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Welcome to the Preston Meadow HOA website! Whether you are a longtime resident, just moved in or are considering moving to Preston Meadow, we hope you find the information here useful and valuable. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
 
~ Upcoming Events ~
January PMHOA Board Meeting
Thursday, January 3rd, 7 PM at Haggard Public Library - Genealogy Room
The next PMHOA meeting will be held on Thursday, January 3, 2018 at 7 PM, in the Haggard Library at 2501 Coit Road, Plano, Texas  75075. Residents are encouraged to attend.
PMHOA Holiday Decoration Removal from Entry
Saturday, January 5th, 9:30am at Entrance Preston Meadow Drive and Parker
On Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 9:30am we will be taking down the holiday decorations at the entrance. We are looking for volunteers to come and help.  Weather permitting.  Hope to see you there. 
 
 
February PMHOA Board Meeting
Thursday, February 7th, 7:00pm at Haggard Library - Genealogy Room
The next PMHOA meeting will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 7 PM, in the Haggard Library at 2501 Coit Road, Plano, Texas  75075. Residents are encouraged to attend.

~ Selling Your Home? ~
Be sure to visit the Governing Documents page for information on obtaining a Resale Certificate.

 
~ Updating Your Home Exterior? ~
Do you have plans for a new roof, gutters, painting, staining, landscaping or fence? Submit an Architectural Approval Form before you start work!
 
AAFs for new roofs, gutters, painting and landscaping can now be submitted online. Simply click the Online Architectural Approval link in the left navigation, select the form you need, read the instructions and fill out the form. A generic PDF version of the AAF can be found on the same web page for other types of requests.

~ Winter Watering (11/1 - 3/31) ~
Beginning November 1, Plano residents and businesses returned to the winter watering schedule of one day a week sprinkler use. The city advises residents to turn off automatic sprinklers now that cooler weather has arrived. Most grasses go dormant until spring, which reduces your lawn’s need for water. 
 
If water is needed, set your sprinklers to run when the temperature is warmer, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. to avoid the coldest hours of the day when watering could cause ice formation on sidewalks and streets. Residents can get guidance on when watering is needed with the Water My Yard website.
 
Odd addresses may water on Tuesday, even addresses may water Thursday. The city of Plano has posted general information on watering here. Watering violations can be reported to Fix It Plano.