Community E-News | 05.08.2020
Manager's Message
The world has changed quite a bit since our last e-newsletter, and I hope this message finds you and your family safe and healthy.
 
While many of you are spending more time at home right now, we're seeing a lot more work being done on residences throughout the community - from staining fences to adding landscaping to taking on some of those home improvement projects you have been putting off. Most importantly, remember that any exterior changes to your home must be approved by the Association's Modifications Committee. This includes new paint, major changes to your landscaping plan, or adding/removing any trees. This is to ensure your home is in compliance with your community's standards, and will allow you to make the changes without receiving a violation letter and possible fines in the future for non-compliance.
 
The Application Form can be found here . If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out at jpatterson@ccmcnet.com

Jamie
Covenants Corner
Covenant Enforcement is an important tool in your community. It allows your Association to enforce certain appearance and maintenance guidelines to protect your investment, your home. By maintaining your property's appearance, it positively affects the homes around you.
 
  • Your community is inspected bi-weekly, which means a member of your Community Management Team visits the community and drives down each street, ensuring compliance for each home along the way.
  • The primary role is not enforcement, but education! If you get a letter from the Association, you'll see it's labeled "Courtesy Reminder." This is to educate the homeowner on what was found and how it can be corrected. This is the first step in a series of notices that get sent for non-compliance.
  • Immediate action is not always seen when a violation is reported. The by-laws, as well as the Texas Property Code, allow for certain curation times for a violation to be corrected. So, while you might be saying "why hasn't this been fixed yet?" it could be somewhere in the process.
  •  If you see a slow-moving vehicle in the community utilizing an iPad and making notes, this could be your management team performing community standards inspections or making a home inspection prior to a re-sale. Wave and introduce yourself!
 
Questions about your Community Standards? Check out your community website here , which includes links to your Association documents.
City News & Updates
While we do our best to communicate updates from the City of Frisco and Collin County it's always best to get connected directly, Below, you will find some great links to help you get started and stay connected.

City of Frisco website : https://www.friscotexas.gov
Collin County website : https://www.collincountytx.gov
Prosper ISD website : https://www.prosper-isd.net

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´╗┐Jamie Patterson, CMCA
Community Manager
jpatterson@ccmcnet.com I (469) 246-3507
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