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Clark Pines Civic Associaton

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Welcome to Clark Pines

The Clark Pines subdivision was developed by brothers R. D. Clark and H. H. Clark in the mid to late 1940’s as a residential neighborhood, named after the developers and the area’s indigenous loblolly pines.

Several of the original homeowners still live in the neighborhood.

 

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Dog Walkers: Friendly Reminder

Houston’s Municipal Code is clear when it comes to dogs and leashes: Dogs are not allowed to be “at large” outside the direct physical control of their owners (i.e., unleashed). The only exceptions to this are when dogs are fenced in without access to public streets and sidewalks, or when they are in an authorized no-leash zone such as a dog park. If a dog is unleashed in an area where it is required and the dog injures someone, the dog may be subject to being impounded, and the owner may be liable for any injuries caused by an attack. (ref Sec. 6-101. - Running at large prohibited)

 

Questions? info@clarkpines.org 

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