Deed Restrictions

Old Spring Branch is a deed-restricted community.

Old Spring Branch’s 10 Subdivisions

Within the boundaries of our Old Spring Branch Civic Association are ten subdivisions. Development in these boundaries began as early as 1953. There are five (5) subdivisions whose residents declared Deed Restrictions.


Name of SubdivisionDeed RestrictionsProperties Involved
AcreageNo deed restrictionsAntoine: 1801-1807, 1819, 1823, 1835, 1905, 1911,1915, 1919, 1923; Harland: 1800-1820 blk
Point PlaceNo deed restrictionsAntoine: 1808-1934, 1916-1922, 2016-2020, 2040, 2052
Long Point ManorEstablished Feb 1995, automatic renewal every 10 yearsAntoine: 2003, 2007-2015, 2019-2039; Harland: 1839-2039
Herzog HP Sec 2No deed restrictionsAntoine: 2061-2106; Harland: 2057-2118; Hammerly: 7402, 7420; Todd: 11201-11221
Thonig TractEstablished 1994-2004, automatic renewal every 10 yearsThonig: 1818-1824, 1828, 1832, 1901-2059 (exempted: 1801-1833 & lots 54, 61, 61A, 65, 65A, 65B
Lentz VillasNo deed restrictionsHammerly: 7509; Thonig: 2098-2117
Long Point OaksEstablished 1955-1985, automatic renewal every 10 yearsCounter Point, Woodvine, Highcrest (apts), Turquoise, Inch, Hammerly: 7518-7614, Amelia: 7600 blk
Hilldale AcresEstablished 1953-1978, automatic renewal every 10 yearsSilverbonnet: 2206-2231; Hammerly: 7711, 7712, 7719, 7720
Silverbonnet PlaceEstablished 1957-1977, automatic renewal every 10 yearsCedal: 7702-7730; Jacquelyn: 2302, 2303

Prohibited Yard Parking Ordinance

The Prohibited Yard Parking Ordinance has been approved by City Council for Old Spring Branch Civic Association. Ordinance 2010-0049, January 27, 2010. Ordinance extending the provisions of Section 28-303 of the code of ordinances for:

ABST 269 J Flowers, Point Place, Long Point Manor, Herzog HP Sec 2, Thonig Tract, Lentz Villas, Long Point Oaks, Hilldale, Hillendahl Acres, Silverbonnet Place, Economy Suburban Gardens, Woodvine Lofts

To prohibit the parking of vehicles in the front or side yards of such residences. Enforcement will be provided by the Houston Police Department. Any person who violates the prohibited yard parking shall be fined up to $150 each day a violation occurs.

To report violations, contact HPD Spring Branch Storefront, 8400 Long Point #A (77055), 832-394-0102, Mon-Fri, 8a-6p.


For more information about Deed Restrictions, visit the Office of the City Attorney’s Deed Restriction Enforcement Team Home Page.

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