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Board Meeting The next Watters Crossing meeting of Board Officers is Monday, June 18th, 2018 at the Clubhouse at 7:00 PM. Homeowners are welcome to attend any meeting. We ask that if you wish to attend, you please email secretary@watterscrossing.com accordingly.
ACC Meeting The next meeting of the Architectural Control Committee will be on Tuesday, June 26th, 2018 at the Watters Crossing Clubhouse at 7:00 PM. Visit the Architectural Control Page for details and view the procedure for submitting requests. (April 24th, 2018 ACC meeting is cancelled)

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Watters Crossing

Bounce For Fun

Choice Air Care

Card My Yard

Duck Fence

  Environment Control

Fresh Coat Painters

Lon Smith Roofing

Manders Maintenance

  Plano Tree Care
  214-502-8375

  Robert Burns Pool Maintenance

Triumph Roofing

Mary Kuykendall

Pond Dredging Scheduled

Pond dredging at the Phase I Pond / Bel Air Drive and Watters Crossing Drive has been scheduled to begin approximately Monday, June 25. Dredging should take approximately 3-5 days. We ask all homeowners living on Edgemont Court, or residents visiting the pond, to avoid parking on Edgemont Court during this period.

A BIG Thanks to Spring Party 2018 Volunteers

The Watters Crossing Spring Party 2018 was a huge success. We had great weather and a great turnout. Your Spring Party is possible due to the many volunteers who helped plan, set-up, and work during the party, and clean up. We want to give a big THANKS to all those volunteers here for helping to make Watters Crossing a great neighborhood and a fun place to live.

Ed Goodwin Marty Wigder Len Catanach
Sharon Wigder Christina Mackey Pam Catanach
Mike Shisko Brian Mackey Joyce Paul
Neil D’Cunha Michelle Massi Lauren Kerrigan
Brian Bull Patsy Goodwin Justin Wallraven
Alex Bull Tuan Bui Trent Armstrong
Monica Bull Pete March Rebecca Herbig
Steven Kerrigan Mandee Markee Leroy Foster
Dave Tanner Kyle Markee Larry Ciske
Mary Kuykendall Doug Goclano Rocky Carpenter
Jeff Fortune Scott Welch Kim Carpenter
Jeff Clark Hady Salama Katie Armstrong
Ann-Marie Gustafsson Joe Smith Kendyl Glanz
Julissa Estrada Martha Pursley Mary Cyrus
Rich Komarov Albert Estrada Happy Komarov
Tracey Walls Brittany Halterman Dylan D’Cunha
Laura Patterson Casey Luna Callie Fortune
Ali Otterbine Molly Laskowitz Veronica Luna
Scott Neuf Melissa Hewson Ashley Moshell
Carla Thompson Nhi Nha Bui Albert Ramos
Jeremy Paul Tanner Markee

A BIG THANKS TO:
  • Christina Mackey and Brian Mackey for volunteering three hours in a hot clubhouse baking pretzels for the party.
  • Lauren Kerrigan for working with the food truck reps months prior to the party so we had great food.
  • Pete March for delivering pop, water, and kids drinks.
  • Pete March and Doug Goclano for delivering six kegs of beer.
  • Your Board, Michelle Massi, Mike Shisko, Mary Kuykendall, and Albert Ramos, for their support and for staffing the Welcome Booth for 3 hours.

Remember that Watters Crossing is a completely self-managed HOA. There is no management firm involved in your HOA. Volunteers are always needed and if you wish to volunteer, please contact secretary@watterscossing.com or acc@watterscrossing.com

Watters Crossing Spring Party 2018 Sponsor Support

We want to thank our many sponsors of Spring Party 2018. Thanks for your continued support of our community!

Manders Maintenance
Manders Maintenance has been caring for Watters Crossing common areas for over 20 years. They also work with homeowners within Watters Crossing for private installations.

Plano Tree Care - 469-628-3431
Plano Tree Care has been trimming and removing dead / fallen trees in Watters Crossing for years. Contact Aaron Benzene for private tree trimming / pruning.

Duck Fence The owners of Duck Fence have lived in Watters Crossing for years. Duck has installed many private fences in Watters Crossing and maintains our perimeter fences.

Bounce For Fun Bounce For Fun is the provider of inflatables and much of the entertainment for the Spring Party. Contact Ed or Millie for your party needs.

Triumph Roofing The crew of Brad Sanders at Triumph Roofing installed our most recent roofs on the Clubhouse and pool cabanas,

Fresh Coat Painting Fresh Coat Painting provides painting services for the Clubhouse and Pool Cabanas. They have also painted all 101 of the Watters Crossing lamp posts,

Lon Smith Roofing A new sponsor for Watters Crossing and we appreciate the support

Environment Control Our clean restrooms at both pools and Clubhouse cleaning is provided by Environment Control.

Choice Air of McKinney A new sponsor, Choice Air of McKinney is also the sponsor of our First Friday Films throughout pool season.

Burns Pool Service - 214-929-7665
Robert Burns tends to both Watters Crossing pools on a daily basis.

Card My Yard Ross and Ashley Moshell live in Watters Crossing and provide our welcome signing. You’ve probably seen some of the installations around the neighborhood.

Many of our sponsors have been with us for years. Look to them as a first stop when shopping for any of these services.

First Friday Films At the Clubhouse Pool

A new movie is shown the First Friday of every month during pool season. Bring your cooler (no glass please) and come to the Clubhouse Pool for swimming and a movie. Movies start at approximately 8:30 PM. CLICK HERE for the 2018 Movie Schedule.
First Friday Films are sponsored by Choice Air of McKinney

ACC Expedited Review of Replacement Roofs

Please be aware that all roof replacements must be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) prior to work commencing. It is not necessary to wait until the next scheduled ACC meeting for review. Roof replacements are typically expedited by the ACC. Please utilize the Roof Replacement Form at www.watterscrossing.com for expediting a review. Note that roofs planned in the color "Weathered Wood" will be approved within two days. All other colors will require a color photo or link. The online forms permit the uploading of photos with plans.

All contractor yard signs are PROHIBITED by the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of Watters Crossing. The installation of such signs will result in cancellation of the approval of your project. Please instruct your contractor accordingly.

Pools Are Now Open

Your existing pool card is needed for access to either pool. Replacement cards for lost or misplaced cards can be obtained by sending an email to poolaccess@watterscrossing.com There is a $25 charge for replacement cards. Cards are limited to ONE per home address. Continue reading pool rules

My Pool Card Doesn’t Work

If your pool card fails to open the gate at either of the two pools, please contact poolaccess@watterscrossing.com

A BIG THANKS to Cub Scout Pack 708

Cub Scout Pack 708 has pitched in to help in the neighborhood in the past. And they were back this week to clean trash and debris from several areas of the neighborhood, including creek beds. The WCHOA appreciates their efforts in helping to keep Watters Crossing a great looking place in which to live. Pack 708 includes Connor, Conrad, Hudson, Ben, Ishaan, Will, Zayd, Aditya, Noah, and Landon.

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Flag Installation Fundraiser by
The Kiwanis Club of Allen

FLAGS Display your American pride during each national holiday with an American Flag placed in your yard.  Kiwanis provide the flag, set it up and take it down.

This is an opportunity to honor our country and support our Armed Forces with a beautiful American Flag in your yard for seven (7) flag holidays a year.  When you sign up, Kiwanis will install a plastic sleeve flush with the ground near the curb in the front yard to accommodate a pole mounted 3’ X 5’ flag.

Flags are installed for these holidays and picked up the following day: Presidents Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Patriot Day, and Veterans Day

For further information, CLICK HERE.

Signs Within Our Neighborhood

Political Signs
With a primary election scheduled for March 6, 2018, political signs are popping up in Watters Crossing. Size and types of signs permitted are outlined in the Texas Property Code. These cannot be installed more than 90 days prior to the election date and must be removed within ten days of the election date.

Realtor Signs
A home is permitted one (1) For Sale sign no larger than five square feet. Realtor guidance on signing is shown in the Realtor link at www.watterscrossing.com Realtor signs and open house signs installed in the entrance monuments will be removed.

Yard Sale Signs
Signs for yard sales, yards, sales, etc. are never permitted within Watters Crossing. We urge homeowners to participate in one or more of the two annual Community Wide Yard Sales which your HOA schedules each year. In 2018, these sales are Saturday, May 5 and Saturday, September 22. All yard sale signs installed at other times will be removed.

Contractor Signs
Signs for all contractors, trades, etc, are never permitted within Watters Crossing and will be removed.

Tree Trimming

We urge all residents to ensure that any contractor they are hiring for tree trimming is reputable and knowledgeable in their trade. We continue to see trees that have been trimmed in a less than professional manner. Professionals:

  • Will not leave stubs and stumps on a tree
  • Will not “top” a tree
  • Will not leave all limbs and debris for you to remove from the property

Be wary of anyone stopping at your door who “happens to be in the neighborhood” and will trim your trees for a reduced rate. Be especially concerned if a contractor’s intent is to leave limbs in your alley. The City will generally not remove these unless they are cut to specific sizes and bundled.

We also remind all homeowners that all trees within Watters Crossing are improvements to the property, and the neighborhood in general. Indeed, realtors continue to tell us that potential homebuyers always comment on the tree canopy within Watters Crossing and how desirable it is. Any proposed tree removal is to be submitted for review by the Architectural Control Committee for compliance with the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions. There are a number of areas within our neighborhood with specific requirements concerning trees, hence the necessary review.

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Is Your Sidewalk in Need of Repairs?

The ACC has received inquiries concerning sidewalk repairs. Sidewalk repair is generally a shared opportunity between the individual homeowner and the City of Allen:

  • The sidewalk in front (or on the side) of your house parallel to the street is the responsibility of the homeowner with the City of Allen shairing the repair. Repair is shared 50 / 50.
  • The sidewalk from the above sidewalk to your front door is the homeowner’s responsibility. Repair is 100% homeowner.

The Sidewalk Repair Program is outlined at www.cityofallen.org We urge all homeowners who may have tripping hazards in front of their homes to pursue the Sidewalk Repair Program with the City.
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Satellite Dish Installations Requiring ACC Review

Satellite dishes are popping up in Watters Crossing, many having not been reviewed and currently in violation of the Covenants. If you have a recently installed dish or a dish installed on a side roof, please read further information Click Here

Drivers on Bel Air Drive:Slow Down!

The WCHOA continues to receive complaints of speeding on Bel Air Drive. In some instances, specific cars and addresses have been indentified. We urge any homeowner who witnesses a speeding incident, running a stop sign, etc to call the City of Allen Police non-emergency number, 214-509-4321

The HOA has communicated on several occasions with the City regarding this issue. Most recently, the mobile speed limit sign was located at the southern end of Bel Air Drive. Also in that area, a survey was conducted of the speeds of all vehicles.

We would remind all that Bel Air Drive is not a highway, but a residential street with a 30 MPH speed limit. Traveling the length of Bel Air Drive will take you thru two stop signs, one traffic signal, one city park, two private parks, two school zones and the Clubhouse. Along most of the length of Bel Air Drive is the hike and bike trail used by pedestrians, many with dogs and / or children, and bikers.

We have a great neighborhood. Let’s remember all the others that are using Bel Air Drive, many on foot, and slow down. Bel Air Drive is a residential street, not a highway.

Tool Time Volunteers Needed

The lead for Tool Time was recently taken over by Steven Kerrigan. Steven replaces Don Hill who has been a volunteer for Watters Crossing for years, most recently as Tool Time Leader. A BIG THANKS to Don for all his help in the past and for continueing to volunteer. Steven is looking for a few volunteers for his Tool Time Team. Volunteers are needed for minor repairs and projects throughout Watters Crossing. If you can donate a few hours here and there, please email Steven at tooltime@watterscrossing.com

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Neighbors United Against Widening of Alma Drive

Representing Watters Crossing in the Neighbors United drive is Steve Jones. Further information on this campaign can be viewed HERE. Further questions can be directed to neighborsunitedinfo@watterscrossing.com

2018 EVENTS FOR RESIDENTS OF WATTERS CROSSING
Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 31
Easter Sunday Sunday, April 1
Volunteer Appreciation Night Friday, April 6th
Pools Open Tuesday, May 1
Spring Yard Sale Saturday, May 5
Semi-Annual Homeowner's Meeting Sunday, May 6
Spring Party Saturday, May 12
Mothers Day Sunday, May 13
Fathers' Day Sunday, June 17
SPLASH! 2018 Saturday, August 11
Fall Yard Sale Saturday, September 22
Pools Close Sunday, October 1
Halloween Party Sunday, October 28
Semi-Annual Homeowner's Meeting Sunday, November 4
Holiday Social Friday, November 30
Judging for Holiday Lights Award Week of December 16
  • WCHOA Board Meets 3rd Monday of every month.
  • ACC meets last Tuesday of every month.
  • WCHOA Playgroup meets every Friday.

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WCHOA broadcasts, via E-mail, newsletters, important bulletins, events, and developments that may affect our community. This is the fastest way to disseminate information throughout our neighborhood.

Any information you provide remains confidential and undistributed.
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WCHOA Crime Watch

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To report suspicious, non-life threatening activity, please phone the City of Allen Non-Emergency number at 214-509-4321

Also, please visit the link below for further information:
City of Allen Police Community Relations

To ask a question concerning recent illegal activity within Watters Crossing, or to inquire regarding any rumors which you may have heard, please email crimewatch@watterscrossing.com. Your letter will go to the Watters Crossing Crime Watch Leader, who, in consultation with the City of Allen Police, will determine if the community should be alerted via the Watters Crossing web site and Watters Crossing email.

Crime Watch Tips

  • Make sure doors and windows are locked.
  • Make sure shades or window covers are closed when leaving the house.
  • Make sure alarm systems are set, operating properly and monitored.
  • Close garage door when you are out of the garage.
  • Make sure vehicles are locked when vacant
  • Do not leave valuables of any type in vehicles
Know your neighbor and look out for each other in a helpful way.

Report a Streetlight Problem

Streetlights in Watters Crossing are not maintained by your Homeowners Association. They belong to, and are maintained, by Oncor Electric. Problems, including lamps not working, can be reported online at

www.oncor.com Phone calls can also be placed to.

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WCHOA Volunteers

Tool Time Volunteers

Please visit the Volunteer Page for more details about these positions.

Welcoming Committee

New homeowners receive welcome packets from our Welcoming Committee. Information can be obtained at welcoming@watterscrossing.com

Tennis Court Access

The code for the tennis court gate is located in the Members Only portion of the website

Did You Know?

Trash and Recycle Polycarts must be removed the night of trash pick-up day to an area not visible to any street. Additional information is HERE.

Questions or Problems?

Information for questions or problems for Watters Crossing Residents Click Here

Save Your Pool Cards

Please remember to retain your Pool Access Cards  for future use..  Pool cards will NOT be reissued.  The cost of a replacement card is $25 and is limited to one card per address.  For replacement cards, please email: poolaccess@watterscrossing.com

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