Duties of your Panther Creek Estates HOA Board
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Could you imagine the above happening in Panther Creek Estates? The Parkcrest Place HOA in Arlington is currently fighting with the city over who is responsible for repairing a large section of fence that has fallen over due to erosion. At this point it will cost the HOA approximately $73,000 (about $700 per resident) just to repair the fallen fence, and that does not include the cost to reinforce and maintain the creek so that it doesn't happen again.
The Panther Creek Estates HOA Board is responsible for many things and one of those being to monitor potential problem areas within Panther Creek Estates; including those areas where PCE property borders the City of Frisco property. The PCE board communicates with the City of Frisco with regards to those areas to ensure there are contingency plans in place should a situation like the above mentioned occur within our community. Your PCE HOA board also does preventative maintenance in those areas to help prevent significant issues from arising.
Below is a list of the major areas your PCE HOA board monitors and that our HOA dollars go towards maintaining.
- The two bridges over the creek on the greenbelt between Luckenbach and Seguin.
- A retaining wall along the creek and the several bends that are monitored for erosion.
- The brick wall at Honey Grove.
- The block walls at all of our entrances.
- The green spaces and landscaping at all of our entrances.
- The ponds at our Hillsboro entrance.
- The greenbelts that run throughout our neighborhood.
Careful monitoring and preventative maintenance of these areas and budget management should help limit any huge special assessments from being charged to the PCE residents.
This is just one example of the many things your PCE HOA Board does in order to maintain our beautiful community. Please feel free to join us at our monthly board meetings if you'd like to know more about what we do!