2 New HOA Rules for Visitor Parking and Outside Changes
Posted on Jan 6th, 2018 Comments (0)
In follow up to discussions at the 2017 Annual Meeting, the Board has voted and approved Amendments for 2 HOA rules:
Rules Section C: Obligations of Owners
New Rule 9. Owners are obligated to obtain advance written approval for any changes on the outside of their condominium. Effective January 1, 2018, owners that do not obtain advanced written approval will be fined $250.00 for any changes made to the outside of their condo unit.
HOA Declarations - See Article 9: Architectural Covenants and Control of the Declarations of a Condominium Regime Villas At Coppell. Note 9.4 Prohibition of Construction, Alteration and Improvement and 9.6 Application to Board.
Rules Section J. Vehicle Restrictions
New Rule 11. Parking spaces along the streets are reserved for Visitors. Owners will be fined for parking in these Visitor paces on a regular basis. Owners of rental units will be fined if their tenants park in these spaces on a regular basis. If a vehicle is cited for parking in these Visitor spaces more than 3 times in a 60 day period, then the HOA will fine the owner $25 for each future parking citation.
See Article 13.1.2 HOA Declarations regarding the HOA's ability to Fine.
January 2018 Newsletter
Posted on Jan 6th, 2018 Comments (0)
Please click on this link for a copy of the January Newsletter.
A copy will also been placed on every front door in the community.
Property Management Company
Posted on Aug 6th, 2017
The Community and HOA Board is supported by:
Alternative Management Group, Inc.
310 East I-30, Suite 300
Garland, TX 75043
Our Property Manager is Mark Johnson. He can be reached at Mark@AMGIdallas.com
Phone: (972) 503-2644 Emergency Phone for AMGI: (214) 315-4914
Any changes to the outside of your Townhome require advance approval
Posted on Dec 12th, 2015 Comments (0)
Please remember that you must submit detail plans along with an Architecture Review form and receive approval prior to making any changes or additions to your back yard or the outside of your Townhome. This includes
Please see your HOA Manual or contact AMGI for more information.
Posted on Sep 15th, 2015
How To Clean / Unclog Your Air Conditioner Drain Line The Quick Easy Way
Good Ideas to keep your AC Drain line clean:
Change you’re A/C Filters, regularly.
Standard areas of the A/C lines at Villas at Coppell are draining off of the eaves, soffits or gables at the end of the roofs (look at the front and back of your homes).
Unfortunately, Acidic Water from clogged A/C systems, are causing, rust on the outside of the condo homes. These must be addressed and repaired by the Homeowners.
If you cannot do the service yourself, please find a reputable A/C company to assist you, in getting the repairs unclogged, draining properly, and acidic water/rust cleaned off the buildings, ASAP.
Note Hints from Vendors:
Cut the end of the drain at an undercut angle. With the long part of the pipe at the top. It hampers most wasp from trying to fly in and build a nest in the drain pipe.
There is a scum killing tablet out in stores that goes in the drain pan under the evaporator coil. You can get scum-acidic killer tablets at most a/c supply stores.
The MAINTENANCE FREE CostGard™ Condensate Drain Seal replaces the failure prone condensate p-trap on air conditioners. It is inherently reliable. It is simple, has no moving parts, is self-cleaning and self-regulating . This reliability has been proven during more than twenty years of successful field operations. Tens of thousands are in operation in various types of facilities. It has been noted not to become blocked or fail to operate properly.
Note that this also a good time to service and clean your dryer vents, too. You do not want a build-up of lint.
New ARC Guidelines for Personal Items in all Common Areas
Posted on Jul 15th, 2015 Comments (1)
The Association has new guidelines for the placement of personal items in common and limited common areas. These guidelines were delivered to each unit over the weekend of July 13 and 14, 2013. Links to the guidelines and cover letter were also emailed to all owners on July 15, 2013. The cover letter and guidelines can be found under the Documents section of this website.
All residents should review the new guidelines and make an inspection of the common and limited common elements around their unit. If any item is found to be in violation of the new guidelines, it should be moved to an area where it is allowed, or removed from the area.
Posted on Oct 7th, 2013 Comments (0)
Over the past few weeks several residents have raised concerns about the potential safety risk for Children and Drivers within the community. There has been a noticeable increase of children riding bikes and scooters in the streets. The children do not appear to be supervised by adults, they are not wearing required safety equipment like helmets and they are not obeying Texas regulations related to bicycle Safety. Residents are concerned about coming around a corner in a car and potentially hitting and injuring a child.
HOA Rules in Section J, Item 5 states the following: Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades and other non-motorized wheeled devices may not be ridden on sidewalks and in the grass areas of the General or Limited Common elements. They may be used on the streets subject to local regulations for riding with the flow of traffic and having the required safety equipment (for example, helmets). Riders should not create a nuisance riding on the streets, nor create safety issues for riders or motorized Vehicles.
Most of our residents are parents and we all have a concern for the safety of young children. We understand that children benefit from time playing outside and getting exercise. We want the community to be a safe place for children and drivers.
The HOA request the following:
1. All residents should drive slowly on any of our 6 streets (especially around any corner)
2. Parents should supervise their children and guest when playing outside and are responsible for making sure their children and guest obey all Texas and HOA regulations.
We ask for the cooperation of all residents to help prevent any accidents within the community.
Villas at Coppell HOA
Please help us prevent damage by moving trucks
Posted on May 12th, 2009 Comments (0)
Please use the Crash gates on Highland Rd (the north side of our community) for 18 wheeler moving trucks to enter and exit.Read More >>