History of signs

In the early 1970's, the Woodlands Homeowners began monthly meetings. The Woodlands was a two (2) golf course, adult community comprised of eight (8) individual sections with single family homes. CHILDREN were only permitted in Section Two, Section Three and Section Four.

The WHOA (Woodlands Homeowners Association) created an Architectural Committee to enforce the Deed Restrictions. An offshoot of this committee was the Woodlands Beautification Committee which in conjunction with Woodlands Country Club had three (3) entrance signs installed around the entrances on Rock Island Road, Woodlands Boulevard, and White Oak Lane. The maintenance of said signs was the responsibility of the Woodlands Country Club. 

The WHOA undertook this task when the Club was sold to Clublink, and the signs became the responsibility of the section where it was placed. The present WHOA has over the past few years replaced and painted the three signs in unison. However, the trimming and cutting of the plantings is the responsibility of the section housing it.