If you have not received a copy of the neighborhood directory, or have corrections or additional information, please contact Melanie Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Our homeowners' association board consists of 7 members, elected to two-year terms, serving in various roles in maintaining our neighborhood as one in which we are all proud to live. Our neighborhood is a deed restricted community governed by Bylaws and Covenants, Codes & Restrictions (CC&R's). These serve to protect our neighborhood value and appearance which is beneficial to us all.
All roofs in Bakers Branch are required to be composition shingle in the color of Weathered Wood or Weathered Gray (same basic color but different name based on manufacturer) per HOA policies document adopted by the Board in 2008.
To view a copy of the HOA Policies document, click below.
Here we have available to you the PDF format of the Covenants, Codes & Restrictions (CCRs). To view a copy of the CCRs, click here.
In July 2012, the board accepted the following four documents as part of a change to the 2011 State Law. To view a copy of those documents, please open each of them.
The Board is issuing the following Fence Maintenance Requirements in response to the recent concerns regarding aging/fading fences in Bakers Branch. The requirements will be posted on
the website and added to the ACC guidelines.
"All wood fencing visible from the street will be stained one of the following four colors:
Behr - Woodbridge
Behr - Sable
Behr - Russet
Behr - Chestnut
In exception, wood fences facing the greenbelt area on Cilantro (this would apply to homeowners living on Tarragon with yards backing up to the greenbelt) must be stained Behr sable or another brand matched to that color to keep a uniform look along the greenbelt. Wood fences must be re-stained once they begin to fade enough that they appear more than 50% gray or faded and the stain color is no longer prominent. Wrought iron fences will be painted black and must be re-painted when chipping, peeling or rust becomes noticeable from the street."
If you wish to use a different color, please fill out an ACC application and
submit that for review and approval.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from January 23, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the Annual meeting minutes from February 27, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from March 30, 2017, click here.
There was not a formal meeting in April.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from May 15, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from June 20, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from July 17, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from August 21, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from September 25, 2017, click here.
To view a copy of the meeting minutes from October 23, 2017, click here.
There was not a formal meeting in November.
Baker's Branch Estates
ACC Application form in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe software, download free of charge here: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html. ACC Application form in Microsoft Word. You can now download the Word format of the application and edit it and then email to Kelly Long.
If you are unsure whether or not you need to file an application for your project, please refer to the recently updated ACC Guidelines or contact Kelly Long for more information.
If you are unsure whether or not you need to file an application for your project with the Town of Flower Mound, please refer to their website for Town Permit information.