The architecture committee has been made aware of the new fence along Hightower on the lot addressed 1904 Mayfield.
Here is a log of architecture committee contacts regarding that fence. Continue reading
Saturday October 31st at 5:45 pm
Come join us for a leisurely hayride through our neighborhood that allows our children to move from house to house through the neighborhood and trick or treat on Halloween night.
When is it? Saturday October 31st. Food is served at 5:45 pm and the Hayride will begin at 6:30 pm.
Where is it? Meet us on the corner of Walsh and Mayfield Northeast corner. The Walkers and the Green’s have generously allowed us to use their front yards. Not liable for any injury or damage.
What can you do?
1) RSVP. Please let us know you are coming so we have enough food for all. RSVP to Noel Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) Don’t. forget to wear your costume.
2) Put up the flag on your mailbox and keep the porch lights on Halloween night. Help make it obvious that you want us to stop at your home.*
3) Do you have a trailer or want to be a driver? Let us know. We are in search of drivers and trailers. Contact Noel Green (email@example.com)
4) Help by preparing hot dogs, condiments, chips, salsa, and drinks or volunteer to help set up and serve food. We expect a crowd to feed and need your help. Contact Noel Green (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Unfortunately, due to safety concerns, we do not visit every home in our neighborhood. While we want to include everyone, we have to take into consideration the safety of children riding on a busy street and space to turn the trailers around. Live in a home facing Sam Bass or in an area not easily accessible. Come join us. You can help escort children to each house, monitor that fingers and toes stay in the trailers, prepare and serve food or just come enjoy the ride and company of your neighbors.
See you there!
All exterior changes in BBP should be reviewed by any member of the Architectural Committee to help you avoid violations of the Deed Restrictions.
To: Brushy Bend Park HOA Members and Property Owners
From: Brushy Bend Park HOA BOD
Subj: Brushy Creek MUD Proposed Improvements to BBP Water Distribution System
Dear BBP HOA Members and Property Owners:
During the 2nd and 3rd quarters of this year the BBP HOA Board of Directors met with BC MUD management several times concerning the MUD’s proposed improvements to our water distribution system. In August results of a technical study conducted by BC MUD’s consulting firm Halff Associates were reviewed with board members. The report outlined BBP water demand projections along with system improvements that address the MUD’s capacity and reliability concerns. During the August meeting the MUD representative asked for feedback and comments regarding the MUD’s report and proposed phasing of improvements. These were provided by the BBP Board of Directors along with a list of questions related to project costs and financing alternatives. The MUD representative took our feedback and questions back to an internal meeting with MUD directors and developed a proposed plan for system improvements. BC MUD would like to discuss this proposed plan with BBP property owners in a January meeting. Please look for a meeting notice from the BC MUD concerning a presentation of the proposed plan in the next several weeks.
Brushy Bend Park Board of Directors
Please note our P.O. Box – the address for the HOA is:
Brushy Bend Park Home Owners Association
PO Box 2261
Round Rock, TX 78680-2261