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Board Meeting The next Watters Crossing meeting of Board Officers is Monday, April 20th, 2020 at 7:00PM Meeting will be via conference call: +1 (978) 990-5000 USA, Access Code: 347221# online meeting ID: mshisko Online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/mshisko. NOTE: Joining online permits video. Homeowners are welcome to attend any meeting. TO ATTEND A BOARD MEETING; AGENDA
ACC Meeting The next meeting of the Architectural Control Committee will be on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at the Watters Crossing Clubhouse at 7:00 PM. Visit the Architectural Control Page for details and view the procedure for submitting requests. Meeting is cancelled TO ATTEND AN ACC MEETING: AGENDA

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Bounce For Fun

Choice Air Care

Duck Fence

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Manders Maintenance

Nine Band Brewing

  Plano Tree Care

  Robert Burns Pool Maintenance

Mary Kuykendall, Keller Williams Realty

Michelle Massi, Ebby Halliday Realty


Easter Egg Hunt

Announcement Regarding Your Watters Crossing Homeowners Association and Amenities
(UPDATED 4/1/2020)

Residents –

In an effort to comply with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance in social distancing we are implementing the following for the Community and its Amenities.

  • Social Activities – All social activities will be postponed or cancelled through April 12 and will be reevaluated as events unfold. This includes the Easter Egg Hunt originally scheduled for April 11.
  • The Clubhouse will be closed and all access controls will be disabled through April 30. Clubhouse access will be reevaluated as events unfold, with the possibility of the closure being extended.
  • Clubhouse Reservations – All reservations for group activities at the Clubhouse will be cancelled through April 30. Reservation payments and deposits will be refunded
  • The date for opening of the two pools has yet to be determined.
  • The tennis court is currently closed.
  • Both WCHOA Playgrounds are currently closed.
  • All dates are subject to change.

We appreciate your understanding in light of the recent events.

Thank you,

Watters Crossing Homeowners Association
Board of Directors

Information on Texas Neighborhood Coalition

Read further updates on the Texas Neighborhood Coalition and STRs including the cancellation of the Committee Hearing of STRs by Click Here.

Vandalism Cost Each One of Us

When our kids do this, it costs us from our dues. These shots are from the Phase II Playground which has a Gaga Pit. The Gaga Pit was a 2016 Eagle Scout project. The adjacent sign explains the rules and will be replaced soon.

Vandalism Cost Each One of Us (Part 2)

Apparently, after our posting of the damage done at the Gaga Pit in the Phase III Park, the vandals felt more damage was necessary. They then returned to finish destroying the sign.These signs are not lightweight and such damage would take some time and cause considerable noise. If anyone has information on this damage, please email board@watterscrossing.com so we can have a conversation with the parents. It is regrettable to spend your dues monies on such damage.

Architectural Control Process Changes Complete; Violations Now Managed by NMI

The Watters Crossing HOA has been most fortunate thru the years in having many volunteers to step up and fill openings on the Architectural Control Committee. Since turnover from the developer in 1998, the five spots have continually been filled. Recent events; however, including an ever-increasing ACC workload and members being confronted and threatened, have resulted in the decision of the Board to contract the violation responsibilities of the ACC to NMI Management. The transition to NMI is complete and homeowners should see very little difference. Read more…

Thanks to Holiday Social 2019 Volunteers and Sponsors

The Watters Crossing annual Holiday Social was very well attended this year. Back were the giant snow globe, the s’mores station, and the hayride. A professional photographer provided finished photos for those seeing Santa.
We want to thank all the volunteers for helping to make Watters Crossing a fun place to live. These people, your neighbors, are what makes our neighborhood such a great place. Without them, we would have no functions.

Steven Kerrigan Mary Kuykendall Joyce Paul
Don Hill Marie Hill Gary Patterson
Amy Lee Jon Lee Neil D’Cunha
Jodi Sekula Patsy Goodwin Rebecca Herbig
Laura Patterson Callie Fortune Dick Erickson
Pete March Doug Goclano Christina Mackey
Katie Armstrong Leroy Foster Steve Sekula
Lisa Moore Sharon Wigder Aubrey Moore
Dave Tanner Cathy Erickson Lauren Kerrigan
Trent Armstrong Bill Perman Larry Ciske
Beatrice Meade Ramon Meade Michelle Massi
Mike Shisko Steve McDermott Laura McDermott
Vernonica Luna Ed Goodwin Debbie Perman
Brian Mackey Jeff Fortune Gladice Wallraven
Ethan Mackey Richard Sheldon Marty Wigder


Steve and Laura McDermott for taking two hours to bake pretzels prior to the party and to Cathy Erickson for joining them to finish up.

Christina Mackey for assembling s’mores kits prior to the party.

Mike Shisko for providing the holiday music.

Doug Goclano for picking up the kegs and ice.

Bill Walls for donation of wine for event.

Pete March for finding such a great Santa.

We regret if we missed anyone, especially any that were cleaning up at the end of the night, but do know that you are appreciated.

Remember that Watters Crossing relies on Volunteers to operate. Volunteers are always needed and if you wish to volunteer for any social event or committee, please contact secretary@watterscrossing.com


Finally, we want to thank our sponsors for all they do for us. Their continued support helps us put on such great community events. We ask homeowners of Watters Crossing to support these sponsors.

Aaron at Plano Tree Care, for again sponsoring the event. Their generous donation funded many of the activities at the Social. Thanks for your continued support of our community!

Wayne, at Nine Band Brewing, for the donation of three kegs of adult beverages.

Paul at Bounce for Fun, for multiple discounts on our rentals.
Plano Tree Care Offering Discount

Tree Trimming Plano Tree Care is offering 10% off for preventative tree trimming to the homeowners within Watters Crossing. Let us get your trees ready for winter. We are here to help and would love the opportunity to work with you. Call 214-502-837

Dogs, Dog Leashes, and Dog Poo

The WCHOA Board continues to receive complaints concerning dogs. We are asking for everyone with dogs to be aware and considerate of your neighbors. Read more…

Cars, Trucks, Garages, and More

The ACC typically receives complaints, comments, and concerns regarding on-street parking. The Declaration of of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of Watters Crossing permits on-street parking of licensed motor vehicles. Note that boats, trailers, and recreational vehicles may never be parked on any street within Watters Crossing unless actively loading or unloading.
With that said, we would ask all homeowners to be mindful of their neighbors:

  • Avoid parking directly at an intersection, alley entrance, or stop sign which creates blind spots for turning drivers
  • Avoid parking directly opposite another car on your street as it creates both blind spots and difficulty for passing vehicles
  • Avoid, where possible, parking on Bel Air Drive; this street is heavily traveled by pedestrians (with kids and dogs) using the Hike and Bike trail. It also passes a number of areas of congestion including the Clubhouse, the Clubhouse Pool, the tennis court, three parks, and a school crossing.
Finally, while the Covenants permit on-street parking, Section 4.4 does restrict garage usage to parking of motor vehicles:

Section 4.4 Garage Required. Each Residence shall have a two-car garage conforming with then-applicable City zoning ordinances and codes, and the garage must conform in design and materials with the main structure of the Residence. No garage shall be converted to living space or used in any manner so as to preclude the parking of two automobiles therein, except for temporary usage as part of the sales facilities contained in any model homes constructed by a home builder.

Garrage  Your Car Called and Wants its Garage Back.

  Two car garages cannot be adapted to other usages, such as storage, an exercise area, or   permanent workshop. They must be maintained to hold two vehicles. Any usage that prevents   the usage as intended of holding two vehicles is a violation of the Covenants.

We do appreciate everything homeowners do to help keep our neighbor attractive and safe to travel.

Easter Egg Hunt CANCELLED Clubhouse Grounds CANCELLED
Pools Open Delayed till future date Neighbourhood Delayed
Spring Yard Sale CANCELLED Neighborhood CANCELLED
First Friday Film Friday, July 3 Phase I/ Clubhouse Pool 8:30PM
First Friday Film Friday, July 3 Phase I/ Clubhouse Pool 8:30PM
SPLASH! 2020 Saturday, August 22 Phase II / Newport Pool 3:00PM-11:00PM
First Friday Film Friday, September 4 Phase I/ Clubhouse Pool 8:30PM
Spring Party is now Fall Fest Saturday, September 12 Clubhouse Grounds 4:00PM-10:00 PM
Annual Homeowner's Meeting Sunday, Septempber 13 Clubhouse 1:00PM-3:00PM
Fall Yard Sale Saturday, September 26 Neighborhood 8:00AM-3:00PM
Pools Close Thursday, October 1 Neighborhood 10:00PM
Dog SPLASH! Saturday, October 3 Phase I / Clubhouse Pool 12:00PM-3:00PM
Kids' Halloween Party Sunday, October 25 Clubhouse Grounds 2:00PM-4:30PM
Holiday Social Friday, December 4 Clubhouse 6:00PM-10:00PM
Judging for Holiday Lights Award Week of December 15 Neighborhood 7:00PM
  • WCHOA Board Meets 3rd Monday of every month.
  • The ACC meets the last Tuesday of every odd numbered month.
  • WCHOA Playgroup meets every Friday.

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WCHOA Crime Watch


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.

Watters Crossing Assessment Collection Policy

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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?

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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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