Nassau Bay Homes Association
"Nassau Bay, Texas ... a great place to live ... a great community"
Welcome to the Nassau Bay Homes Association! 
1120 Nasa Parkway, Suite 109
Nassau Bay, TX 77058
Office Hours: M - 8:30 am - 7:00 pm; T-F - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

The Association. NBHA was started in September 1965 to plan, improve and market Nassau Bay. Our Association is responsible for 895 residences and 17 commercial sites. We as members of this association agree to abide by the deed restrictions and to pay our allotted share of the maintenance fees. These fees are used to support the administration, entities (block wall and entrance markers) and facilities (Marina and Swimming Pool on Nassau Bay Drive and the finger piers on Upper Bay Drive).

The administration is under the direction of five directors, each elected for 2 year staggered terms. Following are the names of the administration members.

Joe Murdock  President
Mike Stimpson Vice President
Jerry Roth Secretary/Treasurer
Brad Hunter Swimming Pool Rep.
Cory Baldwin

Marina Rep.

Victor Kirklighter

Office Manager

Barbara Gorden              Admin Assistant


Board Meetings. The Board meets every third or fourth Thursday each month at 6:00pm at the NBHA office to review monthly progress and the status of association business. During November and December the meetings are typically held on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Visitors are always welcome and heard first on the agenda. The meetings under the current administration are typically relaxed and although structured, are not overly formal. 

Our next meeting will be held:

     Tuesday, December the 13th

at 6:00 pm


Deed Restrictions . The homes covered by the Nassau Bay Homes Association were built in several sections. The deed restrictions which ensure the continued value of the homes governed by the Association can be found on the Restrictions page. If you do not know the Section in which your home is located, see the Harris County Appraisal District web site. 



Hello Nassau Bay Residents!
As you know we held our election for two open spots on the Board of Trustees on Friday and the results are in.
First off we would like to send a huge Thank You to everyone that turned out to cast a vote.  Taking time out of your day to vote for the leadership in the community says that you really want to help us keep Nassau Bay great!
Second, we would like to thank all of the volunteers that applied.  As you know, our trustee positions are completely voluntary and show quite the commitment to our great community.  So HUGE Thanks go to Mike Stimpson, Brad Hunter, Brandon Billings, Michelle Micheli, and Harold Wixon for their willingness to serve.
The two spots on the NBHA Board of Trustees for 2016 were filled by Mike Stimpson and Brad Hunter.  They are returning members from the previous term.  Welcome back! 
Again, thank you to the other three candidates.  We encourage you to run again in the future.  Next year there will be three spots up for election, so please come out again then. 

By-Laws. The by-laws for the Nassau Bay Homes Association contain the rules that govern its operation. The full text is on the By-laws page.


Marina . Our marina has 38 wet slips and 51 dry slips. We are currently revitalizing the facility and are bringing it back to first class status. Visit the Marina page for a full description of the marina, hours of operation and costs for berthing your boat.

Swimming Pool .  Our swimming pool is open on weekends throughout the month of May and 6 days a week June thru August. Unless there is a holiday, the pool will be closed on Mondays.  You will need to show the lifeguard your pool pass upon entering. Pool passes are available at the NBHA office or at the pool. There is no charge for NBHA member families. Visit the pool page for hours of operation and info on adult swim.

Links. Below are two sites of value to the members to the Nassau Bay Homes Association. Close the pages to return to this site.

  • City of Nassau Bay. This site has lots of information about the city and the services it offers. contained are numerous links to local information sources.
  • Harris County Appraisal District. You can find information about the appraised value of your home and those in your neighborhood.

Announcing . Read the minutes from the last meeting of the Homes Association. Also, access other information related to your association.

2014-2015 NBHA Budget 



 HOA Information Request Form




As many of you know, yard lights are a requirement of the NBHA deed restrictions.  We try didigently to keep up with this issue, but with close to 900 residences in Nassau Bay it can prove to be quite the task.  We ask that if you at any time see a yard light that is not working, not bright enough, or missing to please contact the office and let us know.  We will keep up our efforts to take care of the issue, but feel like this assistance would go a long way in helping to fix the ongoing problem.

Thank You - NBHA Board fo Trustees.



    Brian Johnson Webmaster