Frequently asked questions
Parks. Are all features complete, or will there be more?
Features of the master plan are complete, however HOA management is currently considering updating the plan with additional features.
Mail: Why is mail delivered by cluster-box in later phases of Wyndham Hill?
Parks: Will there be additional green space planned for the last phase?
A block-long strip will be irrigated, landscaped, and maintained by the HOA.
Internet & Cable Service: Why aren't there more options, and why does it take so long for new phases to be served?
Since the legislature removed the requirement for Cable companies to negotiate franchise agreements with municipalities, they have become very independent. Installation time lag is a statewide problem and some cable companies have left our market.
Parks: Why isn't the City park better maintained?
The city portion of Wyndham Hill Park (area north of the swimming pool) was upgraded substantially in 2017 with construction of the trail and bridges with irrigation and trees.
Street Repairs: Who is responsible for repairing our streets?
Wyndham Hill streets are public streets. Constructed by the Developer, they were dedicated to the City and as such, the City is responsible for repairs. Residents are encouraged to report issues to the City.
Speeding: What does the HOA do about speeding on our streets?
Speeding is a matter for the authorities and should be reported to the Temple Police Department.
Parking: Why does the HOA restrict parking on our public streets?
Street parking presents numorous community issues. Safety is compromised when streets are congested with vehicle parking. The overall appearance and home values are negatively impacted by cluttered and congested streets.
Boats & Trailers, etc. What are the rules?
Boats, trailers, motorhomes, and commercial vehicles may not be parked on the street for extended periods during the day or night. Exceptions are permitted during ARC approved construction projects.
HOA Dues: How much are annual dues and when do we pay?
Fines & Fees: What kind of fines and fees is the HOA authorized to charge?
A schedule of fines and fees is found in Article 5 of the Association Policy Manual. The manual is posted on the ‘Documents’ page of the Association website.
Entrance Landscaping: Who pays for irrigation and maintenance?
South 5th Street & Hartrick Bluff maintenance is performed by the HOA and the water is provided at no cost to the HOA, through a ‘Beautification Agreement’ between the Association and the City. Improvements along Wyndham Hill Parkway, Wedgewood Boulevard, and our community park are the Associations responsibility.
HOA Meetings. Are members notified when HOA meetings will be held?
HOA Dues: What is the money used for?
accounting and tax.
HOA Records: How do we get HOA meeting minutes and financial information?
Solicitors: What can be done about unwanted solicitors?
Basketball Goals: Are permanent or portable basketball goals permitted?
Permanent installations may not be visible from a street. Portable goals must not be left out when not in use.
Construction Projects. Do room additions, swimming pools, fences, etc. have ARC approval?
To be in compliance with Wyndham Hill restrictive covenants, plans must be submitted to the ARC through the HOA Manager. ‘Plans Review Application Forms’ may be downloaded from the Architectural Review page of the Association website. Prior approval by the ARC is required.
Garage Enclosures: May we enclose our garage?
Only if acceptable alternate garage space is available, or will be provided as part of the project. For an approval, the ARC must find that the proposed project will result in a home that is harmonious with the overall appearance of the community. Prior approval by the ARC is required.
Storage Containers: Are temporary storage containers restricted?
There are restrictions on temporary storage containers, including trucks, PODS, or similar storage containers. Limitations include the period of time permitted and placement location. Prior approval by the ARC is required.
Resident Violations: No one seems to be doing anything about covenant violations. Why?
Pets: What kind and how many are allowed?
Noisy Neighbors: What can the HOA do?
Fences: Are fences required, must they be stained?
Fences: When must they be installed?
Noise: What can be done about irritating construction noise?
Builder Violations: Builders continually violate covenants. Why isn’t anything done?
Noise: Whate hours are construcgtion workers allowed to work?
- Mon - Fri: 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.