by admin ~ January 29th, 2015
The Talavera Homeowner’s Association Board of Directors is required to assess annual dues for the upkeep, improvement, and maintenance of the common areas within Talavera.
This assessment pays for the water/electric utilities, neighborhood activities, and for the maintenance of the lawn, flowers, trees and shrubs, as well as the repairs to the sprinkler systems and brick walls in the common areas of the development.
The Board of Directors has assessed homeowner dues necessary to cover expenses for 2015 at $130.00 per home site.
Credit/Debit/Bank Card payments can be made at www.NeighborhoodsPlus.com by clicking on the red Pay Online button on the right side of the front page.
If paying by Check or Money Order please make them out to “Talavera HOA”. If your check does not include the address for which you are paying, please write that address in the memo field. Please include your phone number and email address on a separate sheet of paper.
Please remit all paper payments to:
1322 Fretz Drive
Edmond, OK 73003
All dues are to be paid in full by March 31, 2015
by admin ~ February 7th, 2014
We need committee members for the two committee’s outlined at the annual meeting. The board has decided to allot 8 spots per committee that will be awarded on a first come first serve basis. You may request to be a part of the committees by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The email MUST contain your name, address and committee of choice. Below are the duties the board has outline for each committee:
Neighborhood Cmte (8 Members)
Welcome Packets for New Owners
Hanging of Holiday Lights
Publicity (Methods TBD by cmte)
Compliance Cmte (8 Members)
Responsible for compliance checks 1-2 times a month based on a schedule and duties provided by the VP
by admin ~ November 9th, 2012
Everyone please take into consideration the children and animals in our neighborhood and SLOW DOWN! S.W. 172nd Street is a very busy street in our neighborhood and drivers are driving WAY too fast! You don’t want to be that person who hits a child. I hope you will take this into consideration. 25 mph is the speed limit through residential areas unless otherwise posted. Please watch your speed and watch for our children and animals.
by admin ~ July 1st, 2011
Please read the following brochure to become familiar with how you can report city code violations.