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Next Board meeting is Monday, March 19, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the police community room located at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane.

TEWHOA has a new management company-Goodwin Harrison. If you did not get the information that was mailed please click this link for a PDF copy of it. This will also tell you how to sign in to your new on-line account.

** Updated December, 2016 ** - Mosquito and West Nile Virus information and link on Town's website - link .

Please look at the section What You Can Do on this link. In particular, please contact FM Animal Control at 972-874-6390 if you find a dead crow or blue jay within the neighborhood (or anywhere in town, for that matter). The town does not test dead birds, but will collect them and make note of the location to potentially identify any "hot spots."

Goodwin Harrison Management, LLC. is the management company for Timberview Estates West. Our Association manager is Michelle Burr. Her contact information is:

michelle.burr@goodwintx.com(469) 984-5321

Michelle will handle all the day to day business of the association from coordinating common area repairs to managing past due receivables. A short list of her duties are:

Recent presentations and newsletters (this section last updated on 9-29-13) - please visit HOA Announcement Archive page if you want to review previous announcements that were posted in this space.

2018 TEW HOA Assessments

The 2018 regular assessment remains $225 per lot. Invoices were sent out in December. Should you need assistance paying online with Goodwin Harrison please contact their Customer Service at 1-855-289-6077.

Important Information about TEW

Dear Residents,

The two Bradford Pear trees at Timberland Pkwy and College Ave have been removed. They were both infected with an airborne fungus that might spread to other Bradford Pears in the area. The fungus infection is lethal to the trees. The HOA did look at treating them and found out:

  • Treatment would cost about $1100 and had less than a 50% chance of saving the trees
  • The trees were at their natural life span and would die anyway in the next 1-2 years
  • The arborist reviewing the situation told the HOA if the trees were his he would take them down.

As a result the board had the trees removed to prevent any chance of the spread of the fungus. As summer is a bad time to plant new trees, the board is going to wait until the cooler fall weather arrives to decide what to do. If you have any thoughts, please let Dawn (TEW HOA Property Manager- e-mail at dawn.back@goodwintx.com) know. The board would appreciate your thoughts in this matter.

If you see a problem or water leak with our sprinkler system at any of the entrances, please use this number, 24 hours a day, 877-378-2388. You may also contact the Association Manager at this address, or, you may reach Michelle directly at 469-984-5321 Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.

For additional information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page found here