Haversham is a voluntary HOA in the city of Plano, Texas. Our subdivision has 77 homes and families. We were established in 1996 to provide for supervision of landscaping of the common areas at the entries of our subdivision as well as repair and maintenance of the screening walls and sprinkler system. Haversham is a non-profit organization that is run completely by volunteers from the neighborhood.
Our goal is to build a sense of community among neighbors, to create a safe and pleasant neighborhood and maintain property values through continued maintenance and enhancement of our public shared spaces. Your yearly HOA dues are used to support these efforts.
For those that live along the wall the separates the neighborhood from the shopping center please make note.
1. If you are disturbed by truck noises outside normal delivery hours (7:00am - 4:00pm) please contact the plano police department on their non-emergency number. Scott Andrews from the city of Plano is also a point of contact for noise issues with delivery trucks. If it's coming from Walmart you might try contacting the delivery manager at the store, they do want to be good neighbors.
2. If you need to report damage to the wall along Charles Place or the sections on Ohio please contact the city of Plano, they are responsible for those sections. For wall sections that border the shopping center please contact the shopping center management, they are responsible for that portion of the wall. The wall in it's entirety is not an HOA responsibility so please report any issues with the correct party.
Please join us for an HOA meeting at the Carpenter Recreation Center
6701 Coit Rd. (at Spring Creek and Coit)
Saturday March 8 2014 , Time TBD
As of June 1, 2013 the City of Plano is under Stage 3 water restrictions allowing for once a week watering until further notice. The City of Plano is requiring all residential and business customers to implement these outdoor water restrictions in hopes of reducing water use by at least 10 percent and increasing awareness of ongoing water conservation efforts. Watering from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. will still be prohibited. A complete list of Stage 3 water restrictions is available here.
Unfortunately, we won’t be free to water as we please until the raw water supply from Lake Texoma is fully restored. The Texoma supply has not been accessible since 2009 due to the infestation of invasive zebra mussels. NTWMD is accelerating a pipeline extension that will transport the Lake Texoma supply directly from the Texoma reservoir to the Wylie water treatment plant thereby protecting the environment.
Thank you for your commitment to help our community conserve water. Please continue to conserve by watering only once a week on your
Landscape watering with sprinklers will be permitted once a week on designated day . Watering from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. will still be prohibited.
Odd Addresses: Tuesdays Beginning June 4
Even Addresses: Thursdays Beginning June 6