- Walden Community Improvement Association (WCIA)
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- Board Policies
- Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
- Walden Emergency Management Action Team (WEMAT)
- Walden Social Network (WSN)
- Ladies Association of Walden (LAW)
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- Walden Community Church
WCIA Board of Trustees’ Pet Committee established the following rules to encourage sensitivity between neighbors so that all may reside in harmony. These are consistent with the Deed Restrictions and provide additional guidance.
Only normal household pets of a reasonable and limited number may be kept on any property, and never for commercial purposes. Adherence to Montgomery County’s Health Department’s animal restraint and rabies control ordinance is mandatory. All pets are to be leashed, or under firm control, when they are off the owner’s property. Montgomery County Animal Control will pick up any animals found wandering through the neighborhood.
For the safety and comfort of all Walden residents, no owner shall allow his/her pet to become a threat or nuisance to others. For this reason, Walden offers a pet grievance review. Walden residents wishing to report a complaint against another resident’s pet must do so in writing by filing a pet grievance form. The Form can be completed below, or can be obtained by contacting our deed restriction office at 936-582-2922.
In the event your pet disappears, or if you discover a lost pet in Walden, there are several options. You can use an on-line service, such as Amber Alert for Pets (www.amberalertforpets.com) or Pet Harbor (www.petharbor.com). Each of these private services charges a fee. You should also contact Montgomery County Animal Control at 936-442-7738. Area veterinarians may have information about a lost or found pet, please feel free to check with any of them.
You may also post signs in Walden on light poles for 72 hours after the pet is lost. The flyer should include a picture of your pet, their name, your name, a cell phone number and the date your pet was discovered missing. You can also post the flyer at the information booth at the entrance to Walden. Please take down the flyers you post after the 72 hour period.
If you are not successful in finding your pet, you might check the animal shelters to see if someone turned it in. Go to both shelters, just in case. The City of Conroe Animal Shelter on Sgt. Ed Holcomb Blvd. in Conroe, or the Montgomery County Animal Shelter at State Highway 242 near I-45. Calling them is not enough - you need to actually go to the shelter to see if your pet is there.
Also, pet information is available at a number of websites for you to post lost or found pets.