Woodland Oaks Homeowners' Association

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Welcome to Woodland Oaks! (Schertz, Texas)

Woodland Oaks (Deed Restricted Community) started out as Horseshoe Oaks but is now known by the assumed name "Woodland Oaks Homeowners Association, Inc. It was incorporated in 1984 by the developer as a mandatory membership association.

Anyone who purchases a lot in the subdivision automatically becomes a member. There are currently 477 members in the Association and it is completely built out. There is a pool, tennis courts,  More...

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Playscape Area Clean-up Completed

Special thanks to the volunteers who came out to help clean-up our park area. They spruced up around the playgroup, pressure-cleaned the playscape and Mr. Keany then restained/sealed it--saving our... more
Started: April 13th, 10:20 AMReplies: 0

Cat Problem

I have a cat problem. It seems that there are three cats that have made my backyard their litterbox and our patio furniture their bed.  I've contacted Schertz animal control and I will start... more
Started: February 26th, 07:02 AMReplies: 0

Problems - Tennis Court Lights

Tennis Court Lights: We received reports that our lights are not working. The timer is set to keep the light switch active between 6-10pm. The problem seems to be with the electrical switch in the... more
Started: February 17th, 06:01 AMReplies: 0

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Reverse mortgage: the pros and cons
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Should you rent or sell your home?
Forrent Thinking of becoming a landlord? Ask yourself these questions first. Whether you sell your home or rent it out depends on any number of factors—from financials to your own personal comfort zone. Here...
The Great Debate: Should We Reserve for Siding?
Siding1_th The primary purpose of a Capital Reserve Funding Analysis is to offer recommendations as to the amount of monies an Association should fund on a yearly basis for the future replacement of commonly owned...
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