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Board Meeting The next Watters Crossing meeting of Board Officers is Monday, November 21st, 2022 at 7:00PM Homeowners are welcome to attend any meeting. TO ATTEND A BOARD MEETING; Standing Board Agenda
ACC Meeting Architectural Control Committee meets 7:00 PM last Tuesday of every odd number month. Architectural Control Page for details and view the procedure for submitting requests. TO ATTEND AN ACC MEETING: AGENDA

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Invited to the 2022 Holiday Social

Holiday Pic

  DATE: Friday, December 2

  TIME: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

  LOCATION:Watters Crossing Clubhouse Grounds

Whether you are a long-time Watters Crossing resident, or new this year to the neighborhood, please bring your family for an evening to visit with your neighbors at what many consider to be our best event

Free Snacks Ballon Artist Holiday Music
Hot Coca Snowman Bounce Santa Photos
Cold Beverages Hayride Food Truck

Food for purchase will be available at the popular returning food truck, Hot Potato. Timed entry hayride tours thru the neighborhood of holiday lights. Santa returns this year for photos.

Upon arrival, please go to the Welcome Booth for admission, a wristband, and a hayride ticket. Admission to the Holiday Social is 4 canned goods for donation to the ACO.

We are happy to say that the Watters Crossing 2022 Holiday Social is being sponsored by:
Plano Tree Care
Manders Maintenance
Travis Book, Elite Real Estate Group, Keller Williams Realty

Remember, this event is for RESIDENTS ONLY of Watters Crossing.

All activities in Watters Crossing are made possible thru volunteers. SIGN UP HERE to volunteer. Spots include concessions, hayride attendants, clean-up, and more

Support Toys for Tots Drive at Norton Elementary


  DATE: Friday, December 2

  TIME: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

  DROP LOCATION:Watters Crossing Clubhouse Holiday Social Welcome Booth

You are invited to donate new, unwrapped toys for local children (ages 0-12) for the holiday season! We will collect them at the Watters Crossing Holiday Social and add them to the Norton Elementary Toys for Tots toy drive. Your generosity for the kiddos is greatly appreciated!

Trees and the Contractors who “Trim”

We would alert homeowners to use caution when selecting anyone to trim your trees. There are many groups driving the neighborhood offering the service of “tree trimming”. Please ensure you research who you are using. Yes, you can get a lower price, but results can be a problem. Some flags to look for:

  • The contractor leaves all the limbs and debris from the trimming. The City of Allen requires that all contractors trimming trees remove from the property all trimming and debris.
  • The “trimming” results in stumps
    • Limbs should be trimmed to natural joints. When stumps are left, typically the stub will rot back to the tree. This is usually after it has sent out multiple suckers. The canopy of the tree is destroyed.
    • The overall limb structure is weakened, making the tree susceptible to ice and storm damage
On Street Parking in Watters Crossing

The Board of Directors and the Architectural Control Committee frequently receive complaints concerning on-street parking. The fact of the matter is, on street parking of licensed motor vehicles is permitted within Watters Crossing. However, the complaints concerning on-street parking are not necessarily that there are cars parked on the street, but rather the manner in which these vehicles are parked. Complaints include the number of cars parked together, cars parked on both sides of the road; cars parked too close to stop signs. These situations cause visibility issues and there is a great concern for the children here. Please be considerate of your neighbors.

With that said, we would ask all homeowners:

  • 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.
  • If on-street parking, park in front of your property, not in front of a neighbor’s home (this is a frequent complaint)
  • 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. As a main feeder street, it passes a number of areas of congestion including the Clubhouse, the Clubhouse Pool, the tennis court, three parks, and two school crossings.
  • No car can be parked in the street and covered as if in storage.
  • RVs, boats, watercraft, and trailers, can never be stored on the streets within Watters Crossing nor parked there, except for loading and unloading.

Finally, while the Covenants permit on-street parking, Section 4.4 does restrict garage usage to parking of motor vehicles. Garages must be maintained to allow for the parking of the number of vehicles inside for which they were designs. Garages cannot be adapted to other usages, such as storage, an exercise area, or permanent workshop. They must be ma0intained to hold two, or three, vehicles. Any usage that prevents the usage as intended of house vehicles is a violation of the Covenants. Note that if anything is preventing a homeowner from parking two (or three per design) vehicles within their garage, it is a violation of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of Watters Crossing. Violation notices of Section 4.4 of the Covenants have been sent in the past and will continue to be sent as we move forward.

Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, 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.
  1. Use your garage as intended and required.
  2. Use your driveway.
  3. Be mindful of your neighbor when parking on our neighborhood streets
Some ACC Reminders


The winter freeze of 2021is long over. NMI will be reviewing homeowner properties who have landscaping violations. NMI will address these on an individual basis with owners to remedy and bring yards to standards of the Covenants and ACC Guidelines. Landscaping Guidelines for foundations plants, yard beds, trees, etc are located at www.watterscrossing.com in the ACC link.

Home Improvement Reviews:

Recently, some homeowners have pursued exterior improvements with no ACC review. In some cases, costly changes had to be done by the homeowner to bring the improvements into compliance. Please be aware that all exterior improvements must be submitted to the ACC via a Project Review Form, prior to any work commencing. Please allow for sufficient time for ACC review. While most project reviews are turned around quickly, the ACC is allowed thirty (30) days for all project reviews. While not inclusive of all items, the following are typical examples of improvement which must be submitted for review:

  • Exterior painting
  • Exterior staining
  • Construction of any type
  • Window replacement
  • Roof replacement
  • Fence replacement
  • Proposals for storage sheds, playsets, and trampolines.
  • Major landscaping
Avoid costly changes to your improvement plans; submit a project review form for all improvements (and await approval) prior to commencing work.

(All dates subject to change or cancellation. Updated 11/15/2022)
Holiday Social Friday, December 2 Clubhouse 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Judging for Holiday Lights Week of December 18 Neighborhood 7:00 PM
  • WCHOA Board Meets 7:00 PM 3rd Monday of every month.
  • ACC meets 7:00 PM last Tuesday of every other month (odd numbered month).
  • WCHOA Playgroup meets every Friday.
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WCHOA Crime Watch


Pool Alert: It has been brought to our attention that there is a black market for pool equipment at the present time. Pool equipment is being stolen from backyards, even during the day. Please keep your fence locked and be aware.

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.

Welcoming Committee

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

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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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