Volunteer Meeting - 5/5 @ 3
Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey. We had a 27% response rate!
Here are some of the highlight:
The average length of residency is 9 years, but most of our neighbors have lived in WBC for 4-6 years.
On average, you know the same number or neighbors regardless of how long you have lived in the community - about 60%.
The pools and the playgrounds are used regularly by about 30% of the residents.
The top reasons we love the neighborhood are:
Neighbors our neighbors
Nature trails and green spaces
Proximity to schools and shops
Neighbors who have young children love the community events.
Neighbor who don’t want more events targeted at adults (we hear you and are working on making this happen!)
Most of the volunteers are individuals who have been in the neighborhood under 7 years.
Top things you wanted to tell the board:
Thank you (that was very heart-warming)
Enforce the rules (CCRs) more stringently
Offer more networking and social events for adults
You want to hear more from the board (you said communication via email was the preferred method but we will add more links on the website too)
You want better landscaping in common areas
Several of the comments were about things the city is responsible for, not the HOA. We had a meeting with city officials and hand delivered these concerns.
Parking on the street (we aren’t gated so we can’t enforce that)
Sidewalks and lighting
Traffic in the residential areas and on Lakeline
Clean-up on the trails and in parks
Click the images below to view the slides
The next community garage sale is scheduled for April 6, 2019, 7 am to 1 pm.
WBC HOA will post signs to direct people into the community. You will need to place signs around your street (and remove them after) to direct traffic to your house. Remember to have lots of small bills on hand for change.
Thanks to Carol and Chris for heading up this event!
The following information is from Assistant City Manager Sam P. Roberts:
The Cedar Park engineering department has scheduled traffic counts at the intersection of Nelson Ranch Road and Lakeline Blvd. for two days on Tuesday March 5th and Wednesday March 6th. The counts will be conducted by GRAM Traffic Counting Inc.
Residents can expect to see black tubes deployed during those two days near the intersection. The company will likely set up the tubes and counting equipment the day before, on the 4th, and pick them up on the 7th.
The data from the traffic counts will be used to determine whether or not the intersection meets State warrant criteria for a traffic signal. It will take approximately 30 days from the completion of the traffic counts to complete the analysis.
THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who put this event together! Santa in the Park is one of the most cherished events our community participates in each year and it wouldn’t be possible without our neighbors giving their time to create a Santa wonderland.
Below are some of the pictures from the event. You can find even more on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/westsidehoa/. If you want a copy of your family or have other questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Santa Claus is Coming to Town!!!
It's that time of year again and Santa Claus is coming to Kay Redden Park! We are hosting a "Santa in the Park" event on Saturday, December 15th, 2018 for you and your family! We will have some great activities to enjoy including pictures with Santa, a petting zoo, smores, arts and crafts, and more! We will be helping out the Capital Area Food Bank with our canned food drive, so please remember to bring a can of food with you for a donation.
So put on those jingle bells and grab sleigh ride to meet Santa in the Park!
Date: Saturday, December 15th
Time: 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Location: Kay Redden Park
Pictures with Santa Claus
S’mores and Hot Chocolate Station
Arts and Crafts Table
If you would like to volunteer to help with the event, please click here to sign up.