The park, officially opened in May 2008, is a beautiful addition to our community and was designed as a multi-use facility that compliments and expands upon the original Terranova West clubhouse, pool, tennis court, and park common grounds, the purpose being to enhance our quality of life and property values for years to come!
Read more: Terranova West Municipal Utilities District Park Information - Last Updated August 19, 2009
December, 2012 Update
Park ground improvements were recently completed to include 30 gallon trees planted at key locations as points of interest, re-forestation of the southeast corner of the park designed to deaden vehicle noise from Cypresswood, and an expansion of the bed around the flag pole with shrubs to attract butterflys and bees to be planted in the spring.
A permanent fix for the walking path washouts has been proposed by our Lawn service contractor and is under consideration by the MUD Board.
The water fountains have been permanently removed due to escalating maintenance costs.
Vandalism costs you money! If you see something, say something. Report suspicious activity to the Constable's office by calling 281-373-3472.
Q & As
Q - Can residents of Terranova use our park?
A - No, Terranova is not part of the Terranova West Municipal Utility District. Terranova is a separate subdivision with its own POA and MUD. Terranova residents can only enter the park as an accompanied guest of a Terranova West, Oaks of Terranova West, Terravista, or Villa Nova resident.
Q - Why can't I let my dog run on the soccer field?
A - The soccer field is a playing field. Dogs running loose on the soccer field are a safety and health issue.
Q - Are the Cypresswood medians within the boundaries of Terranova West part of the park?
A - The medians are maintained as part of the park but are owned by Harris County.
Q - Can the park be rented out?
A - By Texas law governing Utility District parks, the park cannot be rented out.
Q - Does the same lawn service maintaining the POA common ground maintain the park?
A - No, the park is maintained by Westco and is under contract to the Terranova West Utility District. The Terranova West POA uses another lawn service contractor.
Q - If I see a trail light out do I report it to Centerpoint Energy?
A - No, the lights within the park are maintained by the Terranova West Utility District. To report a light out, send an email to
Q - Are there plans to install porta potties be installed at the park?
A - There are no plans to install porta potties within the park.
1.) The park is open for the use of all residents living within the Terranova West Municipal Utilities District (the “District”) during park operating hours. The park cannot be reserved by any one person or group;
2.) Only the ball field, volleyball court, soccer field, or horseshoe pits (“Athletic Facilities”) can be reserved for a specific date and time;
3.) The park Facility can be reserved for non-profit activity only;
4.) Only residents of the District may reserve an Athletic Facility;
5.) Reservations must be submitted via email to . Only residents of the District, who have valid passwords, can access and reserve Facilities online;
6.) Reservation requests are to include the following information;
a.) Residents name, address, and phone number
b.) Purpose for the reservation request. If the reservation is for an organized league team practice, then the following information should be included in the request:
i.) The Non-Profit Organization and League Name
ii.) Team name
iii.) Age group
iv.) Coach's name
v.) Specific date(s) and time(s) for the request
vi.) Estimated number of people to be using the facility
7.) Reservations are on a first come first served basis;
8.) Approved reservations will be posted on the Terranova West Property Owners Association website calendar at http://terranovawest.com;
9.) Resident is responsible for insuring the posted reservation is correct as requested, advising of any changes needed, and or reservation cancellations;
10.) To insure reasonable access to park facilities for all residents, the MUD Board reserves the right to limit the length of reservation requests;
11.) An organization, league, or team may utilize the services of a paid trainer but it must be a non-profit entity, and the resident requestor cannot profit from a reservation, either directly or indirectly;
12.) The resident making reservation must be present at all times and assumes full responsibility for supervising the event, and is responsible for any damage to facilities;
13.) No temporary construction of any facilities will be allowed;
14.) No portable toilet facilities of any kind may be brought into the park;
15.) No temporary lighting may be used in conjunction with the event;
16.) The event must occur (including set up and clean up) during park operating hours (6am cst – 10pm cst);
17.) The walking path must be kept clear at all time;
18.) All trash is to be placed in trash cans during and after the event;
19.) Park access must be through one of the park access code gates located on the T C Jester side of the park;
20.) No vehicles of any type may be brought into the park, any and all equipment must be hand carried in through the access gates;
21.) Park access code is not to be distributed to non-residents; resident is responsible for guest access;
22.) Code gates may not be propped open for random access, code gates are to be kept closed and locked during the event.