The Williamson County Wilco Forward grant program, which was started to...
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Ok people dying, losing their jobs, massive economic dislocation —-and this HOA has money to spend time on this? Where in the deed restrictions does it discuss this? How about a refund of the HOA dues for the services that we haven’t had to spend on due to delayed openings etc!? Please focus on important things—not “vegetation in expansion joints.” ... See MoreSee Less
Severe thunderstorms are likely to return to portions of the Hill Country, Central Texas, and Brazos Valley Wednesday afternoon and evening. As usual, not everyone will be impacted directly by severe ...
Timeline PhotosMore storms expected overnight. Strong winds will likely accompany these thunderstorms. Here is a look at approximately what time they should arrive and where the greater wind threat should occur. ... See MoreSee Less
The Board has voted to open the pool in accordance to the government's limits; However, in order to protect the HOA membership, its contractors and agents, the waiver form has been updated. The update simply adds the word "illness" to the indemnification clause.
ALL access cards are currently disabled at the Upper Passage pool, please sign and submit the updated form for your card to be re-activated. This does not affect the Blue Ridge pool.
If you dont have access to a printer, the drop-off locations at the page above, should have some printed out. Please bring your own pen.
(the fastest option for reactivation would be the email option, make sure to include the board address. Outside Goodwin business hours, the board has access to activate access cards)
We are still waiting on the access control vendor to give the board access to the user profile permissions, since Goodwin has a bigger delay on processing these. We will post once we have access and have started to activate users with newly submitted waivers.
We thank you for your patience through this.
!!!UPDATE!!!!: access cards are now active if you submitted a new waiver and got a message to check back here for updates. Now go swim! ... See MoreSee Less
BLUE RIDGE POOL OPENS TODAY With guidance from the property manager (Goodwin & Company), the community pool within the Preserve at Stone Oak located at Blue Ridge and Mayfield Ranch will open today, Friday, May 22, 2020! Special thanks to the Preserve at Stone Oak board members and pool committee members who have all worked hard over the last two weeks to make the pool ready to open by stocking the bathrooms, straightening up the pool deck, and adding new furniture! You'll love the new pool furniture and the opportunity to enjoy some time by the water!
In accordance with the executive order by Governor Abbott, the pool will temporarily operate with a lowered capacity, and the splash pad will be disabled. Residents are allowed to enter the pool area using the key fob entry device only if they are comfortable assuming personal risk related to use of the pool, including risks related to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. At the recommendation of Goodwin & Company the following guidelines related to COVID-19 will be posted on the gate of the pool and throughout the pool area. *COVID-19 POOL WARNING* - The danger of exposure to the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 exists. - The association cannot ensure that any surface is germ-free. - By entering the pool, you take responsibility for your own protection including for disinfecting your hands and any surface you touch. - Do not use the pool if you have a cough, fever or other symptoms of illness. - Maintain at least 6 feet between you and other people who are not a part of your household. - Wear a face covering when you are not in the swimming pool. - Per governmental order, and until further notice, the maximum capacity of the pool is 18 people (25% of standard capacity) Check the pool this evening as once signage is posted, the pool will be open. Thank you for your patience as the board worked with Goodwin and Williamson County to open our pool, and thanks again to the board & committee members for their hard work in getting the pool open. ... See MoreSee Less