Oak Meadow Contact Information

Please contact us at the following address:

Oak Meadow Homeowners Association
427 Dellwood Street
Bryan, Texas 77801

(979) 822-4443

Email Concerns to: help@associationservicesbcs.com

We have three important concerns that might need to be emailed to the Oak Meadow Homeowners Association.

HOA Board of Directors

  • This is used to contact President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and board members

HOA Treasurer

  • This is used to contact Treasurer about balances and/or Realtors needing financial information to buy or sell your home

HOA Architectural Control Committee

  • Used to request building improvements as stated in our Bylaws: “No building or other improvements shall be erected, placed or altered on any building site until the construction plans and specifications, and a plan showing the location of the structure or improvements, have been approved by a majority of the Architectural Control Committee as to the quality of workmanship and type of building materials; harmony of external design with existing structures; and location with respect to topography, easements, building lines and finish grade elevation.”

You can find our Oak Meadow Covenants and Restrictions at:

https://oakmeadowhoa.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/deed_restrictions.pdf

 

Information Revised February 2016

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Oak Meadow Contact Information

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We have updated our mailing address to the following:

Oak Meadow Homeowners Association
427 Dellwood Street
Bryan, Texas 77801

We have three important email addresses for Oak Meadow Homeowners Association.

HOA Board of Directors

directors@oakmeadow.cc

  • used to contact President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and board members

HOA Treasurer

 treasurer@oakmeadow.cc

  • used to contact Treasurer about balances and/or Realtors needing financial information to buy or sell your home

HOA Architectural Control Committee

acc@oakmeadow.cc

  • Used to request building improvements as stated in our Bylaws: “No building or other improvements shall be erected, placed or altered on any building site until the construction plans and specifications, and a plan showing the location of the structure or improvements, have been approved by a majority of the Architectural Control Committee as to the quality of workmanship and type of building materials; harmony of external design with existing structures; and location with respect to topography, easements, building lines and finish grade elevation.”

You can find our Oak Meadow Covenants and Restrictions at:

https://oakmeadowhoa.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/deed_restrictions.pdf

Oak Meadow Board of Directors Meeting – Announcement

Oak Meadow Board of Directors will meet at 6:30pm Tuesday, May 7th. The meeting is open to all Oak Meadow Homeowners for listening only, but because space is limited please RSPV to directors@oakmeadow.cc by 4:00 pm Monday May 6th.

Agenda Items Include:
• Needed repairs to HOA Fence at HOA entryway.
• Removal of dead and dying trees in HOA entryway.
• Review and Approval of new HOA policies related to Texas POA Legislative Requirements
• Update on Financials – Account Balances, Past Due Assessments, etc.
• HOA C&R violations

If you have any questions concerning our neighborhood please feel free to contact the Board of Directors, we would love to hear from you!!

National Night Out – Neighborhood Block Party

Please join us for National Night Out Neighborhood Block Party 

What:  National Night Out is a time to meet with neighbors and learn about deterring crime in our community.  BBQ, sides, and drinks will be provided.

When:  6:30-8:30PM Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Where:  St. Luke’s Methodist Church Parking Lot (just inside the subdivision)

Who:  All homeowners are invited

For Questions, email directors@oakmeadow.cc

Reminder – Oak Meadow HOA meeting

Please join us for an Oak Meadow HOA meeting.

When: 7:00PM Monday, September 10, 2012
Where: St. Luke’s Methodist Church (just inside the subdivision)
Who: All homeowners are invited
Agenda Items to include: Election of Board Members and Architectural Control Committee, Financial Report, National Night Out planning, and updates on other neighborhood issues.

For Questions, email directors@oakmeadow.cc

Bryan City Council Meeting – Tuesday May 15, 2012 at 6:00pm

The Oak Meadow Board of Directors (BOD) has recently become aware of a major construction project that will greatly affect our neighborhood.  There are plans to build a new residential subdivision with over 600-700 houses generally located north of the Oak Meadow and Autumn Lake Subdivisions and along the west side of Chick Lane between West Villa Maria Road and Leonard Road.

On Tuesday May 15, 2012 the Bryan City Council will meet to vote on the developer requested re-zoning plan with exceptions/variances to the ordinary residential subdivsion standards.

One of the BOD has been in contact with the city engineer.  The plan for the subdivision and growth has been there since Oak Meadow was built (that’s the reason Kingsgate Drive continues up to the county line; it was always going to continue into the future subdivision).  What the vote is about is not the building of the subdivision, but the fact that the builder wants a variance to build the homes closer together.  The city is not annexing the property to build, but rather the owner is asking the city to annex the property so the builder can build the subdivision.  There will be two ways in and out, one through Autumn Lakes and one through Oak Meadow.  Also, the builder has to pay for half of the improvements on Chick Lane which will then (probably but not set in stone) also tie in.  The first few phases will be built behind Autumn Lakes off of their main street.  Once there are a certain number of homes, they will then build a few off of Kingsgate (because the city requires two entrances/exits at a certain number of homes) and then continue with the phases off of Autumn Lakes.   The ones most affected in Oak Meadow will be the ones whose drive faces Kingsgate as this could mean many more vehicles traveling through our neighborhood everyday.

Here is the link the City Council Agenda item for complete information:  http://www.bryantx.gov/agenda/PH_RZ1203.pdf

Autumn Lakes BOD has been circulating a petion requesting the the City Council not allow the exceptions/variance to the ordinary residential subdivsion standards and that the developer make additional road improvements, beyond those outlined in their plan, providing more possible entrances/exits to the new subdivision and thus possibly reducing the traffic through our neighborhoods.

The only chance we have to make an impression is at the City Council Meeting on Tuesday, May 15th at 6:00 PM.  We need as many people as possible from our neighborhood to show up and let the city know our concerns.