The HOA Board and PAMCO Management Company have the ability to issue warning letters, impose fines, work with an attorney to place liens on properties, and to foreclose on properties as a last resort.
These processes take time to research, vote on, and bring to resolution. If you have an immediate safety concern, you must contact the appropriate City of Pflugerville department to get a quick resolution. Several helpful departments include Police, Fire, and Code Enforcement. If you are not sure which department can help you, contact the Citizens Communication Line at 512-251-4004.
Q: Do I live in Springbrook?
We are frequently contacted by homeowners who actually live in our neighboring subdivisions Springbrook Glen and Springbrook Centre. We understand the similar names can get confusing. Our subdivision is near the crosstreets of Heatherwilde and Pflugerville Loop. If you have any doubt which subdivision you belong to, you may contact us or look for a phone number on your Dues Letter. Click here to see a guide to which streets belong in which subdivision:
Are You My HOA?
Q: Whatever happened to the zoning issue at the corner of Heatherwilde and Pflugerville Loop?
The City of Pflugerville has recently revised their current zoning schedule and that particular property has now been re-zoned as Retail. The intersections at Pflugerville Pkwy and Heatherwilde, both of which are considered major arterials in the city, support Retail zoning which the board supports. Retail zoning is far more restrictive that the originally proposed General Business zoning. The board will continue to monitor the development as it progresses.
Q: What happened to the Springbrook sign at Pflugerville Pkwy and Heatherwilde?
After some rather extensive investigation, the documentation we have shows that the sign on the church property is not ours! The former owners of the property did not make provisions to exclude the signs as "an easement" and as such - all improvements to the property went to the new owner. The Board of Directors (BOD) has no authority over property THAT IS NOT part of the association. After several conversations with Pastor Story, the church felt that they would like to use it, so we "gave" it back to them. The sign on the other side of Heatherwilde is still our sign, however we will most likely lose it once the property is developed. We are investigating cost and feasibility to build new signs at alternative entrances to our subdivision.