



Crestmont Park Heavy Trash Information
Our community's heavy trash (Tree Waste / Junk Waste) pickup date is the 4th Tuesday of the month.
* ODD numbered months - TREE WASTE ONLY
* EVEN numbered month - JUNK WASTE & TREE WASTE

For more information about SWMD and our services, visit us at, “LIKE” us on Facebook at, follow us on Twitter @HoustonTrash, or call 3-1-1, the City of Houston’s Customer Service Helpline.
Crestmont Park Letter 6.23.2020 (002).pd[...]
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Illegal Dumping

Report trash and debris found by calling the City's 311 number or through the 311 App.  If the debris is not picked up within a reasonable time, call District D's Councilmember's Office (832-393-3001) and ask for assistance from their "Hot Team" to get the debris cleaned up.


Crime-Stoppers Illegal Dumping Reward Flyer
Crime Stoppers offers:
REWARD OF UP TO $5,000 FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CHARGING AND/OR ARREST OF SUSPECT(S) ILLEGALLY DUMPING. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward.
Crime Stoppers Sign Flyer 20-0721.pdf
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Corona-virus (COVID-19)

Helpful resources and important information:

Harris County - Current Level of Risk
Level 1: SEVERE - Stay Home Work Safe
On June 26th, Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo raised the Current Level of Risk for Harris County from Level 2 to Level 1.
Level 1 signifies a severe and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in Harris County, meaning outbreaks are present and worsening and that testing and contact tracing capacity is strained or exceeded. At this level, residents take action to minimize contacts with others wherever possible and avoid leaving home except for the most essential needs like going to the grocery store for food and medicine.
Regardless of current level indicated, all residents should continue the use of social distancing, frequent hand washing, and the use of face coverings until there is a vaccine or a treatment for the virus. Additionally, residents exposed to COVID-19 should quarantine for 14 days regardless of level indicated.
For more information and updates, refer to the Ready Harris website or Threat Levels Explained resources. More information about the Harris County Reopening Strategy here.


Latest Community Announcements and Upcoming Events

Monthly Civic Meeting Notice Announcemen[...]
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Next Monthly Meeting (VIRTUAL)

August 3, 2021, 6:30 PM 


Crestmont Civic Alliance

Citizens On Patrol 


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