was the neighborhood established? How many homes exist in the neighborhood and
is it built out?
The community wasestablished in 1995 and is built out with 2363 homes/lots.
What is the best way to locate information about the HOA?
The best resource is the HOA’s website:www.wellingtonhoa.net.
The website contains information on the amenities available to residents, clubhouse
hours of operation, contact information, CC&Rs, HOA policies, electronic forms
and much more.
How much are the HOA assessments andwhat does it pay for?
Assessments are $820 a year paid
semi-annually ($410 each pay period) on March 1st and September 1st.
Assessments are used to maintain and enhance the many amenities available to
Wellington residents: clubhouse and fitness center, pools, playgrounds, courts,
hiking trails, landscaping, etc.
should I contact if I have a question about my assessment statement or have a
resale or re-fi question related to my account?
Statement questions may be directed toGuardian Association Management at 972-458-2200 or by emailing: [email protected].
Mail payments to: Information needed for online or auto-pay:
Wellington of Flower Mound Management Company ID#: 6919
c/o Guardian Association Management Association ID#: 490
P.O. Box 93784 Association Name: Wellington of Flower Mound
Las Vegas, NV 89193-3784 Management Company: Guardian Asso Mgmt
What public schools are zoned for the neighborhood?
School aged children in the
neighborhood attend Wellington or Liberty Elementary School, McKamy Middle
School and Flower Mound High School (FMHS) which are part of the Lewisville
Independent School District (LISD).
What HOA amenities are available to residents?
The community has a clubhouse which
contains a fitness center staffed by the Cooper Aerobics Center, two meeting
rooms (multi-purpose and conference room) available for rental and locker rooms
with showers. In addition the community has two junior Olympic-size pools, a
tot pool, pool cabanas, two playgrounds, five lighted tennis courts, a
basketball court, a putting green, a sand volleyball court, a 9-hole disc golf
course, and acres of common area and walking trails.
What is available at the fitness center?
The fitness center offers a wide range
of cardio and machine resistance equipment as well as an assortment of free
weights and free group exercise classes (the current month’s group exercise
schedule may be found on the HOA website). The fitness center is open from 5:00
am until 11:00 pm including Sundays and holidays. Please remember after 11:00
pm the doors to the center will no longer permit entrance into the facility and
the alarm system will auto-arm. Failure to exit the building by the 11:00 pm
closing time may trigger a false alarm call to the police which will be billed
back to the home responsible for the false alarm.
a resident how do I get an access card and the gate code to the pools and
Group orientations are held Tuesday
evenings at 6:00 pm and Saturday mornings at 11:00 am (unless otherwise noted).
New/current residents should schedule an orientation with the fitness staff by
calling 972-874-8329 or emailing [email protected].
Orientations take approximately 30 minutes and during this time you will
receive your access card, the gate code, information on the HOA, the fitness center
and a brief tour of the facility. The gate code may also be found on the HOA
website in the resident-only section.
What if I have lost my access card?
Please report the loss of your access card immediately to the fitnessstaff by calling 972-874-8329 or emailing [email protected]. New
replacement cards may be purchased from the fitness staff for $25 with a check
payable to Wellington of Flower Mound. Unfortunately failure to notify the HOA of
a lost card may leave you responsible for access into the clubhouse by an
How do I reserve a meeting room at the clubhouse?
The clubhouse contains 2 meeting rooms
that are available for rental by residents only. The multi-purpose room has a maximum
room occupancy of 100 people and comes with approximately 13 tables and 70
chairs. For smaller meetings and study groups, the conference room has a maximum
room occupancy of 18 people and contains a conference table with chairs and a white
board. To reserve one of these rooms, please check the HOA website for availability.
Policies and rental rates/fees may be found on the online reservation form.
do I reserve a tennis court?
Residents may reserve a tennis court
via the resident-only section of the HOA website. In order to accommodate all
the homes in the neighborhood, reservations are limited to 2 two-hour reservations
per week per household. Tennis court policies may be found on the HOA website.
How do I get information about the Sharks Swim Team?
The Sharks Swim Team
is an independent organization but all the members of the team reside in the
Wellington HOA neighborhood. For information and questions regarding this
organization you will need to visit their website https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=recdawstx.
What do I need to do if I plan to make an exterior repair or improvement?
Exterior repairs or improvements may
require the submission and approval of an Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
modification form prior to the project starting. Please visit the HOA website
to review document restrictions, ACC guidelines and ACC bulletins that may be relevant
to your project. After reviewing the website information, if you still have
questions please contact the onsite HOA offices for additional information via email
or phone 972-874-8483. Examples of projects (not limited to) that require an ACC
modification form are replacing your roof, repairing/replacing/staining your
fence, painting your house (even if you are painting it the same color), adding
a pool, extending a patio, adding a patio cover or arbor, installing a storage
unit, adding an addition to your home or installing new landscape beds/borders.
How do I submit an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) modification form?
Please visit the HOA website to submit
an online application form. Supporting attachments and photos may be emailed directly
to the onsite staff at [email protected].
Once your form has been received, you may be contacted if additional
information or clarification is needed. The review committee (which is composed
of unpaid neighborhood volunteers) has up to 31 days to review your request;
however, the average review time is usually much less (approximately 5-10 days).
Once the review committee has processed your request you will be sent a letter
approving or denying your request. Please note the majority of requests are
approved. The most common reason for ACC denial is insufficient information
provided about the project to process the application. Remember to include in
your submission as much detail about the project as possible.
When is trash collection?
For homes located south of Flower Mound
Road or west of Bruton Orand/Simmons Road, trash and recyclables
are collected every Wednesday. For homes located north of Flower
Mound Road and east of Bruton Orand, trash and recyclables are collected
every Friday. Bulk items are collected weekly; however, the items must be
bundled/packaged correctly for the bulk items to be picked up. Trash containers
or bulk items are not to be placed in public view prior to 8:00 am on the day
before trash pickup or failed to be removed from public view by 8:00 am on the
day following your trash collection day. For additional information on trash
collection or bulk items or to report a missed pickup, please visit the Town of
Flower Mound website www.flower-mound.com or contacttheir customer service number at 972-539-SERV (7378).
What should I do if I get a deed restriction notice from the HOA?
If you resolve the issue(s) listed in
the notice within the specified timeframe there is nothing more to be done. If
you would like to discuss the issue(s) or if you believe the notice was issued
in error you may contact the HOA staff via email [email protected] or phone 972-874-8109. Please do not ignore the
notice. Additional notices can result in charges or fines being accessed to
your account as well as the issue(s) being referred to an attorney for
What can I do about my neighbor’s loose or barking dog?
Pet and animal concerns should be addressed to the Town of
Flower Mound Animal Services Department (972-874-6390) during normal business
hours or the Town of Flower Mound Police Department’s non-emergency number
(972-539-0525) after hours.
What can I do about loud late night noise?
Noise concerns should be reported to the Town of Flower Mound PoliceDepartment’s non-emergency number (972-539-0525).
Who should I contact about a vehicle parked in the street?
Conventional vehicles may legally park in the street but the
vehicle must have current tags and be parked in accordance with
state/town parking regulations. The Town of Flower Mound does not allow parking
or storing of recreational vehicles, travel trailers, boats, boat trailers or
stock trailers on residential public thoroughfares. If you would like to report
an inoperable or non-conventional vehicle parked in the street, please contact
the Town of Flower Mound Police Department at 972-539-0525.
What can I do about neighboring trees overhanging my yard?
Whether the tree is from your neighbor’s yard or a common
area, property owners in every state have the right to cut off branches that
grow into their property. This rule is not written down or created by state
statue or local ordinance, but is a common law right that has been created by
prior court decisions. Please note that any property owner that does the
trimming is responsible for the cost of the work as well as responsible for any
damages that may result.
Who should I contact about a street light being out?
If you live
east of Bruton Orand Blvd or Simmons Road you should contact CoServ
at 940-321-7800 to report a street light out. If you live west of Bruton Orand
Blvd or Simmons Road you should contact TXU at 1-888-313-6862 to report a
street light out. The electric company will ask for a street address near the