Annual Meeting Recap:
Thank you to all who joined us on Tuesday evening. We miss seeing or meeting you all in person. We understand there was a slight miscommunication regarding the start time. Please accept our sincere apology. We are still navigating this new virtual world we are adapting to.
The meeting presentation is included in the newsletter and posted on the Prairie View Community website.
We had 57 residents register for the meeting and 53 attend.
The Prairie View Community has experienced considerable growth in 2020. We have 150 new neighbors! Currently Prairie View has 325 homeowners. The community will be completely built out at 460 homes.
Keep a watch for the "Call for Volunteers" coming soon as we will be adding a homeowner to the Board of Directors in the first quarter of 2021.

In other news:
  • Please remind children to use caution when riding bikes or playing outside. Watch and listen for cars for everyone's safety.
  • Please drive safely at reduced speeds. We know the traffic circles are tricky, please turn to the right and follow the proper flow of traffic.
  • Pet owners should keep their pets on a leash and clean up after their pets. There are six pet waste stations in the community with bags provided.
  • The tree stakes placed to anchor the tree can be removed once the tree is established, usually 6 to 12 months after planting. Leaving the stakes can actually damage the tree and hinder growth.
  • All exterior changes must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee. The application and fee information can be obtained from the community manager or on the community website.
  • Election day has pasted and all political signs should now be removed.
  • Yard signs advertising businesses such as roofing, landscape, lighting etc. are not permitted in the Prairie View Community. Please do not allow contractors to place signs in your yard.

Jamie Patterson
Community Manager
Community Resource Links
Covenants Corner
This week let's trash the trash. No one likes to pick up trash that does not belong to them. Please use proper trash/recycle containers and close the lids to keep trash in the bin where it belongs.

Trash and Recycle bins should be properly stored. The documents state that trash and recycle bins must be stored:
  • Inside the garage
  • Behind a fence in such a manner that the bins are not visible from any street, alley or adjacent lot.
Trash and recycle pick up day for the Prairie View Community is Friday.

All filed Community documents may be found on the Prairie View Community Website under documents.
What is happening around town
Holiday Shopping

Tis' the Season to make your list and check it twice! Shop local and support local shop owners in Frisco. Find unique gifts for everyone on your list.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.

If you love holiday lights Frisco offers several places to see Holiday Lights.
Contact Us
Jamie Patterson, CMCA
Community Manager I (469) 246-3507
Prairie View Community Association is proudly and professionally managed by CCMC