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As news develops through and around the community, we'll post it here so you stay informed. If you hear or know something that might benefit your neighbors and community, contact the management company by sending an email to propertymanagement@prestwyckhoa.com and let us know.

  • COVID-19 Closures

    Published Date: April 01, 2020

    Amenity Center, Sport & Volleyball, Playground Closed

    At the Recommendation of State and Local Authorities in Conjunction with Shelter in Place Orders Issued by the Texas State Governor and adhering to Social Distancing Guidelines, until further notice all Playgrounds, Sports Courts and any other like Facility will be Closed.

    Local Authorities are taking this matter seriously and failure to comply with any executive order issued during the COVD-19 disaster is an offense punishable by a fine not to exceed $1,000, confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days, or both fine and confinement.

    In an effort to contain this Pandemic we are asking you to do your part and not congregate in the Common Areas. Access to these areas will be permitted as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience this may pose in the meantime, but the only intent is to ensure the Health and Safety of our Homeowners.

    If you have any questions Please contact us at your community website under the Contact Us tab or call 972-428-2030 during regular business hours.

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  • ACC Requests Now Electronic!

    Published Date: October 09, 2019

    We have very exciting news! Are you repairing, replacing, changing, removing or adding something to your Lot or the Exterior of your home? Did you know that per your governing documents almost everything, even if it’s not permanent, needs HOA ACC Approval? Click Full story for more information.

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  • Year-Round Lawn Maintenance

    Published Date: September 10, 2015

    As you know, weeds can invade and thrive in all types of environments. The first step in controlling these weed pests is to correctly identify the weed and then determine a proper control strategy.

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