Due to the COVID-19, First Colony Community Services Service and A-Beautiful Pools require a signed liability waiver before using the pools. See below. Please fill out the form and it will be sent to us electronically.  You will receive the form back also.   You will need to bring the signed copy with you each time that you go to a pool, either an electronic copy on your phone or a paper copy. Make sure on the one form that you list all family members and list all family members under 17 with names and ages and type in the adults name under Guardian.  List names and ages of any grandchild that will be going to the pool also. Sorry for the inconvenience.  You must have the current pool tags also. The pools are for FCCSA members only. 

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Currently there is a 50% capacity limit at each of the pools.

First Colony Parks & Recreation maintains several walking trails, parks, pools and playgrounds, allowing us to offer a variety of year-round leisure opportunities, which are available to all members. Also, take advantage of activities including Bocce Ball, Sand Volleyball, Tennis, or Disc Golf. There’s a wide variety of amenities for your enjoyment.

The amenities offered enhance lifestyles for residents, creating spaces that allow families to bond while increasing a sense of well-being. Take some time and visit one of the 10 neighborhood pools, the Aquatic Center fitness pool, Oyster Creek Boathouse, etc.

The First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) Board has an amenity philosophy of maintaining or creating a range of amenities that serve not only the existing Member demographics, but also the demographic that the Association is striving to attract; that is, the Board strives for First Colony to have a demographic range of Members that is broad, sustaining and that will promote an atmosphere of vibrancy and community.

FCCSA Amenities Philosophy

Aquatic Center and Neighborhood Pools

FCCSA operates 10 neighborhood pools and the Aquatic Center fitness pool. Summer pool hours are posted on the website.  All pools are open as of 6/16/2020.

The Aquatic Center fitness pool, The Lakes Pool and Austin Park pool are operated as  “swim at your own risk” pools. The Aquatic Center Lap Pool is open currently from 6 am – 8 pm, Monday – Saturday and Sundays 4 pm – 8 pm.  The Austin Park pool and The Lakes pool are open from 7 am – 8 pm.  Austin Park pool is closed on Thursdays for cleaning.  The Lakes pool is closed on Wednesdays for cleaning.  You must show the pool monitor your pool waiver to enter the pools. There is not any pool furniture at any of the pools per CDC guideline recommendations.  Please only 1 person or family at a time in the restrooms.

Pool tags: Every member is required to show their pool tags upon arrival of each facility.  For the 2020 season, you must fill out a pool waiver to receive your pool tags.  You can go online and fill it out also.  The recreational fee for the tags is included in your yearly assessment. Townhomes in the Association do not pay the recreational fee. If the member owning a townhome wishes to receive pool tags for the current year, the member may pay the recreational fee for the year. Members must submit a $100.00 refundable deposit (check only) to receive the Aquatic Center pool card and sign a liability form. The cost for a “swim at your own risk” Austin Park pool key card is $10.00 (check only) which is non-refundable.  This card key will also work on The Lakes pool.  A signed liability form is also required.  See above for pool waiver required.  

Pool tags are available at the FCCSA office.   To receive a pool tag bring are your driver’s license or a current utility bill if your driver’s license does not show your current address as proof of residency. There is a maximum of four (4) pool tags per household. Each pool tag admits 2 people per tag with you getting 4 tags per household. The 4 tags allow up to 8 people in the pool facility during operating hours.  This will be per 1 household this year.  No guests are allowed for the 2020 season until further notice.  If you are a renter, please bring your lease agreement also.

During the swim season, the lifeguards will call a ten minute break every hour. The safety breaks include both children and adults exiting the pool.

Due to the COVID-19, pools must operate at a 25% bather load capacity.  The lifeguard will do a count and will stop entrance if the pool reaches that capacity.

As of 5/26/2020 – the CDC guidelines recommend not to have pool furniture.

There will be no pool furniture for your use but you can bring your own pool furniture.

We hope this changes soon but FCCSA will follow the CDC guidelines.  Please check the Pool Rules for full information.

To provide further service to the Community, First Colony Community Services Association offers an after-hours emergency phone line to report any emergencies that occur during non-business hours. If you notice an emergency situation (that falls under the control of FCCSA) when the FCCSA office is not open, you can call or text (281) 705-3051 and leave a message explaining the emergency and a contact number where you can be reached if a follow up is needed. This after-hours line should not be used for police, fire or emergency medical needs.

***Private swim lessons or any for profit activities are not allowed at the pool without authorization from FCCSA.***

Classes & Programs
Aquatic Center- Policy and Procedures Manual
Austin Park & The Lakes Pools Policy & Procedure Manual

  • FCCSA pools are for residents and their guests only.
  • A current FCCSA pool tag is required for entry- every resident with an FCCSA pool tag is allowed to bring one guest. A maximum of 4 pool tags per household.
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a person at least 18 years of age.
  • Appropriate swim attire is required of all residents and their guests.
  • Children in wading pools must be supervised at all times by a person at least 18 years of age.
  • Infants and children are required to wear diapers and plastic pants as needed.
  • For the safety of everyone, please walk while in the pool area.
  • Pets, roller blades, bikes and skateboards are not permitted in the pool area.
  • No diving is allowed in shallow areas.
  • No alcohol or smoking is allowed in pool areas.
  • No pets allowed in pool areas.
  • Abusive language or behavior is not permitted.
  • Private swim lesson instruction or any for profit activities are not allowed at the pool without authorizations from FCCSA.
  • Large groups of twelve (12) or more are required to schedule pool use through the Parks and Recreation office.
  • Pool safety breaks are scheduled for 10 minutes on the hour every hour.
  • Pool area is cleared at the first sight of lightning or sounding of thunder.
  • Lifeguards may impose additional rules to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all patrons at the pool.
Covid-19 Pool Rules
Supplemental Notice

The Aquatic Center Lap Pool is a “Swim at Your Own Risk” facility. Lifeguards are not on duty. Since its main use is as a fitness swimming facility, there will be NO areas of the pool designated leisure swimming areas. FCCSA owns and operates ten (10) other neighborhood pools for which leisure activities are appropriate.

The pool is equipped with a secure entrance system that allows residents to use only during the open hours. Residents are required to submit a $100 deposit for the pool access card. The resident must be the owner of the home and be over 21 to receive the card. The deposit is refundable when the card is returned (lose the card, lose the deposit).

Pool Hours
6:00 am – 8:00 pm Monday-Saturday
4:00 pm – 8:00 pm Sunday
Pool is closed Sunday morning for maintenance.

The pool will be closed for all special events held at the Aquatic Center.

Pool reopens on June 1, 2020.

First Colony Swim Team Practice Schedule
October 1, 2020
Age Groups and Masters

The course is at short course with 20 lanes. Residents must share resident lanes. Up to 4 people per lane keeping social distancing in mind.

Residents (with access card):

Monday – Saturday    6:00 am – 10:00 pm

Sunday                         4:00 pm – 10:00 pm

First Colony Swim Team  (Age Groups & Masters):

Monday – Friday             5:15 am – 6:45 am

 3:30 am – 7:45 pm

Mon,Wed,Fri                   11:00 am – 12:15 pm

Saturday                           6:30 am – 11:00 am

Fort Bend Masters Swim Team

Mon, Wed, Fri                                5:00 am – 6:00 am

Saturday                                          6:30 am – 8:00 am

A-Beautiful Pools is now booking pool parties for the summer! All pools except Austin Park pool, Crescent Lakes, The Lakes and the Aquatic Center Fitness Pool will be able to be reserved for private parties.

Pool party requests can be completed on their website at www.a-beautifulpools.com. Select “What We offer” and then “Pool Parties”. There is a 10-day advance requirement for booking, reserving and payment for all pool parties. If you have any further questions please contact Ann at (281) 376-6510.

Please note:  The pool parties are on hold due to the COVID-19 health crisis.  Check with the above for when pool parties can be scheduled.

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Tennis & Pickleball Courts

Tennis courts and Pickleball courts are available for use by First Colony Community Services Association members. Members may pick up a key for access to the FCCSA tennis & pickleball courts at the main office (4350 Austin Parkway). A $20 deposit is required (check only). Use of the tennis & pickleball courts is limited to tennis & pickleball activities only. Skateboarding, roller blading, biking, etc. is strictly prohibited.

Hours of Use: FCCSA tennis & pickleball courts are available to members by clicking on appointment plus below to schedule a court or if the court is not scheduled then on a first come, first serve basis. Courts are reserved for FCCSA approved lessons, leagues and tournaments.

Sunday- Saturday: 7 days a week from 7:00 am- 11:00 pm. Court lights are set on timers to come on at dusk and go off at 11:00 pm. * Please note: Currently (10/21/2020) there are no lights at the pickleball courts. The date the lights will be installed is yet TBD.

Please note:  During the COVID-19 health crisis, in accordance with Governor Abbott’s executive order GA-18, the following are the minimum recommended health protocols for all individuals engaging in outdoor sports in Texas:

Self -screen before playing in an outdoor sport for any of the following, new or worsening signs or symptoms of possible COVID-19:

  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain
  • Shortness of breath of difficulty breathing
  • Having a fever equal to or greater than 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Diarrhea
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Chills or repeated shaking with chills
  • Know close contact with someone who is lab confirmed to have COVID-19

the virus that causes COVID-19 is still circulating in our communities.  We should continue to observe practices that protect everyone, including those who are most vulnerable.

Thank you for your continued cooperation.

Tennis Courts

Pickleball Courts

Leagues and Lessons: FCCSA reserves tennis & pickleball courts for First Colony tennis leagues and  tennis & pickleball lessons. The lesson and league schedule is posted for your convenience at each court location.

Instruction of private tennis & pickleball lessons are strictly prohibited unless approved through the First Colony Parks and Recreation Dept. First Colony Parks and Recreation Dept. must approve all organized tennis lessons, leagues, tournaments and programs.

To report problems please contact FCCSA at (281) 634-9555 to report any damaged equipment of facilities. Please report vandals or trespassers to Sugar Land Police Dept. at (281) 275-2500.

Lexington Colony – 1314 Sheffield
Features: 4 lighted tennis courts, 2 pickleball courts (unlighted at this time, 10/20/2020, but lights will be installed) playground, neighborhood pool, picnic tables with grills, and park benches. Bathrooms are available through the gate with your tennis key.

Woodstream – 3301 Larkwood
Features: 2 lighted tennis courts, neighborhood pool, and picnic tables. Bathrooms are available with your tennis key.

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New Tennis & Pickleball Court Scheduler- AppointmentPLUS

First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) has a tennis & pickleball court reservation system. AppointmentPlus will allow residents to schedule a tennis court or pickleball court that meets their needs. No more first come first serve, unless the court has not been reserved online. FCCSA approved tennis lessons and leagues will be scheduled in the system as well and will continue to take precedent. No resident will be allowed to reserve more than one court on any given day in order to give all residents an opportunity to play.

Click on the link below. You will need to create an account when you visit the first time. After you register, FCCSA will be notified and then will confirm that you are a resident of FCCSA. After we confirm your residence, you will be able to start reserving a court. Please allow until the next business day for us to confirm your registration if you register after hours or over the weekend.  Limit 2 registrations per household.

Residents must have a key to access the tennis courts. A tennis court key can be issued at the office for a $20 refundable deposit, payable by check only.

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Heritage Colony Clubhouse

The Heritage Colony Clubhouse is available to members of FCCSA to rent. It is great for bridal showers, birthday parties, graduation parties and much more! For more information or to check availability call (281) 634-9555. To reserve the clubhouse you must come to the office with a deposit check.

Clubhouse location: 3320 Double Lake
Missouri City, TX 77459

Amenities: Kitchen with full size refrigerator, five (5) banquet size tables and thirty (30) chairs. Access to the pool area during the summer season is available for additional charge.

Capacity: 40 people maximum
Security deposit: $225.00 (deposit is refundable if there is no damage)

Rental fee: $30.00 an hour (2-hour minimum) Processing Fee: $25.00 fee for all rentals altered/changed or cancelled less than 48 hours’ notice of rental date.

Oyster Creek Boathouse

The Oyster Creek Boathouse is located at 15910 Creekbend Dr., Sugar Land, TX 77478. Members can check-out a kayak at the boathouse on Saturdays and Sundays.  Open from

June 6 – October 25, 2020.

The boathouse hours of operation:
Saturdays & Sundays open from 8 am – 12 pm and 4 pm – 7 pm.
Holidays: same as weekends.

You must be 21 years or older to check-out a kayak. Rowers under 21 must be accompanied by an adult. There is no cost to check-out a kayak for FCCSA members. You must have a current FCCSA pool tag as proof of residency.

Life jackets will be provided but if you have your own, please bring it.

Kayak and Paddleboard Programs

Parks & Trails

The parks and trails in FCCSA are open to all residents. Below is a list of all parks and trails, and their locations.  Playgrounds are open again as of 6/16/2020.

  • Austin Meadows- Austin Meadows Lane – Newly Renovated 2020   (located at 4100-4176 Austin Meadow Drive, Sugar Land, 77479 (address from Google).  It is off Elkins Road and Summer Hill Drive in the Austin Meadow neighborhood).
  • Colony Meadow I- Colony Oaks Drive
  • Colony Meadows II- Colony Glen Court
  • Crescent Lakes- Oxbow
  • Heritage Colony- Double Lake
  • Lakefield- Lakefield Way – Newly Renovated – 2020
  • Lakes of Austin Park- end of Lakefield Blvd
  • Lakes of Edgewater- Vista Lake Drive
  • Oaks of Alcorn- Bayou Bend Court
  • Plantation Bend- Cypress Run Drive
  • Plantation Creek- Plantation Colony Drive
  • Riverbend North- Nails Creek Drive
  • The Enclave- Branch View Lane
  • Crescent Lakes Jogging Trail- 4777 Oxbow
  • Woodstream Trail- Larkwood
    Trail Markers
FCCSA Community Map

More Amenities….

Aquatic Center Amenities

  • 2 Bocce Ball Courts
  • 2 Sand Volleyball Courts
  • Disc Golf
  • Picnic Tables
  • Drinking Fountains
  • 23 Acre Lake
    • Non-motorized boats are permitted on lakes. Fishing is permitted in common areas. Fish populations include bass, catfish, and perch. Lakes are stocked with fish based on measured population.