Login | Register
About Us
Contact Us
Inframark Resident Portal
Committees & Clubs
Documents & Forms



Update from the Office of Vincent Morales
Posted on Aug 1st, 2018
County Commissioner Vincent Morales attended the RiverPark West Annual meeting on Monday July 23rd and took several questions from residents.  While he was unable to provide specific updates on many of the questions asked, his office was able to provide a follow up for residents.


RiverPark West to Offer Aquatics Programs through Sweetwater Pools
Posted on Mar 5th, 2018

RiverPark West has partnered with Sweetwater Pool Company to begin offer several aquatics programs to the neighborhood, including swimming lessons and water aerobics.   Residents can register directly on the Sweetwater Aquatics website at http://www.allyouhavetodoisswim.com/ starting April 1st.

PCMI / Severn Trent Has a New Name
Posted on Dec 13th, 2017
Severn Trent North America is now Inframark! 
Your management company, formerly Severn Trent / PCMI has a new name – INFRAMARK! This name better reflects not only who we are, but, importantly, where we’re going as we take the next step in our over 40-year growth journey in the U.S. 
Our new name is a strong statement of what we do. INFRAMARK is a direct reflection of our focus on the core operation of our nation’s water infrastructure, as well as the complementary critical support services to community infrastructure. It’s also a reminder of how we do it. It underscores our commitment to setting the “mark” and being the standard that all others follow when it comes to providing the highest service quality and to the deep partnerships we have with our clients. 
Under the INFRAMARK name, are organized into two broad business lines. Our Water Infrastructure Operations group delivers the critical water and wastewater O&M services that are so important to our municipal, municipal utility districts (MUDs) and industrial client partners. Our Infrastructure Management Services group delivers the financial, administrative, and specialized support services that help make communities, associations, municipalities, and special districts stronger. 
Inframark Infrastructure Management Services (IMS) is a team of professionals that provides a full range of customized management and financial services to special districts, municipalities, and community associations across the southern U.S. We currently have an extensive footprint in Florida, Georgia and Texas (formerly Severn Trent Management Services / PCMI). 
Beginning immediately, you will see the INFRAMARK name and logo on all company materials, signage and communications. We encourage you to visit our new website www.inframarkims.com and get a deeper look into our new company and our new brand. Today is only the beginning. As INFRAMARK, we are in a stronger position than ever and we are ready for an exciting future. Thank you for putting your trust in us! We value our relationship with you and look forward to serving your community for years to come. 
Hurricane Harvey Recap
Posted on Sep 7th, 2017
From the Municipal Utility District Board President
We have made it through one of the worst storms in history.  I want to thank Levee Management Services (LMS) - our levee management company - who tirelessly monitored our levee and operated our pump station to keep our homes dry.  Our levee is the most expensive system thawt the MUD maintains and we spend a significant amount of our resources on it.  I want to also thank Fort Bend Count Judge Bob Hebert, the Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management, and our MUD engineer, Wallace Trochessett with LJA; they provided critical and timely information to the MUD board.  I cannot also thank enough to Kelly Force, our Riverpark West Community Coordinator, who was able to distribute information to our residents while evacuating her family.  Due to everyone’s preparation and diligent efforts, no levees within Fort Bend County were breached.
MUD 121 experienced two separate events during Hurricane Harvey.  One was a “rain event” and one was a “river event”.  Since MUD 121 is surrounded by a levee, direct rainfall within our neighborhood must be drained out.  Water in the streets flows into the storm drains which empties into the drainage channels within the levee.  These channels flow into the retention pond where the soccer fields are located.  When the Brazos River level is low, the retention pond gravity-flows into the river.  However, if the river level is high, we have a pump station that will pump the water from the retention pond to the river.  For this rain event, we fared well with minimal water in the streets for a short amount of time; this was better than surrounding neighborhoods, including Veranda that had about one foot of water in some of their streets.  As the rainfall ended mid-week, our concentration moved to the rising Brazos River.  Our levee management company continuously monitored the levee to look for weak points and potential failures.  Luckily, the areas upstream did not receive as much rain as forecast and the river did not rise to the projected 59 feet.  However, the river level did reach a record 55.19 feet, based on the Richmond river level gauge; this exceeded last year’s record by about 6 inches.
I have compiled a list of questions that I think many residents have had on their mind during and after this event.  You can read more by clicking below.
Multiple Candidates Seeking Board Position
Posted on Jun 15th, 2017
In the first contested race in several years, multiple candidates are seeking a position on the RiverPark West Board of Directors.  Each of the three directors serves a term of three years and the terms are staggered such that one position is up for re-election each year at the annual meeting, which is set to take place on Monday July 24th at 6:30pm at Hutchison Elementary.
Residents interested in running were offered the opportunity to place their name on the ballot and provide a bio by June 15, 2017.  Nominations may also be taken from the floor.  Six candidates registered before the deadline, including incumbent, Anthony Barnhart, who has served on the Board for the past 3 years.

Keep reading to learn more about each candidate based on the information provided in their bio.
2nd Annual Multicultural Festival
Posted on Sep 6th, 2016
Join our neighborhood in celebrating our diversity in the 2nd Annual Multicultural Festival THIS Saturday September 10th from 3-6pm.
We are welcoming some very special musical guests, Fusion Latina Houston, in addition to a henna artist from our very own neighborhood.
Kids can enjoy crafts and all can enjoy food samples and beverages from residents who are bringing in dishes from their culture to share.  If you'd like to bring something, send an e-mail to Kelly at kjforce@gmail.com.  The more the merrier!  

See you on Saturday!
Survey Results
Posted on Jun 7th, 2016
The annual survey results are now available online in the documents and forms section or HERE.
Thank you to all who participated in the survey; your feedback is crucial to the leadership team.  The results were mostly positive, with several marked improvements over 2015 results.  We also have some clear messages about future improvements as well.
The results will be formally presented at the annual meeting.
2nd Annual Earth Day comes to RiverPark West
Posted on Apr 19th, 2016
On Friday, April 22nd from 3-6pm, join us at the clubhouse for our 2nd Annual Earth Day Celebrations.
We'll be bringing back our bird feeder craft from recycled toilet paper tubes and our fun snacks, and our vendor booths.
This year, we are very pleased to be partnering with the Houston Museum of Natural Science outreach program to bring you the Discovery Dome and a Texas Wildlife Display. 
PCMI is Moving!
Posted on Apr 19th, 2016
Upcoming MUD121 Board of Directors Election
Posted on Apr 1st, 2016
On May 7, 2016, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., Fort Bend MUD 121 
will hold an election for the purpose of electing two members of the Board of 
Directors of the District.  Early voting and election day polling locations can be 
found on the Fort Bend County elections website: 
Continue reading for a profile of the 3 candidates running for the open positions.
Updated Clubhouse Rentals Procedures
Posted on Nov 14th, 2015
Greetings neighbors!
As you know, the clubhouse is available for rental and prior to our Community Coordinator coming on board in October, the process was managed by Crest.  With Kelly available on site, we are transitioning this service to her and are now able to give residents a cheaper rental with more detailed oversight of the clubhouse assets.
Community Coordinator Announcement
Posted on Oct 1st, 2015
For some time now, the board has been exploring ways to bring an on-site presence for day-to-day operations and resident interaction as many neighborhoods already do.  Options included a person from the current management company or another independant contractor.
The board is pleased to announce that a contract has been finalized with Resident and volunteer Kelly Force to fulfill the duties of "Community Coordinator".  Kelly will provide administrative support for the board and committees, serve as website admin, manage clubhouse rentals, plan meetings and events, and be available 1 afternoon per week to residents to be a resource for questions and accept applications for pool keys, clubhouse rentals, or architectural modifications.  
Kelly has been a resident of RiverPark West for the last 2.5 years and has been an active volunteer with the community for the last 10 months and is in a great position to have a positive impact for the community right away.
You may visit her on Tuesdays between the hours of 2 and 7pm at the clubhouse.  Facilities there are sparse at the moment but there are plans to make the clubhouse a more friendly and useful office and rental space.
Preventing Tree Damage from Staking
Posted on Sep 23rd, 2015
Its officially fall!  While for most of use the heavy planting and watering season is over, a lot of us have fledgling trees that need a little extra care.  Our Landscape Committee Chair and garden enthusiast Yuliya Cherry wanted to share some tips about preventing "tree girdling" caused by improper staking of a fledgling tree.
Deeply embedded support on Cryptomeria that was not removed for many years.
Multicultural Festival
Posted on Sep 17th, 2015
In our first annual Multicultural Festival, 15 volunteers and a handful of contest entrants took center stage, displaying food, drink, and items of cultural significance from Nigeria, Honduras, India, Italy, Alger, and the USA. 
Call to Action for Neighborhood "Champions"
Posted on Sep 5th, 2015
One of our neighbors and his wife have stepped up to the plate to champion a cause for beautification of our neighborhood.  Click "read more" to see his letter to his fellow neighbors and to find out how you can champion your section.
2015 Survey Results
Posted on Aug 31st, 2015
In May of this year, the POA put up a survey (the first of its kind!) open to all residents to poll them on overall satisfaction with our community, gauge performance in certain key areas, and guide our vision for the future.  More than 100 residents answered the survey, giving valuable insight into the "state of the neighborhood", so to speak, and taking the time to leave detailed comments.
Pool Tags - New Benefit - multiple pool tags available from Crest Mgmt
Posted on Jun 6th, 2015
...RPW Association members ... may now purchase additional pool tags directly from Crest Mgmt...