MG Need to Know
Week of June 4, 2023
The Board of Directors continues to focus on our goal of making Mesa Grande HOA the premier community in Stone Oak by making decisions to enhance and maintain the association so to increase home values. The infrastructure projects that have been completed, in the works, and planned are all designed with this goal in mind. Additionally, our efforts to increase community engagement will define the MG lifestyle making us more attractive to homeowners and homebuyers. Our new gates will soon be framed by refurbished walls and later enhanced landscaping. Our clubhouse is slated to be updated and designed to be a facility for community activities as well as for private parties. Our partnership with RealManage and specifically our CAM, Melissa Rodgers, is based on sharing this goal and making things happen.
Just as important, we have intensified emphasis on timely maintaining HOA assets and the enforcement of our covenants. Every MG HOA resident plays a part in this goal and our DCCR provides guidance for everyone. The rules are simple, they always have been. As a reminder here are some rules from Article 4 of the HOA Protective Covenants.
Residents are responsible to:
- Keep lawns and garden areas alive, free of weeds and attractive
- Keep lawns mowed at no higher than 6 inches
- Trim trees and shrubs, sidewalks edged
- Promptly removal of all litter, trash, refuse and waste; including grass clippings. Grass clippings are not to be swept or blown into the street.
- Water lawns and garden areas as allowed by SAWS restrictions
- Maintain exterior lighting
- Repair exterior damages, including fences
- Keep driveways in good condition
Turf makes up at least 75% of a homeowner’s property; if the turf looks good then so does the property. If the turf looks bad…..
Did you Know?
Per Article 4; Section 4.6.4 of the MG DCCR the Board has the right to authorize it’s agent to perform the care and maintenance as required without liability and the owner and occupant will be responsible to promptly reimburse the Association for work performed? For more details the MG HOA Protective Covenants can be found at:
The speed limit in MG HOA is 25 mph; please obey this speed limit and all stop signs in our community.
Dial by your location
- Wednesday, June 21; 10:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. MG CAM on site day; Mesa Grande Clubhouse. Melissa will host a Morning with Melissa session and be on site to help residents with vehicle tags, amenities access key cards, and assist with any resident matters. She also is available to notarize documents at no charge.
- Thursday, July 27; 6:30 p.m. Regular meeting of the MG Board of Directors; Mesa Grande Clubhouse and Zoom. Our SAFFE Officer will address the Board and participate in the Homeowners Forum. Agenda to be provided in July.