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Board Meeting The next Watters Crossing meeting of Board Officers is Monday, September 21st, 2020 at 7:00PM 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, September 22nd, 2020 at the Watters Crossing Clubhouse at 7:00 PM. Visit the Architectural Control Page for details and view the procedure for submitting requests. TO ATTEND AN ACC MEETING: AGENDA

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New Officers Elected At Annual Meeting

The socially distanced, outside meeting was well attended by over sixty homeowners on a sunny day, September 13. Following presentation by various departments from the City of Allen, two new officers were elected to the Board of Directors. Joining present Board members Marcia Ackerman and Mike Shisko, will be Katie Armstrong and Denny Adelman. Other contenders for the Board spots were Kendyl Glanz, David Burkhalter, and Forrest Kovach. We thank all of the candidates for their involvement and support of our neighborhood.

We say goodbye to former president Michelle Massi and former Secretary Mary Kuykendall. Michelle served as Board president for several years and prior to that was a volunteer on the Architectural Control Committee. Mary has served on the Board in various capacities since moving to Watters Crossing in 1994. Both will be greatly missed.

Neighborhood Yard Sale Saturday, September 26

The Fall community-wide yard sale is Saturday, September 26. The set time is 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM rain or shine. This is one of our two annual neighborhood yard sales and is your opportunity for some house cleaning. All yard sale signing is provided by your homeowners association. Note that no yard sale signing is permitted within Watters Crossing at any other time during the year. CLICK HERE for your registration form and fee info. Questions can be directed to yardsale@watterscrossing.com

Signs Within our Neighborhood

Political Signs
Political signs are permitted within Watters Crossing with various restrictions. 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. 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.

Scouts Refurbish Gaga Pit For Reopening

The Gaga Pit at the Phase III Playground is now dressed up and ready to play. Over the weekend of May 30, Scouts, and helpers, gave back to the Watters Crossing community by cleaning up and installing five tons of sand at the popular site.

Scouts from Pack 708: Luke Glotzbach and Marco Garcia. From Troop 1914: Trent Nieghbour

Watters Crossing benefits continuously from various scouting efforts. The Gaga Pit itself is an Eagle Scout project from previous years. Many thanks to the scouts and their helpers.


COVID-19 Update Clubhouse Remains Closed (Updated 8/25/2020)

Your WCHOA regrets to announce that due to a variety of critical factors, including procedural, legal, and economic factors, a difficult decision has been made for the Clubhouse and Clubhouse Pool to remain CLOSED until further notice. Pursuant to executive orders by the Governor, and guidance offered by local authorities, legal counsel and insurance providers, severe restrictions have been imposed, and under the terms and guidelines of our liability insurance, opening of select community amenities during the current ongoing pandemic is not an option. In addition to regulatory mandates, and liability exposure for the WCHOA, it is simply not financially feasible within the constraints of our current budget. Just a few of the considerations going into this decision include required additional sanitization requirements, as well as the necessity to hire the services of a monitor to enforce occupancy limits, social distancing, and other unaffordable precautionary health measures. During this operational interruption, the expense of routine community amenity maintenance must continue along with maintenance on all other Association assets. The WCHOA Board will not entertain requests to refund or interrupt dues payments. The WCHOA Board will continue to monitor all issues contributing to this decision and communicate any updates to the Association members as soon as possible.

The Clubhouse remains closed at this time. All deposits for reservations for the month of September will be refunded.

The Clubhouse Pool remains closed at this time, due to reasons listed above and others, including:

  • There currently has been very little demand at the Newport Pool.
  • The additional cost of daily cleaning and sanitization at the Newport Pool is being offset by no housekeeping costs currently at the Clubhouse Pool. All surfaces, areas subject to contact, pool furniture, restrooms and so on are cleaned and sanitized daily at pool closure.
  • Opening of a second pool will increase COVID-19 exposures and risks.
The Tennis Court is open for residents only. No more than four residents on the court at one time. The Basketball Court is open for no more than four resident players. Playgrounds are open

The Phase II / Newport Drive Pool is open for residents only. Normal days and times apply, but at 50% capacity and COVID-19 rules in effect. However, please review the COVID-19 Pool Rules and Guidelines prior to going to the pool. For the safety of everyone, we ask for all residents using to the pool to adhere to the Rules and Guidelines. Failure to adhere can result in loss of pool privilege. READ HERE for the COVID-19 guidelines and rules for using the Watters Crossing Pool.

Pool cards are required to access the Watters Crossing Pool. If you have lost or have problems with your card, please email poolaccess@watterscrossing.com Please do NOT open the pool gate for anyone without a card or someone whose card “does not work”. Pool cards are turned off for various reasons.

We have experienced some pool incidents during the past few weeks. We need all homeowners’ awareness concerning your pools. If there is disruption at the pool while you are there or you witness people entering the pool gate who should not be there, please email board@watterscrossing.com immediately.

Architectural Control Committee Reminder

Exterior Improvements:

All exterior work within Watters Crossing is required to be submitted for review by the ACC and approval. The ACC process, Review Forms, Guidelines, and further information are shown in the ACC link at www.watterscrossing.com This does include roof replacements, home exterior painting, and fence staining.

Covenant Violations:
All violations of the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of Watters Crossing are cited and managed by NMI Management. Violations are no longer handled by the ACC volunteer members.

Playground Equipment:
All recreational play equipment must be removed from front yards when not in use and located to a rear area not in view of the streets. This includes portable basketball hoops, hockey nets, and tree swings. The use of hammocks in the Watters Crossing Private Common Open Space is welcomed but note that those left overnight will be removed by the HOA Landscape Maintenance Team.

Satellite Dishes must be submitted for review for location prior to installation.

Thanks to all Watters Crossing Homeowners for following the Review Guidelines in submitting plans for ACC review and adhering to the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions of Watters Crossing.

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.

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…

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.

Fall Yard Sale Saturday, September 26th Neighborhood 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Pools Close Thursday, October 1
Holiday Social Friday, December 4 Clubhouse 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Judging for Holiday Lights Award Week of December 15 Neighborhood 6:00PM - 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:
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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

Watters Crossing Assessment Collection Policy

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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