Our Flower Mound Police Department beat officer can be reached at 972-539-0525. When you call the number, ask to speak to Beat Officer #5. In case of emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Block Coordinators

There are lots of things you can do to help.  Would you be interested in managing the neighborhood directory?  Maybe you could keep the website up to date or plan the next neighborhood block party.  If you'd like to invest your talents in the interest of our neighborhood, please email us at admin@bakersbranchhoa.com and let us know what you'd like to help with.  We appreciate your assistance and willingness to be a working part of our great neighborhood.

​Thank you to each one who attended the HOA annual meeting and to the many of you who returned proxies or ballots to make sure we reached a quorum for the meeting. We elected three candidates to the Board - Christy Allen, Sheila Doherty, and Jay Hollowell - and appreciate their service.

We recognized Dennis Cox as the winner of the inaugural Melanie Carr Good Neighbor of the Year Award - the Board members chose this name for the award. Dennis has been a steadfast supporter and volunteer in the neighborhood and served as a Board member for a number of years; he consistently helps neighbors in times of need. He and his family have coordinated and hosted our annual Neighborhood Turkey Trot for over 10 years, and we are grateful for the example he has set as a truly good neighbor. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for neighbors to nominate for next year's award; nominations are accepted year round.

Congratulations to Mike Doyel, the winner of the neighborhood logo contest. We'll be unveiling the logo image in emails, the upcoming newsletter, and website in coming days.

We gave out several door prizes at the meeting as well and enjoyed a presentation from the Town of Flower Mound's Animal Services Department about wildlife in the area. Look for more details in the upcoming neighborhood newsletter. See you around the 'hood!

Want to Help?

Annual HOA Meeting - March 2, 2020

We now have volunteer block coordinators who have agreed to keep an eye out for suspicious activities in conjunction with our Neighborhood Watch and contact the residents of their block with important news to be distributed quickly.  Also, you may contact your block coordinator if you will be out of town, so they can help keep an eye on things while you're gone (though this does not include taking on your plants or pets).  Thank you to our volunteers.  It's a great way for us to stay connected and be an involved community.  Our block coordinators are as follows: