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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 specific in your inquiry so that we may better assist you.
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About Our Community...
Emerald Sound at Lake Lewisvile

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Emerald Sound, a deed restricted development of large single family homes, is nestled on the East bank of the main channel of Lake Lewisville in the City of Oak Point, Texas.  The development consists of irregular 1+ acre blackjack and post oak covered lots in the rolling hills of Eastern Cross Timbers of Texas.

It overlooks old Lake Dallas and the Elm fork of the Trinity River.  The sunsets behind Denton acres the Lake are breathtakingly beautiful.  Migrating waterfowl, animal life and fishing drew indigenous people to the area for over 300 years before it was opened to settlement as part of the Peters Colony, the first Texas land grant.

The residents of Emerald Sound enjoy the wildlife that still abounds and graze their horses on the grasses that still grow on the Black Prairie soil of the area.  We are dedicated to preservation and enhancement of its beautiful natural resources.

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