The Villas of Westridge
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Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.

~ Neighborhood News ~
Welcome to The Villas official HOA website!
To view your account or pay your assessment online click here.
2015 Annual Meeting
The Annual meeting is set for January 29th at 7pm at Roach Middle School located on Independence.  Click here to view the board candidacy forms.
Monthly Open Board Meetings
Board meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at 7pm in the Villas Clubhouse.
Revised Water Restrictions

[Stage 3 Water Restrictions]
The City of McKinney has enacted revised Stage 3 water restrictions, which go into effect tomorrow - Tuesday, July 1. Landscape watering using sprinklers and irrigation systems is limited to once every other week, based on recommendations from the city’s water supplier, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD). These new restrictions apply to all homes, businesses and common areas located within McKinney. In addition, irrigation systems equipped with “smart controllers” are not exempt from the watering schedule.
Under new Stage 3 requirements, addresses ending in even numbers (with the last digit of 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8) may be watered every other Tuesday, starting July 1. Addresses ending in odd numbers (with the last digit of 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9) may be watered every other Thursday starting July 3. Medians and common areas may be watered every other Wednesday, starting July 2.
During Stage 3, follow these restrictions:
No watering with an irrigation system between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
No use of water that allows runoff or other water waste
No landscape watering during any form of precipitation
No hydro seeding, hydro mulching or sprigging
30-day exemptions for watering new turf are only allowed for new construction
No turf watering with hand-held hoses, soaker hoses or drip irrigation systems on days other than your designated watering day
During Stage 3 the following is allowed:
Landscape watering using sprinklers and irrigation systems once every other week on your designated watering day
Watering plants, trees and foundations with a hand-held hose using an automatic shut-off nozzle, a soaker hose or drip irrigation system for up to two hours daily
Power washing paved surfaces
Using a hose with an automatic shut-off nozzle for washing, rinsing or maintenance purposes
Watering property with an alternate water supply other than treated water
Filling new pools or replenish existing pools to maintain operational levels
Click here to view a list of watering FAQs
Further limitations on irrigation systems used to water landscapes are due largely to below average rainfall this summer and the declining water levels in reservoirs. Continued conservation efforts are in place to minimize the likelihood of reaching Stage 4 drought conditions.

Report a Violation
Violating the Stage 3 water restrictions could result in significant penalties including fees. To report a water violation, call the water restriction hotline at 972-439-1059 or visit In order for the City of McKinney to investigate the violation, please include the following information.
Exact address of the location you are reporting
Date of the water violation
Time of day the violation occurred
Your name and phone number so we may contact you if additional information is needed.
Find more information about City of McKinney water programs under Water / Waste Water or call 972-547-7360.
Traffic Alert
Road conditions and traffic updates are available on,,, or

For more information, contact TxDOT Dallas District PIO Michelle Releford at or (214) 320-4485.
West Nile Virus: Take Steps to Fight the Bite

[Mosquito Control] It’s never too early to take steps to control the mosquito population in your neighborhood and to combat West Nile Virus.   The City of McKinney has already begun trapping and testing mosquitoes for West Nile Virus. To find out how you can help click here.
Severe Weather

Preparing for severe weather and knowing when to act provides the greatest lifesaving benefit in a crisis.

Flash floods are the number one cause of deaths associated with thunderstorms. People most at risk from flash flooding are individuals who attempt to walk or drive through flood waters.  Lives can be saved if residents follow the simple rule:  if there’s water on the road, turn around, don’t drown.

If you are outside and see lightning, move into a sturdy building, stay away from windows and doors and stay off porches and patios.  Avoid electric appliances and anything metal, including plumbing fixtures.  Do not use a land-line telephone. If you must remain outdoors avoid trees, hilltops, open fields, swimming pools, beaches or boats on the water.

Tornadoes are nature’s most violent storms.  Most tornado fatalities are caused by flying debris.  If you are inside a building during a tornado, take shelter in an interior room on the lowest floor.  Shelter in a windowless area such as a stairwell, bathroom, hallway or closet.  If you are in a mobile home, get out immediately and take shelter in a nearby sturdy building.

For additional information on severe weather safety, visit
FHA Approval
After much hard work we are pleased to report that the Villas of Westridge is now approved for FHA funding as of December 13, 2012.
Please click here for important informtion on Fire Alarms.
The McKinney office, located at the Reserve on Independence. now has a mail drop slot in the door to Wendy Staurt's office. The physical address is: 10256 Millbend Dr. McKinney, TX 75070. This gives homeowners a way to drop off payments, or any forms they need to get to Lone Star, even when no one is there.
Go to the Financial page to see the 2012 Reserve Fund Study.
Go to the Financial Page to see the latest audit of the Villas.
If you need to reserve the clubhouse for any function, please call Wendy Stuart at 469-384-2088 ext 119 or Do not write on the calendar in the clubhouse.
Paint Code
Please click here for the paint code for the garage and patio doors. You may want to print it out for future reference.

Open Committee Positions

The Pool Chair position is available for those of you interested in helping the community maintain the pool facilities. This position is a great way to get to know your neighbors. Eligibility: This position is open to either renters or owners. The only restriction is that you must be current on your HOA account and in good standing with the Association. There are also openings on the Safety, Social, and Communications Committees. If interested, please contact Wendy Stuart at


For Sale/For Lease Signs

Please remember that as of May 15th these signs are no longer allowed anywhere on the property and if found on the property they will be removed and hauled off.



Sr. Community Manager, Wendy Stuart or 469-384-2088 ext. 119.

Account Manager, Brad Fraley or 469-384-2088 ext. 122.


Get Your Keys, Cards, and Visitor Parking Tags

In order to access either the pool or the clubhouse, you need a pool card. To get your card, contact Wendy Stuart at Please be advised that there is a $25.00 replacement charge for lost keys.

Wendy is also your contact for visitor parking, so please contact her for all visitor parking tags. Click here to view the Parking Rules.

Get Your Remotes

To access the community, you need to have a gate remote. To obtain one, contact Wendy Stuart at  Please be advised that there is a replacement cost of $35.00 for a lost remote.

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