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The Woods HOA Announces New Board Members

Woods HOA Board Elections announcement

On Monday evening, October 8th quorum was established and the annual meeting of the Woods HOA was conducted.  As part of the business at hand, 2 board positions were up for election.  The floor entertained the nomination of 4 candidates.

The Woods HOA Executive Board announces the results of the Board Elections.  Sean Cornish was re-elected to a 3 year term.  Annamaria Houston was also elected to a 3 year term, replacing David Ede, who did not seek re-election.  

The Woods HOA is blessed to have a wealth of talented people willing to volunteer and exercise their gifts and resources in our community.  Thank you to each candidate, it is our hope that you will be willing to submit your nomination at the at the 2019 Annual Meeting where 2 more board seats will be available.

Announcing Yard of the Month Award


 In an effort to recognize neighbors who add to the beauty of our neighborhood by maintaining their lawns and gardens, the Woods HOA is implementing a Yard of the Month award! Two homes will be selected by the Yard of the Month committee each month. Winning yards will be provided with a decorative yard sign for display indicating their achievement. Homeowners will be eligible to win Yard of the Month once a quarter. 

We will be posting the winners each month on our Facebook page, via the Yahoo email group and on the HOA website. 

Call if You Can, Text if You Can’t: Text to 9-1-1 available in Round Rock


9-1-1 centers in Round Rock and the entire capital region can now receive SMS text messages.If you can’t call 9-1-1, then you can text to 9-1-1 if your phone or smart device uses one of the four major cellphone service providers —Verizon Wireless, AT&T Mobility, Sprint and T-Mobile.

Text to 9-1-1 is especially beneficial to those who are hearing- or speech-impaired, but residents should only text 9-1-1 when calling 9-1-1 is unsafe or not possible. Examples include when:

  • Callers can’t speak due to a threat, illness or medical condition
  • Callers have poor reception and can only send text messages
  • Phone lines and cellphone towers are overwhelmed, and only texts can get through

There are some important things to remember about Text to 9-1-1, said Leigh Carrico, the Round Rock Police Department’s Communications Manager.

“Residents need to remember that Text to 9-1-1 does not automatically give us a location,” Carrico said. “Also, if you don’t get a response, your text might not have gotten through. It’s important to remember to call when you can, and save texting 9-1-1 for when you can’t.

”The new service is available for Williamson County, as well as Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, and Travis counties.

Additional details on the new service area available from the Capital Area Council of Governments (CAPCOG), which unveiled the new service Oct. 4.

Posted: October 10, 2017

We are looking for Committee volunteers!


The Woods HOA needs your help!  Events and Projects within our neighborhood would not be possible without volunteers.  The HOA Executive Board simply cannot do it all.  Specifically, we are looking for volunteers to help with the following events and committees:

National Night Out (event in October)

Project Review Committee - review home improvement projects to ensure that projects are within the scope of our CCR's and city code.

Neighborhood Garage Sale (annual event)

Holiday Light and Decoration Contest (annual event)

Website and Neighborhood News Updates (ongoing support)

Calling All Volunteers!

If you are interested in serving on a committee, please let us know!

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The Woods Subdivision, Round Rock, Texas 78681, United States