Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for the Oak Meadow subdivision
Q: When is trash pickup?
A: Thursday. Most residents put their trash can on the curb Thursday morning or Wednesday night. Deed restrictions state that your trash can must not be left on the curb for more than 24 hours. If you need more details, you can call BTU’s trash pickup line at 979-209-5934.
Q: When is brush/bulk trash pickup?
A: Thursdays also. Be sure to leave plenty of room between your trash can and bulk trash so the truck can pick up both. Bulk trash and regular trash trucks use mechanical arms to pick up trash. If you need more details, you can call BTU’s trash pickup line at 979-209-5948.
Q: My pet got loose, and I can’t find it. Who should I call?
A: First, check with your neighbors. Next, call animal control at 979-822-9102 or the Brazos Animal Shelter at 979-775-5755. You might also try emailing the Oak Meadow Yahoo! group to ask if anyone has seen your pet.
Q: Who is the HOA president/officers?
A: Kathryn B is the HOA president. You can email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How much are HOA annual assessments?
A: The annual assessment for 2013 is $200 per year. Annual assessments are due in January of each year.
Q: What is the mailing address of the HOA?
A: The USPS address for the HOA is:Oak Meadow HOA 427 Dellwood Street
Bryan, Texas 77801
Q: What are the email addresses of the HOA?
A: We have three important email addresses. Although board members may come and go, these addresses do not change each year.
HOA Board of Directors
(used to contact President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and board members)
(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.”