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Seis Lagos
Community News
HOA Board of Directors
Click here to view the 2018-2019 Board of Directors
Welcome Kayla Hainer & Melissa Pittana to the Board!

Next HOA Board Meeting -
July 9, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the Clubhouse
Click here to view the Agenda

Next ACC Meeting -
July 8, 2018 at 6:30 PM in the HOA Conference Room
HOA Office will be Closed the week of
July 16th - July 20th
4th of July was a HUGE Success!! Thank you to all that helped make July 4th AMAZING!!
Seis Lagos Pool Rules

  • The pool is restricted to community residents and their guest. Only 2 guests allowed per resident (with the exception of the Cabana Rental).
  • All Glass objects are PROHIBITED in the gated area
  • No running in the gated area
  • Music to be played at a minimum
  • No pets allowed in the gated area
  • No smoking, E-cigarettes, or vaping in the gated area
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Drunkenness or obscenity will not be tolerated
  • Swimmers with open wounds or communicable diseases are not allowed in the pools
  • All swimmers must wear proper swimwear
  • No tampering with pool equipment
  • One person on the diving board at a time
  • One person on the slide at a time
  • No one allowed on the lifeguard stand except the lifeguard

Swim at your own risk. 
Management assumes no liability for injuries or accidents that might occur.

The lifeguards and HOA are not responsible for items left at the pool.
All homeowners are to keep their lot (front & back) mowed and maintained to its condition when new.

Article VIII, Section 1: Except as otherwise herein provided for maintenance of Lots and improvements thereon by the Association, each Owner shall maintain and care for all trees, plants, foliage on his Lot, and otherwise keep his Lot and all improvements thereon in conformity to its condition when new.  However, no owner shall injure, remove or destroy any tree planted on any Lot by the Declarant of the Association, without the approval of the ACC.
All exterior improvements, updates, landscaping, removing & replanting trees/shrubs, pools, exterior painting, concrete work, roofs, patios, pergolas, fire pits, rod iron fences, etc. need to be approved by the ACC PRIOR to the construction date.  

The ACC meets the second Sunday of every month at 6:30 PM in the HOA Conference room. All meetings are open and homeowners with submission forms are encouraged to attend.

Please contact the HOA office to be placed on the ACC agenda. 972-442-3000

Click here for ACC Submission Form.  
Dirt Bikes, Motorbikes, ATV's & Similar Vehicles are PROHIBITED
 in and on the Properties of Seis Lagos

Below is the section from the Seis Lagos Covenants that pertains to these vehicles. 

Article VII, Section 39
Permitted Uses and Restrictions
Page 40 of the Covenants of Seis Lagos

Motorbikes.  No trail bikes, motor bikes, go-carts, motorcycles, dune buggies or similar vehicles may be used except to travel from the Properties to Farm Road 1378, and then only as a means of conveyance to and from the outside boundaries of the Properties, and not for pleasure use within the Properties.   (This includes riding on and around your property)

If you see this violation, please call the guard house (972) 442-3200.
Seis Lagos Guard House
Monday - Friday
7:00-3:00 PM Joseph Shoup
3:00-11:00 PM Kevin Burrows
11:00-7:00 AM Wayne Brewer

Saturday & Sunday
7:00-7:00 PM Natalie Cortesano
7:00-7:00 AM Pat Considine

Back Up Safety Officers:
Roy Storie
D'Ana Pedigo
Visitors & Contractors
Please notify the guard house in advance when you are expecting visitors or contractors at your home. This helps our guards direct the visitors/contractors to the appropriate address.  

Please remind your guests to stop at the guard house when entering the community.
Parking on Seis Lagos Streets
Please park all resident vehicles on the property driveway and please remind your guests to not park on both sides of the street.

Keeping open roads allows easy access for residents and emergency vehicles.