Preserve at Mayfield Ranch community
Please join us to celebrate the beginning of the spring season with our lovely neighbors!
Candidate forum at 11am!
HOA is treating us with the hamburgers, veggie burgers, and drinks!
Hoping to see you all!
Date: 03/31/2018 (Sat.)
Time: 11:00am - 2:00pm CDT
Location: Community recreation area - near swimming pool (weather permitting ), OR SouthStar Bank Hall
Please select "Find Out More" to sign up for the event
To the Preserve residents,
Hope all had a Joyful Christmas and Peaceful Holiday. I believe you will agree that the Spirit of the Season was in the Preserve this year as evident by the number of homes that had colorful lights and character decorations, which no doubt brought smiles to all the little ones. Thank you all for your imaginative efforts. It was quite beautiful and uplifting. Hopefully next year the efforts will double.
You will find attached pictures of all those homes that really caught the eye!
PEDESTRIAN GATE - CODE TO ENTER FROM OUTSIDE THE PRESERVE HAS CHANGED
TO USE GATE PLEASE ENTER THE NEW CODE: 1 3 5
AFTER ENTERING CODE PRESS THE ENTER BUTTON, PUSH HANDLE DOWN & OPEN THE DOOR TOWARD YOU.
VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR; AND, IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHOSE STUDENT RIDES THE BUS TO WALSH OR STONY POINT - PLEASE MAKE SURE THEY HAVE READ THIS EMAIL.
The Preserve HOA
Parking Regulations :
Parking RegulationsPreserve at Mayfield Ranch Our community is made up of narrow streets that are for driving, walking and playing. The City of Round Rock approved our development with the caveat that all streets would be marked as Fire Lanes with No Parking and Tow Away enforcement. Your Board of Directors has had the curbs newly painted so there is no doubt about the no parking rules. The Fire Department has told us that usually cars would not be ticketed or towed if a driver is readily available to move a car blocking the lanes. That is, delivery vehicles, home maintenance services and landscapers for example. You could also make a quick stop to pick up or deliver someone or something. The Fire Department will not “stretch” this allowance, so care must ALWAYS be taken when parking anywhere other than your garage or driveway. If you park on a curve or near an intersection, you are subject to towing or having a large fire truck “move” your car when necessary to protect lives and property. Vehicles habitually parked “into” the street (aka Fire Lane) may now be towed. This is one of the “check boxes” available to us in our contract with the towing company. For the safety of our residents walking in the street, a bumper or trailer hitch jutting past the curb is an inconvenience and a danger. Backing out of some of our driveways require all the street to make safe turns. Park completely in your driveway or be subject to towing. Newly marked Visitor Only parking is readily identifiable for Visitors ONLY. A Visitor Pass has been created and can be printed from our website: https://preserveatmayfieldranch.com/. A visitor is just that. Someone visiting for a while or staying overnight for a few nights. If you have a visitor staying with you for more than three consecutive nights, send a request to the HOA for the period of time you expect to be hosting your overnight guest. A Visitor Pass must be dated correctly and on the dashboard. We WANT visitors to our community. Let’s give them a place to park! There is no such thing as a “permanent visitor”. A pass must be created for each number of continuous days you will host a visitor driving a car. Residents are not allowed to park in visitor spaces at any time. We have contracted with a towing company to assist in enforcement of our Fire Lane AND Visitor parking. Residents who in the past used visitor spaces as their “private” space will now face towing. Sadly, we will need to monitor and respond to complaints of residents pushing the envelope. Vehicles with Parking Passes known to be actually owned by residents will now be subject to towing, regardless of whether or not the vehicle has been registered with the HOA. We have very few visitor spaces and everyone would like to be able to invite friends over for a party, so there must be visitor spaces available at all times. If a party is held at the park, please park in a visitor space for unloading and loading only. A short walk back to the party saves on gym membership. On behalf of the board of Directors at the Preserve at Mayfield Ranch HOA
Street Curb Painting 3 Locations “Visitor Only” Parking
On Wednesday, November 1st (Thursday is Trash & Recycle) & Friday, November 3rd Double M Striping will be repainting the ugly destroyed curbs we were left with --- red curbs with FIRE LANE TOW AWAY ZONE. Double M Striping will also be painting white stripes to create the parking stalls as well as “Visitor’s Only” on the asphalt for Visitors who are allowed to park with a Visitor Permit on their dash board. Visitor Permits will be made available to you for printing from your personal computer for each time a guest parks in the Visitor’s Only area. The homeowner’s name & Unit # and date must be displayed on the permit. (SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT) There will be a handicap stall in each of the 3 locations.
Members : Tess Peterson,Linda Weber,Barbara Henry,Glenda Webb
Members : Richard Acuna,John Weber,Sakief Ahmed ,Nitin Kumar, Dick Peterson
Members : Nahla Jaf,Poonam Hiray,Joyce Garcia,Garima Jain
Members : Laura Flynn, Helen Tate
Members : John Corvino,Dick Peterson,Nitin Kumar
Members : Bria Powell
Members : Sakief Ahmed, Maurice Tate (When SK is out of town)
Laura Flynn, Rick Herbstreit, Maurice Tate
Phyllis & Mike,Thanks for making our Preserve something to be proud of for Christmas 2017. You guys set a great example for all of us to strive for. Many, many thanks your hard work and Christmas imagination AND SPIRIT!
Lets Keep the Community beautiful and every Month HOA is going to announce one winner for the best yard in the community and the winner for the Month of July is ..... Mr and Mrs Henry have a lovely yard!
Home# 206 ...
Note : Below details has the guidelines committee went by :
Each month the landscape committee will select a "yard of the month". Our sign will be in the yard for the month and residents will receive a small gift.
Criteria for yard of the month are:
Healthy, mowed and edged lawn area
Weed free, mulched flower beds
Annual or perennial color
* The Board Member can win Yard of Month but wont receive the Gift Card
Please ask the realtor to collect the signs from HOA board when leasing or selling the House.Board will keep a 100$ deposit (re funded on return)for sign and 1$ a day rent which will go in helping community
3451 Mayfield Ranch Blvd, Round Rock, Texas 78681, United States