COVID-19 BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOTICE
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Kirby Creek Village Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to suspend clubhouse operations. All clubhouse rentals through the end of April 2020 have been canceled indefinitely. At the Direction of the Dallas County Health Department the Board felt this recommendation was required. All April rentals will receive a full refund.
Owners who have booked the clubhouse for May, June and July can continue to keep their reservation in place and as we receive additional direction from local and state authorities we can move forward with decisions that may or may not impact those bookings.
The Board also agreed that the BFMC Management Offices offices will no longer accept calls or email requests for future rentals until the current state of emergency has been lifted, at which time we will notify all owners we have reopened bookings.
In addition to the cancellation of all clubhouse rentals and suspension of bookings we have also closed the tennis courts indefinitely.
We understand the inconvenience this might cause owners, The health and safety of residents and our employees is of the utmost importance and therefore we must do our part to limit exposure. While we hope this is only temporary we sincerely appreciate your patience with this matter.
Please note that information regarding Covid-19 is fluid and you will continue to receive ongoing updates regarding Kirby Creek Villages efforts to work with the local and state authorities to slow the spread of the outbreak.
We will continue to update owners via this newsletter as well as post information on our website. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with questions or concerns.
Kirby Creek Village HOA is located in both Dallas and Tarrant Counties, below we have posted a link to the City of Grand Prairies site regarding their COVID-19 response as well as links to both county health websites, a link for the CDC and one for the WHO. These sites will serve as a way to educate yourself on COVID-19 and how it has impacted your city and county, as well as have access to updated information directly from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.
Thank you for your patience, we appreciate your partnership in helping keep our association safe, and we wish you good health during these unprecedented times.