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When are the assessment fees due?
The assessment fees are due annually on January 1.
Where do I call after hours for an emergency?
CMA has an emergency on-call association manager to handle emergency Common Area Maintenance Issues (i.e. gates, pools, irrigation) requiring immediate response after normal hours, including weekends and holidays. Calls regarding payments, violations and other matters should be deferred until the next business day. The Emergency on-call number is 972-824-5159.
What are the CC&R'S?
The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's) are the governing legal documents that set up the guidelines for the operation of the planned community as a non-profit corporation.
How do I make my assessment payment online?
To make your payments online, please login to your homeowner account. (if you have not logged on before, please click on the "Register" button and follow the instructions to obtain a username and password). Once you have registered online, please select the Pay Assessments button.
How do I contact you if I have questions?
If you have questions or comments about this website or to one of the committees, please click on the Contact CMA link and fill out the form. Be sure to be specifc in your inquiry so that we may better assist you.
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

It is no secret that many folks have faced some difficult times over the past few years. Those of us in Old Shepard Place are not immune. What do we do if we lose a job or a spouse or have illnesses or other issues that prohibit us from being a good neighbor? Our obligations continue but our physical and/or financial capabilities temporarily prohibit us from doing those chores that need to be done. The members of the Board become aware of these situations; frequently from a response to a notice to a neighbor that their lawn needs attention or an item is in disrepair. Since the Board is a steward of your money, it is not able to offer financial assistance to those neighbors. However, as neighbors, we all can.

The recently initiated volunteer program at Huffman has illustrated the willingness of our neighbors to get involved and the resultant benefits and self-satisfaction of doing so. We are looking for neighbors with a lawnmower, weed eater, hammer, screw driver or just the will to step in on the occasions they are needed. Some of our neighboring associations have already initiated such a program with a great deal of success. It has not been a time consuming project, but has really helped those who need a temporary hand up. We know of a couple of neighbors who need the help now. If you are one of those individuals who can help, please contact any of your Board members by phone, email or track us down at the supermarket. We will get you involved and have some fun in the process. Perhaps “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” will catch on and spread.


Due to prolonged drought conditions and significantly low lake levels, the City of Plano is following the recommendation of the North Texas Municipal Water District and extending once every other week watering with sprinklers through October 31. Even addresses and homeowners' associations (HOA) may water on designated Thursdays and Odd addresses on designated Tuesdays. A copy of the Stage 3 watering calendar is available at plano.gov/water. Requests for variances to water landscaping, including sod, for more than the designated once every other week will not be granted under Stage 3 restrictions.

We understand these restrictions are challenging for residents and HOAs due to the impact they will have on turf grasses. The City is asking that HOAs not require residents to replace turf grasses this summer due to the limited watering schedule and likelihood newly planted turf grasses will not survive the anticipated hot, dry summer.

Gary Cocke, the City's Water Education Coordinator, is available to answer questions about these water restrictions. Additionally, if your HOA would like to host a workshop, include water conservation information in your newsletter or on your website, or learn more about water conservation programs offered by the city, please contact Gary by phone at (972) 769-4216 or by email at garyc@plano.gov


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