Raylene Lewis


Raylene Lewis is a happily married Realtor. Her family is comprised of a loving husband, two children, a 5 year old boy and a 3 year old girl, 2 dogs, and a Parrot. Raylene has been selling realestate for the last 8 years with Century 21 and sold 123 property units in 2008. Raylene loves being a Realtor and a Mommy, and as such, she is constantly on a mission to get things done!

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Drivers in Woodcreek Need to Watch Out!

As a resident of Woodcreek, I have been very disappointed lately in the number of cars Hot-Rodding through the subdivison. A lot of this problem has to do with the fact that the Rock Prairie Road Exit is closed for the next year. This has changed and diverted traffic in all sorts of ways, one of which means an increase in the number of cars driving through Woodcreek. With the help of the subdivision’s HOA, my husband and I bought and raised 14 ducks for the Lakes in Woodcreek. Families and children love visiting the lakes, fishing, feeding the ducks and taking a stroll around the common property area. Woodcreek recently won the “Keep Brazos Beautiful Award,” and it is a shame that people in their cars are driving too fast and refusing to pay attention to what is going on around them; destroying part of the beauty of Woodcreek. Since Jan. 1, 2008 alone, 9 Woodcreek ducks have been killed by speeding motorists. There are so many children in the subdivision that also play in the common area, I truely worry for their safelty. If you are driving in ANY SUBDIVISION i.e. any place where there are houses, DRIVE SLOW & PAY ATTENTION to what is going on around you. If you accidently hit a squirl, a raccoon, a opossum or a duck, etc. you need to re-evaluate how you are driving. It could have been a child.

  1. Susan Hilton

    How about adding speed bumps, the HOA hiring off duty police officers during peak speeding times, additional signs…. Just ideas for Woodcreek…
    Have you called City Council?

  2. Raylene Lewis

    There was a decision against speed bumps that was made before I moved to the subdivision. We have asked the city for additional signage but that was denied. We have contacted the city to patrol the area more closely, which they say they are doing. Drivers need to slow down and pay attention to the road.

  3. Susan Hilton

    I agree! The Woodcreek HOA/Residents may have to go back to City Council now that the traffic pattern has changed and demand a little more help.

  4. Susan Hilton

    Heard someone was driving too fast and took out a few bushes in Woodcreek over the weekend. Any word on getting more police help with the new traffic issue?

  5. Raylene Lewis

    Another Duck Died this morning…a male mallard.

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