Find your Bakers Branch Estates HOA documents, policies and board information here.
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 benefits us all.
If you need a copy of the latest neighborhood directory,
or have corrections to your listing, please contact the board at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
If you need a resale certificate for a home sale
in Bakers Branch Estates, please send your request to email@example.com.
All home projects affecting the exterior of the home and yard and areas visible from the street need to be approved by the Architectural Control Committee in order to maintain the aesthetics and building standards of the community.
If you are unsure whether or not you need to file an application for your project, please refer to the latest ACC Guidelines below or contact us at ACC@bakersbranchhoa.com for more information. Application forms are available below.
If you are unsure whether or not you need a permit for your project from the Town of Flower Mound, please refer to their website for Town Permit information.
Below are the HOA governing documents including our Bylaws, CC&R's (Covenants, Codes & Restrictions), as well as collection, payment and records policies.
BBHOA Bylaws (pdf)Download
BBHOA CC&R's (pdf)Download
CCR first amendment - garbage disposal (pdf)Download
CCR second amendment - acquisition assessment (pdf)Download
Payment Plan & Applied Pmt Policy - 2012 (pdf)Download
Collection Policy Amended - 2012 (pdf)Download
Records Retention Policy 2012 (pdf)Download
Open Records Policy 2012 (pdf)Download
HOA Policies (pdf)Download
All wood fencing visible from the street will 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 repainted when chipping, peeling or visibly rusted - noticeable from the street. Wood fences must be stained one of the following four colors, unless otherwise approved by the Architectural Control Committee (see above forms).
Approved fence stain colors:
If you would like to see other Board meeting minutes, please request those from firstname.lastname@example.org.